After 25 years on WFAN, Joe Benigno was almost done with broadcasting until his daughter convinced him to try podcasting.
"Benigno was also asked if he had any radio rants that stood out to him. A Jets loss in the 1997 season finale to the Detroit...
Benigno retired in 2020 after 26 years with the station, though it was said that he would be in touch with the station and appear “in...
As the game went to break, Catalon said “as one Jets fan would say, ‘Oh, the pain!’".
Craig Carton will be out a few shows next week with Joe Benigno reuniting with former co-host Evan Roberts for two days as a fill-in.
Gregg Giannotti discussed on WFAN a time when he awoke at 5 a.m. to see Joe Benigno waking him up in tighty-whities.
"According to Recco, Benigno’s house burnt down in the early ‘90s and a lot of people at the station pitched in to help the radio host."
"ESPN Radio shows move to ESPN+, Joe Benigno retires, and trolls take aim at sports media figures."
"Benigno first came on the radar at WFAN in 1995, when he won the Fan Appreciation Day contest."
"The move clears a spot in WFAN’s lineup for Craig Carton, who will likely partner with Evan Roberts in afternoon drive."