Dan Schlossberg entertains audiences on a wide variety of subjects, from favorite stories – all with a touch of humor and irreverence that make him an unforgettable guest. Because of his broadcast background, he knows how to keep his message short but sweet, using his trained radio voice to keep audiences alert and responsive.
Dan Schlossberg got his start in college, broadcasting baseball games with Len Berman on Syracuse University’s WAER-FM radio, the station that launched the careers of Bob Costas and Marv Albert.
Dan went on to cover spring training camps for Baseball Hotline (national audio service) and winter meetings for UPI Audio and Sports Phone, and has made live guest appearances on ESPN radio, KMOX, KRXY, KTLA, WABC, WCAU, WCKY, WFAN, WGN, WJR, WMAL, WMCA, WOND, WOR, MLB.TV, MLB Network Radio (Sirius XM Satellite Radio Ch. 89), News 12 New Jersey, Time Warner Cable Ch. 10, and many more.
Other broadcast experience includes:
**Creator-writer, Baseball Minute (animated) and Diamond Dust videos
**Script writer, Olympic Games pilot, ABC Video Enterprises
**Script writer, HBO’s Race for the Pennant , host: Len Berman
**News anchor, KRSN radio, Fort Carson, CO, US Army Reserve, 340th Public Information Detachment, Ft. Totten, NY
**AP Broadcast Editor for New Jersey, writing hourly newscasts
Former creator, producer and co-host of Braves Banter Radio that aired weekly on Blog Talk Radio / NDB Media for seven seasons (2010-2017). The show covered Major League Baseball and the Atlanta Braves.
Dan Schlossberg was managing editor and co-host of BallTalk a pilot for a syndicated weekly radio baseball show with co-hosts Jay Johnstone and Bob Ibach. The program put listeners inside the clubhouses and front offices, up close and personal with the movers and shakers of the baseball world. The hosts not only covered the three major markets of New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, but also covered the baseball spectrum which appealed to the widest possible spectrum of baseball fans while blending the viewpoints of a player with 20+ years of experience, a historian, and a former front-office figure who has seen the machinations of the game from the inside.
Dan did baseball segments sponsored by InkStop, a Cleveland-based office products chain, for four top stations in major-league cities: KOA Denver, KTRS St. Louis, KRLD Dallas, and WKNR, the ESPN affiliate in Cleveland.