Lunchtime with Roggin and Rodney

ON AIR: Weekdays, 12 p.m. - 2 p.m.

Fred Roggin got his start in 1976 at KIKO Radio in Globe, Arizona, and after joining NBC4 Southern California in 1980 quickly become one of L.A.'s most recognizable sports media figures. Roggin has earned a total of 30 local Emmy Awards, 22 Golden Mike Awards, three prestigious Associated Press Awards and numerous Press Club Awards throughout his decorated career.

Rodney Peete has been a household name in the Los Angeles sports scene dating back to his college days at USC, where he was an All-American quarterback and standout on the baseball diamond. Peete was drafted by the Detroit Lions in 1989 and would play 16 years in the NFL before transitioning into broadcasting. Prior to arriving at AM 570 LA Sports, he served as a co-host on The Best Damn Sports Show Period. Peete and his family can also be found on OWN's For Peete's Sake.