Chris Stigall has been talking with his morning audience in Philadelphia for years. He's covered everything from corrupt politicians and political conventions to a super bowl parade and sugary beverages taxes. Weaving captivating interviews of news makers, politicians and entertainers with his own brand of honesty and irreverence, you'll hear why we call him Philadelphia's Morning Answer.
Stigall’s show is equal parts hilarity and at times desk-pounding severity with healthy doses of skepticism, sarcasm, and faith for good measure. His interviews with everyone from athletes and actors, to comedians and politicians regularly grab national headlines and he is consistently ranked by industry trade publications as a top radio morning host in the country, annually since 2009. In addition to his work on radio and in podcasts, you may see him as an occasional guest on Fox News, NewsMax, CNN, MSNBC, and Salem Media Group media outlets Salem News Channel and Townhall.com
About Chris Stigall
Stigall has been talking with Philadelphia for years, waking radio audiences each morning with razor-sharp wit, a pull-no-punches opinion, and captivating guest interviews. He’s covered everything from political conventions to the Super Bowl parade and sugary beverage taxes. From train derailments and protests to the Mummers to law enforcement heroes, Stigall has talked with Philadelphia about it all.
Stigall’s radio career has spanned nearly twenty years as a producer, writer, news anchor, and DJ prior to making the shift to talk radio. Since 2009, Talkers Magazine lists him as one of the "100 Most Important Radio Hosts in America.” Chris also worked as a former intern on the Late Show with David Letterman and as a congressional staffer in the U.S. House of Representatives. He has served as a member of the Philadelphia chapter of the USO and his local Methodist Church.