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CHRIS MYERS, NASCAR on FOX PRERACE HOST
FOX Sports' only four-sport star, Myers also contributes to the network's NFL, BCS and MLB coverage, serving as reporter and occasional play-by-play announcer during regular and postseason contests. One of the busiest broadcasters in sports, Myers contributes to the national programming offered by FOX Sports' cable brother FSN, serving as host of his own interview show CMI: CHRIS MYERS INTEVIEW. Myers also hosts a weekday radio program entitled THE DRIVE on Fox Sports Radio. Prior to joining the FOX family in 1998 as an anchor for Fox Sports News on FSN, Myers worked for ESPN. During his 11 years at that network, he was host of Up Close, as well as a reporter and anchor for SportsCenter. He was awarded an Emmy in the Sports Features category in 1990 as an anchor/reporter. The veteran reporter was previously a sports anchor and feature reporter with WWL-TV in New Orleans from 1982 to 1988. Prior to WWL-TV, Myers was a sportscaster with WTVJ-TV from 1980 to 1982 and WCIX-TV in Miami from 1978 to 1980. Myers attended Florida International University and Miami Dade Community College where he majored in radio and television. He started his own talk radio show at the age of 16 at WKAT-Radio in Miami, interviewing sports legends such as Muhammad Ali and Don Shula during his teenage years.