Jim Dunaway is a 20 year television veteran and also the co-host of The Roundtable on JOX FM 94.5 from 10am-2pm.
A graduate of The University of Montevallo, Jim started his broadcasting career here at CBS 42 back in 1988. He also worked at the NBC affiliate in Lexington, Kentucky before returning here to his hometown.
Jim has covered sporting events all over the country. Some of his favorite moments: 13 Daytona 500's; The World Series; The 1993, 2005 Sugar Bowls; The 2000 Orange Bowl; NCAA Tournaments with Auburn, UAB and Alabama; Braves win the NLCS with Sid Bream safe at the plate; SEC Football Championships; The 1996 Olympics.
Jim and his wife Maggie have two kids (daughter Harper, son Carter). They are members at Asbury United Methodist Church.
Favorite Athletes: Cat Reddick Whitehill (USA Soccer); Tony Stewart (NASCAR); Charles Barkley (NBA); Johnny Musso (Alabama RB); Steadman Shealy (Alabama QB)
Favorite Teams: Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Tampa Bay Rays
Favorite Hobbies: Playing with his kids; Dinner/Trips with friends; movies; concerts; watching SEC football
Favorite Foods: Steak and any seafood
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