The CGP: Coming to 940 ESPN Radio in Fresno

The Christopher Gabriel Program (“The CGP” for longtime listeners) has landed. I have accepted an offer to be the afternoon drive host on 940 ESPN here in Fresno. At the time of this writing, we’ve not yet decided if the CGP will be 3-6 pm or 4-7 pm, both times Pacific.

We’re a 50,000-watt monster signal and the flagship station for Fresno State Bulldogs athletics. We also carry the Giants, A’s, 49ers, Raiders, Sharks and Lakers. So why my move to sports talk after so many years in news talk? If you know me, you know it’s something I’ve wanted to do for years; this has been a long time coming.

Certainly, though, I’ll bring along CGP standards like The Other Side of the News, One More Thing, CFB Friday and most likely a new segment or two.

My sincere thanks to so many of you – in particular the great folks in Fargo, Moorhead, Minneapolis and the entire Upper Midwest – who have been incredibly supportive of me and the program during my “vacation.” Time to jump back into the driver’s seat and have fun!

You can stream The CGP online right here: 940 ESPN Fresno

Also, you can find the program on your smartphone using the TuneIn app.


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About the Author: Christopher serves up sports on 940 ESPN in Fresno with a good deal of pop culture, films, music and the quirky side of life mixed in. Distinguished guests and contributors from across the nation and around the world regularly join the program. He tackles the most complex stories to ones slightly off the radar delivering depth and humor with a thoughtful perspective. When he was in Fargo, the city not the movie, the program was nominated for Best Radio Show in the region in 2012, 2013 and 2014 by readers of The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. As a writer, Christopher's work has been been published by the Chicago Sun-Times, Sun-Times Network publications, Reuters, USA Volleyball and Team USA, the Official Website of the U.S. Olympic Committee.

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  1. Darren Redmond says:

    This is simply outstanding news!


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