Bob Robbins is an icon of Little Rock radio. Having been on KSSN 96 since it's arrival in Little Rock, Bob has been a part of the community and a part of radio for many years.
5:00-10:00 AM Monday through Friday on KSSN 96, more live appearances on-location than we can even count, Toy Hill each December and wherever there's a need in the community.
Jennifer is originally from Morrilton, Arkansas. Graduated from there in 1992 and then from UCA in Conway in 1997. She is married to Micah Hines. They have two sweet little girls, Madison (7) and Willow (2 in September). Their home is rounded out by two dogs, Ferb and Charlotte. E-mail Jennifer at email@example.com or find her on KSSN 96 Monday-Friday mornings 5-10 am with Bob Robbins and on Saturdays from 6A-noon.
Pat Summerall, who called NFL games on TV for 40 years, many of them teaming with analyst John Madden, died today at his suburban Dallas home. He was 82.
A defensive end and kicker for the Chicago Cardinals and New York Giants of the 1950s and early '60s, Summerall moved to CBS in 1961. But unlike many who simply swap a uniform for a blazer, Summerall immersed himself in all facets of the field. He was a radio news reporter, did sports updates and hosted a morning DJ show -- and won respect as an analyst alongside such fabled voices as Ray Scott, Jack Buck and Chris Schenkel. By the 1970s, he'd moved to play-by-play -- and by the early 1980s, teamed with Madden, he was recognized as the best in his craft.
Summerall worked a record 16 Super Bowls in a 40-year career that moved to FOX when it became the NFC rights-holder. He retired in 2002 and published his memoir, titled On and Off the Air, four years later.