Zazza joined Lite FM in 2009 as midday host. Prior to that, he spent 11 years at Clear Channel Dallas’ KDMX-FM, most recently as morning show host and producer. Fisk joined CBS Radio Dallas-Fort Worth in 2006, where she currently fills various roles, including morning traffic reporter and film critic for NewsRadio 1080 KRLD as well entertainment reporter for 100.3 Jack FM.
A native of San Diego, Zazza came to Texas on a baseball scholarship at Hill College in Hillsboro and later at Tarleton State University. While in college, he was a local correspondent for MTV.com and also worked at Stephenville’s KCUB-FM. He has received industry honors from Radio and Records, the Radio Music Awards, and the American Women in Radio and Television (now known as American Women in Media).
Fisk’s radio career began in Atlanta and later took her to South Carolina and New Mexico before she moved to Dallas in 1998 to become the nighttime host at KDGE-FM. The next year, she began co-hosting the station’s morning drive program.
“Tony brings energy and purpose to KVIL mornings,” said Ron Harrell, Director of Music Programming for CBS Radio Dallas-Fort Worth. “He has market equity and his connections to local celebrities will infuse this show with a new swagger. We needed a female co-host to exude strength and have a voice, and I found her in our building. Julie Fisk is smart, experienced and has a proven chemistry with Tony. This show will be strong.”