A native New Yorker known for his versatility in sports broadcasting and journalism, Spadora has over twenty years of experience in covering a wide range of professional and amateur sports.
Currently, Spadora is featured weekly on ESPN Radio WNER-AM 1410 Watertown, NY; WYBG-AM 1050 Massena, NY; WKXQ - FM 92.5 Quincy, IL; WZNE - FM 94.1 Rochester, NY; BostonSportsRadio Boston, MA; Fox Sports Radio “The Game” AM-1280; AM-1340; AM-1400; AM-1590 NorthEast PA; ESPN Radio WTSA-AM 1450 “The Ticket”Brattleboro,VT as the host of SPADORA ON SPORTS.
This 2 hour sports radio program features exclusive analysts of the College Football and Basketball, NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL that is built around athlete and celebrity interviews. SPADORA ON SPORTS is currently broadcasted in several markets in NY, PA, VT, IL and Canada.
SPADORA ON SPORTS boasts a legendary vault of one on one interviews featuring Pete Spadora’s unmatched interview style, and personal relationships with legends from every sport. Highlights from SPADORA ON SPORTS include:
- National Baseball Hall of Fame Legends Whitey Ford, Goose Gossage, Gary Carter, Tom Seaver, Sparky Anderson;
- National Football Hall of Fame Legends Joe Montana, Art Monk, Marv Levy and Joe DeLamielleure;
- Boxing Hall of Fame Trainer Angelo Dundee and Heavyweight Champion Buster Douglas;
- NY Yankees Johnny Blanchard, Tommy John, Jim Coates, Oscar Gamble, Rudy May, Bucky Dent, Larry Bowa and Don Zimmer; Roberto Alomar; Tom Seaver; Yogi Berra
- Boston Red Sox players Bill “Spaceman” Lee, Johnny Damon, and Bernie Carbo;
- Former Boxing Champions Roy Jones, Jr.,Bert Sugar; Al Bernstein, Riddick Bowe and Hector “Macho” Commacho;
- Sopranos & Goodfellas actor Frank Vincent;
- Saturday Night Live comedian and actor Joe Piscopo;
- Professional body builder and actor Lou Ferrigno;
- Field of Dreams actor James Earl Jones;
- A League of Their Own actresses Penny Marshall and Lori Petty;
- NASCAR drivers Todd Bodine and Rusty Wallace
- A&E Pawn Stars Rick Harrison
- A&E Storage Wars Dan Dotson
- Rapper Coolio
Spadora has provided in-depth sports commentaries and interviews, while covering various sports venues including:
- National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies
- International Boxing Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies
- National Football Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies;
- Buffalo Bills (NFL)
- Buffalo Sabres (NHL)
- Syracuse University Athletics (NCAA)
- 2000 Goodwill Winter Games
He has also provided play-by-play radio broadcast coverage of Empire Football League – Watertown Red & Black; and scholar athlete high school sports including football, basketball, wrestling and baseball during regular season, playoff and championship competitions.
One of the most recognized sports radio voices in the State of New York, Spadora has previously been affiliated with the following broadcast and print media groups: Adirondack Mountain Sun newspaper; CNY Latino newspaper; WATN-AM 1240 Watertown; WLLG-FM 99.3 Lowville; WTOJ-FM 103 Watertown; WBRV-AM 900 & FM 101.3 Boonville; WHEN–AM 620 Syracuse; ESPN Radio WNNS-AM 1260 Syracuse; Clear Channel - Sports Stars Radio Network WLFH-AM 1230 Little Falls, WRNY-AM 1350 Rome, WADR-AM 1480 Remsen, WUTQ-AM 1550 Utica; WTVH TV-5 Syracuse; WBQZ TV-34 Watertown; and WPBS TV-8 Watertown.