Seth Dunlap

Tuesday- Wednesday-Thursday 8-10PM

Seth Dunlap is an honorary New Orleanian. (And, everybody from NOLA knows...we don’t crown just ANYbody!) This tall, handsome drink of water grew up in rural eastern Washington State and graduated from Washington State University. Now, they don’t have parades, concerts & festivals every other weekend like we do in the Crescent City, so while growing up Seth spent countless nights listening to scratchy AM radio broadcasts of his beloved Seattle Mariners by hall of fame broadcaster Dave Niehaus. Those games ignited a passion for sports broadcasting that lead this 6 foot 7 former baseball & basketball player to pursue a career in the industry.

Seth became the play-by-play voice of the Idaho Vandals. He also hosted many sports talk programs, and even helped run a startup sports broadcasting company in Washington State. But, his whole world changed in 2011, when Seth made the bold move to New Orleans to become a part of team WWL. Since then those legendary call letters and New Orleans have stolen his heart.

Seth is in love with the Crescent City and is a passionate member of Who Dat Nation. (During home games you’ll even find him in the broadcast booth with Jim & Deuce!) Seth loves hoops of any kind especially college (Go Zags!)...follows LSU baseball with radio partner Kristian...and his best friend T-Bob lit the fuse for Tiger football. He’s the host & producer of the best high school football show in America - the WWL All State Sugar Bowl Prep Football Roundup! Oh yea, Sir Seth Dunlap also thinks soccer will soon be one of the "Big Four" sports in the country. 

Despite that - we partnered him with Kristian Garic weeknights to co-host Double Coverage from 8 to 11pm. 3 hours of non-stop sports talk info-tainment, fun & amped up engagement!

Come hang out with us!

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