Treadmill To Oblivion
Lee began his career in broadcasting in New Jersey on WRSU radio in New Brunswick. He graduated from Jacksonville University and Rutgers University. While at Rutgers, Lee was President of The Complaint Club and wrote his college thesis on the power of negative thinking. After entertaining hundreds of listeners on WRSU, Lee's next stop was The American Sports Radio Network where he co-hosted a show with Marty Rodick. Mr. Rodick is still recovering from the experience and his whereabouts are unknown. Lee joined KFI's sister station KXTA in 1997 where he has hosted his own show. Lee has also had an active role during the past four years in KXTA's Clipper and Dodger broadcasts. Lee also has hosted Laker Talk on KLAC. In 2001, Lee joined KFI AM 640 as a weekend and substitute host. Since early 2004 Lee has rejoined XTRA Sports nightly along with working Clipper halftime and post game Clipper wrapup. Lee is now in the process of writing a book about his broadcast career...the working title is "Treadmill To Oblivion."