Steve Davis has been a local and national television and radio broadcaster for 27 years. Recently he hosted the top-rated Norris and Davis Show, which skyrocketed to #1 with Men and Adults 25-54, on 105.7 the Fan in Baltimore.
Prior to that, he was at WBAL Channel 11 and WBAL radio from 2004-2010. He started in Baltimore in 1994 at Fox 45. Steve has also covered national sports for FOX Sports Net and Sirius/XM Radio. Steve began his television career in 1989 at the ABC affiliate in Oak Hill, WV, followed by stints at the CBS affiliates in San Antonio, TX and Portland, OR.
Over his career, Steve has won dozens of local and national awards, including the National Story of the Year, an Edward R. Murrow Award, and two National Headliners Club Awards, along with 7 Emmy nominations.
He has interviewed some of the biggest names on the planet, including Michael Jordan, Michael Phelps, Lebron James, Serena Williams, Tiger Woods, Wayne Gretzky, Hank Aaron, the world’s richest man Bill Gates, and received acclaim for becoming the first reporter to interview President Clinton during the Lewinsky scandal.
“Steve is an incredible storyteller. He uses video and audio, combines them with his uncanny writing skills and creates something special. Beyond that, he outworks everyone, and I mean everyone.”
Steven Weinstein, General Manager, WEWS-TV
Montage of Television Clips
Gallaudet’s Hearing Impaired Football Team
Michael McCrary’s Supreme Court Case
Courage House for Abused Kids
Coach Battles Inoperable Cancer
Downtown Sailing Club
“Steve Davis is an exceptional person and employee. In fact, I consider Steve to be one of the best hires I made in my 30+ years at the station. I have listened to many sports talk shows across the county, both local and network. Most seem the same, very predictable and ordinary. That’s not true of Steve Davis. He is compelling, entertaining, unpredictable, very smart, exceptionally motivated and always commanded top tier ratings He develops a special connection with his audience, brings those same skills in forging relationships with sponsors, and always made time for many charitable events.”
Jeffrey Beauchamp, V-P/Station Manager, Hearst Corp.’s WBAL Radio
Funny lines and moments from various shows
(1) Steve gets Chris Davis to open up about tobacco addiction, (2) tells Harold Reynolds why Rod Carew isn’t his favorite person, and (3) tracks down Bruce Jenner’s ’76 Olympic roommate, who shared why they don’t speak anymore.
Steve’s rants and monologues:
(1) how he left the MMQB gang speechless, (2) what he would do if wrongly accused, and (3) he’s fed up with Instant Replay.
What the listeners believe makes Norris & Davis so unique.
Steve interacting and laughing with callers and guests, and daring to ask tough questions.
One of Steve’s always fun “I’d rather (blank) than watch the Pro Bowl” segments.
Steve cites an obscure landmark Supreme Court decision to make a point to a caller.
Steve creatively uses audio to show he’s not buying what one agent is selling.
Edward R. Murrow award-winning story “An American Hero-From the Football Field to the Battlefield”.
Exclusive Interview with the President
Emcee of Buck Showalter’s Event
“To use a sports analogy, Steve Davis is a complete player. Well-prepared and thorough. Provocative and entertaining. Informative and enlightening. Witty and humorous. He’s versatile, too, able to adapt to the situation. He’s so consistent, always bringing his A game.”
Jarrett Bell, USA Today & ESPN