Chad Dukes Biography
Chad Dukes is a well-known American host and former radio personality. He is currently the host of the Chad Dukes Show, which he joined on January 1, 2021. On WJFK 106.7, he was the afternoon drive host of Chad Dukes vs. the World. The Supporter. In addition, he was a co-host on the Big O and Dukes Show, as well as several other podcasts.
Chad Dukes Age
Chad Dukes was born in Alexandria, Virginia, United States of America on December 7, 1978. He is 44 years old.
Chad Dukes Height
Chad stands at the height of 6 ft 0 in/1.83m tall.
Chad Dukes Family
Chad was born in Alexandria, Virginia, to steadfast father Thomas W Sisson and steadfast mother Joann J Sisson. They were both Virginia natives who worked as teachers. Nevertheless, Thomas and Joann divorced, and she abandoned the family. His father and grandparents then brought him up. In addition, he has a brother named Casey Sisson.
Chad Duke Wife
Chad is happily married to Daisy Dukes, a beautiful woman. Unfortunately, he has not divulged any other information about his enticing bride. Furthermore, on July 21, 2012, they exchanged wedding vows in Fairfax, Virginia.
Chad Dukes Children
Chad is proud of his child. However, he has not revealed any details about his child.
Chad Dukes Education
Chad went to Lake Braddock High School. Later on, he enrolled at George Mason University, where he started working as a college radio DJ for WGMU.
Chad Dukes Salary
Chad pockets an annual salary of $89,451.
Chad Duke Net Worth
Chad’s approximate net worth is $2 million.
Chad Dukes Career
Chad’s radio career began at 98.7 WMZQ. He worked in the promotions department there. He then moved to WHFS in Washington, D.C. (99.1). He worked there as an intern for The Sports Junkies. While remaining there, he met Oscar “The Big O” Santana, another intern. They collaborated to develop the Big O and Dukes Show. It aired at night, following Loveline. Its initial run ended on January 12, 2005, when CBS Radio switched the WHFS programming to Spanish. The channel’s name was changed to WLZL. Chad moved to WJFK/WHFS in Baltimore, Maryland, in 2005. (105.7).
From 11 a.m. until 3 p.m., the Out to Lunch Show was replaced by the Big O and Dukes Show. Furthermore, Big O & Dukes expanded on a popular segment by introducing Ed Norris, the previous Baltimore police commissioner. CBS Radio dropped him an Oscar shortly after Norris arrived. As a result, the show was renamed the Ed Norris Show. Chad subsequently went on to co-host an afternoon drive chat and sports show on ESPN Radio at 1300 AM.
Ben, who had served as editor-in-chief since the website’s inception, retired from that position in June 2020 and assumed the title of editor emeritus. The Big O and Dukes Show’s stint in Arizona ended on June 21, 2007, when the station moved to a hip-hop format. KZON was later renamed 101.5 JAMZ. After a brief sabbatical, he returned to the airwaves in Washington, D.C. Their show debuted on WJFK-FM in the evening on July 16, 2007. The Big O and Dukes Show were shifted to mid-days beginning at 10 a.m., following The Junkies.
On July 20, 2009, the station transitioned from hot talk radio to sports talk radio. WJFK-FM was later renamed 106.7 The Fan DC. On July 16, 2010, he and Oscar reunited for a weekly podcast modeled like their terrestrial radio show. On October 30, 2020, WJFK 106.7 reported that Chad had left the radio station due to reportedly racist statements made on his podcast.