The Midday 180
104-5 The Zone’s newest addition to the on-air lineup brings Titans Radio’s Jonathan Hutton, long-time afternoon producer Chad Withrow and ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky together to speed up your afternoon at work.
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Jonathan Hutton – Midday 180
An 8-year veteran of Tennessee Titans coverage in the mid-south, middle Tennessee native Jonathan Hutton officially joined 104.5 The Zone as co-host of “The Midday 180” in January of 2012. Hutton previously worked for seven seasons as Network Producer for Titans Radio, joining Mike Keith, Frank Wycheck and Larry Stone in the summer of 2005 as a participant in the network’s Internship program. He quickly showed an ability to go beyond the obvious stories and a knack for interviewing. Hutton helped shape the themes heard in the award-winning pregame show “Titans Countdown” each week, as well as the stories covered at TitansRadio.Com.
Chad Withrow – Midday 180
Chad Withrow has spent the last 7 years with 104-5 The Zone, and is part of The Midday 180. Born and raised in Mt. Juliet, TN, Chad knew he wanted to work in sports at a very young age. Chad is known for his common sense approach to sports talk and his in depth knowledge of University of Tennessee and SEC sports as well as being one of the state’s top High School football voices.
Paul Kuharsky – Midday 180
Paul Kuharsky’s an award-winning writer who’s covered the NFL for over 15 years in California, Texas, and Tennessee. After earning two degrees from Columbia University, he covered the 1995 Raiders for the Oakland Tribune. He then joined The Tennessean to chronicle the final season of the Houston Oilers and the franchise’s relocation to Nashville. Kuharsky covered the Oilers/Titans and the league for the paper for a dozen years before joining ESPN.com in 2008 to blog about the AFC South. He was a regular contributor to The Wake Up Zone since shortly after the show’s inception. The New Jersey native lives in the West Meade area of Nashville with his wife and son.