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Dave Johnson (sportscaster)

For the horse racing announcer of the same name, see Dave Johnson (announcer).

Dave Johnson is an American radio personality.[1] He is the current sports director and morning sports anchor for 103.5 WTOP-FM in Washington, D.C.[2]


He first arrived at WTOP in 1989; left in 1992, but returned in 1995.

In addition to WTOP, Johnson is the radio play-by-play voice of the NBA's Washington Wizards and host of the team's weekly television show. He also serves as the English-language radio and television play-by-play voice of Major League Soccer's D.C. United on Comcast SportsNet and ESPN 980. Johnson also occasionally anchors CSN's news shows SportsNite and SportsDay.

Johnson received an Emmy as host of the NHL's Washington Capitals Face Off television show and additionally served for three years as the sideline reporter for the Capitals' television coverage on Home Team Sports.

Johnson has also done television play-by-play of college football, NBA basketball, college basketball and lacrosse.


External links

  • Official WTOP-FM Biography

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