Mike Meltser

MIKE MELTSERmeltser on headset Mike Meltser

What I do for 610: Co-host Morning show with Seth Payne. Previously hosted 10-11am hour and worked as the update anchor for Vandermeer and Lopez. I initially came here as the afternoon update anchor.

Age, birthday: March 14

Hometown: Ridgefield, CT

College: Syracuse University

How long at SportsRadio 610: Since July, 2010

How long in radio business:  Professionally since Ma,y 2008

Coolest person at SR610: John Lopez

What I love about Houston:  Weather, lack of commuting (for me, anyway), very easy place to live overall

Favorite four-letter word: FAIR

Favorite players to interview: Andre Johnson, Shane Battier, Chris Myers

Teams followed: New York Jets, Syracuse University football/basketball, Michigan football/men’s basketball, USA National soccer team

Signature phrases or lines: Fair, solid, what a mess, I’m a debacle, what a disgrace, bad job

My favorite sports experiences:

  • Having the opportunity to be on Radio Row last year at the Super Bowl
  • Attending the 2005 Ohio State-Michigan game in Ann Arbor
  • Attending Game 6 of the 2000 ALCS at Yankee Stadium
  • Seeing the Big 3 of Miami last year at Toyota Center
  • Attending a couple of different Big East Tournaments at Madison Square Garden (2008, 2009, 2010)
  • Calling one of the biggest upsets (by point spread) in the history of CFB (Syracuse at Louisville 2007)
  • Doing a post-game call-in show in Madison Square Garden

Sports played, where, when, etc.: I swam for a couple of years on my high school team. There’s nothing like the feeling of being up on the blocks, ready for that horn to sound.

My family: Immediate family is my parents and sister, who attends a small liberal arts college in upstate New York (we clearly pick our colleges based on cold weather, haha)

More: I’ve had the chance to cover a couple of different sports markets. At Syracuse, you have a mix of NY-Boston-Philly, with a heavy focus on college sports, especially hoops. Doing radio work in Hartford, it was pretty concentrated on the NFL and college basketball. Being in Houston for 1.5 years, I’d say this is a very pro-sports, NFL-focused type of city.

Before CBS Radio, I had the chance to get experience working on the air at both ESPN Radio and Sirius-XM. It was a great chance to be on the campus at Bristol and to see how things get done on a national radio level. At XM, I enjoyed contributing to the NFL Radio channel. From a programming standpoint, it’s fascinating to me how you do a year-round sports talk format that’s exclusively focused on just one sport.


MaD Radio with Mad Takes 5-11-2016

Mike is a merciful god and has decided to give a stay of execution on a fold the franchise for the Washington Capitals after they were eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Also, Tom Brady’s cookbook sold out.

SportsRadio 610–05/11/2016


MaD Radio on Optimism About The Texans’ Offense 5-10-16

Mike and Seth Talk about the Texans’ offense. Do they have the best 1-2-3-4 punch in the league at the skill positions with Lamar Miller, DeAndre Hopkins, Will Fuller and Braxton Miller? Is that too optimistic? They react to that opinion which was offered by Matt Hammond last night.

SportsRadio 610–05/10/2016


Mad Radio with the MeltsDown 5-10-2016

Mike and Seth Talk about Steph Curry becoming the first unanimous selection for NBA MVP. Rockets TV announcer Bill Worrell voted for James Harden third place, and somehow didn’t put Kawhi Leonard on his ballot at all. They discuss.

SportsRadio 610–05/10/2016

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - JANUARY 03:  Braxton Miller #5 of the Ohio State Buckeyes scores a touchdown late in the second quarter against the Clemson Tigers during the Discover Orange Bowl at Sun Life Stadium on January 3, 2014 in Miami Gardens, Florida.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Mike Meltser’s Random Takes On The Texans Draft

Mike Meltser gives his thoughts on the Texans and their performance in the 2016 NFL Draft

SportsRadio 610–05/02/2016

2006 NFL Draft

Mike Meltser Fields Texans Draft Questions

Mike Meltser fields and answers questions on Twitter about the Houston Texans and the NFL Draft

SportsRadio 610–04/11/2016

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Mad Radio with J.J. Watt 04-01-2016

Mike and Seth talk to Texans superstar J.J. Watt about many topics including his dating life as a celebrity, about wanting to be a high school football coach when he’s done playing, the news articles about his injuries, his charity softball event, on whether or not he hates Zach Mettenberger, and much more!

SportsRadio 610–04/01/2016


Mad Radio Mad Takes 04-01-2016

Mike and Seth Talk about Jerry Jones saying crazy things, Fred Hoiberg complimenting Craig Sager, and dumb Patriots’ fans boycotting the NFL Draft.

SportsRadio 610–04/01/2016


Mad Radio with ESPN’s Adam Caplan 2-5-16

Mike and Seth Talk to ESPN’s Adam Caplan about the Texans possibly trading up to get a quarterback, whether or not signing Colin Kaepernick would be a good idea, and other offseason topics.

SportsRadio 610–02/05/2016


Mad Radio with Hines Ward On Radio Row 2-5-16

Mike and Seth Talk to two-time Super Bowl champ Hines Ward about Texans receiver DeAndre Hopkins, his gigantic Super Bowl ring, blocking as a wide receiver, and more!

SportsRadio 610–02/05/2016


Mad Radio with MMA Legend Chuck Liddell 2-5-2016

Mike and Seth Talk to UFC Hall of Famer Chuck Liddell about Ronda Rousey, the mindset of fighting, the end of his career and more.

SportsRadio 610–02/05/2016



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