Fred Roggin

Fred Roggin is a retired American sports anchor known best for his career at KNBC-TV in Los Angeles, California, and afternoon show co-host at KLAC. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Roggin was also a sports talk radio host at KMPC in Los Angeles and previously hosted a morning sports show on KLAC with Los Angeles Times sports columnist T. J. Simers and Simers’ daughter Tracy. Roggin served as a host for NBC Sports coverage of the 2008 Summer Olympics.

Roggin earned a collection of accolades during his career. He won dozens of awards, including 35 Los Angeles Emmy Awards, 30 Golden Mike Awards, five prestigious Associated Press Awards and numerous Los Angeles Press Club Awards for his sports segments, specials and series.

Roggin departed from KNBC on January 26, 2023. He continues to work in radio along with former National Football League (NFL) quarterback Rodney Peete on KLAC’s afternoon sports show Roggin and Rodney.