95.7 The Game in San Francisco has retained one of its most popular personalities. Greg Papa, who hosts middays with Bonta Hill, and doubles as the longtime voice of the Oakland Raiders has been inked to a new multi-year contract extension. As part of the new agreement, Papa will continue to host his daily show and add frequent appearances on the station’s morning show led by Joe Fortenbaugh, Dan Dibley and Lorenzo Neal.
“Greg Papa is an iconic personality in Bay Area sports media and we are thrilled to extend his contract,” said Don Kollins, 95.7 The Game’s program director. “Sports fans can look forward to an expanded role for Papa on our airwaves; it’s an exciting time here at 95.7 The Game.”
Papa has been with the station since its inception in 2011. He signed on with the midday program full-time in 2013 and became the lead host of the show in 2016 when former partner John Lund departed to join KNBR’s afternoon show.
“I’m happy we were able to agree on an extension,” said Papa. “The best fans in the country are right here in the Bay Area and I’m fortunate to have the platform to talk sports with them daily.”