Meet David Glenn
David has been a well-known sports journalist in North Carolina and throughout the East Coast for more than 15 years. Before reaching his current status as host of one of the largest local daily sports talk radio shows in the country, Glenn enjoyed success from 2000-2009 as the afternoon drive-time host for Sports Radio 850 The Buzz in Raleigh. As a drive-time host, Glenn achieved ratings that represented a larger audience than those of all other Triangle sports talk shows in the same time slot combined. Glenn remains very active in radio beyond his show, participating in more than 500 shows each year on dozens of stations throughout the ACC area, and as a popular speaker at dozens of sports clubs, civic groups and other organizations.
After more than a decade as the award-winning editor and lead writer for the ACC Sports Journal, the best-selling college sports publication in history, Glenn re-launched its accompanying website, ACCSports.com, in 2008. Glenn, who has covered college athletics and other sports as a journalist for more than 25 years, is the author of seven ACC-related productions/publications, including “Royal Blue: The History of Duke Basketball” (Raycom), “Tar Heels On Tape” (Village Companies), and ‘The History Of The ACC Tournament” (Raycom). Glenn has also contributed to the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Philadelphia Inquirer, The Sporting News, the ACC Basketball Yearbook, the ACC Football Yearbook, the ACC Basketball Handbook, and many other regional and national publications.
Glenn also is an attorney, licensed and practicing in North Carolina since 1994. Born in Illinois and raised in the Philadelphia area, he lives in Raleigh, N.C., with his wife Maria, son Anthony and daughter Avery.