Last meal on death row?
Pepe’s in New Haven, Connecticut for lobster rolls and a salad
Favorite Viral Video?
The Apparently Kid
Favorite CW33 show?
First thing you would do if you woke up a member of the opposite sex?
Lots of in-depth introspection, for sure. Not leaving the house that day.
Secret celebrity crush?
Favorite Halloween costume?
You know you’re in/from Texas when…?
No matter where you are, you say ‘The stars at night, are big and bright,’ and everyone claps!
Favorite DFW late-night food?
Flipping channels, the movie you always stop on?
College Road Trip, just for the bus singalong
Johnny Depp Willy Wonka or Gene Wilder Willy Wonka?
Chocolate or vanilla?
Food Trucks: yum or yuck?
Fad you are embarrassed you got into?
Not much into fads
Best DFW tradition?
In which reality TV show would you most likely be found?
13: Lucky or unlucky?
Thoughts are things
Because it has an opinion and makes you think
Favorite family tradition?
Our annual Texas summer road trips
I’m known around the newsroom for…?
What keeps you going?
Big dreams keep me going.
You should hear me sing…?
Sammy Hagar. Sang on-stage with the Waboritas at the Hard Rock one night when Sammy got sick.
I give back to my community by…?
Volunteering. I love the animals & SPCA – and spreading positive messages and love.
Behind my back they say…?
“He’s cool!” (I hope)
If I had free time, I would…?
Immediately find something to do. Maybe learn another language.
Greg O brings his direct, opinionated and informative narration and nightly commentary to NewsFix, the anchorless nightly 5pm and 9pm newscasts. He is a voice for show and closes it out each day with Closing Comments that engage and inform viewers. It’s all part of the daily ritual making NewsFix an alternative to traditional news. Greg O has been helping viewers experience news in a new way since launch in March 2011 and has over 20 years of on air experience in radio and television. Some in Dallas may remember him from KEGL 97.1 THE EAGLE and ‘The Grego and Brian Morning Show’ from 2002-2004. He’s no stranger to Houston’s airwaves either, as host of “Outlaw Radio” on Rock 101 KLOL before joining the Stevens and Pruett morning show on KLOL in 2000. Greg O has received numerous press and industry awards including Radio Only, Radio and Records, FMQB, People Magazine, A.I.R. Award/Miami along with receiving a proclamation by the Mayor of Dallas for community service. He’s been married to his wife Tammy since 1998 and has 2 children.