SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Renel Brooks-Moon, a familiar face on the Bay Area sports and entertainment scene, has been named the new pregame show host for Fox Sports Net’s San Francisco Giants telecasts. The announcement was made today by Jeff Krolik, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Fox Sports Net Bay Area.
Brooks-Moon will join former MLB player Bip Roberts on 25 Giants pregame shows this season. Each show will provide fans with commentary, features, and in-depth coverage of the game.
Each weekday morning, fans can wake up to “Renel in the Morning,” Brooks-Moon’s radio show on 98.1 KISS-FM. She is also heading into her fifth season as the Giants’ public address announcer at SBC Park.
A Bay Area native, Brooks-Moon earned a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Mills College in Oakland in 1980. A community activist, she supports the United Negro College Fund and the East Oakland Youth Development Center, and participates in the McClymonds High School Career Mentor Program. She currently resides in San Francisco with her husband Tommie.
Fox Sport Net Bay Area reaches more than 3.6 million households in Northern California and Northern Nevada. Fox Sports Net Bay Area’s programming includes Oakland A’s and San Francisco Giants baseball, Golden State Warriors basketball, San Jose Sharks hockey, San Jose Earthquakes soccer, Best Damn Sports Show Period, Beyond the Glory, and NASCAR. Fox Sports Net Bay Area is managed by Rainbow Sports Networks.
Rainbow Sports Networks is a division of Rainbow Media Holdings LLC, a subsidiary of Cablevision Systems Corporation (NYSE:CVC). Fox Sports Net reaches more than 80 million households nationwide and is a service of National Sports Partners, equally owned by Rainbow Media Holdings, LLC and Fox Entertainment Group. Rainbow Sports Networks incorporates Rainbow’s 50% ownership in Fox Sports Net and Fox Sports National Advertising and the ownership and management of Fox Sports Net regional networks in five of the nation’s largest markets: Chicago, San Francisco, New England, Ohio and Florida.