Bob “The Moj” Marjanovich has enjoyed a career in the media for over 25 years.
Starting out as a writer for Sports Vue, The Moj parlayed that into a sports talk career that spanned 20 years and was highlighted by co-hosting Donnie & The Moj with Don Taylor, which aired weekday afternoons on TSN 1040.
During that time, The Moj has covered 19 Super Bowls, over a dozen Grey Cups, Stanley Cup Finals and other sports. It has allowed him to accumulate one of the most extensive contact lists of executives, athletes and celebrities in North America.
He also has been part of the BC Lions radio broadcasts for over 15 seasons as a host, sideline reporter and now as the play-by-play voice of the CFL team.
The New Westminster native grew up surrounded by sports. Bob played two seasons of senior lacrosse in the WLA with the Richmond Outlaws. His football career saw him play junior college in Stockton, California, Western Washington University and UBC. The Moj wound up coaching at UBC for four years in the early ‘90’s.
With a career in sports media spanning over 25 years, The Moj has accumulated one of the most extensive contact lists of executives, athletes and celebrities in North America.
With that lengthy list of contacts to draw from, the Moj On Sports podcast features bio-type interviews with many of these well known contacts. How did they get to where they are? Who influenced them? What obstacles did they overcome?
Get the inside scoop and behind the scenes look at what makes these successful people tick.