Steve Hartman is a well-known Los Angeles sports radio personality, as well as the weekend sports anchor for KTLA in Los Angeles.
For more than two decades, Hartman has put his stamp on the sports world as a writer, team executive, and broadcaster. He has become a fixture at top sporting events, as he has covered Super Bowls, Final Fours and Major League Baseball All-Star Games. In addition, Hartman also served as the UCLA football radio color commentator for two seasons, where he earned a nomination in 1996 for "Best Radio Analyst" by the Southern California Sports Broadcasters Association.
In 2002, the SCSBA again nominated Hartman, this time for "Best Radio Talk Show Host." This nomination made him the first person to be nominated as both a talk show host and color analyst. In addition to his radio portfolio, he was a weekend television sports anchor for KCBS in Los Angeles from 1998 until 2010. Hartman and his colleagues were honored as the best local sports television team by the SCSBA five times (1999-2001; 2003-04).
In February 1989, Hartman began his sports radio career at KFOX in Los Angeles. A year later, he helped launch XTRA (now AM570 KLAC), the first all-sports station in Southern California.