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Planet Mikey was a sports talk radio program on Boston's WEEI-FM 93.7 FM featuring Mikey Adams. The show was officially announced on December 15, 2005 and ran from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays. In 2018, The Planet Mikey Podcast was created and is heard on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and Google Play. In February 2020, Planet Mikey debuted as an afternoon drive radio show on 100.1 FM The Pike in Worcester, MA. Adams was sports reporter and anchor for WFSB-TV Eyewitness News in Hartford from 1986 until late 1991.

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  • Planet Mikey was a sports talk radio program on Boston's WEEI-FM 93.7 FM featuring Mikey Adams. The show was officially announced on December 15, 2005 and ran from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays. In 2018, The Planet Mikey Podcast was created and is heard on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and Google Play. In February 2020, Planet Mikey debuted as an afternoon drive radio show on 100.1 FM The Pike in Worcester, MA. Adams was sports reporter and anchor for WFSB-TV Eyewitness News in Hartford from 1986 until late 1991.
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  • Planet Mikey was a sports talk radio program on Boston's WEEI-FM 93.7 FM featuring Mikey Adams. The show was officially announced on December 15, 2005 and ran from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays. In 2018, The Planet Mikey Podcast was created and is heard on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and Google Play. In February 2020, Planet Mikey debuted as an afternoon drive radio show on 100.1 FM The Pike in Worcester, MA. Mikey Adams was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised in Manchester,Connecticut. Adams was a disc jockey on several stations in Hartford and Springfield. MA including WPOP, WHYN, WAQY, and WCCC where he replaced Howard Stern in 1980. Adams was Program Director at WAQY Springfield, MA in 1981 and was responsible for the format change from Top 40 hits to Classic Rock in 1981. (Rock 102) Adams was sports reporter and anchor for WFSB-TV Eyewitness News in Hartford from 1986 until late 1991. He hosted a live, one hour nightly TV show called "Mike Adams Sports World" on NECN from 1992–98 and won two New England Emmy awards. He was the first Sports Anchor on Fox 25 in Boston in 1993. . He began at the WEEI in 1993 while anchoring at NECN and Fox-25 in Boston. He lives in central Massachusetts with his wife, Christine and two sons Andrew and William.
  • Planet Mikey was a sports talk radio program on Boston's WEEI-FM 93.7 FM featuring Mikey Adams. The show was officially announced on December 15, 2005 and ran from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays. In 2018, The Planet Mikey Podcast was created and is heard on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and Google Play. In February 2020, Planet Mikey debuted as an afternoon drive radio show on 100.1 FM The Pike in Worcester, MA. Mikey Adams was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised in Manchester, Connecticut. Adams was a disc jockey on several stations in Hartford and Springfield, Massachusetts including WPOP, WHYN, WAQY, and WCCC where he replaced Howard Stern in 1980. Adams was Program Director at WAQY in Springfield, MA in 1981 and was responsible for the format change from Top 40 hits to Classic Rock in 1981. (Rock 102) Adams was sports reporter and anchor for WFSB-TV Eyewitness News in Hartford from 1986 until late 1991. He hosted a live, one hour nightly TV show called "Mike Adams' Sports World" on NECN from 1992–98 and won two New England Emmy awards. He was the first sports anchor on WFXT in Boston in 1993. He began at the WEEI in 1993 while anchoring at NECN and WFXT in Boston. He lives in central Massachusetts with his wife, Christine and two sons Andrew and William.
  • Planet Mikey was a sports talk radio program on Boston's WEEI-FM 93.7 FM featuring Mikey Adams. The show was officially announced on December 15, 2005 and ran from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays. In 2018, The Planet Mikey Podcast was created and is heard on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and Google Play. In February 2020, Planet Mikey debuted as an afternoon drive radio show on 100.1 FM The Pike in Worcester, MA. Mikey Adams was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised in Manchester, Connecticut. Adams was a disc jockey on several stations in Hartford and Springfield, Massachusetts including WPOP, WHYN, WAQY, and WCCC where he replaced Howard Stern in 1980. Adams was Program Director at WAQY in Springfield in 1981 and was responsible for the format change from Top 40 hits to Classic Rock in 1981. (Rock 102) Adams was sports reporter and anchor for WFSB-TV Eyewitness News in Hartford from 1986 until late 1991. He hosted a live, one hour nightly TV show called "Mike Adams' Sports World" on NECN from 1992–98 and won two New England Emmy awards. He was the first sports anchor on WFXT in Boston in 1993. He began at the WEEI in 1993 while anchoring at NECN and WFXT in Boston. He lives in central Massachusetts with his wife, Christine and two sons Andrew and William.
  • Planet Mikey was a sports talk radio program on Boston's WEEI-FM 93.7 FM featuring Mikey Adams. The show was officially announced on December 15, 2005 and ran from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays. In 2018, The Planet Mikey Podcast was created and is heard on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and Google Play. In February 2020, Planet Mikey debuted as an afternoon drive radio show on 100.1 FM The Pike in Worcester, MA. Mikey Adams was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised in Manchester, Connecticut. Adams was a disc jockey on several stations in Hartford and Springfield, Massachusetts including WPOP, WHYN, WAQY, and WCCC where he replaced Howard Stern in 1980. Adams was Program Director at WAQY in Springfield in 1981 and was responsible for the format change from "Top 40" hits to classic rock in 1981. Adams was sports reporter and anchor for WFSB-TV Eyewitness News in Hartford from 1986 until late 1991. He hosted a live, one hour nightly TV show called "Mike Adams' Sports World" on NECN from 1992–98 and won two New England Emmy awards. He was the first sports anchor on WFXT in Boston in 1993. He began at the WEEI in 1993 while anchoring at NECN and WFXT in Boston. He lives in central Massachusetts with his wife, Christine and two sons Andrew and William.
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