Joy Taylor co-hosts THE HERD WITH COLIN COWHERD, which airs weekdays on FS1, as well as the popular "Maybe I’m Crazy" Podcast. Taylor joined FOX Sports in March 2016 for the launch of SKIP AND SHANNON: UNDISPUTED and served as the moderator on the popular debate show until July 2018.
Prior to joining FOX Sports, Taylor spent the previous five years in Miami radio, including a successful three-year stint at 790 AM The Ticket, where she was co-host for the station’s top-rated morning-drive program, "Zaslow and Joy Show," after starting with the station as the show’s executive producer. Taylor also served as the host of "Thursday Night Live" and "Fantasy Football Today" on CBSSports.com.
A Pittsburgh native and Jason’s younger sister, Joy attended Barry University and earned her bachelor’s degree in broadcasting. While at Barry, she hosted her own radio show, "The Noise," and served as station manager for WBRY Radio.
This marks Jason Jackson’s 16th season as television host and courtside reporter for Miami HEAT telecasts on FOX Sports Sun. He also serves as a host for FOX Sports Sun's Emmy award-winning series Inside the HEAT, as well as many HEAT community, corporate and season ticket member events. He was named 2019 National Association of Black Journalist Sports Task Force Journalist of the Year.
Jackson, a 20-time Emmy winner, is a versatile broadcasting veteran of over 29 years. From 1995-2002, Jackson was an anchor/reporter at ESPN. Before joining ESPN, Jackson worked at WSVN-TV in Miami as a sports reporter/anchor from 1994-95.
Jackson is the founder and chair of Jax Fam Foundation, which was established in 2016 to support, empower and fundraise for organizations that are positively impacting the health, education and/or social welfare of underrepresented and under-resourced individuals.
Jackson, a 1994 graduate of Bowling Green State University, and his family reside in Coral Gables.