Paul Finebaum is an American sports author, television and radio personality and former columnist based in Birmingham, Alabama. His primary focus is sports, particularly those in the Southeast. Finebaum was born in Memphis, Tennessee where he grew up rooting for the University of Alabama. Despite his allegence to Alabama, Paul attended the University of Tennessee, where he received a liberal arts degree in Political Science. He currently serves as host of the Paul Finebaum Radio Network, whose flagship station is on WJOX-FM from 2:05-6pm CST. The show is syndicated in Alabama (27 stations), Mississippi (2 stations), Tennessee (3) and on single stations in Arkansas, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. The show can also be watched on a live internet stream at MyFoxFinebaum.com. It can also be heard daily on Sirius XM Radio (Channel 91). On March 12, the Finebaum began its third year on Sirius/XM. In what many consider the most important piece ever done on Finebaum and his show, Reeves Wiedeman profiled the radio host in a 5,000 word profile in the Dec. 10, 2012 edition of The New Yorker under the heading, "King of the South."