Sid Rosenberg fired by WQAM following DUI arrest
Popular WQAM sports talk radio host Sid Rosenberg was arrested for DUI and driving with a suspended license in Hollywood. (Broward Sheriffs Office, courtesy / April 9, 2012)
Rosenberg had been off the air this week after the arrest last week, according to Feldman. Rosenberg also was charged with driving with a suspended license, according to the arrest report.
Rosenberg was found around 2 a.m. Thursday in Hollywood curled up on the ground behind his car in the middle of the road with his fingers in his mouth trying to induce vomiting, the arrest report stated.
He told the officer he was heading home to Boca Raton from Tootsie's strip club.
Rosenberg, who has made numerous on-air mentions to his battle with addiction and stints in rehab, had been with WQAM since September of 2009 after a three-year stint at 790 The Ticket.
From 2001-05, Rosenberg worked for WFAN and during that time was the sports anchor for MSNBC'sThe Don Imus Show.
Rosenberg started his broadcasting career in 1997.