Joe Moore started his radio career in Wilmington, NC in 1970. He worked part-
time for WGNI in Wilmington before taking a full-time job with rival station
Just as he was learning the radio business, the US Army called, and he was
selected to attend the military’s Defense Information School. He later became an
Army broadcaster with American Forces Radio and TV Service.
Joe was sent to Utapao Air Force Base in Thailand where he worked as the morning
radio host (think Robin Williams in Good Morning Vietnam). His job also
included producing and hosting the afternoon news on the American Forces
Thailand Television Network.
Upon his return to the states, he moved to Norfolk, VA where he served as news
director for 2WD (WWDE-FM). After a three-year stint with the station, he
purchased the company’s AM station, WPEX, and owned and operated that facility
for ten years in the tough Norfolk-Va. Beach market.
About the same time, Joe became track announcer for Langley Speedway in
Hampton, VA, which led to an audition with Motor Racing Network in Daytona
Beach. That audition opened a 28-year career as one of the best-known voices of
NASCAR nationwide. Joe served as co-anchor for the network until the end of the
2018 season. His last broadcast was the Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway
Joe and wife Tiffany also produced a nationally-syndicated television show for 27
years. Raceline was seen on over 200 broadcast tv stations and most of the
regional sports networks nationwide. Raceline ceased production in December
Joe and Tiffany live on Little Torch Key, where they’ve been since 2016. Hobbies
include fishing, boating, and sitting on his deck, watching the boats go by. Joe went
from the Voice of NASCAR to the News Voice of the Florida Keys. He serves as
US1 Radio News Director and host of the popular Morning Magazine.