Marc always dreamed of working as a sports broadcaster. Through his days at St. Catharine's to Don Bosco Prep and eventually to Syracuse University. At college, he worked for WAER and WJPZ.
Sometimes the road less traveled is the most fruitful and Marc is the perfect case in point.
After his days up at Syracuse, Marc worked as the sports and news director for WRCR in Rockland County. After 18 months of working doubles for the 500 watt station, Marc decided that it was time for a change and got a job as a part-time employee at WFAN. Yes, he is a proud member of the WFAN internship program. He figured that in order to be in the right place at the right time, you have to be in the right place first and that brought him back to WFAN.
Soon after being hired by WFAN, Marc was made full-time as the board operator for the famed ‘Mike and the Mad Dog’ program. He learned from the best in working with Mike Francesa and Chris Russo. After a few years as the board operator, Marc would eventually be promoted to producer. That was a fruitful three years of his life and would eventually lead Marc to being offered on on-air position at WFAN.
That was 2007 and from that point forward, he became an overnight host at WFAN.
In March of 2008, Marc was hired as a personality for SNY. He was first hired as a debater on SportsNite and then recently he joined Brian Custer and Brandon Tierney on ‘The Wheelhouse.’
Marc was tagged with the nickname ‘Moose’ by radio personality Joe Benigno. It stuck and has been with him for the last 10 years.
Marc continues to thrive and make strides in a very competitive industry. He has worked local radio, did traffic reports for TV, was a sports anchor at Sirius and now a radio host and TV personality. What is next, who knows! It has been a fun journey so far and he looks forward to the road ahead.
For many sports is an escape, for Marc it is his passion. He grew up a Knicks, Rangers, Yankees and Redskins fan. Washington? Yes, thanks to John Riggins. One of his favorite players growing up was the Knicks John Starks. He personified heart and perseverance. He would not be where he is today professionally without the support of his family. His 1st playoff game was Knicks-Celtics in '88, thanks to his Mom, who scalped tickets in front of MSG. Thanks to his Dad, he attended the '92 Kentucky Derby, Game 7 of the '94 Stanley Cup Finals and Game 6 of the '96 World Series. The night the Rangers won the Cup in '94 there were four Malusis'at MSG, who would have thunk it.
Marc was hired before the start of the 2008 season as the pre and postgame host for Rutgers football on the Rutgers Radio Network.
Marc would like to thank his family and friends for their constant love and support.