SHAUN DAVIS IS A YOUNG ENTERPRISING PHILANTHROPIST, BROADCASTER, BUSINESS OWNER AND EDUCATOR. HE PRODUCES THE WILDLY ENTERTAINING AND GROUNDBREAKING JARRETT PAYTON SHOW ON CHICAGOLAND SPORTS RADIO & CHICAGOLANDSPORTSRADIO.COM.

HIS EXPERIENCE IS HIGHLIGHTED BY AN INTERNSHIP WITH ESPN CHICAGO’S WADDLE & SILVY MORNING SHOW. SHAUN HAS COVERED THE IHSA BOYS’ BASKETBALL SEASON AS PLAY BY PLAY AND A SIDELINE REPORTER WHILE OCCASIONALLY DOING PLAY BY PLAY FOR IHSA FOOTBALL PLAYOFF GAMES.
CALLED BY SOME IN SPORTS RADIO AS “FREESTYLE”, BECAUSE OF HIS ABILITY TO DELIVER ENERGETIC SPORTS UPDATES WITHOUT A WRITTEN COPY, SHAUN ENCOMPASSES THE ALL AROUND BROADCASTER. THIS INCLUDES HIS NEW JOURNALISTIC ENDEAVORS COURTESY OF SHAUNEQUIVAL.COM

SHAUN POSSESSES A DOCTORATE IN THEOLOGY FROM FRIENDS INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY, AND HAS ORCHESTRATED SEMINARS, MEETINGS AND EVENTS ACROSS THE UNITED STATES.


Recent Articles
  • Down and Distance: Bears needs vs. wants heading into the Draft

    Jarrett Payton and Shaun Davis explore “need” versus “want” in the Chicago Bears draft room, and how it may impact more than just the third overall pick. The fellas explore the state of mediocrity between the Chicago Bears and Chicago Bulls. This spring/summer is pivotal for both franchises and the right moves could put them on a path to consistent winning. Plus, they give the D.A.D. “NFL Draft Yearbook”, with The Most Likely to Succeed, Class Clown and Most Likely […]

  • London’s resolve remains steadfast in the face of terror

    BBC political reporter, Matt Cole, joined Matt Bubala to discuss the aftermath of the London terror attack, the future of “Brexit”, and the British view of current American politics.  

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    The evolution of Pixar: “Toy Story to IPO”

    Lawrence Levy joined Matt Bubala to discuss his new book, “To Pixar and Beyond”, an engaging guide to the lead-up to the IPO and the release of ‘Toy Story’.  Levy explains how he met Steve Jobs, the essence of their business relationship and the company’s relationship with Disney.

  • After Hours with Rick Kogan 03.19.17

      Chicago Symphony Orchestra assistant principal, William Buchman, joined Rick Kogan to talk about the “A Toast to Gershwin” CSO benefit.  Sean Patrick Leonard joined Rick in studio to discuss his film “Rockabye”. http://serve.castfire.com/audio/3313236/3313236_2017-03-21-160736.64kmono.mp3?ad_params=zones%3DPreroll%7Cstation_id%3D3782.mp3

  • The Opening Bell 03.17.17: Improving job market and consumer confidence in the economy

    Paul Nolte of Kingsview Asset Management joined the show to discuss the impact of rates being raised and the chances of another increase in the near future.  He also discusses the improving job market and annual versus monthly retail reports. Rick Seaney, CEO of farecompare.com joined the show to explain how to properly handle weather delays and Chicago continuing to have some of the lowest airfares.  

  • Foodtime: Salero’s Ashlee Aubin and Rainbow Cone’s Lynn Sapp

    Chef Ashlee Aubin of Salero restaurant and Rainbow Cone’s owner Lynn Sapp joined Dean Richards to talk about the specialties and treats at both of their establishments.  

  • ALA Walkers: Firefighters Mike Bitters and Leah Giblin

    Firefighters Mike Bitters and Leah Giblin joined Dean Richards to discuss their participation in the ALA  “Fight for Air Climb” and some of the interesting aspects of fighting fires indoors and outdoors.  

  • Kathy Benson gives the best cruise destinations for spring and summer

    Kathy Benson from Kelly Cruises joins Dean Richards to discuss the benefits of cruises, Dean’s upcoming cruise to Greece and some of the best cruise destinations.  

  • The cast of “Spamilton” LIVE performance

    The cast of “Spamilton” joins Dean Richards to talk about their parody of the hit Broadway musical “Hamilton”, that’s playing at the Cabaret Theater.

  • Michael Kutza: “The Oscars have become more of a fashion show”

    Michael Kutza is the founder and artistuic of the Chicago International Film Festival, and he joins Dean Richards to discuss the Oscars becoming a fashion show and some of the over the top nominations.