Aaron Levine joined Q13 Fox in March 2007 and has been sports director since January 2009. He’s the host of Seahawks Gameday, Seahawks Saturday Night, Talkin’ Huskies and Q It Up Sports, along with his nightly sportscast duties.

Prior to Seattle, Aaron worked in Bakersfield, California, for 2 ½ years at KBAK, covering minor league sports, Cal State Bakersfield athletics and high school sports across Kern County.

He was the national runner-up on ESPN’s reality show, “Dream Job,” which was the company’s search for a new SportsCenter anchor in 2004. He majored in history at Stanford University.

From the minute he arrived in the Pacific Northwest, Aaron has been blown away by the incredible fan culture around all the local teams. His favorite memories so far have been celebrating championships, from the Seahawks Super Bowl parade in 2014, to both Sounders MLS Cup parades and the Storm’s WNBA Championship celebrations in 2010 and 2018. Just like everyone else, he can’t wait for the Mariners to finally contend for a World Series title, too.

Aaron lives with his wife Shayna, their son Kaden, and their mini-labradoodle Bailey. While he’s a veteran of game shows (he was on The Price Is Right as an 18-year-old), his dream is to one day be a contestant on Jeopardy!

Recent Articles
  • Seattle T-Birds GM Bil La Forge talks U.S. Challenge Cup on “Q It Up Sports”

    Seattle Thunderbirds general manager Bil La Forge joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine in-studio on Sunday night to talk about the upcoming U.S. Challenge Cup, featuring 12 of the best Bantam youth hockey teams on the West Coast, which takes place next weekend at the Showare Center in Kent. The T-Birds also hosted their annual Hockey Challenge, which has raised more than $6.5 million for Ronald McDonald House charities over the past 22 years. Interview above

  • Commentary: Progress of sports gambling bill is exciting but leaves many questions on the table for the state

    We start tonight with this picture of a brick wall, which is normally what I want to bang my head against when it comes to anything involving the Washington State Legislature. Which is all the more shocking that there was actually some movement this week in regards to some form of legalizing sports betting in Washington. On Thursday night, the State House overwhelmingly passed a bill to allow sports gambling inside tribal casinos by a vote of 83 to 14. […]

  • FOX Broadcast team Curt Menefee, Joel Klatt talk Seattle Dragons home opener in-studio

    FOX’s lead XFL broadcast team of Curt Menefee and Joel Klatt joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine in-studio in anticipation of Saturday’s home opener for the Seattle Dragons against the Tampa Bay Vipers. The game can be seen at 2pm Saturday on Q13 Fox. The Dragons are approaching 30,000 tickets sold for their first home game in franchise history. Menefee and Klatt gave their first impressions of the XFL and discussed why they believe this iteration of the league […]

  • XFL Seattle Dragons president Ryan Gustafson in-studio before home opener

    Seattle Dragons president Ryan Gustafson joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine in-studio on Wednesday to discuss Saturday’s home opener against Tampa Bay. Gustafson said they passed 25,000 tickets sold earlier this week and are hoping for close to 30,000 fans at CenturyLink Field this weekend. Kickoff is 2pm Saturday and the game will be televised on Q13 Fox. Interview above.

  • XFL Commissioner Oliver Luck talks league launch, Seattle Dragons on “Q It Up Sports”

    XFL Commissioner Oliver Luck joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine in-studio on “Q It Up Sports,” discussing his expectations for the upcoming league season, which starts next Saturday. The Seattle Dragons open their season at the DC Defenders and then host their home opener at CenturyLink Field on Saturday February 15. Interview above.

  • Commentary: Peanuts can help understand the large spectrum of emotions regarding Mariners rebuild

    If I’ve learned anything from the past few months, it’s that there’s a very wide spectrum of feelings about the Mariners and their current plan. And I want to describe it in the simplest terms possible by expanding on an idea previously raised by columnist Vince Grippi at the Spokesman-Review a couple years ago. From 2002 until the end of the 2018 season, the Mariners have basically been Charlie Brown trying to kick the football from Lucy in the classic […]

  • Seawolves coaching staff, Kees Lensing and Phil Mack, in-studio on “Q It Up Sports”

    The Seattle Seawolves of Major League Rugby begin their season next week, and they’re primed to defend their MLR title from the past two seasons. New head coach Kees Lensing and assistant coach Phil Mack joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine in-studio on ‘Q It Up Sports’ to talk about the upcoming season. The Seawolves first home game is Saturday February 22 at Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila. Ticket information can be found here: http://www.seattleseawolves.com/ Interview above.

  • Remembering the life and legacy of Kobe Bryant

    Former Huskies Eldridge Recasner and Donald Watts joined Q13 Sports Director Aaron Levine to discuss the life and legacy of Kobe Bryant.

  • Commentary: Heartbroken, yet finding comfort in Mamba Mentality living on through so many others

    I don’t mention it often, because having been in Seattle 13 years, this is my sports town. But when I think about my youth, I think about one franchise – and the various players that led that team to six championships before I’d graduated from college. Kobe Bryant was one of those players. As you’ve seen by now, Bryant tragically died in a helicopter crash in my hometown. His 13-year-old daughter Gianna was killed as well, along with seven others. […]

  • Commentary: The Astros cheated and are still champions? Horrendous decision by Major League Baseball

    Let’s start by setting the record straight: Major League Baseball found that the Houston Astros cheated throughout the 2017 season, including the playoffs, but did not strip the Astros of their championship. Consider me incredibly confused. To recap: The Astros used cameras and video equipment to steal the signs opposing catchers gave their pitchers. Those signs were then relayed to the batter to let him know whether the next pitch would be a breaking ball or a fastball. Let me […]

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