Brent Martineau is the sports director for Action Sports Jax.
He joined the station in March 2008.
Brent and Action Sports Jax like to make the argument that we have more local sports programming than any other local station in the country with more than 150 hours annually.
The award-winning sports department has been recognized with Emmy Awards and nominations, Edward R. Murrow Awards and Associated Press Awards for sportscasts and storytelling.
CBS47 and FOX30 are the Official Stations of the Jacksonville Jaguars and Brent hosts the Monday night show called Jaguars All Access. In the past, he has also been the sideline reporter for the Jaguars radio broadcasts and does the TV sideline reporting for the preseason games.
Prior to Jacksonville, Brent was at an award-winning sports department in Albany, New York for five years and also worked for WPRI/WNAC-TV in Providence, Rhode Island, and for KLAX-TV in Alexandria, Louisiana.
Brent has had the fortune of being at some big-time events like the Super Bowl, World Series, The Masters and National Championship Games, but he really enjoys telling stories about the local athletes -- professional and amateur.
Brent graduated from Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio, in 1999. He played outfield for the Eagles team that made it to the Division II College World Series in 1999. He's originally from East Providence, Rhode Island.
Brent lives in St. Johns County with his wife, Stefanie, and their 12-year-old twins, Tyler and Kaylee.
While Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin remains in the intensive care unit, fans and well wishers across the nation are praying for his recovery and showing their support in many ways, including here in Jacksonville.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have the number one overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft on Thursday night in Las Vegas. A year after picking Trevor Lawrence number one overall, the Jaguars are in the same position again.
On Monday night, the eve of Khan’s 10 year anniversary of owning the Jaguars, Khan reflected on the last decade in Jacksonville. He reiterated his hope to help elevate the city to new heights and bring a Super Bowl to Jags fans.
The Action Sports Jax team has been making road trips for over a decade to cover the Jacksonville Jaguars, local products and the big stories. This road trip was ambitious, taken in the middle of a pandemic and covered more than 2,000 miles, seven states and ten cities. It turned out to be quite the trip for Stuart Webber and Brent Martineau.
Let’s be honest with each other – the Jacksonville Jaguars have been a mess. However, they may be in the best position they’ve ever been to resurrect this derelict franchise. There are seven things the Jags have to fix if they are going to win.