Patrick Johnson has established himself as one of broadcasting's hardest working and most versatile performers during a distinguished 20-plus year career that includes television, radio and digital journalism. 
 
Since late 2015, Patrick has been the morning drive host on WPTF AM 680 in Raleigh, N.C., for "The Triangle's Morning News."

Prior to taking over morning hosting duties, Patrick provided news updates during morning drive and hosted the mid-morning slot on WPTF from March, 2013 until assuming morning host duties. He also served as Sports Director for the North Carolina News Network and anchored morning drive sports for over 80 stations during this time.
 
During the 2015-16 season, Patrick was heard on Surius/XM as one of the lead play-by-play voices for HSRN (Heritage Sports Radio Network), covering college basketball games and select college football broadcasts.

In 2014, Patrick started work with IBX Media-owned station 94.3 The Game in Greenville, N.C. Helping launch the station in August of that year, Johnson hosted a weekly sports talk show and has been the play-by-play announcer for one of North Carolina's most storied high school football programs, J.H. Rose.  Patrick also anchors the station's game day coverage of ECU football during the fall.

Patrick's other work includes play-by-play announcing for the American Digital Network, as a corespondent with ABC Radio News since 2012, a reporter and anchor with WDBO 96.5/ESPN 580 Orlando, 12 years as the play-by-play voice for William Peace University women's basketball, play-by-play for Time Warner Cable Sports Channel and the ACC Network, including championship coverage of women's soccer, tennis and softball. 


He also worked at WPTF previously from 2008-2010. 


He has worked as a play-by-play announcer on college basketball coverage for MASN (Baltimore, MD-based Mid-Atlantic Sports Network) for three seasons (2008-2010). He was an announcer for the short-lived CSET network out of Charlotte for college basketball across North Carolina in 2007-2008.