"Dino is a breath of fresh air in the world of cookie-cutter sports talk radio. He is fiercely independent and connects with his audience like few can. I just knew that under that big personality was a story waiting to be told. I am so excited to begin," the film's director Joel Franco said in a statement Wednesday.
"When I embarked on my career as a talk show host, I wanted to achieve many objectives; I never thought about the possibility of someone wanting to do a film about my career and my life," said Costa, who lives in Wyoming.
"In speaking with Joel about his vision for this film, I'm confident that collaborating with the crew at Chesapeake Films will culminate in a documentary about my life that people will find interesting and compelling."