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Given the results of some ratings battles, changes at ESPN Radio are in order. And these changes have been talked about/planned/rumored for some time. Just minutes ago, some programming line-up changes were made official. Of course, this is more a national ESPN Radio initiative than it is a local ESPN 1000 initiative. The Dan LeBatard Show anchors the new ESPN Radio weekday afternoons and evenings; it will make its national debut September 30. Sedano & Stink (no, this isn’t a show about the 2013 Chicago White Sox or Adam Dunn) premieres September 9th nationally...
Former WMVP AM 1000 co-host Harry Teinowitz was on WSCR 670 The Score this morning to discuss his dismissal from ESPN. Teinowitz was on with Mac & Spiegs. I typed out some of the highlights of what was said, and if/when The Score posts audio, I will link it. Teinowitz discussed some Bulls and Blackhawks today, but we know the number one discussion topic that drew people in. When pink-slipped, Teinowitz was given that standard corporate/human resources/public relations b.s. “we want to move in another direction.”
He asked why?
“Well, you’ve been here the longest,” he claims they said.
UIC Athletic Director Jim Schmidt announced a continuing partnership with Chicago sports radio powerhouse ESPN Chicago (WMVP-AM 1000) Wednesday, a schedule that will air up to 20 of the Flames’ games during the upcoming 2012-13 season. Additionally, ESPN Chicago on-air talents Dave Juday and Jonathan Hood have joined UIC’s regular broadcast team – Juday will... Read more »
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