Mike Greenberg’s new ESPN morning show will reportedly be called “Get Up” – November 13
Mike Greenberg’s new ESPN morning show will be called “Get Up.” As previously announced, Greenberg will host alongside Michelle Beadle and Jalen Rose. The show will debut on April 2nd, 2018.
Barstool Sports gets Sirius XM channel, Dave Portnoy says “We’re coming for you…everybody.” – November 13
Barstool Sports is expanding its reach, agreeing to a deal with Sirius XM to take over the Rush channel, beginning on January 15th.
The trio of Chris Carlin, Bart Scott, and Maggie Gray will replace Mike Francesa at WFAN – November 14
It’ll take three people to replace Mike Francesa at WFAN, as Chris Carlin, Bart Scott, and Maggie Gray will step in for the long-time host.
Disney reportedly extends ESPN president John Skipper’s contract through 2021 – November 14
John Skipper isn’t going anywhere. Despite a turbulent year, Skipper signed an extension which will keep him at ESPN until 2021.
Scott Van Pelt signs multi-year extension with ESPN while his SportsCenter ratings continue to climb – November 14
Skipper wasn’t the only one to receive an extension, as SportsCenter host Scott Van Pelt also agreed to a multi-year extension.
Chris Russo is definitely not a fan of WFAN replacing Mike Francesa with Bart Scott – November 16
Chris Russo is not a fan of Scott, saying listeners should be “insulted” he was chosen.
Cari Champion is reportedly near a deal to replace Michelle Beadle on SportsNation – November 16
Michelle Beadle’s replacement at SportsNation might have been found. Reports have Cari Champion finalizing a deal to join the show.