Interview with Andy Gresh of Sirius XM Radio

Here’s an e-mail interview with the night time host Andy Gresh of Sirius XM’s Mad Dog Radio. Andy hosts the 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. shift. Before he joined Sirius XM in January, Andy had been doing weekends at ESPN Radio, and before that, he was morning drive host at WSKO AM/FM in Providence, RI, […]

Saturday Linkage

Time to give you some links today. Yesterday, John Crowe over at his Crowe’s Nest blog hinted of a change in the Providence sports radio landscape. Today, he’s able to confirm that former WSKO host Scott Cordischi will be back on the airwaves, albeit on a weekly basis, on WPRO, every Saturday starting next week. […]

BREAKING NEWS: Andy Gresh to do Shows at Sirius NFL Radio

In the last few weeks, I had been hearing that Andy Gresh, talk show host of the late WSKO-AM/FM in Providence, was talking with one of the satellite radio companies. Today, I got confirmation straight from Gresh that indeed, he will be hosting a couple of shows a week for Sirius NFL Radio, channel 124. […]

It's the Tuesday Link Thing

Time to give you the links today. I’m still a bit melancholy about the demise of the Score. I think it’s due to the fact that I know a lot of the staff. When you hear about a radio station changing formats, you know that people have lost jobs. However, when the change comes at […]

Monday Night Update

Let’s give you a few more links this evening. My real-time review of Real Sports will come tomorrow. I will say the Lenny Dykstra story is just amazing. I’ll have the review on Tuesday. My first link is from the former Executive Producer of the Score, WSKO-AM/FM in Providence, John Crowe. From his Crowe’s Nest […]

More Monday Meaty Links – Big Ten Network Close to Deal with Comcast

Let’s give some more links this afternoon. We’re beginning to hear that the Big Ten Network is close to a deal with Comcast. John Ourand of the Sports Business Journal is reporting a deal is imminent. Mike Snyder of the Detroit Free Press tries to find out more. Don Walker of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel […]