CBS Sports Radio unveils morning show


CBS Sports RadioWhen the CBS Sports Radio Network launches 1/2/13, former New York Giants star  Tiki Barber, KGME-FM San Francisco afternoon co-host Brandon Tierney and ESPN vet Dana Jacobson will make up the morning drive show. No word yet on the name of the show, but they’ll anchor the program live from the network’s new NYC studio in Tribeca.

In addition to her role at CBS Sports Radio, Jacobson will contribute to studio programming for CBS Sports Network, the cable home of CBS Sports, debuting in January.

“CBS Sports Radio has been able to attract some of the most renowned names in the business, and Tiki, Brandon and Dana are just the latest example of the network’s star-power,” said Dan Mason, President and CEO, CBS Radio.  “We’ve assembled an impressive group of professional athletes and accomplished broadcasters to bring fans unrivaled sports commentary, and the most entertaining lineup in all of sports radio.

Several Top 50 markets will showcase CBS Sports Radio’s Morning Show, including WIP-AM (Philadelphia), WFOM-AM (Atlanta), WXYT-AM (Detroit), WJZ-AM (Baltimore), KFNZ-AM and KJQS-AM (Salt Lake City), and WSJZ-FM (Orlando). Cumulus Media Networks is the exclusive syndicator and sales partner for CBS Sports Radio.

The weekday lineup:

6:00-9:00AM: Tiki Barber, Brandon Tierney and Dana Jacobson

9:00AM-12:00Noon: John Feinstein

12:00Noon-3:00PM: Jim Rome

3:00-6:00PM: Doug Gottlieb

10:00PM-2:00AM: Scott Ferrall serves

2:00-6:00AM: Damon Amendolara

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  1. I am terribly disappointed of this new CBS format. Maybe I have been so used to listening to ESPN radio on 12260am in Erie Pa that I’m spoiled. This CBS layout is horrible. I find broadcasters/hosts to be extremely boring. I’ve turned to listening to Fox’s 1330am line up in Erie Pa, but they are pretty much as bad. Looks like I will no longet be listening sports radio.

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