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1050 ESPN expands Brandon Tierney, adds Rob Parker
Didn't I tell you I could just post these news releases all day long? I'm just getting warmed up.
Here's one from 1050 ESPN on the expansion of Brandon Tierney's show and the addition for part of it of former Newsday columnist Rob Parker. I most recently have seen Rob on "First Take" trying to debate Skip Bayless, which is like trying to debate a hyena. Not easy.
Anyway, click below for the Tierney news. I think I get an extra page view when you do.1050 ESPN New York (WEPN-AM), the flagship station of ESPN Radio, is expanding The Brandon Tierney Show by an hour, beginning this Monday, June 23. The show will air weeknights from 7:30 11pm. Also on Monday, long-time newspaper columnist and radio talk show host Rob Parker will join Tierney full-time as co-host for the 9 11pm portion.
Im excited that Rob is getting a chance to come home and were adding another native New Yorker to our lineup, said Aaron Spielberg, 1050 ESPN New Yorks Program Director. Brandons high energy style, Robs journalistic excellence and their thorough knowledge of the New York sports landscape will be a great combination for our listeners.
About Brandon Tierney
BT has hosted 1050s weeknight The Brandon Tierney Show since 2006. He joined the station in 2003 as a SportsCenter anchor. He has hosted 1050s Knicks pre-game, half-time and post-game show since the 2005-06 season and has been an occasional play-by-play announcer for the stations Knicks broadcasts. His game experience also includes serving as lead analyst for St. Johns Basketball.
Tierney is also a panelist on SNYs signature weeknight show The WheelHouse. Earlier, Tierney spent several years as midday host for sports talker 1130AM/Detroit.
A native New Yorker, Tierney graduated from Marist College with a B.A. in Journalism while also playing baseball for the school.
About Rob Parker
Rob Parker is a regular contributor on ESPNs First Take and was a frequent contributor on the networks Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith. His broadcast experience also includes many guest host appearances for 1050 ESPN New York. Parker is an award-winning sports columnist and has written for such newspapers as Newsday, the New York Daily News, the Detroit News and others. In addition, for 10 years, he was co-host of a sports talk show in Detroit, Parker & The Man.
A native New Yorker raised in Jamaica, Queens, Parker earned a BS in Journalism from Southern Connecticut State University and his Masters in Journalism from Columbia University.
About 1050 ESPN New York
New weekday lineup:
6 10am Mike & Mike in the Morning
10 am 1pm Kellerman & Kenny
1 3pm Tirico & Van Pelt
3 7pm The Michael Kay Show
7 7:30pm Pardon The Interruption
7:30 11pm The Brandon Tierney Show