Yesterday afternoon ESPN Cleveland WKNR made waves across Cleveland by mysteriously axing talent. Will Burge, T.J. Zuppe, Kenny Roda and (maybe) Michael Reghi1 were all told something about a “different direction” and mostly left wondering where that destination was and why it didn’t include them. Meanwhile, it has been all quiet from the station as
Update: According to the people at Ohio Media Watch, the new afternoon show will most likely be Bruce Hooley, Greg Brinda and Chris Fedor doing the news updates. That would also mean that Fedor will no longer be a part of The Really Big Show from what the Twitter chatter is saying. As many of
In response to Michael Reghi’s comments late yesterday afternoon, the much-discussed WKNR/850AM radio contributor Sabrina Parr took the set in order to defend the comments that have drawn the ire of many including local authorities. Similar to your evening news broadcast, the program waiting until one of the final segments for Parr’s response, but nonetheless.
Those of you listening to WKNR/AM850 this afternoon were able to hear a very, very rare Michael Reghi. Reghi has gone on record to slam the Really Big Show, the 9a-12p show that airs on ESPNCleveland and the credibility that lacked today with a female host, Sabrina Parr – who claimed to be an eye witness
After spending a weekend listening to Al Pawlowski completely butcher his shot filling in for Matt Underwood as the Indians play by play man on STO, it got us thinking about the voices of my youth. Growing up in Cleveland in the 80’s, I was blessed. Nev Chandler was doing the Browns and Joe Tait
Those of you that listen to 850 WKNR/AM during the afternoon drive have definitely heard Mark “Munch” Bishop’s radio show. Since 2007, he has owned the 3p-6p slot and has featured the ever popular “Brown Out” segment that discussed all things Cleveland Browns. Guests like Aaron Shea and Bernie Kosar frequented the show, as did an unbelievable amount of advertisements ranging from ticket