ESPN’s Doug Gottlieb Jumps to CBS Sports Radio

Let the raiding begin. CBS Radio Sports announced this morning (7/31) that ESPN sports talker Doug Gottlieb has signed a multi-year deal with CBS and will contribute across CBS Sports properties. Sean McManus, chairman of CBS Sports and CBS  Radio President/CEO Dan Mason made the announcement.  Gottlieb will host afternoons (3-6 p.m. ET) on the newly created 24/7 sports network and make his debut on January 2, 2013  the same day that CBS Sports Radio launches.

Mason said, “This is the first of many prominent personalities we will be adding to the CBS Sports Radio lineup. Doug is well-versed in today’s sports landscape and for years has entertained audiences with his unique blend of wit, honesty, and outspokenness — traits essential for creating great radio programming. We are thrilled to provide this exciting show to our new and soon-to-be announced affiliates across the country.”

One thought on “ESPN’s Doug Gottlieb Jumps to CBS Sports Radio

  • August 23, 2012 at 7:38 am

    I am sorry to hear Doug leaving ESPN. Next to Mike & Mike, I thought his show was the best. I appreciated his candor, honesty, and integrity. It came across in his broadcast. He was not always pc and I really apreciated it. I wish him well in his new adventure and hope to find him in the future. So far his replacements at 4:00 pm have not come close and it is difficult at this time to listen. Maybe I will adjust, but at this time I will probably listen to something else. He is truly a major loss for ESPN. I would like to know where I can find him either now or in January

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