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Last year the veteran 2FM broadcaster quit his daytime Sunday show on RTÉ 2FM in a dramatic fashion. Sal Messina, radio voice of New York Rangers for 30 years, was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame as the 2005 recipient of the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award. The move was made because CBS Sports President Sean McManus will also be the head of CBS' news department. Skip Irwin has been let go from his hourly radio spot on WGNU in the St. Louis area after 16 ½ years.

Mike Rice, the radio analyst for the Portland Trailblazers for the past fifteen years, is moving to TV to replace Steve Snapper” Jones. Ann Schatz, the Blazers' sideline reporter, is leaving that job to become a women's basketball play-by-play announcer on the College Sports Television network. Jody McDonald has been hired to do an afternoon show on Philadelphia's new all-sports radio station WPEN-AM. Mark Followill, the Dallas Mavericks' radio play-by-play man, will replace Matt Pinto in the TV play-by-play spot High School Sports Radio Des Moines Iowa and ASA member Chuck Cooperstein will replace Followill on radio. Pinto has been hired as the new radio play-by-play voice of the Los Angeles Clippers.

Taking over the night shift from Nick Felton, who used the air name Jay Sparxx and who has taken another job outside radio in Charlotte, is A.J. Anelli, who had worked for Kiss in production and promotion before taking jobs in Jacksonville and Washington, N.C. Seven months after launching a new career as sports commentator, former Panthers general manager Marty Hurney is moving into management, becoming co-operator of Charlotte's WZGV-AM (ESPN 730). They are also leasing from HRN Asheville station WZGM-AM (1350), which has a sports and news-talk format.

He called 76ers games on WCAU High School Winter Sports Radio Des Moines Iowa Radio in Philadelphia before moving to Boston in 1965 where he hosted radio shows at WMEX, WITS and WEEI. He had a short stint at WFAN Radio in New York before returning once again to Philly in 1992, this time for WIP Radio, where he stayed until his retirement in 2004. Jack Whitaker, ASA Hall of Famer and veteran CBS & ABC sportscaster known for his coverage of the Olympics and thoroughbred racing, will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Sports Emmys on April 30th. Dick Ebersol, who left NBC this past May due to stalled contact negotiations, is returning to NBC Sports as a Special Advisor to NBC Sports Group President Mark Lazurus.

Myron Cope, the legendary Pittsburgh Steelers' color commentator, has retired after 35 years in the radio booth due to health reasons. Pete Cataldo, the former Sports Director at WGXA-TV in Macon, Ga., is the new weekend sports anchor at First Coast News in Jacksonville, replacing Jeff Prosser. Scott Palmer, the 5pm sports anchor on WPVI-TV in Philadelphia, has retired after 24 years anchoring sports on the station.

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Ken Stabler will not return as radio analyst on niversity of Alabama football broadcasts. Max Kellerman is out at New York's ESPN Radio 1050 as its 10am - 1pm talk show host. Rumors have Kellerman, who is also a boxing analyst for HBO, joining Mike Francesa on his WFAN Radio afternoon show. Jim Powell, who was Bob Uecker's booth mate in Milwaukee, has joined the Atlanta Braves' radio broadcast team.

New full-time Bears reporter for CBS Radio sports/talk WSCR AM 670 and is Dan Durkin, who's been an NFL analyst and columnist for the Score since 2011. It's a return trip for Ross, who worked in production for CBS Radio news WBBM AM 780 while obtaining a master's degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. All games will also be simulcast on NSU's campus radio station, WNSB Hot 91.1 FM. An in-depth women's basketball schedule will again air on 91.1 FM this season. Will conduct a weekly interview during their respective seasons with the Nick Cattles Show on ESPN Radio 94.1 FM.

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