“I wish they hadn’t separated, because it was the most amazing team.”
Mark Chernoff talks about WFAN’s newest Radio Hall of Famers, how the station has changed since he left, and the direction of sports radio programming in...
"After a series of Esiason's tongue-in-cheek complaints and Gio's impressions of Chernoff, the former boss called in to defend himself Tuesday morning."
“He would never take a vacation actually. He would just be gone for a couple of days here or there to visit his grandchildren.”
"It irritates me when people at businesses that I frequent seem to disappear, and their co-workers don’t know what happened to them."
"At WFAN, we were always able to stay live and local, 24/7. So many stations, even music stations, are missing that."
“I’m looking forward to getting back on the radio at 107.1 The Boss, and to being able to live in both the Sports and Rock worlds.”
"Check back throughout the day for updates on all of the latest developments from day two of the 2022 BSM Summit."
"It’s not important to speak. It’s important to listen. You get so much out of listening. You find out so much about people."
"Earlier this year, Chernoff retired. He left WFAN after nearly 30 years."