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Kate Scott Joins 95.7 The Game In Lineup Shuffle

“For their new lineup, The Game is moving Dibley to middays with Neal continuing his role as their lead NFL Insider, but will no longer be featured as a full-time host.”

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After Joe Fortenbaugh left the morning show on 95.7 The Game for ESPN two months ago, the Bay Area sports radio station has announced a revamped lineup.  

Previously, Fortenbaugh captained their morning show alongside Lorenzo Neal and Dan Dibley. For their new lineup, The Game is moving Dibley to middays with Neal continuing his role as their lead NFL Insider, but will no longer be featured as a full-time host. Dibley will swap timeslots with Bonta Hill to join current midday co-hosts Matt Steinmetz and Daryle “The Guru” Johnson.

The new morning show set to debut Oct. 12, features Bonta Hill, Joe Shasky and Kate Scott. Shasky gets the morning drive opportunity after a successful run co-hosting The Game’s weeknight show with Ryan Covay. 

For Scott, joining Hill and Shasky on The Game’s new morning show marks a return to sports radio in the Bay Area, having previously spent six years as a full-time on-air contributor to KNBR. Most recently, Scott has worked as a play-by-play voice, anchor, host and reporter for the Pac—12 Network. With KNBR, Scott was a full-time anchor on the popular morning show Murph & Mac. No longer an anchor, now Scott’s a full-time co-host with The Game and a direct competitor to Murph & Mac.

With Shasky moving to morning drive, the final lineup change features John Dickinson joining Ryan Covay weeknights from 7 – 10pm PT. Dickinson and Covay follow Sean Salisbury’s recently launched nightly one-hour show for The Game which airs weekdays from 6 – 7pm. 

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Dan Dakich: Craig Carton is ‘The Way Talk Radio Should Be’

“If you’re being critical because you want to be the guy that’s always critical I don’t think you can do that either. I think you gotta be honest. And criticism comes with it.”

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Craig Carton has prided himself on being one of those hosts who tells it like it is, especially when talking about New York’s pro sports teams.

That willingness to call a spade a spade and levy criticism on teams like the Jets and Giants, especially when things are not going well on the field, is something Dan Dakich has always seen as a recipe for success in the industry.

Interviewing Carton on Thursday on his Outkick show Don’t @ Me, Dakich praised the WFAN afternoon host for essentially creating a blueprint for how sports talk should be done.

“In Indianapolis I’m the bad guy right, because I say look the Colts stink, this regime is 46-49-1 – why are you telling me the GM is the best in the country – why are you telling me Frank Reich can really coach?” Dakich said. “New York’s different, though, right? I mean, New York they expect you to say look if you ain’t any good then you ain’t any good. Yu don’t sugarcoat nothing, and I think that’s the way talk radio should be.”

Carton noted that what’s key in how you critique a team or a front office, executive or owner is finding a balance. He said you can’t as a host be the ultimate homer and blow smoke up everyone’s behind.

“You have to be able to be critical when it’s warranted,” Carton said. “If you’re being critical because you want to be the guy that’s always critical I don’t think you can do that either. I think you gotta be honest. And criticism comes with it.”

Carton pointed out that the fan bases in both New York and in Indianapolis are ultimately the same, because at the end of the day it’s all about making sure you have competent people calling the right shots. He added that the organizations are the same too because of how sensitive they can be to criticism, which he said if they don’t like it, “too bad.”

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Nick Ashooh Joins BetMGM Tonight

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The talent lineup for the BetQL show BetMGM Tonight is expanding, and Nick Ashooh is joining the team.

The news became official on Thursday when BetQL announced the addition of Ashooh on Twitter.

Ashooh has worked mainly in the D.C. market up to this point in his career, hosting for Audacy and NBC Sports Washington. He had been contributing sports betting content for the BetQL network for the latter part of the last year.

Ashooh joins co-hosts Trysta Krick and Ryan Horvat on BetMGM Tonight. The show can be heard weeknights from 7-11 p.m.

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1010XL Jay Fund Radiothon Raises Nearly $250,000 For Pediatric Cancer Research

“In the 15 year history of the radiothon, the station has raised just under $1.5 billion for the Jay Fund.”

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Jacksonville’s 1010XL used its airwaves to raise money for the Jay Fund for the fifteenth year earlier this week. The radiothon was a smashing success, raising $249,784 to fight pediatric cancer.

This year’s total is a new record for the event. In the 15 year history of the radiothon, the station has raised just under $1.6 million for the Jay Fund.

“I’m truly amazed at the generosity of the 1010 XL listeners in times when a carton of eggs cost six dollars,” said General Manager Steven Griffin, “and equally amazed how the hosts, producers, radio staff and volunteers come together with a singular focus to year-after-year produce these results in one broadcast day.”

Former Jacksonville Jaguars and New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin started the Jay Fund in memory of  Jay McGillis, who developed leukemia while playing for Coughlin at Boston College. The organization has helped over 5,000 families and given away over $16 million in grants in Northeast Florida and the New York/New Jersey Metropolitan Area.

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