Mike Greenberg finally has his new partners, even if it will take longer than expected to get them in place. Greenberg’s new morning show on ESPN will include Michelle Beadle and Jalen Rose, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show was set to begin on Jan. 2, but instead will be pushed back to the...
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- Mike Greenberg finally has his ESPN co-hosts
By Justin Terranova - Monday Sep 25, 2017
- Hank Greenberg's Starr Buys Stake in CoverWallet
Tuesday Jul 18, 2017
Hank Greenberg’s Starr Cos has acquired a minority stake in CoverWallet, a New York startup that aims to dramatically speed up the insurance-buying process with data analytics.
- Katie Nolan passed on Mike Greenberg’s show
By Justin Terranova - Friday Sep 29, 2017
Katie Nolan is still at Fox Sports, but she may already be turning down options at ESPN. Jim Miller, an expert on the network, said that Nolan was offered a permanent role on Mike Greenberg’s morning show and passed on it. “My understanding and my sources, which I believe, tell me that she was asked...
- Is Fox Sports star going to be Mike Greenberg’s new ‘Mike’?
By Mark W. Sanchez - Wednesday Aug 9, 2017
If this is the new “Mike,” she looks nothing like the old one. The rumors of Charissa Thompson-to-ESPN are picking up steam after the Fox Sports personality announced Monday she would be leaving “Extra,” the syndicated TV show, after three years. That’s one job that’s out of the way; ESPN only has to pry her...
- Michelle Beadle emerges as potential Mike Greenberg co-host
By Corey Masisak - Wednesday Sep 6, 2017
It could just go from “Mike & Mike in the Morning” to “Mike & Michelle in the Morning.” ESPN is still looking for someone to pair with Mike Greenberg for his new show that launches Jan. 1. That someone could be Michelle Beadle, the Sporting News reported. Greenberg was part of “Mike & Mike” with...
- Mike Greenberg under fire from ESPNers for suspect Andrew Luck report
By Hannah Withiam - Friday Sep 15, 2017
It appears Mike Greenberg has a lot to learn before launching his own “SportsCenter”-like show in the new year. Several of Greenberg’s ESPN colleagues questioned his news-breaking credibility Thursday after the radio host cited a “general sense” around the NFL that tension was growing between Andrew Luck and the Colts, pushing the quarterback out of...