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ESPN Exploring Moving Mike Greenberg To Morning TV Show In "Mike & Mike" Timeslot

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 29 / 16

ESPN execs are "exploring moving" the net's Mike Greenberg "into a new role as the lead host" of a TV show that would air between 6:00-10:00am ET on ESPN, according to Richard Deitsch of SI.com. The new show would "potentially have elements of 'SportsCenter' -- which currently airs at that time -- a...

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