Maggie Gray announces new job after WFAN shakeup

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Maggie Gray is transitioning from local to national radio after the latest shakeup at WFAN.

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As The Post’s Andrew Marchand first reported on Thursday, Maggie Gray and Mark Malusis were replaced by Tiki Barber and Brandon Tierney on the station’s afternoon show.


On Friday, Gray announced on Twitter that she was moving to CBS Sports Radio, where she would host an afternoon drive show with longtime contributor Andrew Perloff on “The Dan Patrick Show,” effective January.

Gray had been at WFAN since 2017. She was originally part of “CMB”—a show with Chris Carlin and Bart Scott, who replaced Mike Francesca in the afternoon drive, which left in the afternoon when Francessa retired. Carlin and Scott eventually leave for ESPN New York and Gray is paired with the Malusis.

Maggie Gray at WFAN Studio.
Robert Sabo
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CBS Sports Radio and WFAN are both owned by Audacity (formerly Entercom).

On Friday, Dan Patrick gave a heartfelt farewell to Perloff, who has been on his staff for 12 years after joining the show from Sports Illustrated.

“I’m happy for you,” said Patrick. “You’ve got to do something where you’re going to co-host with Maggie Gray, which we love. You get to do the big boy stuff hosting a radio show.”


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