Fans of WFAN’s are curious to know whether Moose and Maggie’s show has been cancelled on the station as the midday slot gets replaced.
Marc Malusis and Maggie Gray worked very well together, they were knowledgeable and had fantastic interactions with their callers.
Moose and Maggie acted as a wonderful bridge between Boomer and his crew, including Carton and Roberts. However, it appears their time may be coming to an end.
Is the Moose and Maggie show cancelled?
Yes, the Moose and Maggie show is cancelled.
Audacy announced on Thursday that the “Tiki & Tierney” show will be replacing Moose and Maggie’s show.
Friday, December 2nd Maggie and Moose thanked the listeners for the over four years of tuning into their radio show.
Tiki & Tierney will take over the 10 AM to 2 PM slot on WFAN in New York City. The show comes to WFAN after moving from CBS Sports Radio. Moose & Maggie’s contracts ended at the end of this year, 2021.
“Tiki and Tierney have a perspective and sound that is tailor-made for New York City and their addition will further solidify WFAN’s iconic position as the area’s most influential sports platform,” said Chris Oliviero, who is the Senior Vice President and Market Manager at Audacy New York. “Both are already very familiar to the FAN audience, so their voices joining “Boomer & Gio” and “Carton & Roberts” creates a powerful must listen to our weekday lineup for both listeners and advertisers.”
Who is Tiki and Tierney?
Tiki Barber has played 10 seasons with the New York Giants in the NFL and retired in 2007. He began his broadcasting career working for WFAN in 1998 and has done stints on WCBS-TV, Sirius Satellite Radio, YES Network. He then went on to host the morning show on FOX News Channel’s “Fox & Friends.”
With a lot of sporting knowledge, Tiki Barber became a correspondent for NBC News and Sports. You may recognise him from The Today Show, Football Night in America, and even covered the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing for MSNBC.
The other presenter joining him is Brandon Tierney, who is a radio analyst for St. John’s basketball games. The Brooklyn native also hosts on MSG Network called the “Red Storm Report” which he does with ex-head coach Steve Lavin.
Tierney hosted the CBS Sports morning radio program in 2013. He did this in New York and has much prior experience in radio as he also hosted afternoons on San Francisco station KGMZ-FM.
Where is Maggie Gray going?
Maggie Gray is transitioning from local radio to national after leaving WFAN. Maggie Gray and Marc Malusis are moving on to new ventures now that Tiki Barber and Brandon Tierney are taking over.
Gray announced the news on Twitter and is going over to CBS Sports Radio. She will still host an afternoon show and her new co-host will be Andrew Perloff. Gray has had a long stint at WFAN, starting in 2017 as she had previously been part of “CMB.”
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