Greenberg will lead a New York-based morning show beginning January 1, 2018 that will run from 7 am to 10 am and will feature a mix of news, opinion and analysis, according to network officials. Greenberg will host a show of his own while Golic will remain, re-launching the show with his son Mike Golic Jr. and Trey Wingo. It has been long rumored that Greenberg wanted to relocate from ESPN's CT headquarters to New York City.
We now know more about what the new daytime ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN Radio schedules will look like, including a pair of new shows.
In addition, ESPN has signed Torre to a multi-year extension that will allow him to make appearances on a variety of shows and platforms including Around The Horn, Pardon The Interruption, and SportsNation.
The other new show will be an as-yet-to-be-named, hour-long talk show hosted by Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre. His former co-host, Mike Golic, will be joined on the airwaves by ESPN vet Trey Wingo, and the simulcast of their show will likely appear on ESPNU.
During the day, "SportsCenter" will be anchored by Sage Steele and will air on ESPN2. Additional details about the show, including the name, will be announced at a later date. Jones will co-host "Highly Questionable" with Dan and Gonzalo "Papi" Le Batard until June. "Now that it's going to happen, I couldn't be more excited". He will also continue writing for ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com as well as regularly participate in ESPN's "The Basketball Analogy" podcast.
Jones, who joined ESPN full time in 2013, signed a multiyear extension with the network in December of 2016.
Elements of the show are now in development, but the program will feature a lively mix of news, opinion and analysis. Golic hosted the first iteration of ESPN's morning drive show - The Bruno-Golic Morning Show - with original ESPN Radio voice Tony Bruno. That show will air at noon on ESPN.
He joined ESPN in 1995 as an National Football League studio analyst after a nine-year career in the National Football League as a defensive tackle.