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Kornheiser Says 3 Jobs is Too Much; Drops Radio

Kornheiser Says 3 Jobs is Too Much; Drops Radio
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ESPN Radio and television host and Washington Post columnist Tony Kornheiser will soon relinquish his mid-day program. The show ends on March 26.
"I've been doing radio for eleven years, six of them for ESPN, and I love radio very, very much," Kornheiser said. "I also enjoy my jobs at the Washington Post and on ESPN television's PTI. If I continue to work three jobs, I'm going to die, so I have decided that it's time to take a break from the radio show. I sincerely appreciate the many listeners across the country that have supported me and participated in my show. I hope to talk to you again in the future as I would love to find time to return to radio someday."
Kornheiser will continue his ESPN TV and other television hosting duties.
The Tony Kornheiser Show debuted on ESPN Radio in January 1998.

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