710 ESPN Seattle begins a new era, Mike Salk back with his own show

(KIRO press release)
Starting Tuesday, Sept. 7, a brand new weekday lineup.

Here’s what the new programming schedule looks like:

• The Mike Salk Show: 6-10 a.m.
• Jake & Stacy: 10-2 p.m.
• Wyman & Bob: 2-7 p.m.

Mike Salk is back on the daily airwaves with his own show, which starts every morning at 6 a.m.

“The Mike Salk Show” will regularly feature influential and notable voices, past and current, within the Seattle sports landscape such as Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, former NFL quarterbacks Brock Huard and Matt Hasselbeck, Mariners insider Shannon Drayer, former NFL wide receiver Michael Bumpus, and many more.

For this new show, Salk will be joined by Executive Producer and On-air Contributor, Justin Barnes, who joins 710 ESPN Seattle after many years in the Seattle radio market and Producer, Maura Dooley.

“I am thrilled to have Mike Salk on the air in morning drive,” said Cathy Cangiano, SVP/Market Manager for Bonneville Seattle. “Mike’s knowledge, experience and local relationships will no doubt provide the Pacific Northwest sports community an entertaining and insightful show every morning.”

“We’re excited and fortunate to be able to add such a talented host back into our daily lineup,” said 710 ESPN Seattle Program Director, Kyle Brown. “Mike is a passionate, opinionated broadcaster with long-standing connections to Seattle’s teams and fans. With daily appearances from Brock Huard and John Clayton and weekly interviews with Pete Carroll, Matt Hasselbeck and Jerry Dipoto, this show will be a can’t-miss destination for sports fans in the region.”

Along with his daily show, Salk will continue hosting the Brock & Salk Podcast with Huard. The “Brock & Salk Show” aired in various dayparts on 710 ESPN Seattle from 2009-2019 and continues exclusively as a weekly podcast.

Extra hour added to Jake & Stacy
The tandem of former Seahawks quarterback Jake Heaps and Stacy Rost will continue on every day in the late morning and early afternoon, and the duo will be on air for an extra hour with their show beginning at 10 a.m. rather than 11.

The Danny and Gallant morning show co-hosted by Paul Gallant has ended.
From Facebook—

Danny O’Neil

710 ESPN Seattle — Terminated the veteran contract of, ummmm, me. Today’s show was my last as host at
@710ESPNSeattle, a gig that has been the happiest accident in my professional life. I’m really, really grateful for all of it.
I’m thankful for the opportunity, which quite frankly I was underqualified for. I’m thankful for anyone who listened, which quite frankly is more people than my bad jokes ever deserved. And I’m really thankful for the lifelong friends I’ve made as part of that station.
The one regret is that I wasn’t a better broadcast partner for @Gallantsays. He came to work in a new market and was paired with a co-host who was on a different coast. That was hard, and I really wish — for him — it wasn’t ending like this.
I’m not sure what comes next for me. I have ambitions of trying to write with a capital ‘W’ though that may be overly audacious. There’s lots of other stuff I’m interested in trying in a brand new place.

Author: Jason Remington

Creator, Admin, & Editor of QZVX.COM, former broadcaster at KAMT/Tacoma, KRPM FM/Tacoma, KJUN/Puyallup, KASY/Auburn, KTAC AM/Tacoma, KBRD FM/Tacoma, KMTT FM/Tacoma, and KOOL FM/Phoenix. -- Airchecks
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