Friday, April 3, 2009

Radnich, Willie Brown to do Comcast 49ers shows

Longtime KRON 4 sports director Gary Radnich (right) and former SF mayor Willie Brown (left) have been hired by Comcast SportsNet Bay Area to do 49ers post game shows and other programs related to the team. SportsNet Bay Area plans to do an hour post-game show with locker room interviews, Coach Mike Singletary's news conferrence and expert analysis. They'll do the show at Candletstick for home games. After road games, they'll be based in SportsNet's new studio, 24-hour newsroom and HD production facilities at 370 3rd Street in San Francisco's south of Market area.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I guess I'm missing something here, but what are Willie's qualifications to do a sports show?

Anonymous said...

Ditto. What? Bill Clinton wasn't available? Why don't these has-been politicians just fade away? I'm trying to figure out why the Chron runs a Willie Brown column. Talk about yesterday's news.

vince price said...

Ditto. What? Bill Clinton wasn't available? Can't these has-been politicians just fade away? It's bad enough the Chron runs a Brown column. No one likes a blowhard. OK, we'll make an exception for Radnich.

mel belli said...

And who did Scott Reiss blackmail to get his gig? He has absolutely zero talent. Where did they get him from? Oral Roberts U.?