Tony Kornheiser, whose radio show returns to XM this Monday, stopped by the XM studios in Washington DC yesterday.
The ESPN analyst and Washington Post columnist is resuming his radio show after a seven-month hiatus to focus on his role on “Monday Night Football.”
Kornheiser does his radio show at terrestrial station WWWT-AM in Washington, and XM carries the show nationally on XM Sports Nation (ch 144) weekdays from 8:15am to 10am ET.
Kornheiser came to XM headquarters - lovingly referred to as "The Eck" - to do some production for the XM broadcast and tape an interview with Bob Edwards, who will air the interview on XM Public Radio (ch 133) this Monday at 8am ET.
Monday is Tony’s first day back on the air on both XM and WWWT. It’s also the first day that XM Sports Nation will start carrying Dan Patrick’s new show (which airs from 10am to 12 noon ET... right after Kornheiser).