Mike Greenberg

Michael Darrow Greenberg (born August 6, 1967) is a television anchor, television show host, former radio show host for ESPN and ABC, and novelist.wikipedia
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Mike & Mike

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At ESPN, he used to host the weekday evening, most often Monday, SportsCenter and previously ESPN Radio's Mike & Mike show with Mike Golic.
Mike & Mike (formerly Mike and Mike in the Morning) was an American sports-talk radio show that was hosted by Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic on ESPN networks from 2000–2017.

Duel (U.S. game show)

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At sister network ABC, he was the host of Duel, which aired from 2007 to 2008.
Duel is an American game show hosted by Mike Greenberg that first aired from December 17 to December 23, 2007 on ABC.

Battle of the Network Stars

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He also co-hosts Battle of the Network Stars with Joe Tessitore.
When ABC revived the program as a weekly series in 2017, Mike Greenberg and Joe Tessitore took over the hosting duties.

ESPN Radio

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At ESPN, he used to host the weekday evening, most often Monday, SportsCenter and previously ESPN Radio's Mike & Mike show with Mike Golic.
Mike Greenberg was named as Bruno's replacement, and the morning show became Mike & Mike, which aired until 2017 (and was also simulcast on ESPN2).

Mike Golic

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At ESPN, he used to host the weekday evening, most often Monday, SportsCenter and previously ESPN Radio's Mike & Mike show with Mike Golic.
From January 2, 2000 to November 17, 2017, he hosted Mike & Mike with Mike Greenberg on ESPN Radio and ESPN2.

Get Up! (TV program)

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He joined a new ESPN morning show, Get Up!, which premiered April 2, 2018.
Get Up! is an American sports talk morning television program hosted by Mike Greenberg that airs weekdays on ESPN.

Buster Olney

Greenberg received advice about milking a cow from ESPN baseball analyst Buster Olney, who grew up on a dairy farm.
Olney grew up on a dairy farm in Randolph Center, Vermont, which came in handy when he served as the "Cow Insider" for Mike Greenberg's milking of a cow on Mike and Mike in the Morning on June 21, 2007.

Stuyvesant High School

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Greenberg was born to a Jewish family in New York, New York, and graduated from Stuyvesant High School in 1985.
Other prominent alumni include civil rights leader Robert Parris Moses, MAD Magazine editor Nick Meglin (1953), entertainers such as Thelonious Monk (1935), and actors Lucy Liu (1986), Tim Robbins (1976), and James Cagney (1918), comedian Paul Reiser (1973), sports anchor Mike Greenberg (1985), and basketball player and bookmaker Jack Molinas (1949).

Northwestern University

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In 1989, Greenberg graduated from Northwestern University, where he joined the Theta Chi Fraternity, and started work as a sports anchor and reporter at WMAQ-AM in Chicago.
National correspondents, reporters and columnists such as The New York Times Elisabeth Bumiller, David Barstow, Dean Murphy, and Vincent Laforet, USA Today's Gary Levin, Susan Page and Christine Brennan, NBC correspondent Kelly O'Donnell, CBS correspondent Richard Threlkeld, CNN correspondent Nicole Lapin, former CNN and current Al Jazeera America anchor Joie Chen, sports broadcasting legend Brent Musburger, and ESPN personalities Rachel Nichols, Michael Wilbon, Mike Greenberg, Steve Weissman, J. A. Adande, and Kevin Blackistone.

Trey Wingo

On November 27, Trey Wingo, co-host of NFL Live and ESPN's SportsCenter, became Mike Golic's new morning show co-host, and the duo are now part of Mike & Mike's successor show, Golic and Wingo.
On November 27, 2017, he became the co-host of the ESPN Radio morning show with Mike Golic, replacing Mike Greenberg upon the latter's departure for Get Up!, a new ESPN television show.

Golic and Wingo

On November 27, Trey Wingo, co-host of NFL Live and ESPN's SportsCenter, became Mike Golic's new morning show co-host, and the duo are now part of Mike & Mike's successor show, Golic and Wingo.
The show started on November 27, 2017, and succeeded Mike & Mike, with Golic's previous co-host, Mike Greenberg leaving the show on November 17, 2017 for a morning show on ESPN called Get Up! (which premiered on April 2, 2018 ) after an 18-year run together.

Live with Kelly and Ryan

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On April 18, 2012, Greenberg co-hosted Live! with Kelly.
On November 21, 2011, Jerry Seinfeld was the first of 60 men and women to join Ripa at the co-host desk, including: Reggie Bush, Kyle MacLachlan, Russell Brand, Howie Mandel, Carl Edwards, Chris Harrison, Daniel Radcliffe, Michael Buckley, Michael Catherwood, Rob Lowe, Martin Short, Neil Patrick Harris, Peter Facinelli, Boomer Esiason, Ben Mulroney, Dan Abrams, Rob Thomas, David Duchovny, Pat Kiernan, Derek Hough, D. L. Hughley, Jesse Palmer, Carson Kressley, Carrie Ann Inaba, Mark Feuerstein, Jim Parsons, Nick Lachey, Jonah Hill, Michael Strahan, Apolo Anton Ohno, Joel McHale, Cat Deeley, Tyler Perry, Andy Cohen, Alec Baldwin, Josh Groban, Jerry O'Connell, Seth Meyers, Mike Greenberg, Kristin Chenoweth, Andy Samberg, Mark Consuelos, Lucy Liu, Taye Diggs, Randy Jackson, Mario Lopez, Matthew Broderick, Mary J. Blige, Ed Robertson, Michael Bublé, Matthew Morrison, Kevin Jonas, Tony Potts, Dana Carvey, Jimmy Kimmel, Kim Kardashian, L.A. Reid, Bryant Gumbel, Daniel Dae Kim and Sam Champion.

Medill School of Journalism

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Mike Greenberg, sports broadcaster for ESPN

ESPN

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Michael Darrow Greenberg (born August 6, 1967) is a television anchor, television show host, former radio show host for ESPN and ABC, and novelist.

American Broadcasting Company

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At sister network ABC, he was the host of Duel, which aired from 2007 to 2008. Michael Darrow Greenberg (born August 6, 1967) is a television anchor, television show host, former radio show host for ESPN and ABC, and novelist.

SportsCenter

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At ESPN, he used to host the weekday evening, most often Monday, SportsCenter and previously ESPN Radio's Mike & Mike show with Mike Golic. On November 27, Trey Wingo, co-host of NFL Live and ESPN's SportsCenter, became Mike Golic's new morning show co-host, and the duo are now part of Mike & Mike's successor show, Golic and Wingo.

Joe Tessitore

He also co-hosts Battle of the Network Stars with Joe Tessitore.

Jews

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Greenberg was born to a Jewish family in New York, New York, and graduated from Stuyvesant High School in 1985.

New York City

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Greenberg was born to a Jewish family in New York, New York, and graduated from Stuyvesant High School in 1985.

New York (state)

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Greenberg was born to a Jewish family in New York, New York, and graduated from Stuyvesant High School in 1985.

Theta Chi

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In 1989, Greenberg graduated from Northwestern University, where he joined the Theta Chi Fraternity, and started work as a sports anchor and reporter at WMAQ-AM in Chicago.

WMAQ (AM)

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In 1989, Greenberg graduated from Northwestern University, where he joined the Theta Chi Fraternity, and started work as a sports anchor and reporter at WMAQ-AM in Chicago.

WSCR

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He left WMAQ in 1992 to work for WSCR-Radio as a reporter (covering events such as the World Series and the Super Bowl) and talk show host.

World Series

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He left WMAQ in 1992 to work for WSCR-Radio as a reporter (covering events such as the World Series and the Super Bowl) and talk show host.

Super Bowl

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He left WMAQ in 1992 to work for WSCR-Radio as a reporter (covering events such as the World Series and the Super Bowl) and talk show host.