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Houston Stations Adjust Lineups

Steve Bunin, the former ESPN and Comcast SportsNet Houston anchor who now hosts a midday show on KFNC (97.5 FM), will move to Gow Media’s KGOW (1560 AM) as part of a schedule shift announced Monday that will include shows featuring veteran Barry Warner and former KGOW host Raheel Ramzanali.

Bunin, who has been hosting a KFNC show with former NFL quarterback Sean Salisbury, will now work with Salisbury from 3 to 7 p.m. weekdays on KGOW and Gow Media’s Yahoo! Sports Radio network, company president David Gow said. The afternoon show is heard in about 65 markets nationwide.

KFNC, meanwhile, will rearrange its late morning schedule to add local programming in the time slot formerly devoted to ESPN Radio’s Colin Cowherd show.

Warner, who has worked in Houston radio since the 1960s and recently was selected for induction into the Texas Radio Hall of Fame, will work with YSR anchor and former KBME (790 AM) host Dylan Gwinn from 9 to 10 a.m. weekdays.

Ramzanali, a member of the original KGOW staff in 2007, will return to the company to handle social media and digital media duties in addition to on air duties on KFNC. He will work from 10 a.m. to noon, and Salisbury will retain his noon-2 p.m. slot on KFNC.

John Granato, who formerly co-hosted the Yahoo! Sports Radio show with Salisbury, will now work from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on KFNC alongside Ramzanali and Salisbury. Fred Faour and A.J. Hoffman will continue hosting afternoons on KFNC from 4-7 p.m.

“We think that Steve Bunin has done well for us, and we are glad to put him out nationally,” Gow said. “Barry and Dylan will put a lot into their hour, and we’re delighted to bring Raheel back as a hip, edgy, quick-witted addition to our lineup.

“The midday show with Steve and Sean Salisbury has registered with listeners, and now we’re giving it four hours (on KGOW). And we have a number of advertisers who would like to be endorsed by John Granato.”

The Bunin-Salisbury show had a 2.2 percent audience share among men 25-54 in the most recent Nielsen Audio ratings book for Houston. The Granato-Salisbury show did not register in the most recent ratings.

The schedule changes are effective Tuesday, Sept. 8.

Credit to the Houston Chronicle who originally published this article

Jason Barrett
Jason Barretthttps://barrettmedia.com
Jason Barrett is the President and Founder of Barrett Media since the company was created in September 2015. Prior to its arrival, JB served as a sports radio programmer, launching brands such as 95.7 The Game in San Francisco, and 101 ESPN in St. Louis. He also spent time programming SportsTalk 950 in Philadelphia, 590 The Fan KFNS in St. Louis, and ESPN 1340/1390 in Poughkeepsie, NY. Jason also worked on-air and behind the scenes in local radio at 101.5 WPDH, WTBQ 1110AM, and WPYX 106.5. He also spent two years on the national stage, producing radio shows for ESPN Radio in Bristol, CT. Among them included the Dan Patrick Show, and GameNight. You can find JB on Twitter @SportsRadioPD. He's also reachable by email at [email protected].

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