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Katie Nolan Will Reportedly Have A New Show On ESPN: Here's What We Know So Far

Update Date: Mar 01, 2017 06:55 AM EST
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Katie Nolan is a well-known sportscaster on FOX Channel and the host of the network's show, "Garbage Time". She's been a hot topic these past few days because Katie Nolan is allegedly  transferring to ESPN, the top competitor of FOX Channel. Let's get to know more about this report.

ESPN Trying To Get Katie Nolan For A New Show?

ESPN is reportedly trying to get Fox Sports' famous star, Katie Nolan and bring her lively, impious act to the sports media rivalry between the two networks. ESPN has allegedly commenced wooing Katie Nolan, holding a meeting with the host of "Garbage Time", as reported by NY Post. The famous sportscaster was joined by well-respected producer Eryk Rydholm and ESPN's president John Skipper at the said meeting.

Qualities Of Katie Nolan That Made The Rival Network Choose Her?

Katie Nolan is a simple, snarky, unashamed Boston supporter who got an Emmy for "Garbage Time" - which is legendary.  But incorporating Rydholm in the process, with whom Nolan is certainly close to, could be a sign that ESPN would make notable projects for her.

Katie Nolan And Mike Greenberg, The New Morning Show Duo?

In a report posted by The Big Lead, ESPN is said to be planning to do a morning show that will showcase the hosting skills of Katie Nolan and Mike Greenberg. Anyone would assume that the potential co-hosts contemplated for Greenberg for that show would be fresher, more keen, more obstinate -  and apparently a female and equipped to cross between sports and entertainment fluidly.

It's not a stretch that Katie Nolan would come up as a choice, although ESPN reportedly has additional prospects as well. Well, as of now, there have been no confirmations of what's in store for Katie Nolan's career but in a statement, FOX stated that they are giving bigger opportunities for Katie Nolan soon, as the sportscaster has an existing contract with the sports channel


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