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''Talking Golf'' Show Set to Debut on WFAN/New York

"Talking Golf," a weekly one-hour golf talk show, debuts on WFAN-FM/New York. The show will be hosted by golf expert Ann Liguori and will air weekly on Sunday morning from 7-8am ET from June 17 through September 2. The inaugural show will be broadcast live from the 2018 U.S. Open in Shinnecock Hills, NY. The broadcast will feature interviews with various personalities in the game including players, heads of golf governing bodies, celebrities, coaches, journalists and architects, among others.

"As New York's flagship sports station, we are committed to providing fans with the most engaging content from their favorite sports,'" said Entercom New York VP/Programming Mark Chernoff. "Ann's golf expertise will add a distinct layer to this show and having the inaugural broadcast live from the U.S. Open will offer our listeners an up close experience to one of golf's biggest events."

"Golf brings together so many people from various walks of life and it challenges the greatest athletes of our time," added Liguori. "This show has been a long-time in the making. I hope to cover all angles of the game and share fascinating perspectives on a sport so many of us are so passionate about."

Liguori is a sports radio and television broadcaster who covers the major U.S. golf tournaments, including the Masters, U.S. Open and PGA championship for WFAN and CBS Sports Radio Network. In addition, she contributes columns to WFAN.com throughout the golf season. Liguori previously hosted "Hey Liguori, What's the Story?' on WFAN. Liguori also hosted a prime-time series on The Golf Channel titled ‘Conversations with Ann Liguori' that aired for six years.

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