- Sep 10, 2017
Yeah if this was 15+ years in the past when Sal and Bill were co-writers on the Kimmel show with Sal not doing much else and Bill less than halfway through his ESPN run, it would have been appealing for sure. But Bill is rolling in Spotify cash and Sal has several jobs that bring in good money from all appearances. The desire of either of them to do terrestrial radio seems nil, they have a lot of fun with the freedom of a podcast together and would probably continue to do that once a week even at minimal pay since their other "day jobs" are lucrative.I'm sure they both love it in LA --- but Bill and Sal would be "perfect" to replace the hole at NY's WFAN that was left the day 'Mike and the Mad Dog' ceased working as a team.
I mean - that timeslot, covering all the sports and pop-culture, during the midday in New York (simulcast via cable or DirecTV?) couldn't be more ideal.