“The talented Bill Reiter will bring a fresh new voice and an energizing perspective to CBS Sports Radio’s already stellar line-up featuring the best sports talk shows and personalities around,” said Eric Spitz, Director, Programming, CBS Sports Radio. “His candid commentary and keen analysis will be a welcome addition to the network.”
Added Reiter, “I'm thrilled to join the most dynamic sports talk network in the country, and to expand what we've built on the digital side to a five-day-a-week national audience. The show is going to be everything sports fans want – honest, smart, funny, entertaining, and full of great guests. For years, I’ve been a huge fan and listener of the incredible talent that’s made CBS Sports Radio a must-listen. It’s an honor and incredibly exciting to be able to call those great radio hosts colleagues. I can’t wait to join the team.”
Today’s announcement follows the recent news regarding daypart moves for “Tiki and Tierney” and “The DA Show,” along with a live simulcast of “Tiki and Tierney” on CBS Sports Network.
Beginning Monday, April 17, the new CBS Sports Radio weekday line-up* will be as follows:
6 AM “Gio and Jones” with Gregg Giannotti and Brian Jones
9 AM “The DA Show” 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
12N “The Jim Rome Show”
3 PM “Tiki and Tierney”
6 PM “Reiter Than You”
10 PM “Ferrall on the Bench” with Scott Ferrall
2 AM “After Hours with Amy Lawrence”
Bill Reiter is a writer and sports personality for CBS Sports. He hosts “Reiter Than You,” CBS Sports’ first live primetime digital show, and is the national columnist for CBSSports.com. “Reiter Than You” continues to air on CBS Sports digital platforms in addition to CBS Sports Radio.
Before emerging as a well-known national sports columnist and television personality, Reiter was a Miami Heat beat columnist during LeBron James' first season with the Heat. Reiter began his career in newspapers, writing for the Kansas City Star, Des Moines Register, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Chicago Tribune. Reiter's coverage has focused on a wide range of sports and topics, including the NBA, the NFL, Major League Baseball, UFC, the London Olympics, Super Bowls, feature writing and more. He graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism in 2000.
*All times are Eastern. Schedule is subject to change.