Where's Greggo? Well, if you got some radio skills, thick skin and a little desire he could be sitting right next to you.
How's that you ask? Think American Idol, spiced with sports. And instead of a trip to Hollywood you win a microphone alongside le Hammer.
Starting today through Feb. 1, Wilbarger Media is accepting applications to become Greg Williams' co-host on his newly developed syndicated afternoon drive-time sports program.
Yep, you heard that right.
Rules: Email (ESPN@gowolfe.com) or snailmail (Wilbarger Media, LLC 5801 Curzon STE 229 Fort Worth, Tx 76107 Attention: Sports Talk Idol) an air-check demo tape no longer than seven minutes. Include a sample of topics ranging from sports to pop culture to men's lifestyle bullshit.
Current radio sidekick John Clay Wolfe will review the candidates, narrow the choices to 20 personal interviews and then begin whittling down from the final 10 on The Show with John Clay and Greggo on Monday, March 1. Listeners will have a voice in the winner via voting at www.greggoshow.com.
To the winner? A regular, paid spot alongside Greggo and John Clay.
Gentlemen, start your personalites.
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