Legendary sports talk personality Bob McCown is the latest broadcaster to sign with SiriusXM Canada.
The Bob McCown Podcast, which the former Sportsnet host launched in May of 2020 after parting ways with the network a year earlier, will be featured in SiriusXM’s collection of podcast content. In addition, new episodes of the podcast will premiere first as shows on Canada Talks (channel 167) at 6 p.m. ET weekdays, starting today, before being made available on the SXM App and other major podcast platforms. SiriusXM says the collaboration will also include the creation of additional content.
“For over thirty years, Bob ‘Bobcat’ McCown has been an iconic figure in sports radio, making outstanding contributions to the industry and building the category in Canada,” said John Lewis, Senior Vice-President, Programming and Operations, SiriusXM Canada, in a release. “We are thrilled to have him share his sports commentary and opinions with SiriusXM Canada listeners as we work together to take our sports programming to the next level.”
“I’m very pleased to be working with the team at SiriusXM Canada to bring my podcast to their engaged subscribers,” added McCown. “I look forward to sharing new podcast content later this year and continuing to bring stories and conversations to SiriusXM’s Canadian sports fans.”
McCown is the latest broadcaster to join the Canada Talks lineup, which also includes retired CBC Chief Correspondent Peter Mansbridge, former Bell Media Ottawa personality Dahlia Kurtz, and veteran journalist and talk host Andrew Krystal.
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