Who are the hosts of Pardon the Interruption?

Who are the hosts of Pardon the Interruption?

Tony Kornheiser, the longtime Washington Post sportswriter and columnist, is one of ESPN’s most popular on-air personalities as a co-host of Pardon the Interruption (PTI). Kornheiser and fellow Post sports columnist Michael Wilbon have co-hosted PTI (M-F, 5:30-6 p.m. ET) sincethe show’s debut on September 22, 2001.

Is Michael Wilbon married?

Sheryl WilbonMichael Wilbon / Spouse (m. 1997)

How much does Tony Kornheiser make a year?

Back in 2015, Tony’s annual ESPN salary was $5 million. By 2019 his salary had risen to $6 million which made him one of the highest-paid personalities in ESPN history.

What does ESPN pay Michael Wilbon?

What is Michael Wilbon’s salary per year? In 2015, it was reported that Wilbon earned $4 million per year as a result of his contract with ESPN. In 2019, it was reported that this figure had been boosted to $6 million per year, which put him on par with his PTI co-host Tony Kornheiser.

Did Erin Andrews dated Aaron Rodgers?

Back in 2010 when she was an ESPN reporter, Andrews allegedly dated NFL star, Aaron Rodgers. According to Essentially Sports, the two were rumored to be an item when the Green Bay Packers quarterback won his first Super Bowl.

Did Aaron Rodgers ever date Erin Andrews?

How long have Jim Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon been hosting PTI?

Kornheiser and his former Post sports colleague Michael Wilbon have co-hosted PTI for nearly 20 years – since the show’s debut on September 22, 2001.

Does PTI have a podcast?

PTI earned Sports Emmy awards in 2009, 2016 and 2017 in the Daily Studio category and the show is among the industry’s most-watched studio shows. Daily podcast editions of PTI are available, and Kornheiser and Wilbon have a segment that appears in the opening minutes of the 6 p.m. edition of SportsCenter that follows their show.

What is the origin of the PTI show?

The show has emanated from Washington, D.C. since its debut, as both Kornheiser and Wilbon were writing for The Washington Post at the time. The pair’s frequent arguments during their time at the Post are often cited (including by Wilbon himself) as both the antecedent and inspiration for PTI.

What happened to PTI?

Hear journalists, sportscasters and a longtime appreciator of the show – Barack Obama – reflect on the enduing impact of PTI. Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser celebrate their 20th anniversary of PTI. But they begin with Chris Taylor saving the Dodgers from elimination.