The station is becoming an affiliate of the new CBS Sports Radio network, and Kattengell will be "The Ticket"'s sports director, as well as the station's afternoon drive-time host.
"The Sports Hangover" will follow "The Jim Rome Show" Monday through Friday, going head-to-head in the afternoon against the longtime market sports leader, WWL-AM's "Sports Talk" with Bobby Hebert and Deke Bellavia.
CBS Sports Radio will officially launch Jan. 3 at more than 100 stations around the country, and has just finalized its national lineup.
With New Orleans ramping up for Super Bowl XLVII — which will air on CBS — Kattengell will be reporting from the heart of preparations for the big game on the radio, in Gambit every week and here on the Blog of New Orleans as part of our planned Super Bowl coverage.
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