• Michael Kay and Craig Carton have first salvo in new ratings war

    Michael Kay and Craig Carton have first salvo in new ratings war

    It is an Opening Day victory, nothing more, nothing less. Long-term, it may not foretell anything. But it is the first salvo. And it went to “The Michael Kay Show.” In Craig Carton’s
  • The Craig Carton-Evan Roberts dynamic can’t be like this

    The Craig Carton-Evan Roberts dynamic can’t be like this

    The thing about Craig Carton is it is always about Craig Carton. Always has been. Always will be. In his first full post-prison show on WFAN’s marquee, it was no different. Carton essentially
  • Craig Carton’s WFAN return ‘ruined’ by the mere mention of Mike Francesa

    Craig Carton’s WFAN return ‘ruined’ by the mere mention of Mike Francesa

    Craig Carton was mere minutes into the second act of his WFAN career when his new partner reminded him of an old foe. At the beginning of “Carton and Roberts,” which debuted Monday
  • WFAN pressure focused on Maggie Gray, Marc Malusis after Craig Carton shakeup

    WFAN pressure focused on Maggie Gray, Marc Malusis after Craig Carton shakeup

    WFAN’s midday show, “Moose & Maggie,” is safe for now, but the program will be on the clock in 2021, The Post has learned. With Craig Carton’s return to FAN after three years away,
  • Craig Carton remorseful and obnoxious in WFAN return

    Craig Carton remorseful and obnoxious in WFAN return

    In his first time on WFAN since being arrested three years ago, Craig Carton was a combination of apologetic and his old, obnoxious, entertaining self. After the official announcement on Thursday
  • The fall of Craig Carton: $30 million reveal ‘ruined what we had’

    The fall of Craig Carton: $30 million reveal ‘ruined what we had’

    Craig Carton’s rise and fall will soon be laid out for all to see in an HBO documentary. A trailer was released Thursday for “Wild Card: The Downfall of a Radio Loudmouth,” which will air on Oct. 9 and detail Carton’s journey from WFAN host to jail. Carton served a year in prison after he …
  • WFAN favorite to land Craig Carton as Philly station poses threat

    WFAN favorite to land Craig Carton as Philly station poses threat

    The potential comeback of Craig Carton to WFAN would rock the New York sports radio world, with Carton a worthy competitor to face-off with ESPN New York’s “The Michael Kay Show” for afternoon supremacy. And Carton’s return, after serving a year in prison for a ticket scam, is drawing closer. WFAN, according to sources, is …
  • Yankees voice John Sterling expects to return soon after blood infection scare

    Yankees voice John Sterling expects to return soon after blood infection scare

    After a four-day stay in the hospital, John Sterling, the radio voice of the Yankees, expects to return to calling games either Tuesday or Wednesday of this week. “Everything is cool,” Sterling told The Post. Sterling, 82, said he had an infection in his blood, which is why he ended up in the hospital. As …
  • Mike Francesa retiring again from daily WFAN show

    Mike Francesa retiring again from daily WFAN show

    This is it. Mike Francesa is retiring again from his daily WFAN show, he announced on Thursday’s program. Francesa, 66, will do his final half-hour show on Friday. “I want to spend more time with my family,” Francesa said on the air Thursday. He said it wasn’t a retirement. It seems conceivable he could do …
  • Sports media mailbag: Joe Benigno mailing it in as WFAN retirement feels near

    Sports media mailbag: Joe Benigno mailing it in as WFAN retirement feels near

    You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers & columnists to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: sports media. After the latest ratings book, how long until WFAN moves Benigno out the door? Going …