Sid Rosenberg, the oft-troubled, talented sports radio host is headed back to New York on a regular basis.
Newsday reports Rosenberg, the former WFAN host and contributor, will be the weekday morning sports anchor at 1010 WINS.
The report says Rosenberg will be based in South Florida, where he does an afternoon talk show on WQAM.
Rosenberg, 43, had been a regular on the Imus in the Morning program and midday host at the ‘FAN.
While popular with fans, Rosenberg had several controversial moments on the Imus show. It boiled over for managment on September 12, 2005, when he failed to show up as host for the New York Giants pre-game show, although was spotted at an appearance for FHM in Atlantic City. WFAN execs gave Rosenberg the option to resign or be fired. He resigned.
Rosenberg continued to join Don Imus on the phone. Earlier this year, he returned to WFAN as an occasional host.
WINS and WFAN are owned by CBS Radio.
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