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WEEI Revamps Their Afternoon Drive-Time Show

Starting on Feb. 28, Michael Holley and Glenn Ordway will team up for an afternoon drive-time show called The Big Show with Glenn Ordway and Michael Holley.

The program will air from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. EST on WEEI in Boston and feature two of Boston’s most respected and entertaining personalities.

“We have one mission at WEEI, and that is to give our loyal listeners the most entertaining and informative sports radio experience that we can provide,” said Julie Kahn, Vice President and Market Manager at Entercom New England. “Our new programming lineup will carry on the 20-year tradition that we’ve built: The source for news, commentary and entertainment for the true Boston sports fan.”

Ordway was named Program Director of Sports Radio 850 WEEI in June of 1995 and launched The Big Show. Holley has been at WEEI since March 2005 after a successful career in print and broadcast.

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Donovan McNabb Working With ESPN At Super Bowl XLV

In what could be a sign of things to come, Washington Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb will serve as a guest analyst during ESPN’s Super Bowl XLV coverage.

“We’re excited to have Donovan back on ESPN as a part of our Super Bowl coverage,” said ESPN senior coordinating producer Stephanie Druley. “We worked with him in previous years and he always has strong opinions and great insights on the game, the teams and especially the quarterback position.”

McNabb previously worked with ESPN during their coverage of Super Bowl XLIII two years ago in Tampa. He joins New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton as one of the 30 ESPN analysts that will be in Texas.