Catalon has worked as a sports anchor and reporter at WNYT for nearly 10 years. Earlier this year, he became part-time to allow for more freelance opportunities. He will officially sign off from the station July 19.
“It’s been a very special place to me, and they’ve always been so good to me. They could have blocked me off from these other opportunities that I had, but to the contrary,” Catalon told the Times Union.
At CBS Sports Network, he will call college football and basketball games.
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