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Posted at 9:38 AM ET, 11/29/2010

Steve Czaban signs two-year deal with Red Zebra Broadcasting

By Cindy Boren

Steve Czaban has signed a new deal with Red Zebra Broadcasting that will keep him doing "The Sports Reporters" for ESPN 980 through 2012, Red Zebra has announced.

"Washington D.C. is my hometown," Czaban said in a statement released by Red Zebra. "Being able to live and work here makes me more excited than Tiger Woods at a Miss Hawaiian Tropics contest."

Chuck Sapienza, director of programming, said in a statement: "Czabe is as talented a sports talk personality as there is in the country. having Steve with us for the next two years solidifies afternoon drive for the station."

By Cindy Boren  | November 29, 2010; 9:38 AM ET
 
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WTEM 980 should carry his morning show instead of Mike and Mike. They are horrible.

Posted by: jpg63 | November 29, 2010 1:52 PM | Report abuse

Oh joy, another two years of Czaban and his stooge, Pollen slobbering over the Redskins every day of the year while going out their way to denigrate and ignore all things related to the Capitals.

Posted by: Liebercreep | November 30, 2010 2:21 AM | Report abuse

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