Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Parker Leaving 'In the House'

Posted By on Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 10:01 PM

Glenn Parker announced on his afternoon show on Wednesday, Oct. 12, that he'll be leaving In the House, the local sports-talk show broadcast weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m., next week.

Parker founded the program along with Dean Greenberg. When Greenberg left, Kevin Woodman stepped in as co-host. Parker, Woodman and Rob Lantz have hosted the show in its most recent form, with Woodman and Lantz handling the three o'clock hour when the show expanded its time slot a couple of months ago.

Parker is involved in numerous sports broadcasting projects that require significant travel. This weekend, he will be in Pullman, Wash., to broadcast a football game before traveling to New York City for a college football show on Versus.

His last show on KCUB AM 1290 is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 19. Woodman and Lantz are expected to handle hosting duties beyond that.


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