By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Wingo was the odd-man out with the new programing schedule. There was no role for him after previously serving as a radio host of the ‘Golic & Wingo’ show in the mornings.
That show did not live up to the expectations that ESPN had for it. The ‘Golic & Wingo’ show followed the ‘Mike & Mike’ show that was a hit.
“I can barely remember a day, which didn’t involve working side-by-side with this guy,” ESPN’s Vice President Production Seth Markman said in a Twitter post. “Trey Wingo has been an incredible teammate and friend for more than two decades. On [Wednesday], his last day at ESPN, I along with many others, salute him and wish him all the best in his next chapter.
The 57-year-old joined the World Wide Leader in Sports in 1997.He worked for the company from 1997 through 2020.
Wingo served in multi-capacities during his tenure at the sports company. He was a SportsCenter anchor, a play-by-play announcer for the Arena Football League, NFL Live host, NFL PrimeTime host, and Who’s No. 1?.
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Before joining ESPN, Wingo worked at NBC News at Sunrise in New York, WMGC-TV in Binghamton, New York, WFMZ-TV in Allentown, Pennsylvania, WICZ-TV in Binghamton, and KSDK-TV in St. Louis, Missouri.
Wingo comes from a family, who has been in the media company. His father Hal Wingo was the founding editor of People magazine.
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