Jock Shock: WEEI’s Jason Wolfe Punchout

The local dailies turn a quick double play today in their coverage of the shakeup at former sportstalk powerhouse WEEI.

Start with the Boston Herald, which goes all Page One over the firing of longtime WEEI VP of programming/operations  Jason Wolfe – except it’s really about Gerry Callahan, a WEEL morning drive personality and a sports columnist for the feisty local tabloid in his spare time

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The inside story . . .

Read the rest at It’s Good t Live in a Two-Daily Town.

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One Response to Jock Shock: WEEI’s Jason Wolfe Punchout

  1. Laurence Glavin says:

    Towards the end of the play “MacBeth”, MacBeth himself ponders the joys of life that would be dened him for his, um, misdeeds. For the Herald’s Howie Carr, there’s NOTHING that brings him more joy and exultation than the misfortune of others. On his Twitter(tm) feed, he unburdens himself of an endless outpouring of insults directed at Jason Wolfe, just as he did when Mike Barnicle was let go by the Globe. Portions of this skein of diatribes was printed in the Herald. There seems to be a touch of a psychopath in Carr’s makeup.

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