33 Facts About The Tony Kornheiser Show

1. In 2012, The Tony Kornheiser Show was ranked No 8 in the list of the 100 most important sports talk radio hosts in America compiled by Talkers Magazine.

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2. The Tony Kornheiser Show was a finalist for the 1997 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary.

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3. The Tony Kornheiser Show responded in an interview by saying: "If he thinks I'm no good, he wouldn't be the first.

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4. In March 2010, The Tony Kornheiser Show commented: "The last time I looked, the roads were made for automobiles.

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5. The Tony Kornheiser Show was a member of the Young Democrats club while in high school.

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6. The Tony Kornheiser Show currently resides in the Chevy Chase neighborhood of Washington, DC, as well as Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, with his wife Karril.

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7. In June 2016, The Tony Kornheiser Show participated in the roast of political commentator and strategist James Carville.

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8. The Tony Kornheiser Show had a cameo appearance as a bar patron in a 2015 episode of The Americans.

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9. On January 9, 2007, The Tony Kornheiser Show told Newsday, "If they would like to have me back, my inclination is that I would like to do it again.

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10. The Tony Kornheiser Show returned for a second season of Monday Night Football.

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11. On September 6, 2016, The Tony Kornheiser Show returned from his summer vacation with the first full episode of the new podcast.

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12. On June 2, 2016, The Tony Kornheiser Show announced that his show will be relaunched as a podcast-only show.

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13. On May 14, 2008, it was announced that The Tony Kornheiser Show had accepted a buyout from the Post.

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14. In 2005, The Tony Kornheiser Show started to write short columns called A Few Choice Words with his photo in the Post's Sports Section.

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15. In 1991, The Tony Kornheiser Show created a string of now-famous Bandwagon columns to describe the Washington Redskins' Super Bowl run that year.

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16. The Tony Kornheiser Show began his career in New York City, where he wrote for Newsday between 1970 and 1976.

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17. On June 2, 2016, The Tony Kornheiser Show announced that his show will be relaunched as a podcast-only show on September 6, 2016.

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18. The Tony Kornheiser Show is available immediately after airing via podcast on iTunes.

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19. The Tony Kornheiser Show said in a statement, "I have loved every minute on the radio at WTEM, but I felt it was time to pursue a new and appealing challenge.

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20. On May 18, 2009, ESPN announced that The Tony Kornheiser Show stepped down from the Monday Night Football booth and was replaced by former Oakland Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Jon Gruden, which swirled a lot of rumors where Kornheiser would host a radio show.

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21. The Tony Kornheiser Show aired his dislike of the current 3WT voiceover guy on the January 22, 2008 edition of the show.

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22. The Tony Kornheiser Show vowed to return to WTWP in 2008 and "do the radio seriously.

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23. The Tony Kornheiser Show was broadcast on a long-form talk radio station, Kornheiser was not required to focus primarily on sports.

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24. The Tony Kornheiser Show spent time in the months before the tournament, which he dubbed "The First and Last Annual Nerds in Paradise Golf Closed Invitational", trying to make deals with golf courses and hotels in the Washington DC area for the best deal.

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25. The Internet The Tony Kornheiser Show was a forum of real emotions from real people engaging in informal conversations, and would regularly contain explicit topics and foul language.

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26. In late 2001, The Tony Kornheiser Show decided to leave the microphones on when his show went to a commercial break, as a treat to his internet radio listeners.

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27. The Tony Kornheiser Show responded to Rome's attack by his usual sarcastic humor.

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28. The Tony Kornheiser Show voiced his displeasure on the air, attacked Kornheiser and demanded WTEM give him his third hour back.

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29. The Tony Kornheiser Show always ended his radio show by saying "If you're out on your bike tonight, do wear white" as a tribute to the Rolling Stones.

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30. Late in this tenure, The Tony Kornheiser Show started to read emails from his listeners.

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31. The Tony Kornheiser Show needed to focus on writing his Style column in the Washington Post weekly, he usually did not host the show on Thursdays.

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32. In 2012, The Tony Kornheiser Show was ranked No 8 as the 100 most important sports talk radio hosts in America by Talkers Magazine.

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33. The Tony Kornheiser Show appeared on XM Satellite Radio between February 28, 2005 and April 28, 2006, between March 5, 2007 and June 28, 2007, and between January 21, 2008 and June 27, 2008.

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