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Les Grobstein to get expanded overnight show on sport talk WSCR-AM

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Effective Oct. 25, CBS Radio Chicago's sports talk WSCR-AM (670) will end its delayed airing of the "Dan Patrick Show" from 1 to 4 a.m weekdays. In place of Patrick, WSCR talent Les Grobstein will do a new overnight show airing from midnight to 5 a.m. Grobstein has been with the Score on and off for 12 years. His most recent stint began two years ago. Grobstein had been doing a split-shift overnight show for WSCR that aired from 11 p.m to 1 a.m. and again from 4 a.m.to 5 a.m. Sources said the station likes Grobstein's work and wanted to give him more air time -- albeit in the wee hours of the morning.

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Les,congratulations on the new up coming show,one of the main reasons that i am a fan of wscr radio is due to the fact that the on air personalities can come back, management i hope liten to the listeners and i have been a fan of yours for years you have a wealth of information to share with listeners and i beleive that your time slot is perfect for what you due, and that is to engage in conversation with the listeners, and the listeners has more time to converse with you at that time of the day or nite. kee p up the good work,

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