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Houston (CBS Houston)– Sean Pendergast has been named Sports Radio 610 (KILT) afternoon host beginning on Friday, January 3, 2014, it was announced today by Ryan McCredden, program director for the station. Pendergast joins Rich Lord as anchors of the CBS RADIO station’s 2:00-6:00PM program broadcast on-air, online at http://www.sportsradio610.com and via the Radio.com app for a variety of mobile devices.

Pendergast comes to Sports Radio 610 from 1560 KGOW in Houston where he has worked since 2007, hosting afternoons for the past year.

“I couldn’t be more thrilled to bring Sean to 610 and have him join our lineup,” said McCredden. “He is a true pro with a loyalty and passion for Houston sports that is unrivaled. As a team, Sean and Rich Lord will present a fun, and informative experience for the everyday Houston sports fan.”

Added Pendergast, “In a city with a crowded sports dial, 610’s lineup and programming are the gold standard. This is a great opportunity, and I’m looking forward to working with Rich, interacting with a captive audience and sharing opinions on our local teams.”

In related news, CBS RADIO today announced that Josh Innes has been named as evening host at SportsRadio 94WIP in Philadelphia, one of the nation’s first all-sports radio stations and the flagship home for Eagles football and broadcast partner for Phillies baseball game broadcasts. Innes had hosted afternoons on Sports Radio 610 for the past three years. His last day on the air will be today.

“Josh has been a great team player,” said McCredden. “We are all proud of the work he has done here in Houston, and congratulate him on this exciting new chapter in his career.”

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For more information contact Ryan McCredden at rmccredden@cbs.com

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