Maggie Gray forms one-third of WFAN’s “The Afternoon Drive With Carlin, Maggie and Bart,” which airs weekdays from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Gray was previously the lead anchor for all Sports Illustrated digital video productions and the co-host of the “Moose & Maggie” show on CBS Sports Radio, which was distributed to more than 200 stations across the country. After becoming SI’s first digital sports anchor in 2010, she became a pioneer in digital sports broadcasting and sports social media.
Gray has covered every major sports event, including the Super Bowl, Final Four, NBA, MLB, college football, NHL, horse racing, NASCAR, UFC and boxing. She has interviewed multiple transcendent sports figures of the past decade: Mike Tyson, Muhammad Ali, Mario Andretti, Russell Westbrook, Ernie Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Alex Rodriguez. Gray has also shown a dynamic ability to interact with the world outside of sports, covering Academy Award-winning actors and directors as well as comedians and musicians.
She also worked as a producer for Westwood One’s coverage of the Athens and Turin Olympics.
Prior to joining SI.com, Gray was a host, reporter and play-by-play announcer for the MSG Network, ESPN-U and MLB.com.
“I can only bring my point of view, and I’m really happy the people at WFAN realized that it’s kind of a different time now,” Gray said upon being hired for “The Afternoon Drive.” “Women are having a seat at the table — literal, figurative, all that stuff. I’m going to do the best I can and try not to take it as too much pressure to talk for every woman in New York City … but I will do my best.”