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Charly Arnolt completes move from WWE to ESPN

Charly Arnolt has gone from ESPN part-timer to a full-time employee in three short years.

Arnolt signed a multiyear extension that will continue to see her as the backup host for “First Take” as well as having a significant role in other network programming. It also means Arnolt’s time at World Wrestling Entertainment — where she first gained attention as host and “Raw” backstage interviewer Charly Caruso — has officially ended.

Arnolt, who was with WWE since 2016, did not appear on “Raw” programming for most of March, which increased speculation about her future until the ESPN announcement was made.

“The climb for me happened a bit quicker than I anticipated and I’m so happy about that because it really shows how much ESPN believes in me and is willing to give me those opportunities,” Arnolt said during a phone interview. “It’s very hard to put into words how happy

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ESPN’s latest SportsCenter shakeup sees Sage Steele move to noon ET show, Elle Duncan head to 6 p.m. ET

There are some further changes ahead for ESPN’s SportsCenter lineup. As per a release from ESPN’s Andy Hall Tuesday, Sage Steele (who had been co-hosting the 6 p.m. ET SportsCenter alongside Kevin Neghandi since mid-2018, filling the slot previously held by Jemele Hill and Michael Smith’s SC6) will now shift to the noon Eastern SportsCenter alongside Matt Barrie after the College Football Playoff. The regular spot alongside Barrie had been held by Elle Duncan (seen at left above), who went out on maternity leave earlier this month; when she returns in February, she’s now set to join Neghandi on the 6 p.m. SC. Here’s more from that release, which also mentions that Steele (seen at right above) is set to launch a new “periodic interview program” on ESPN+:



Elle Duncan, Sage Steele posing for the camera: Elle Duncan and Sage Steele.


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Elle Duncan and Sage Steele.

Sage Steele will move to the noon ET edition

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‘The Dan Patrick Show’ to Move From YouTube to Peacock

Dan Patrick is following fellow sports journalist Rich Eisen to Peacock.

The two former “SportsCenter” hosts will be reunited — in that they’ll air their shows on the same platform — when “The Dan Patrick Show” moves from YouTube to Peacock beginning on Aug. 24. “The Dan Patrick Show” is currently airing on YouTube (as well as SiriusXM channel 211, where it will continue), and before that had aired on NBCSN.

The show will officially move off YouTube after Aug. 28. Eisen’s self-titled show will move to Peacock beginning in October.

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“I’m thrilled to be coming back home to Peacock and the NBC family to continue the show with the Danettes and the rest of my talented team,” Dan Patrick said. “A huge factor in partnering with Peacock is that our loyal fans can

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