More than two months into their audition, The Herald’s Ethan Skolnick and ESPN’s Israel Gutierrez have been offered the permanent afternoon drive slot on 790 The Ticket. But Gutierrez could not agree on financial terms with the Ticket and tells us that he has left the show, although he hasn’t completely ruled out a return if the station raises its offer.
Skolnick, who remains in negotiations with The Ticket, might be paired with Chris Wittyngham or someone else from 4 to 7 p.m.
The ratings for Skolnick/Gutierrez jumped from a 1.3 share in September to a 3.0 in November in the key male 25 to 54 demographic group.
### NBC 6 news/sports anchor Adam Kuperstein has joined The Ticket as a part-time host, beginning 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday, when he works alongside Josh Friedman.
Kuperstein did good work as a WQAM host before the station eliminated his show in July when it decided to go to four four-hour programs.
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