PASR 009: The One With Jorge Sedano (Part 2)

Above is PASR 009: The One With Jorge Sedano (Part 2).

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“Talk show hosts–as egotistical as they can be–all have insecurities.” – Jorge Sedano

THIS IS PART TWO | If you haven’t visited Part One yet, click here.

ESPN Radio host Jorge Sedano is my host on this week’s podcast.  From his father expecting more from him, to being blackballed from the heritage sports station in his local market, to being turning into a program director and everywhere in between, Jorge has had a very interesting trek to what is now a daily solo show on ESPN Radio.

Jorge was very gracious with his time and was very open about how he got to where he is now.  So much so that we broke the interview up into two parts.  This is Part One of interview.

In Part Two, Jorge is open about just how fortunate he is to get to where he is (although he’s modest, it’s obvious that Jorge has the talent as well) and now and explains what makes radio hosts great, including some that he works with at ESPN Radio now.

Check out more of the show notes below to get a feel for what you will hear in this edition of The PASR.

I hope you enjoy and, as always, leave a comment to get out anything that this podcast had you thinking along the way.


  • Even though you must also have talent, Jorge talks about how there’s a lot of luck involved in being successful in sports radio.
  • Jorge talks about what he liked and disliked about being a program director on top of being a host for a short time… and how he’d never do it again.
  • Having been on both sides, Jorge gives his advice to program directors on how to manage talent.
  • Jorge says there is a common thread between all good sports talk hosts.
  • Jorge tells what’s his sports radio version of nails on a chalkboard is.
  • Jorge talks about what he can’t stand about himself in sports radio.
  • Jorge talks about what he would be doing as a career if he wasn’t in radio.



  • Jorge’s Sports Book Recommendations
    • Sports Talk by Alan Eisenstock: Get it here (I get a small commission if you buy the book through my link.  Thanks in advance.)
    • The Handoff: A Memoir of Two Guys, Sports and Friendship by ‘JT The Brick’: Get it here
  • Jorge on Twitter: @SedanoESPN


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Thanks for joining me again this week. Have something you’d like to share with me or Jorge? Leave a note in the comment section below!

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YOUR TURN: Hosts: Do you have any insecurities that you’d like to share?  Listeners: What, if any, insecurities can you sense in the hosts that you listen to?  Leave a comment with your answer below!

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