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Mark Simone is an Americanmarker radio personality who has been broadcasting for over thirty years. Currently, he can be heard on WABCmarker in New Yorkmarker.

Simone appears occasionally on CNN, MSNBC and PBS. He also occasionally fills in for other ABC Radio hosts such as Don Imus, Mark Levin and Sean Hannity.

He and New York Post columnist Linda Stasi co-host the weekly feature What a Week on NY1.

Radio career

1977–1979 - WPIX-FM 102 [New York]

1980–1982 - WMCA [New York] Simone did a daily comedy talk show from 8-10pm weekdays and 2-4pm on Saturdays.

1982–1992 - WNEW-AMmarker Simone hosted the afternoon show from 3-7pm. The program was a mix of celebrity interviews and music. WNEW ended after 58 years on air on December 11, 1992. Simone was its final host.

1986–1988 - Simone co-hosted a three-hour daily comedy show with Steve Allen on the NBC Radio network. The team did their last live show at WNEWmarker on March 18, 1988.

1990s - Simone co-hosted a two-hour nightly talk and interview show with Tom Snyder on the CBS Radio Network.

1999–present - WABCmarker Simone hosts a Saturday morning talk show (7-10am) and the Saturday Night Oldies show (6-10pm) which combines 50s, 60s and 70s music, interviews and features. In July 2009, the show was renamed Saturday Night, features newer music along with the oldies and a wider range of guests from the entertainment world. The show is heard from 6pm to 9pm.

Miscellaneous

Simone sits on the board of directors of the Police Athletic League of New Yorkmarker.[220267]

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