Bernstein – who has been hosting solo since Leah Ramini left to become a full-time sports anchor at NBC 5 (WMAQ), is currently on from 9 a.m. to noon. With the move, Mike Mulligan’s and David Haugh’s morning show is expanding an hour to 10 a.m.
Both Bernstein and Holmes are long-time personalities at WSCR; Bernstein since 1995 and Holmes since 1998, when he was a producer for the late Les Grobstein. Holmes previously had been hosting early afternoons, from 12 p.m.- 2 p.m. This is the first time both men have been paired together.
Rahimi’s weekly Wednesday appearances on WSCR with Bernstein, and now with Holmes, will continue.
In addition, WSCR has shifted Gabe Ramirez to evening host when there are no sporting events scheduled. WSCR has rights to Chicago Cubs and Chicago Bulls games and the Westwood One NFL radio package. Employed by Audacy since 2008 (when it was known as CBS Radio), Ramirez was a part of sister station B96’s morning show until last year.