Marty Brenneman signs off
Our panel discusses Mary Magdalen House, P&G's new ads on racial diversity, traffic speed cameras, new details on Blink, and more.
At 39:15 , Brian is then joined by WCPO sports director John Popovich to discuss Marty Brennaman and his retirement after spending 46 years as the radio voice of the Cincinnati Reds.
"All I had to do was walk up the street," Popovich recalled. "I would hear Marty on the front porch, next house you could hear it blaring from the back porch."
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