Broadcasters In Sexism Scandal Get Radio Show

LONDON (AP) - The soccer broadcasters who left the British TV station Sky Sports after they were caught making sexist remarks have been hired by a sports radio show.

Richard Keys and Andy Gray will work a three-hour show every weekday for the London-based show TalkSport. Keys says "this is the start of something new and exciting for Andy and myself."

TalkSport was the outlet used by Keys last month to apologize for making derogatory comments about lineswoman Sian Massey, West Ham executive Karren Brady and a former girlfriend of player-turned-commentator Jamie Redknapp.

Keys resigned but Gray was fired after footage of him emerged making a suggestive comment toward fellow presenter Charlotte Jackson. Gray already had been caught mocking Massey.

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