MSG Networks today announced that Keiana Martin will be joining its roster of on-air talent hosts. A current MLB Network host and former San Francisco 49ers senior reporter, Martin will be regularly featured across MSG Networks’ lineup of sports betting programming throughout the NFL, NBA and NHL seasons.
Martin will serve as the new host of Odds with Ends, the network’s weekly football betting show that will air every Friday throughout the NFL season. Martin will be joined each week by former Jets safety and nine-year NFL veteran Erik Coleman and sports betting expert Sean Little, as they dive deep into the latest betting action across the league. Odds with Ends, which launched last year, returns for season two on Friday, August 26th at 5:00pm ET. Martin will also appear across the network’s other sports betting shows during the NBA and NHL seasons, as well as on its alternateBetCast coverage, which features sports-betting focused simulcasts of Knicks games.
A rotating mix of contributors are expected to join Odds with Ends throughout the season, including former Giants wide receiver and Super Bowl Champion David Tyree and Bally Sports reporter Sarina Morales. The former Giants star previously served as a host during the show’s debut season.
Additionally, The Bettor Half Hour and The Betting Exchange have returned to MSG Networks, Monday through Thursday at 5:00pm ET and 5:30pm ET, respectively.
The Bettor Half Hour host Alex Monaco continues to provide viewers with a breakdown of his top picks and a fast-paced, energetic look across the sports betting landscape; while Erik Coleman, Sean Little and Jeff Johnson headline the return of The Betting Exchange, alongside a rotating cast of contributors that includes Tyree, Morales, sports media personalities Harrison Sanford and Arash Markazi, sports betting experts Minty Bets and Adam Ronis, WNBA insider Khristina Williams and more.
The complete sports betting lineup airing on MSG Networks is also available to watch on MSG GO, the network’s live streaming and video on demand platform.