A former CNN anchor who made a spectacular exit from the cable network last fall — following a radio rant about Jews and Jon Stewart — is in discussions to co-host a syndicated bilingual talk show, reports TVNewser.com.
Rick Sanchez, who is Cuban-American, would have equity in the deal, and would tape the program from the Cardozo Hotel in Miami’s South Beach, the story says. The show would be taped in both English and Spanish.
Emilio Estefan, the husband and manager of Gloria Estefan, would also be involved in the project, which would feature live music, the piece notes.
It was recently reported that Sanchez had landed a radio job as color analyst for Florida International University’s football team.
Here’s our original report about the radio rant that got Sanchez fired from CNN.