FOX Sports radio host Clay Travis has reported that Bomani Jones’ radio show, The Right Time, is being canceled by ESPN due to poor ratings.

Travis tweeted that a source told him The Right Time has the worst ratings in ESPN radio history.

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The Right Time airs from 4 to 7 p.m. Eastern Monday through Friday. Jones has a new TV debuting in January with Pablo Torre.

It should be noted that Travis and Jones aren’t big fans of each other, and Travis often takes shots at Jones and ESPN for the company’s supposed “liberal bias.” So if the tweet from Travis seem insulting, they probably are.

The company very well could want Jones to focus on the TV show, and it might be tough to balance radio and TV every day.

ESPN hasn’t said what show will replace The Right Time, and they haven’t made a statement yet on the cancellation.

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