Bill Pidto currently serves as a studio host for New York Knicks telecasts on MSG Networks, as well as host of the New York Emmy Award-winning ‘MSG 150’ that airs during Knicks and Rangers games.
During his time at MSG Networks, Pidto has also previously served as a studio host for Rangers telecasts and as host of a weeknight talk show, an expanded version of the ‘MSG 150’. In 2021, he won a New York Emmy Award for best sports anchor.
Prior to joining MSG Networks, Pidto was an anchor at ESPN from 1993 to 2008, where he hosted programs such as ‘SportsCenter,’ ‘NHL 2Night,’ ‘NFL Primetime,’ ‘Baseball Tonight’ and ‘SportsSmash’ in the inaugural year of ESPN2.
Pidto’s early broadcasting experience includes stints with New England Cable News and local stations in New York including WBNG-TV in Binghamton, WSTM-TV in Syracuse and WVBR-FM radio in Ithaca. He graduated from Cornell University in 1987.