In the summer of 2003, he was given his first radio program. Continuing his quick ascent, by 2004 Carlin was given his first regularly-scheduled program, during the overnight shift. In 2005, he became the sports reporter for the nationally syndicated Imus in the Morning radio program.
In addition to his WFAN duties Carlin has also done on-site reporting of a variety of events, including covering the AFC team in the last three Super Bowls.
Carlin is well known among Rutgers fans for his play-by-play announcing of Scarlet Knight games on the Rutgers Football Radio Network. Carlin is now in his third year on the sidelines for Scarlet Knight broadcasts.
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