What Are Some Shows on ESPN Radio?


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ESPN Radio carries "Mike and Mike," "The Dan Lebatard Show with Stugotz," "Rusillo and Kanell," "Jalen & Jacoby" and "The Sedano Show." The east coast drive time show "Mike and Mike" is hosted by Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic. From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Eastern, Dan LeBatard covers drive time for the West Coast. "The Right Time" with Bomani Jones covers the after-work hours. Overnight listeners can tune into the Freddie Coleman show..

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As of 2015, roughly 60 percent of the American sports listening audience tunes into one of ESPN's syndicated shows. In an average week, it reaches 20 million listeners through its 500 affiliates and three owned-and-operated stations.Some of the ESPN radio shows are also simulcast on its cable counterpart.

Broadcasting out the network's headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, the ESPN lineup covers stories with national appeal and a broad range of topics. Each show covers the major U.S. sports of baseball, football, hockey and basketball. Several of the hosts have a specialty or sport they have a particular interest in, but the average episode touches on nearly every sport. There is also a special Saturday program that strictly covers college football. ESPN strives to present a product palatable to as wide an audience as possible, and actively promotes family friendly material.

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