ESPN Audio Fact Sheet
About ESPN Audio:
ESPN Audio is comprised of ESPN Radio – the nation’s largest sports radio network and home of more than one-half of all sports listenership – ESPNRadio.com and ESPN Podcasts.
ESPN Radio, which launched January 1, 1992, provides more than 9,000 hours of talk and event content annually, reaching more than 32 million listeners per week on approximately 500 stations – including more than 400 full-time affiliates and clearance in the top 25 markets. ESPN Radio national programming is also available on SiriusXM and via digital distributors Apple Music, iHeartRadio and TuneIn.
ESPN Audio launched its first podcast in 2005 and is a leader in the sports genre – in 2020 ESPN Podcasts were downloaded a record 499.3 million times by on average an estimated 4.8 million listeners a month – with more than 35 original offerings, plus shows from ESPN Radio and television. Offerings focus on “sports passions” (NFL, NBA, MLB, etc.), storytelling (30 for 30 and ESPN Daily) and compelling personalities (including The Right Time with Bomani Jones, That’s What She Said with Sarah Spain and Jalen & Jacoby). ESPN’s podcasts are available wherever you download your podcasts and on ESPN.com.
ESPN Radio play-by-play lineup
ESPN Radio has a robust lineup of over 300 live event broadcasts every year featuring NFL out-of-market Sunday afternoon games, MLB games including regular season and every Postseason game through the World Series, NBA regular season plus NBA Playoffs and NBA Finals matchups, regular season college football and basketball, the College Football Playoff, the ACC and Pac-12 college football championship games and the ACC college basketball tournament.
ESPN Radio weekday lineup
|6 a.m.||Keyshawn, JWill & Max
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, Max Kellerman
|Noon||Fitz & Harry
Jason Fitz, Harry Douglas
|3 p.m.||Canty & Carlin
Chris Canty, Chris Carlin
|7 p.m.||Joe & Amber
Joe Fortenbaugh, Amber Wilson
|9 p.m.||Freddie & Fitzsimmons
Freddie Coleman, Ian Fitzsimmons