ESPN Audio Debuts “Sports? with Katie Nolan”; Podcast Features Actor Adam Pally as First Guest

ESPN Audio

ESPN Audio Debuts “Sports? with Katie Nolan”; Podcast Features Actor Adam Pally as First Guest

ESPN Audio launched a new podcast called “Sports? with Katie Nolan” with the Emmy-winning sports personality. This is a weekly podcast that Nolan describes as curious and fun. Guests will include sports fans from all sorts of industries: comedy, film, television, and who knows, maybe even science. Nolan’s first guest is Adam Pally, the actor, comedian and writer who is most widely known for starring as Max Blum in the ABC comedy series Happy Endings and as Dr. Peter Prentice in The Mindy Project, and who is currently starring in the off-Broadway play Cardinal.

“I’m excited to get back to podcasting because it’s such an authentic platform that allows me to talk freely about sports and the things that interest me as a fan in a way that other sports programming often doesn’t,” said Nolan. “The question mark in the name is there to indicate that, like most conversations in the real world, we will inevitably wander off topic into things that interest me or my guests. I look forward to bringing listeners along with me on this convoluted journey through my brain.”

The podcast is available now to subscribe and listen in the ESPN App, at the ESPN PodCenter and via the Apple iTunes store.

Nolan joined ESPN last October and continues to appear across multiple platforms in a variety of projects. She is a regular host of SportsCenter on Snap, and recently co-hosted a live Twitter show prior to the Titan vs. Chiefs NFL Wild Card game. She also contributed to the MegaCast for the College Football Playoff National Championship Presented by AT&T as part of The Cool Room – NYC, though she would like us to mention here that she didn’t approve of that name and does not think she’s cool.


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