ESPN’s The Right Time with Bomani Jones Expands to Three Times per Week

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ESPN’s The Right Time with Bomani Jones Expands to Three Times per Week

Domonique Foxworth Joins New Friday Episode

Beginning this week, The Right Time with Bomani Jones podcast has expanded from two shows per week to three, publishing on a Monday-Wednesday-Friday basis.  The move follows a very strong 2020, despite the pandemic, in which it led ESPN’s original podcasts by nearly doubling its downloads.

The episodes that have been on Tuesdays, featuring Bomani’s commentary on the sports news of the week, his banter with producer Gabe Basayne, and the popular “If You Haven’t Heard” segment, is now on Mondays.  The Thursday interview-based podcasts are shifting to Wednesdays.

The new Friday addition will feature weekly conversations with The Undefeated’s Domonique Foxworth, whose previous visits have been some of the most popular episodes from both download and social media engagement perspective.  The former NFL cornerback – who was president of the NFL Players Association and later earned an MBA from Harvard – can be seen and heard across television, radio, podcasts and more.  That includes appearing twice per week on Highly Questionable and twice on Get Up.  He joined The Undefeated as a writer and contributor in 2016.

“The last year has been great for The Right Time, so I’m glad we can give more to our listeners,” said Jones.  “I also can’t wait to follow through on something those listeners have long wanted, a weekly spot with Domonique, one of the most intelligent and entertaining talents at this company.”

Foxworth added, “I’m grateful to be granted a seat on this rocket ship.”

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Dave Nagle

As I write this on 11-11-21, it's now 35 years for me at ESPN, the only real job I’ve ever had. I joined merely to help with the upcoming America’s Cup in Australia. I was told it would be for three months at all of $5.50 per hour. I like to say I simply kept showing up. I’ve worked on almost every sport, plus answered viewer calls and letters (people used to write!), given tours, written the company newsletter and once drove NASCAR’s Jeff Gordon to the local airport. My travels have been varied…I’ve been to Martinsville, Darlington, Indy and Super Bowls; the America’s Cup (all 3) in San Diego and College GameDay in the sport’s meccas such as Eugene, Auburn, Lubbock, Stillwater and more; the NBA Finals, Wimbledon (16 times and counting) and the “other Bristol,” the one with a race track in Tennessee. These days, my main areas are tennis, UFC, boxing, network-wide ratings (by month/quarter/year), and corporate communications documents, including fact sheets, chronologies, lists and nearly 35 of the Year in Review press releases. UPDATE EXACTLY ONE YEAR LATER: Today, November 11, 2022, I am retiring from ESPN -- 36 years to the day I began. As I ride off into the sunset – top down and E Street Radio blaring – I do so with so many wonderful memories, proud of my contributions and a heart full of gratitude for the opportunity. 
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