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This listing of radio stations that are branded as ESPN Radio is an incomplete sampling of major markets (as of November 2020). The full list of "full-time" affiliates (not all of which are branded "ESPN Radio") can be found here.[1]


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Auburn, Alabama ESPN 106.7 Auburn High School baseball and basketball, carries also on 94.3 HD3.
Birmingham, Alabama Jox 2: ESPN 100.5 Birmingham affiliate for Auburn Tigers football and men's basketball
Decatur, Alabama ESPN Radio 1400 Alabama Crimson Tide Football, High School Football.
Florence, Alabama ESPN Radio 93.9 Atlanta Braves affiliate, Alabama Crimson Tide Sports Network
Huntsville, Alabama 97.7 The Zone Carries Army Black Knight Football University of Alabama Huntsville Basketball games, High School Football, NCAA and NFL football games, and the NCAA Basketball Tournament.


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Anchorage, Alaska 550 The Zone Flagship station of University of Alaska Anchorage Seawolves hockey, Seattle Mariners baseball
Soldotna, Alaska ESPN 1140
Fairbanks, Alaska 820 Sports


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Flagstaff, Arizona ESPN 104.7 FM / AM 600
Phoenix, Arizona Arizona Sports 98.7 Flagship station of Phoenix Suns, Arizona Cardinals, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Arizona State Sun Devils; local games move over to KTAR-FM in case of scheduling conflict
Tucson, Arizona ESPN Radio 1490 The Fan Affiliate of Arizona Diamondbacks baseball; Phoenix Suns basketball


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Bentonville, Arkansas ESPN Radio 1290 Arkansas Razorbacks sports
Fayetteville, Arkansas ESPN Radio 99.5 Arkansas Razorbacks sports
Fort Smith, Arkansas ESPN Radio 96.3 carries Arkansas razorback football, baseball, and basketball.
Little Rock, Arkansas 103.7 The Buzz Dallas Cowboys football affiliate, Arkansas Razorbacks sports, High School Football


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Los Angeles/Orange County, California Angels Radio AM 830 ("In Association with ESPN") Owned by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Consequently, they are the team's flagship station. Also the flagship for the Anaheim Ducks, an affiliate for the Notre Dame and San Diego State Aztecs football and basketball. DRAKE Graham hosts the station's afternoon show.
Bakersfield, California ESPN Radio 1230 Affiliate of the Los Angeles Rams, Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Anaheim Ducks, USC Trojans football and basketball and Notre Dame Fighting Irish football.
Clovis, California ESPN Radio 790 Affiliate of the Oakland Athletics
Eureka, California ESPN Radio 92.7 / 1340 Flagship station of the Humboldt State Lumberjacks
Fresno, California 1430 ESPN Radio Affiliate of the Los Angeles Lakers, San Francisco 49ers, San Francisco Giants, and San Jose Sharks
Los Angeles, California ESPN LA 710 West Coast ESPN Radio flagship. Los Angeles Lakers & Los Angeles Rams flagship station. Also airs select Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim games in a partnership with Angels-owned flagship KLAA (AM)
Sacramento, California ESPN 1320 AM affiliate of San Francisco 49ers
San Luis Obispo, California ESPN Radio 1280


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Colona, Colorado ESPN Radio 1450
Colorado Springs, Colorado Currently No ESPN Radio affiliate Last heard on ESPN The ROCK! 101.3 before station flipped to Soft AC
Denver, Colorado 1600 ESPN (main)
104.3 The Fan (secondary)
KKFN: Carries local programming and select ESPN Radio programming along with play-by-play coverage of the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, and Air Force Falcons football. KKFN also includes WestWood One Sports programming. KEPN: Carries full ESPN Radio schedule.
Durango, Colorado ESPN Radio 930
Rifle, Colorado ESPN Radio 690


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Hartford, Connecticut 97.9 ESPN Launched on January 28, 2012. 97.9 ESPN replaced WPOP as the Hartford affiliate of ESPN Radio. WPOP flipped to Fox Sports Radio on March 5, 2012. Station serves ESPN headquarters in Bristol.
New Haven, Connecticut ESPN Radio 1300 Affiliate of the Blue Devils ESPN Radio Network, broadcasting Central Connecticut State University men's basketball and football.

District of Columbia

Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Washington, D.C. ESPN 630 D.C. Washington Commanders Radio Network affiliate, Washington D.C. affiliate of the Virginia Sports Radio Network for Virginia Cavaliers sports. On March 24th, 2021 WSBN became the new Washington D.C. affiliate for the Baltimore Orioles Radio Network for Baltimore Orioles baseball, replacing longtime affiliate WTEM.


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Fort Myers, Florida ESPN Southwest Florida Affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Florida Gators football and basketball.
Gainesville, Florida ESPN Radio 95.3/850 Flagship station of the Florida Gators.
Jacksonville, Florida ESPN 690
St. Petersburg/Tampa, Florida 95.3 WDAE Flagship of Tampa Bay Rays baseball, Tampa Bay Buccaneers football, and Tampa Bay Lightning hockey; Florida Gators football and basketball affiliate.
West Palm Beach, Florida ESPN Radio 106.3 Affiliate of the Miami Dolphins, Miami Heat, and Miami Hurricanes.


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Athens, Georgia 960 The Ref Affiliate of the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta Hawks, and Georgia Bulldogs
Atlanta, Georgia 680 The Fan Flagship station of the Atlanta Braves and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Brunswick, Georgia ESPN Coastal Georgia Affiliate of the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta Hawks, and Georgia Southern Eagles
Columbus, Georgia 95.7 ESPN Affiliate of the Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta Hawks, and Alabama Crimson Tide
Fort Valley, Georgia Middle Georgia's ESPN Simulcasts on WFXM-FM HD4 Gordon, 93.1 W226BZ Macon, W290BD Montezuma, WWKM-FM Rochelle, and WCEH-FM Pinehurst,
Macon, Georgia Middle Georgia's ESPN Simulcasts on WFXM-FM HD4, WXKO Fort Valley, WCEH-FM Pinehurst, WWKM-FM Rochelle, and W290BD Montezuma
Savannah, Georgia ESPN Savannah Affiliate of the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta Hawks, and Georgia Bulldogs
Waycross, Georgia ESPN Okefenokee Affiliate of the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta Hawks, and Georgia Southern Eagles


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Honolulu, Hawaii ESPN Radio 1420 Hawaii Warriors play-by-play. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Los Angeles Lakers and Anaheim Ducks affiliate.
Kahului, Hawaii ESPN Radio 900


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Moscow, Idaho The Palouse's ESPN 1400 Washington State Cougars, Idaho Vandals football and basketball, local high school sports, local and Seattle sports talk 10am - 12pm Monday-Friday


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Champaign, Illinois ESPN Radio 93.5 St. Louis Cardinals affiliate, Tay and J Show
Chicago, Illinois ESPN Chicago 1000 The first owned-and-operated station for ESPN Radio until 2021, and the network's Midwest flagship. Also was the first station to carry Mike and Mike. Chicago Bulls flagship, and key affiliate for both University of Notre Dame and University of Illinois at Chicago.
Decatur, Illinois ESPN Radio 1050 Affiliate station for the Chicago Cubs, Chicago Bears, Chicago Bulls. Local programming includes, 'The Aric Lee Show' each weekday, High School Football and Basketball Broadcasts from schools in Central Illinois.
Marion, Illinois ESPN Radio 103.5 St. Louis Cardinals affiliate
Peoria, Illinois ESPN 101.1 FM Chicago Cubs and Chicago Bulls affiliate. Local programming includes The Jim Mattson Show with Tim van Straten from 3 to 6 pm during the week and Peoria Fantasy Focus Sundays from 9 to 11 am.
Quad Cities ESPN 1170/104.1 Chicago White Sox affiliate
Quincy, Illinois ESPN Radio 1440 Chicago Cubs affiliate
Springfield, Illinois Sportsradio 1450 Local Central State Eight Conference games and other high school football and basketball games, Chicago Cubs, and Chicago Bears football. Also has local afternoon sports show -- "The Press Box" from 4 to 6 pm.


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Evansville, Indiana ESPN 97.7 The Ref
Indianapolis, Indiana 93.5/107.5/1070 The Fan Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Pacers, IndyCar Series flagship station. Local talk 7A-10A and noon-7P weekdays. Airs ESPN Radio's NBA playoffs and Sunday Night Baseball.
Kokomo, Indiana News/Talk/ESPN 1350AM WIOU Purdue University football and Indiana University basketball affiliate. Coverage of high school football, basketball and baseball. Carries a general news/talk lineup during the daytime hours.
Lafayette, Indiana 101.7 The Hammer Chicago Bears football, IRL Racing
Marion, Indiana ESPN Radio 860
Richmond, Indiana ESPN Radio 1490 and 100.9FM Cincinnati Reds baseball, local high school basketball, Miami University Hockey
Vincennes, Indiana 97.7 WAOV


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1600 The Gym Iowa State Cyclones sports, high school sports, Minnesota Twins, Indy Racing League, NCAA Basketball, NFL Football
Des Moines, Iowa 1350 ESPN Chicago Cubs baseball, Green Bay Packers football, Drake Bulldogs sports, Iowa Energy NBA D League basketball


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Manhattan, Kansas ESPN Radio 1350
Wichita, Kansas ESPN Radio 1240


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Ashland, Kentucky ESPN Radio 1340
Bowling Green, Kentucky ESPN Radio 102.7
Lexington, Kentucky ESPN Radio 1300/92.5
Louisville, Kentucky ESPN Radio 680 and 105.7
Owensboro, Kentucky 102.7 The Game


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Alexandria, Louisiana ESPN Radio 1410

LSU athletics New Orleans Pelicans Basketball

Baton Rouge, Louisiana ESPN Radio 104.9 Southern University football and basketball Flagship station of LSU Tigers Basketball and coaches shows
Houma, Louisiana ESPN Radio 1490
Lafayette, Louisiana Sports Radio ESPN 1420 Louisiana–Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns baseball, New Orleans Pelicans basketball

Flagship of The Moon Griffon conservative talk radio show.

Lake Charles, Louisiana ESPN Radio 1400
Monroe, Louisiana ESPN Radio 97.7 High School Football, ULM athletics, New Orleans Pelicans basketball and Saints Football, Grambling State athletics, LSU sports, and LA Tech athletics.
New Orleans, Louisiana ESPN 100.3 Effective January 1, 2014, KLRZ-FM is a radio affiliate of ESPN Radio for the New Orleans market. The new format will carry ESPN's national lineup of sports talk personalities, programs, college and professional games. KLRZ-FM will be known as "The Game", featuring a team of local sports talk personalities. Flagship station of Nicholls State Athletics. New Orleans Pelicans Basketball affiliate for Larose.
Slidell, Louisiana ESPN Radio 1560 Houston Astros Baseball and High School Football


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Millinocket, Maine WSYY 1240 AM Broadcasts only on weekends.
Saco/Portland, Maine FM 95.9 WPEI Affiliate of the WEEI Sports Radio Network, Boston Red Sox and Boston Celtics.
Bangor 92.9 The Ticket On January 1, 2013, Townsquare relaunched the station with a sports format as "92.9 The Ticket".


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Cumberland, Maryland ESPN Radio 1230


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Boston, Massachusetts ESPN on WEEI (main)
SportsRadio 93.7 WEEI (secondary)

One of the first successful all-sports stations in the U.S. Adopted the format in 1991 (then at 590 AM), relocated to 850 AM in 1994, and began simulcasting on 93.7 FM in 2011. Both stations are the flagship of the Boston Red Sox and Boston College football and basketball. Since October 5, 2012, WEEI has carried the entire ESPN Radio programming lineup in pattern as ESPN on WEEI. WEEI-FM's daytime programming (Dennis and Callahan, Mut and Merloni, The Big Show with Glenn Ordway and Planet Mikey) is syndicated regionally via the "WEEI Sports Radio Network" to six other stations in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. Consequently, up to the split of both stations, WEEI was one of a few ESPN affiliates that did not carry Mike and Mike, Colin Cowherd and Scott Van Pelt. No longer an affiliate as of October, 2021.

Springfield, Massachusetts WWEI affiliate of the WEEI Sports Radio Network.
Worcester, Massachusetts SportsRadio 1440 WEEI Has simulcast WEEI and/or WEEI-FM from 1991 until 1994, and from 1997 onward. Since 2000, the initial affiliate of the WEEI Sports Radio Network. Also an affiliate for the Boston Red Sox and Boston Celtics.


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Alma, Michigan ESPN Radio 1280
Bay City, Michigan ESPN Radio 100.9
East Lansing, Michigan The Game 730
Flint, Michigan Sports Xtra 1330 Affiliate for Detroit Tigers, University of Michigan football and basketball, Detroit Pistons, Detroit Lions, and Detroit Red Wings. Also carries local high school football.
Grand Rapids, Michigan ESPN Radio 96.1 Affiliate for Detroit Pistons, Western Michigan football and basketball, and Notre Dame Fighting Irish football. Also secondary affiliate of Fox Sports Radio. Colin Cowherd airs middays from 12noon-3pm.
Jackson, Michigan ESPN Radio 1450 Affiliate for Detroit Tigers, Michigan State football and basketball, Detroit Pistons and Detroit Lions
Marquette, Michigan ESPN UP Radio 970 / 93.3 Play-by-play home for Westwood High School Sports[2]
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan ESPN Radio 1400 Affiliate for the Detroit Pistons, as well as Soo Eagles junior hockey and Lake Superior State Lakers college basketball.
Sturgis, Michigan ESPN Radio 1230


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Bemidji, Minnesota ESPN Radio 1450 carries Minnesota Vikings and Minnesota Twins games
Minneapolis, Minnesota 1500 ESPN Twin Cities key station for Minnesota Twins baseball, Minnesota Golden Gophers men's and women's basketball and men's ice hockey, and Minnesota United FC soccer
St. Cloud, Minnesota ESPN Radio 660 Chicago Cubs Radio Network affiliate


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Biloxi, Mississippi ESPN Radio 1640
Columbus, Mississippi ESPN Radio 103.1
Greenville, Mississippi ESPN Radio 1260 carries Southern Miss Golden Eagles football and baseball and Ole Miss Rebels men's basketball and baseball
Hazlehurst, Mississippi ESPN Radio 92.9
Jackson, Mississippi ESPN The Zone 105.9 FM Mississippi State University live coverage
Tupelo, Mississippi ESPN 96.3 FM


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Cape Girardeau, Missouri ESPN Radio 1220
Columbia, Missouri KTGR University of Missouri sports and St. Louis Cardinals baseball.
Houston, Missouri ESPN 1250 HOUSTON carries St. Louis Cardinals baseball, and University of Missouri sports on
Kansas City, Missouri Sports Radio 810 Kansas State University and University of Missouri–Kansas City sports
St. Louis, Missouri 101 ESPN Saint Louis University basketball and flagship station for the St. Louis Blues.
Sikeston, Missouri ESPN Radio 1470
Springfield, Missouri ESPN the JOCK Springfield Cardinals Double-A Baseball, University of Missouri, Missouri State University, and Drury University Athletics.


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Bozeman, Montana ESPN Radio 1230
Helena, Montana ESPN Montana 94.9 FM K235BW; simulcasting KIMO-HD3 107.3
Great Falls, Montana ESPN Montana 99.9 FM K260AU; simulcasting KIMO-HD3 107.3
Missoula, Montana ESPN Montana 97.5 FM simulcasting KKVU-HD4 104.5
Whitefish, Montana ESPN Radio 1240


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Hastings, Nebraska ESPN Radio 1550
Kearney, Nebraska ESPN Radio 1460
Lincoln, Nebraska ESPN Radio 1480
Norfolk, Nebraska ESPN Radio 780-105.9
Omaha, Nebraska AM 590 Omaha's ESPN Radio Nebraska Cornhuskers sports


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Las Vegas, Nevada ESPN Radio 1100 Joined ESPN Radio in February 2008; flagship station of the UNLV ISP Sports Network. Also affiliated with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and Los Angeles Lakers. Former affiliate of Anaheim Ducks, affiliation discontinued when the Vegas Golden Knights were enfranchised.
Reno, Nevada ESPN Radio 94.5 Flagship station for University of Nevada Wolf Pack football, men's basketball and baseball.

New Jersey

Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Atlantic City, New Jersey 97.3 ESPN-FM FIFA World Cup (since 2014), CONCACAF Gold Cup (since 2013), Copa América (2015, 2016, 2021), College Football Playoff, NCAA Tournament (since 2006), MLB, NBA and NFL live coverage, Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia Flyers, Philadelphia 76ers games and Absegami, EHT, Holy Spirit, Atlantic City, Mainland, EHT, and Pleasantville High School sports.
Trenton, New Jersey 920 ESPN New Jersey

New Mexico

Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Albuquerque, New Mexico ESPN Radio 101.7 Phoenix Suns and Notre Dame Fighting Irish affiliate.
Carlsbad, New Mexico ESPN Radio 1240
Santa Fe, New Mexico ESPN Radio 1400

New York

Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Albany, New York ESPN Radio 104.5 "The Team" Carries New York Yankees baseball and New York Jets football
Bath, New York ESPN Radio 1380
Buffalo, New York WGR Sports Radio 550 (secondary) WGR: Buffalo Sabres (NHL) and Buffalo Bills (NFL) flagship station. MSG Radio Network affiliate (New York Red Bulls games only). A charter affiliate of ESPN Radio since its 1992 launch.
Elmira, New York ESPN Radio 1410
Glens Falls, New York ESPN Radio 1230
Ithaca, New York 1160 ESPN Radio Carries New York Yankees baseball and New York Jets football; also carries Syracuse University Men's Football and Men's Basketball, and Cornell University Men's Basketball
Newark, New York ESPN Radio 1420
New York, New York ESPN Radio 98.7 FM East Coast ESPN Radio flagship. New York Jets (NFL), New York Knicks (NBA), New York Rangers (NHL), New York Red Bulls (MLS) and Syracuse University (men's basketball and football) flagship station. The station is operated by WEPN (AM) under a local marketing agreement.
Ogdensburg, New York ESPN Radio 1400
Oswego, New York ESPN Radio 1440/100.1
Salamanca, New York ESPN 1590 WGGO Cleveland Browns, Penn State Nittany Lions football, local high school sports and Pop Warner Little Scholars football
Syracuse, New York ESPN Radio 97.7/1200
ESPN Radio 1440/100.1
Syracuse ISP Sports Network co-flagship (with sister station WTKW) and Boston Red Sox affiliate. All four stations originate from WTLA 1200-AM; the two FM signals utilized are FM translators.
Utica, New York ESPN Radio 1310
Watertown, New York ESPN Radio 1410

North Carolina

Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Asheville, North Carolina ESPN Asheville
Charlotte, North Carolina ESPN Radio 730 Charlotte 49ers football,[3] Carolina Hurricanes hockey[4]
Graham/Greensboro/High Point, North Carolina "The Triad Sports Network" 1230 WMFR
Greenville, North Carolina ESPN Greenville Carolina Hurricanes hockey,[4] Washington Nationals baseball[5]
New Bern, North Carolina ESPN New Bern Kinston Indians baseball, Carolina Hurricanes hockey,[4] Washington Nationals baseball[5]
Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina 99.9 FM The Fan Flagship for Carolina Hurricanes hockey.[4] Also airs Carolina Panthers football.[6]
Wilmington, North Carolina ESPN Radio 630 Cape Fear Rugby Football Club coverage

North Dakota

Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Fargo, North Dakota 740 The Fan
Grand Forks, North Dakota 1440 The Fan


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Ashtabula, Ohio ESPN 970 WFUN Co-flagship of the Lake County Captains (along with WINT) and Lake Erie College Storm football. Affiliate for Ohio State Buckeyes football and basketball, and the Cleveland Browns. Carries select Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Cavaliers games.
Canton, Ohio ESPN 990 Columbus Blue Jackets, Cincinnati Reds, Cincinnati Bengals, and Massillon Tigers live play-by-play
Cincinnati, Ohio ESPN 1530 Cincinnati Bengals AM flagship (shared overall with WEBN and WLW), Cincinnati affiliate for University of Cincinnati football and basketball. Features local hosts Lance McAlister and Mo Egger.
Cleveland, Ohio ESPN Cleveland:
WKNR (850 ESPN - main)
WWGK (1540 KNR2 - secondary)
WKNR serves as co-flagship station for the Cleveland Browns[7] Cleveland affiliate for Ohio State Buckeyes football and basketball, and MAC Tournament flagship. 850 also airs local programs.
Columbus, Ohio Sports Radio 97.1 The Fan (main)
ESPN 1460 Columbus (secondary)
Both stations are the flagship for Ohio State Buckeyes football and basketball and the Columbus Blue Jackets. 97.1 The Fan features Ohio State team programming and coaches' shows, and other local programs
ESPN 1460 is the Columbus affiliate of the Cleveland Indians.
Dayton, Ohio ESPN Radio 1410 Cincinnati Reds baseball and Ohio State Buckeyes football and basketball. Gwoc Football Game of the Week.
Fostoria, Ohio ESPN Radio 1430 Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Browns.

Ohio State Buckeyes football and basketball. Toledo Mud Hens minor league baseball. Fostoria High School football, high school basketball, OHSAA football and basketball.

Mansfield, Ohio ESPN Radio 1440/97.3 Coverage of high school football and basketball, Motor Racing Network and Westwood One affiliate.
Marietta, Ohio AM 630 Flagship of the Ohio University Bobcats.
Middleport, Ohio ESPN Radio 1390
Portsmouth, Ohio ESPN Radio 1260 carries Cincinnati Reds baseball and Ohio State Buckeyes football and basketball


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Ardmore, Oklahoma ESPN Radio 1240
Enid, Oklahoma ESPN Radio 1390
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma ESPN Radio 640 Oklahoma City Thunder


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Portland, Oregon 1080 The Fan(Main)
910 ESPN Portland(Secondary)
KFXX(AM):Seattle Seahawks affiliate, flagship for Oregon Ducks Football, Men's Basketball and football coaches show. Affiliate for Men's Basketball coaches show. Carries local programming and Colin Cowherd from Fox Sports Radio. Primary affiliate of Washington State Cougars football whenever the ducks are not on 1080 AM.

KMTT: Flagship station for Oregon Ducks baseball, secondary affiliate of Washington State Cougars football when the ducks are on 1080 AM, otherwise it carries ESPN radio full time.


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Allentown, Pennsylvania ESPN Radio of the Lehigh Valley New York Yankees (MLB), New York Giants (NFL), Lehigh University football, basketball and wrestling, Lehigh Valley IronPigs minor-league baseball
Erie, Pennsylvania ESPN Radio 1260 The Score Buffalo Bills coverage and Cleveland Indians baseball
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania ESPN Radio 1400 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football
Huntingdon, Pennsylvania ESPN Radio 1150
Mexico, Juniata County, Pennsylvania ESPN Radio 1220
New Castle, Pennsylvania ESPN Radio 1280 Pittsburgh Pirates baseball, Pittsburgh Penguins hockey, and Penn State football and basketball
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 97.5 WPEN Branded "97.5 The Fanatic," featuring a predominantly local weekday lineup. Flagship for Villanova Wildcats football and basketball. Became flagship for Philadelphia 76ers in April 2012, beginning with the NBA Playoffs. Flagship for Philadelphia Flyers starting in 2012-13 season.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 970 ESPN 106.3 FM & 104.7 HD2 Co-flagship of the Pittsburgh Steelers (along with WDVE). Affiliate of West Virginia University football and basketball.
Pottsville, Pennsylvania ESPN Radio 1360 Not fully an ESPN Radio station but carried ESPN Radio programming as a secondary affiliation.
Scranton, Pennsylvania ESPN Radio 630-1240-96.1-100.1-100.5-102.7 Philadelphia Phillies baseball, University of Notre Dame football, weekly Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins report
State College, Pennsylvania ESPN Radio 1450 Penn State Nittany Lions football and State College Area High School sports flagship station, plus Pittsburgh Pirates and Pittsburgh Steelers coverage. Occasionally, other NFL teams are covered as well on Sundays and Mondays (Monday Night Football)

Puerto Rico

Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Bayamon, Puerto Rico ESPN Radio Puerto Rico 100.7 HD2
Santa Isabel, Puerto Rico ESPN Radio Puerto Rico 98.1 HD2

Rhode Island

Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Westerly, Rhode Island SportsRadio 103.7 WEEI-FM Affiliate of the WEEI Sports Radio Network, Boston Red Sox, & Boston Celtics.

South Carolina

Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Charleston, South Carolina ESPN 98.9

South Dakota

Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Mitchell, South Dakota ESPN Radio 1490
Rapid City, South Dakota ESPN Radio 1340 & 105.7 Nebraska Cornhuskers and Minnesota Twins affiliate
Vermillion, South Dakota ESPN Radio 1570 carries Chicago Cubs games


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Chattanooga, Tennessee ESPN Chattanooga Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons, CFB, NFL, MLB and NBA coverage
Clarksville, Tennessee ESPN Radio 540
Crossville, Tennessee ESPN Radio 1490
Jackson, Tennessee ESPN Radio 96.5
Johnson City, Tennessee ESPN Radio 1400 carries Tennessee Titans football games, Atlanta Braves baseball games, and King College Tornado sporting events
Knoxville, Tennessee Currently No ESPN Radio affiliate Last heard on WVLZ
McMinnville, Tennessee ESPN Radio 1230
Memphis, Tennessee 680 ESPN(Main)
ESPN 790(secondary)
WMFS:University of Tennessee football and basketball coverage, St. Louis Cardinals, Memphis Grizzlies basketball coverage, Tennessee Titans football coverage. Simulcast of ESPN 92.9.

WMC (AM): Secondary affiliation with CBS Sports Radio.

Nashville, Tennessee ESPN Radio 102.5 Nashville Predators flagship, Memphis Grizzlies and Notre Dame Fighting Irish affiliate
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee ESPN Radio 106.3 Atlanta Braves affiliate


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Abilene, Texas ESPN Abilene 101.7 HD4
Amarillo, Texas ESPN Radio 1010
Austin, Texas ESPN 102.7
Carthage, Texas ESPN Radio 1590
College Station, Texas Sports Radio 1150 The Zone Brazos Valley Bombers baseball and local high school football. Serves as flagship station for Texas A&M University women's basketball and softball. Also airs select Texas A&M men's basketball and baseball games, as well as Houston Astros games when sister station WTAW has scheduling conflicts. Preempts The Herd with Colin Cowherd and The SportsBash for local programming.
Corpus Christi, Texas KEYS ESPN 1440
El Paso, Texas ESPN Radio 600 Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Dodgers affiliate
Houston, Texas ESPN Radio 97.5 Became ESPN Radio affiliate in January 2007. In 2011, KFNC became the Texas Longhorns' affiliate in Houston.
Laredo, Texas ESPN Radio 1490
Lubbock, Texas Double T 97.3 Texas Tech Red Raiders flagship station; also carries Texas Rangers baseball and Dallas Cowboys football
Lufkin, Texas ESPN Radio 1260
McAllen, Texas ESPN Radio 1240
Paris, Texas ESPN Paris 105.1
San Angelo, Texas ESPN Radio 960
San Antonio, Texas ESPN The Zone 1250
Texarkana, Texas ESPN Radio 740 Dallas Cowboys affiliate
Vernon, Texas ESPN 1230 Football: Cowboys, Longhorns, Aggies, Randy Galloway only radio station in the world on showroom of a car dealership
Waco, Texas ESPN Radio 1660-101.3-100.9-106.9 (KHLE) Texas Rangers baseball, Dallas Cowboys affiliate, Dallas Mavericks affiliate and Baylor Bears football and basketball affiliate
Wichita Falls, Texas ESPN Radio 95.5 Texas Rangers baseball, Midwestern State Mustangs athletics, and Wichita Falls High School Coyote Football


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Salt Lake City, Utah ESPN 700 Sports Utah sports (flagship), Real Salt Lake soccer, Compass Media Networks NFL games. Preempts The Herd for The Dan Patrick Show. Preempts 2 hours of The Dan LeBetard Show and The Sedano Show for The Bill & OC Show.
Provo, Utah ESPN 960 Sports BYU baseball (flagship), BYU Cougars women's soccer (flagship), UVU men's basketball (flagship), Compass Media Networks NFL games. Preempts the final hour of The Dan LeBetard Show and The Sedano Show for Cougar Sports w/ Ben Criddle.


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Brattleboro, Vermont ESPN Radio 1450
Montpelier, Vermont ESPN Radio 1240 High School Sports, newly designated flagship for the U-32 Raiders


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Bedford, Virginia ESPN Radio 1350
Blacksburg, Virginia ESPN Radio 1430-94.1
Blackstone, Virginia ESPN Radio 1440
Gretna, Virginia ESPN Radio 106.3
Harrisonburg, Virginia ESPN Radio 1360
Lynchburg, Virginia ESPN Radio 1320
Martinsville, Virginia ESPN Radio 1160
Richmond, Virginia ESPN Radio 106.1 Richmond Spiders football and basketball (flagship station), Atlanta Braves baseball
Staunton, Virginia ESPN Radio 1240
Virginia Beach, Virginia ESPN Radio 94.1 Old Dominion Monarchs football and basketball, Norfolk Tides baseball flagship station, Baltimore Orioles baseball


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Bellingham, Washington ESPN Radio 1170
Kennewick, Washington 1340 ESPN Radio Airs content from 710 AM in Seattle
Pullman, Washington The Palouse's ESPN 1400 Washington State Cougars, Idaho Vandals football and basketball, local high school sports, local and Seattle sports talk show 10am - 12pm Monday-Friday
Seattle, Washington 710 ESPN Seattle Seattle Mariners and Seattle Seahawks flagship.
Spokane, Washington 700 ESPN Spokane Became the ESPN affiliate after switching from 630 AM to a more powerful frequency. Affiliate KXLY 920 is home of the Seattle Mariners and Seattle Seahawks. Eastern Washington Eagles flagship station. Spokane Shock flagship station.

Home of "Patchin, Osso and the Wingman."

Vancouver, Washington 910 ESPN Portland Flagship station for Oregon Ducks Baseball, secondary affiliate of Washington State Cougars Football.
Yakima, Washington ESPN 1460 Yakima

West Virginia

Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Charleston, West Virginia ESPN Radio 1490
Clarksburg, West Virginia ESPN Radio 1340
Hinton, West Virginia ESPN Radio 102.3
Huntington, West Virginia ESPN Radio 930 Marshall University flagship, Cincinnati Bengals affiliate
Keyser, West Virginia ESPN Radio 1390
Logan, West Virginia ESPN Radio 1290-101.9
Martinsburg, West Virginia ESPN Radio 1340
Saint Marys, West Virginia ESPN Radio 630


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Eau Claire, Wisconsin ESPN Radio 1150
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Janesville, Wisconsin The Big AM 1380 Part-time affiliate; it was a full-time affiliate from 1998 until 2014. Broadcasts Beloit Snappers Baseball (flagship), Marquette University basketball, Hononegah Community High School football and basketball (flagship), NIU Huskies football, Rockford IceHogs hockey, and Roscoe Rush football (flagship)
La Crosse, Wisconsin ESPN 105.5 FM
Madison, Wisconsin 100.5 FM ESPN Broadcasts Milwaukee Bucks basketball, Milwaukee Brewers Baseball and Madison Mallards baseball (flagship)
Marinette, Wisconsin ESPN Radio 570
Medford, Wisconsin ESPN Radio 1490
Platteville, Wisconsin ESPN Radio 1590
Rhinelander, Wisconsin ESPN Radio 1240
Ripon, Wisconsin ESPN Radio 1600
Sparta, Wisconsin ESPN 1290 Broadcasts La Crosse Loggers
Spencer, Wisconsin ESPN Radio 92.3 NASCAR affiliate
Tomahawk, Wisconsin ESPN Radio 810
Wausau, Wisconsin ESPN Radio 100.5
Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin 1400 WRDB Part-time affiliate broadcasts Milwaukee Brewers baseball, Green Bay Packers football, Wisconsin Badgers Athletics and area high school sports.


Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Casper, Wyoming ESPN Radio 1400
Cheyenne, Wyoming ESPN Radio 1480 broadcasts Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche games
Laramie, Wyoming ESPN Radio 1210
Riverton, Wyoming ESPN Radio 1450
Sheridan, Wyoming ESPN Radio 87.7


ESPN owns a minority interest in the sports network TSN alongside its majority owner Bell Media: in 2011, the company converted three of its stations to a new sports radio network known as TSN Radio. Much like its television counterpart, all three TSN Radio stations also carry programs from ESPN Radio (such as select event coverage, along with overnight and weekend programming).

Market Branding Special Local Programming Notes
Edmonton, Alberta TSN Radio 1260 Flagship station of the Edmonton Oil Kings, FC Edmonton and Edmonton Rush
Toronto, Ontario TSN Radio 1050 First TSN Radio station, launched on April 13, 2011. Is the flagship station of the Toronto Argonauts, and the co-flagship of the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Montreal, Quebec TSN Radio 690 Launched on October 5, 2011. English-language flagship of the Montreal Canadiens.
Vancouver, British Columbia TSN Radio 1200 Launched on September 30, 2013. Home of the Ottawa Senators

Defunct or moved ESPN Radio affiliates

The following is the list of radio stations that were previously ESPN Radio affiliates.

ESPN Radio station listing
Market Branding Additional notes
Alamogordo, New Mexico ESPN Radio 103.7 Changed format to Classic Rock on December 22, 2021
Alexandria, Virginia 820 WXTR
Triple X ESPN Radio
Flagship of the Triple X ESPN Radio trimulcast until owner Red Zebra Broadcasting purchased competitor WTEM in 2008. Switched to ESPN Deportes Radio.
Albany, New York ESPN Radio 1300 The Team Moved to 104.5 FM in late 2006
Altoona, Pennsylvania ESPN Radio 1430 Changed format to Oldies on February 6, 2019
Angola, Indiana Fox Sports 92.7 Detroit Tigers baseball affiliate. Has operated on the HD3 subchannel of 100.3 WLKI and simulcast on FM translator W224BY since November 2009. Switched to Fox Sports sometime prior to November 2016.[when?]
Athol, Massachusetts ESPN Radio 700 Became a simulcast of FM sister station WXRG, itself a repeater of Boston-market WXRV, in 2012.
Austin, Texas 104.9 KTXX/
1260 KLGO
104.9 The Horn
Changed to a mix of local sports radio and Classic hits on January 2, 2014. Dropped the classic hits for NBC Sports Radio a year later.
Baltimore, Maryland 1300 WJFK/WJZ
ESPN Radio 1300
Joined the network on March 10, 2003 as 1300 WJFK. Callsign changed to WJZ (AM) on November 3, 2008, in harmony with their sister TV station and newly created FM sports talker. Became a CBS Sports Radio affiliate on January 2, 2013.
Barnwell, South Carolina ESPN Radio 1460 License cancelled June 13, 2022
Baton Rouge, Louisiana The Score 1210 Lost the broadcast rights in Baton Rouge to the now ESPN 1300 in February 2007.
Bend, Oregon ESPN Radio 940 Switched affiliations to Fox Sports Radio.
Binghamton, New York ESPN Radio 1360 Switched affiliations to CBS Sports Radio in January 2017.
Birmingham, Alabama Jox 94.5 Announced that the station would become a charter affiliate of CBS Sports Radio when it debuts on January 2, 2013; dropped ESPN Radio on August 19, 2012; currently carrying CBS Sports Radio.
Boise, Idaho ESPN Radio 730 Stunting effective February 2017
Boston, Massachusetts 890 ESPN Radio WAMG/WLLH dumped ESPN Radio Programming on September 14, 2009.[8]
Brazil, Indiana 1130 The Fan simulcast on FM translator W258BA Terre Haute since 2013. Changed call sign from WFNF to WAMB on August 22, 2017, before changing formats to adult standards a few days later on September 1.
Brewster, New York ESPN Radio 1510 License cancelled in 2015
Burlington, Vermont ESPN Radio 101.3 Switched affiliations to Fox Sports Radio on September 4, 2018.
Cambridge, Maryland ESPN Radio 1240 Changed formats to nostalgic standards on December 30, 2011.
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania ESPN Radio 1380 Changed format to talk/sports with CBS Sports Radio on August 15, 2019.
Cincinnati, Ohio 1160 WBOB Picked up the affiliation in August 2000 after then-affiliate 1360 WCKY became a charter Fox Sports Radio affiliate. Sold to religious broadcaster Salem Media Group at the same time; Salem continued to operate WBOB as a sports station until 2003, when it changed to conservative talk radio programming.
1450 WMOH Licensed to Hamilton, WMOH became a full-time affiliate for the greater Cincinnati market in 2003. After 1360 WSAI dropped a lifestyle talk format for ESPN Radio programming, WMOH adopted the conservative talk format previously on WBOB following that station's concurrent ownership/format change.
1360 WSAI Originally affiliated with the network, then under the WAZU and WCKY callsigns and "1360 Homer" branding, prior to 2000. Rejoined the network on a full-time basis on July 2, 2007; the affiliation moved to sister station 1530 WCKY on February 15, 2010.
Cleveland, Ohio 1220 WKNR
SportsRADIO 1220 WKNR
The market's initial ESPN Radio affiliate; dropped in 1995 and rejoined in 1998 when successor affiliate WTAM came into common ownership with 1220 WKNR. As part of a multiple station purchase/trade covering seven stations and three ownership groups in Cleveland and adjacent markets, 1220 WKNR's intellectual property (format and on- and off-air personnel) was transferred onto the former 850 WRMR on July 3, 2001.
NewsRadio 1100 3WE/
WTAM 1100
Joined the network in 1995, carrying the longform weekend programming and NBA play-by-play coverage. Call letters changed to WTAM in July 1996. Shared affiliation with 1220 WKNR from January to October 1998.
850 WKNR
SportsTalk 850 WKNR
850 WKNR carried ESPN Radio from July 2001 until its cancellation by the network in July 2006, effective that October. Affiliation moved to newly purchased 1540 WWGK. Reassumed the affiliation in March 2007.
1540 WWGK
Cleveland's ESPN Radio 1540
WWGK's ownership, Good Karma Brands, purchased 850 WKNR in December 2006, and moved the affiliation back to WKNR the following March. WWGK then took a dual ESPN and Fox Sports affiliation (dropping Fox in 2011), rebranded as "KNR2".
Colorado Springs, Colorado ESPN 1300 The Sports Animal Changed formats to Classic country now known as KCSF. Colorado Rockies baseball games still air on this station.
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho ESPN Northern Idaho Changed formats to Christmas music in November 2015.
Columbia, South Carolina ESPN Radio 93.1 FM Sold on July 28, 2012.
Concord, New Hampshire ESPN Radio 107.7 Changed formats to talk in 2012. Remains an affiliate for Boston Red Sox, Boston Bruins and New England Patriots.
Dallas, Texas 103.3 FM ESPN Former ESPN O&O, now owned by VCY America and airs religious programming.
Davenport, Iowa ESPN 93.5 Switched to an active rock format
Denver, Colorado 1600 KEPN
ESPN Radio 1600
Changed affiliation to Fox Sports Radio in September 2012; rejoined the network in 2016 when KJAC dropped it. Launched on January 1, 2007 as a sister station to KRWZ 950AM; airs Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche games that are bumped from KRWZ; also University of Denver sports and University of Wyoming sports
105.5 KJAC Dropped ESPN Radio following an ownership change and format flip to adult album alternative in January 2016. This rimshot signal is also notable for having been the first station in the United States to adopt Jack FM, its prior format before ESPN Radio (and from which the call letters are derived).
Detroit, Michigan 1130 WDFN
SportsRadio 1130 The Fan
The market's initial ESPN Radio affiliate; eventually becoming a dual ESPN and Fox Sports Radio affiliate. Dropped the affiliation at ESPN's request in October 2007.
1270 WXYT
Team 1270/
1270 XYT
WXYT occasionally aired ESPN programming not cleared by WDFN as early as 2000. Mike and Mike was added to the weekday lineup in early 2007. That October, WXYT's format moved to sister station WKRK as "97.1 The Ticket," taking a higher emphasis on local programming, and switched to Sporting News Radio. WDFN's concurrent affiliation cancellation left the Detroit market without an ESPN Radio affiliate until February 2012.
1090 WCAR
ESPN Radio 1090
Owned and operated by Birach Broadcasting. Assumed the affiliation in February 2012; dropped it on July 12, 2013 due to a contract dispute.
105.1 WMGC
Detroit Sports 105.1
Dropped the sports format on June 29, 2016, due to low ratings and a pending merger with owner Greater Media into Beasley Broadcast Group. (The affiliation remains on WMGC's HD-2 subchannel.) The subsequent format launch - classic hip-hop as The Bounce - gained notoriety as a 'worst-to-first' ratings jump over the span of one month.
Elko, Nevada ESPN Radio 1340 Station's license cancelled April 9, 2015
Eugene, Oregon 95.3 The Score Dropped ESPN for CBS Sports Radio in 2013.
Fairbanks, Alaska 820 Sports Dropped ESPN for Fox Sports Radio citing financial reasons in 2011.
Fremont, Ohio 900 WFRO Unofficially an O&O; the license was owned by Disney/ABC, and operated by local broadcast chain BAS Broadcasting, who continues to run 99.1 WFRO. Signed off permanently on June 23, 2004 per Disney's request, as part of their move-in of Flint station 910 WFDF into the Detroit market.
Gardner, Massachusetts Talk 1340 AM WGAW formerly carried ESPN Radio programming at night and on weekends (the station primarily carried, and continues to broadcast, other talk programming); it subsequently replaced ESPN with Fox Sports Radio before dropping sports talk programming altogether.
Greenville, South Carolina ESPN Upstate Operated on the HD3 subchannel of WFBC-FM from 2014 through March 2022. Switched to CBS Sports Radio and BetQL in March 2022.[when?]
Hartford, Connecticut 910 WNEZ "News-Sports 910 CNN" carried The Fabulous Sports Babe until December 1996 when the station was sold and switched to a Spanish-language format.
1410 WPOP Picked up in January 1998 after dropping the One-on-One Sports network. The affiliation moved to sister station 97.9 WUCS in January 2012, and WPOP became the market's FOX Sports Radio affiliate on March 5, 2012.
Hatteras, North Carolina ESPN 97.1
Houston, Texas 790 KBME "790 The Sports Animal." Affiliation moved to 97.5 KFNC in January 2007.
Huntington, West Virginia ESPN Radio 1340 Swapped with AM 930 WRVC on November 6, 2006
Indianapolis, Indiana 950 WXLW An ESPN affiliate from 2002 until 2008, when 1070 WIBC's talk format migrated to the FM dial and was replaced with WFNI "1070 The Fan." WNDE and WIBC were also previous ESPN Radio affiliates in the 1990s.
Jacksonville, Florida ESPN Radio 1460 Changed formats to religious, with ESPN now heard on WJXL; Atlanta Braves baseball still carried live
Kansas City, Missouri ESPN Radio 97.3 Formerly KCXM, now a Christian radio station. ESPN programs moved to 810 WHB. Former flagship of the Kansas City Royals
Keene, New Hampshire WZBK-AM 1220 Became Fox Sports Radio affiliate in January 2017
Laredo, Texas ESPN Radio 1490 Changed formats to Classic Hits.
Las Vegas, Nevada ESPN Radio 920 Became Fox Sports Radio affiliate in February 2008 in a three-way switch in which KWWN became the new ESPN Radio station and KENO joined ESPN Deportes Radio
Ligonier, Indiana ESPN Radio 102.7 Flipped to Hot adult contemporary format on August 28, 2017
Lima, Ohio 940 WLJM/WZOQ
ESPN Radio 940
Adopted ESPN Radio following an ownership change. Callsign switched to WZOQ in 2007. On June 1, 2009, the format and some on-air personnel moved to the former 93.1 WFGF, while WZOQ took the WCIT calls and a 50s-60s classic hits format.
93.1 WWSR
93.1 The Fan
Flagship of the Ohio State-Lima basketball team and affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Browns, and select NFL games. "SportsTalk With Koza." "Sportsrap With Matt and Matt." Dropped ESPN Radio for a mixture of Fox Sports Radio and CBS Sports Radio in early 2016.
Lincoln, Nebraska ESPN Radio 1480 Became an oldies station on January 26, 2010.
Lindenwold, New Jersey ESPN Radio 1680 Defunct since 2002, broadcasting the Trenton Thunder. Now airs an ethnic format.
Little Rock, Arkansas Total Sports 1380 Purchased by Simmons Media, leased to Nova M Radio, a group that leases stations to run Air America Radio programming.
Los Angeles 1110 KEPN Swapped with then Radio Disney flagship 710 KDIS in 2003.
Madison, Wisconsin 1070 WTSO
ESPN Radio 10-7-0
Milwaukee Brewers and Milwaukee Bucks play by play and back up for WIBA sports coverage; dropped ESPN Radio 1/1/2009
Manchester, New Hampshire 1250 WGAM
900 WGHM
ESPN New Hampshire
Changed formats to oldies on July 3, 2017.
Miami, Florida 560 The Joe Flagship of the Miami Dolphins, Miami Hurricanes, and Florida Panthers; dropped ESPN Radio and rebranded as "560 Sports WQAM" on October 26, 2021.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1510 WAUK (daytime)
1290 WMCS (nighttime)
Milwaukee's ESPN Radio: 1510 Days/1290 Nights
WAUK was purchased by Good Karma Broadcasting in 2004, and took up the ESPN Radio affiliation, but due to being on a clear-channel frequency reserved to WLAC in Nashville, it was and is only able to broadcast during the daytime hours. WMCS (which once held the WMVP calls until being purchased by the 1000 kHz Chicago facility) aired shows at night starting in 2005 via a leased-time arrangement. The format moved to WRRD as "540 ESPN" in February 2008 and swapped callsigns with WAUK; the 1510 kHz facility - now WRRD - is now affiliated with ESPN Deportes Radio. The leased-time arrangement with WMCS expired in June 2008.
Milford, Delaware ESPN Delaware 930 AM/102.1 FM Switched to Classic Hits on November 1, 2019
Montgomery, Alabama Sports Radio 740 Switched affiliations to CBS Sports Radio.
Muncie, Indiana ESPN Radio 1360 Cincinnati Reds baseball, local high school basketball. Switched to Fox Sports since at least[when?] June 2011.
Nags Head, North Carolina ESPN 92.3 Become an ESPN Radio affiliate on March 13, 2008. Moved to sister station 97.1 WYND-FM Hatteras, NC on May 11, 2009.
Nashville, Tennessee ESPN Radio 104.5 Moved to WPRT-FM in November 2011.
New Bedford, Massachusetts 1340 AM ESPN New Bedford Became an ESPN Radio affiliate in 2009. Contract to carry expired January 31, 2019. Sister station of ESPN Radio 1450 West Warwick, Rhode Island
New Holstein, Wisconsin/Fox Cities Fox Cities ESPN Radio 1530 Went silent in late 2011. New Owner in late 2011. Tower being moved closer to Appleton-Oshkosh, WI
New Orleans, Louisiana 1350 WSMB/WWWL Later became a progressive talk station and Air America Radio affiliate. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, it became a time-shifted version of co-owned WWL AM/FM. Changed back to an ESPN Radio affiliate as "ESPN 1350" in July 2008, dropped it again for NBC Sports Radio and lifestyle talk as "3WL" in October 2013. Tom Fitzmorris has hosted a weekday food-related talk show on the station since July 18, 1988, regardless of the format or call letters.
New York, New York 1050 WEPN Became the flagship station of ESPN Radio on September 1, 2001. The format and flagship status moved to 97.9 WEPN-FM in September 2012; WEPN concurrently switched to being the flagship of ESPN Deportes Radio. The 1050 facility itself was the original home of WFAN, the first all-sports radio station, from July 1987 to October 1988.
North Platte, Nebraska ESPN Radio 1410 Station stunted to Christmas music on December 1, 2018, and then moved to a classic hits format on December 27, 2018
Ocean City, Maryland ESPN 1590 Station is now silent.
Orlando, Florida ESPN 580 Orlando Home of the Florida State Seminoles, Tampa Bay Lightning, Miami Dolphins, and Jacksonville Jaguars; dropped format for News/talk (formerly heard on WDBO-FM) on June 29, 2020.
Peoria, Illinois 96.5 ESPN Was the former flagship station for the Peoria Rivermen. After simulcasting 101.1 WZPN for two years, ESPN Radio moved permanently to WZPN; became a simulcast of WPIA in September 2020.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 920 WPHY WPHY was the former affiliate for La Salle University Basketball, Temple Owls football coverage. WPHY dropped ESPN Radio in January 2008 when sister station 1040 WNJE began to simulcast then-flagship 1050 WEPN.
950 WPEN Assumed the affiliation in April 2008. After beginning to simulcast on 97.5 WPEN-FM in 2009 as "97.5 The Fanatic," 950 WPEN was eventually sold to Family Radio and became the new incarnation of WKDN on December 2012. WPEN-FM continues to carry ESPN Radio programming alongside newly acquired sister station 610 WTEL.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1250 WEAE Former an ESPN Radio O&O; was switched to Radio Disney programming as part of Disney/ABC's dispersal of under-performing small-market stations (Disney concurrently ended their lease of WWCS, which served as Pittsburgh's Radio Disney outlet for several years prior). The ESPN affiliation moved to Clear Channel-owned 970 WBGG on January 1, 2011, formerly the market's Fox Sports Radio affiliate (that affiliation ultimately moved to WWCS).
Portsmouth, New Hampshire The Sports Animal 1380 Changed to ESPN Radio in November 2010; the station returned to an adult standards format in October 2013.
Providence, Rhode Island The Score AM & FM The Score AM-FM was Providence's home of ESPN Radio until 3/11/08. 99.7 FM flipped to a simulcast of NewsTalk 630 as WEAN-FM. 790 AM flipped to The True Oldies Channel on 3/18/08. ESPN Radio moved to 1450 AM WLKW in West Warwick, Rhode Island until 2019.
Riverside, Pennsylvania ESPN Radio 92.3 Changed format to Classic Hits at WHNA on February 22, 2016.
Roanoke, Alabama ESPN Radio 1360 Became a CBS Sports Radio affiliate
Roanoke, Virginia ESPN Radio 1240 Changed format to News/Talk in June 2019
Rolla, Missouri ESPN Mid-Missouri 107.3 Changed format to Conservative Talk in October 2021
San Diego, California ESPN Radio 800 / ESPN Radio San Diego FM 98.9 On October 5, 2009, ESPN Radio coverage moved to sister station XHMORE-FM and became ESPN Radio San Diego FM 98.9; briefly simulcasted the new station on 800 AM for a month, then the AM station switched to ESPN Deportes programming. XHMORE later dropped ESPN programming on September 1, 2010, when it flipped back to a rock en español format it aired from 1994 until 2004.
San Francisco, California KNBR 680 AM & 104.5 FM Former flagship of the Golden State Warriors and affiliate of Notre Dame Fighting Irish football. Now a CBS Sports Radio affiliate.
Scottsbluff, Nebraska ESPN Radio 1320 Format became News/Talk
Seattle, Washington Sports Radio 950 Switched to Fox Sports Radio in December 2008 after 710 KIRO switched genres from news/talk and gained affiliation.
Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania ESPN Radio 1240 Station's license was surrendered to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission by its owners; cancelled February 1, 2013.
Sheboygan, Wisconsin Sheboygan ESPN Radio 950 Switched to Fox Sports Radio in early 2011, then Top 40 in winter 2018 upon launch of FM translator station.
South Bend, Indiana 960 WSBT
(96.1 W241AD)
Dropped ESPN for CBS Sports Radio on April 1, 2014.
95.7 ESPN Radio Spun off by Federal Media to St. Joseph Catholic Radio Group in May 2014, a month after taking the affiliated. Switched to Catholic radio programming that September.
St. Joseph, Missouri ESPN Radio 1550 Switched to classic hits format August 22, 2019.
St. Louis, Missouri 1380 KSLG Switched to Fox Sports Radio in December 2007. 101.1 WXOS became the market's new affiliate on January 1, 2009.
Steubenville, Ohio ESPN Radio 1340 Station's license was surrendered to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission by its owners; cancelled December 11, 2012.
Terre Haute, Indiana The Fan 99.5 No longer an affiliate.
Traverse City, Michigan 1310 WCCW Affiliate for Detroit Tigers, Detroit Lions, Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Pistons and Michigan State football and basketball. Switched to Fox Sports Radio in August 2012; the affiliation moved to 106.7 WSRT/105.5 WSRJ "ESPN Radio Northern Michigan."
Tuscaloosa, Alabama Tide 102.9 Now Educational Media Foundation Air 1
Twin Falls, Idaho ESPN The Zone Now airs an active rock format as "The Edge".
Tyler, Texas ESPN Radio 92.1 Now a Fox Sports affiliate
Valdosta, Georgia ESPN Radio 1150-96.1 Now a Fox Sports affiliate
Ventura, California ESPN Radio 1450 Dropped ESPN for CBS Sports Radio in January 2013.
Virginia Beach, Virginia ESPN Radio 1310 Swapped with sister station 94.1 WVSP Yorktown, VA (formerly WXEZ) on October 5, 2009.
Washington, D.C. SportsTalk 980 WTEM Defunct from July 2006 until July 2008, affiliation moved to Triple X ESPN Radio until it merged programming assets with WTEM. Was the first flagship of The Tony Kornheiser Show that ESPN Radio eventually carried nationally. (From 2006 to 2008, Tony's show originated independently at WWWT; it returned to WTEM as a locally based show in September 2009.) Sports director Andy Pollin has also been a past contributor and weekend show host on the network. From 2004 until July 2006, WTEM was a primary ESPN Radio affiliate; it was a dual ESPN-Fox Sports Radio affiliate prior.
West Warwick, Rhode Island 1450 AM ESPN Providence Became an ESPN Radio affiliate in 2009. Contract to carry expired January 31, 2019. Sister station of ESPN Radio 1340 New Bedford, Massachusetts
York, Alabama ESPN Radio 104.9 Now airs a mainstream rock format.


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