Advertise on ESPN Radio – TV – Websites

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Information on how to Advertise on ESPN Radio – Advertising rates, media kits, audience data, size and stats. Radio advertising on ESPN sports talk shows typically works well for direct response advertisers. DR and Branding campaigns both have had significant success on ESPN radio. The audiences are LIVE, active and ready to do business. Host and celebrity endorsements available for approved offers. Call now to get a free quote or to buy an advertising schedule with ESPN Sports! Call 888-449-2526.
Below is a list of current shows available to advertisers, please call if you are ready to go! Have a budget set and a basic plan, we will help with the rest.

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Amy Lawrence: 2001-2011
Bonnie Bernstein: 2009–present (The Michael Kay Show)
Doug Brown: ?–present ( Radio SportsCenter) & (SportsCenter Nightly)
John Clayton: 1995–present (The Huddle)
Joe D’Ambrosio: 1996–present (MLB on ESPN Radio and ESPN Radio SportsCenter)
Dan Davis: 1992–present ( Radio SportsCenter)
Jim Durham: 1992–present (NBA on ESPN Radio)
Mike Golic: 1998–present (Mike and Mike in the Morning)
Mike Greenberg: 1999–present (Mike and Mike in the Morning)
Andy Katz: 2004–present (College Gameday)
Michael Kay: ?–present (The Michael Kay Show)
Marc Kestecher: ?–present (ESPN Radio SportsCenter and NIT on ESPN Radio)

Todd McShay: 2005–present (Radio College GameDay)
Bob Picozzi: 1998–present ( Radio SportsCenter)
Jay Reynolds: ?–present  Radio SportsCenter) & (SportsCenter AM)
Jeff Rickard: 2006–present (GameNight)
Ryen Russillo: 2007–present (The Baseball Show, ESPN Radio College GameDay) & (The Scott Van Pelt Show)
Dan Shulman: 2002–present (MLB on ESPN Radio)
Mike Tirico: 2006–present (NBA on ESPN Radio)
Bob Valvano: 1998–present (The V Show with Bob Valvano and NIT on ESPN Radio)
Scott Van Pelt: 2008–present (Tirico & Van Pelt) & (The Scott Van Pelt Show)