The countdown is on. The Dan LeBatard Show premieres next Monday on as part of ESPN Radio’s new Fall lineup. LeBatard’s show will premiere Monday afternoon at 4pm on ESPN Radio affiliates across the country. The daily three-hour sports talk program will cover all of the major sports issues of the day. His current local Miami-based show will continue to be heard each day at 3pm ET. He will also continue to host ESPN2’s Highly Questionable. Along with himself and co-host Jon “Stugotz” Weiner, a series of rotating guest hosts will make appearances on the show. That list of guests hosts includes Bomani Jones and Greg Cote. They will appear on the show to share with LeBatard and Weiner their own experience in relation to the hot button sports issues.
LeBatard recently sat down to discuss expectations for his new show. He was upbeat and just as funny as ever in his thoughts, noting, “I am very excited to take our show to a national audience for the two days before the suits come after us.” Along with being broadcast across the country on ESPN Radio, The Dan LeBatard show will also be available online at ESPNRadio.com and via the ESPN Radio app. Audiences with Sirius satellite radio can pick up the show at Sirius Channel 84.
ESPN Radio’s newly revamped late afternoon/evening lineup includes not just the new Dan LeBatard show. It also includes Sedano & Stink at 7pm and The Freddie Coleman Show at 10pm. Sedano & Stink is hosted by Jorge Sedano and Mark Schlereth.
ESPN is set to debut a brand new late afternoon and evening lineup for all of its ESPN Radio affiliates nationwide this coming Monday, September 9th. The first phase of the new lineup will kick off with the debut of Sedano & Stink at 7pm ET. The three-hour broadcast is hosted by Jorge Sedano and Mark Schlereth. It will be followed each night at 10pm ET by the Freddie Coleman Show.
The second phase of ESPN Radio’s new late afternoon and evening lineup will see the debut of the Dan Lebatard Show live from Miami beginning Monday, September 30th. Lebatard’s show will be a three-hour program airing from 4pm ET to 7pm ET. It will take on all of the most talked about sports issues of the day. More details on Lebatard’s new show on ESPN Radio are expected to come soon. Along with hosting his new program, Lebatard will also continue to host Highly Questionable on ESPN2 every afternoon at 4pm. Bomani Jones, who joins Lebatard on Highly Questionable, will also join him on his new radio show.
Sedano & Stink, The Freddie Coleman Show, and The Dan Lebatard Show will all be available nationwide on the ESPN Radio network. They will also be available on ESPN Deportes Radio, and online via ESPNRadio.com and through ESPN podcasts. More information on each of these shows is available online at http://www.espn.com and http://www.facebook.com/ESPN.