iHeartMedia has launched ESPN Audio’s award-winning networks and diverse on-demand content on iHeartRadio.
The multiyear agreement allows listeners to now livestream via iHeartRadio, ESPN Audio’s stable of programming, provocative voices and industry-leading slate of live events.
In addition, iHeartRadio listeners now have on-demand access to ESPN Audio’s roster of informative, compelling and entertaining podcasts like 30 for 30 Podcasts, Sports? With Katie Nolan, Fantasy Focus Football, and The Right Time with Bomani Jones.
“We are consistently looking for new ways to give fans access to ESPN Audio’s tremendous content,” said Traug Keller, ESPN Senior Vice President, Audio and Talent. “iHeartRadio, with its expansive network and reach, will help us bring new listeners into the fold and give current fans yet another way to enjoy their sports content, anytime, anywhere.”
“iHeartRadio prides itself on being everywhere our listeners are with the content they love most,” said Chris Williams, Chief Product Officer for iHeartMedia. “ESPN Audio is a top destination for all things sports and this partnership allows us to offer even more programming and on demand offerings to our millions of listeners nationwide, making iHeartRadio the go to destination for all things audio.”
> The ESPN Radio Network, featuring some of the country’s leading daytime sports talk shows including Golic and Wingo, The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz, The Stephen A. Smith Show and The Will Cain Show;
> The ESPN Deportes Radio Network, including shows Jorge Ramos y Su Banda and Raza Deportiva;
> ESPN Radio’s owned and operated local stations and their full schedules – ESPN NY 98.7FM, ESPN Chicago 1000, ESPN LA 710AM, ESPN Deportes Radio New York;
> All iHeartMedia-owned ESPN Radio affiliate stations including ESPN1530 (Cincinnati), ESPN 97.9 (Hartford), ESPN 96.1 (Grand Rapids, Mich.), and ESPN 970 (Pittsburgh);
> ESPN Radio’s unparalleled lineup of live sports events like the College Football Playoff Semifinals and National Championship, the NBA Finals, the MLB playoffs and World Series, and much more.