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December 1, 2022

98.7 ESPN Radio New York Shakes Up Their Lineup, The Michael Kay Show with Rosenberg Goes Untouched

ESPN today announced a new schedule for ESPN NY 98.7 FM featuring an expansive 16 hours of local studio programming between 6 a.m. and midnight every weekday beginning Jan. 3. The new schedule begins with the expansion of DiPietro & Rothenberg to four hours each morning from 6-10 a.m. Rick DiPietro and Dave Rothenberg will continue to bring fans authentic reaction, expert insight and engaging conversation hitting all the headlines from the previous night and a look at the day ahead.


The new lineup also features the continuation of fan-favorite Bart & Hahn in the 12-3 p.m. slot, with the duo now exclusive to 98.7 and focused entirely on New York. Former New York Jets linebacker, NFL Pro Bowler and current co-host across Jets gameday coverage on SNY, Bart Scott and five-time Emmy Award winning broadcaster with MSG Network’s New York Knicks coverage, Alan Hahn will be connecting with local fans on the most impactful and timely storylines across New York sports both on and off the field.


“We are always looking for the best ways to serve sports fans and we are excited to bring even more New York flavor and content to local fans throughout their day on 98.7,” said Scott McCarthy, vice president, ESPN Audio. “Expanding DiPietro & Rothenberg in morning drive and being fortunate enough to have Bart & Hahn as a local New York-focused show will create consistency for listeners and give our hosts a greater opportunity to engage with audiences, and each other, on the day’s top stories.”


The rest of the day on ESPN NY 98.7 will retain the same great shows, featuring Greeny (10 a.m.-12p.m.), the legendary Michael Kay Show featuring Hot 97's Rosenberg and Don La Greca (3-7 p.m.), Dan Graca (7-10 p.m.) and Hardesty & Damer (10 p.m.-12 a.m.).


ESPN’s national radio lineup including Keyshawn, JWill & Max, will continue to be available on 1050AM ESPN New York and digitally on SiriusXM, TuneIn and the ESPN App.


Keyshawn, JWill & Max, the national ESPN radio and TV cable show will no longer air on 98.7 ESPN Radio New York come January. It currently airs in the time slot of 8-10am.   





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