On Monday, Sept. 9, ESPN Radio will unveil the first phase of its revamped late afternoon and evening weekday lineup when Sedano & Stink, hosted by Jorge Sedano and Mark Schlereth, debuts at 7 p.m. ET. The three-hour show will be followed each weekday by The Freddie Coleman Show at 10 p.m.
The new lineup will be complete when The Dan LeBatard Show makes its national debut from Miami on Monday, Sept 30 at 4 p.m. The three-hour program will tackle the major issues of the day and feature thought-provoking sports discussion. More details on the show will be announced closer to launch date. LeBatard’s local radio show will continue to be broadcast for one hour beginning at 3 p.m.
LeBatard will also continue to host Highly Questionable on ESPN2 weekdays at 4 p.m. Bomani Jones, who is a regular on the TV show, will also have a role on the new national radio program.
All shows will be available on ESPN Radio, espnradio.com, the ESPN Radio app and Sirius Channel 84.
Sedano & Stink (7-10 p.m.) Debuts September 9
Jorge Sedano, most recently the program director/afternoon host at WQAM in Miami, will make his ESPN Radio debut on the show. ESPN NFL analyst Mark Schlereth, whose nickname while with the Denver Broncos was “Stink,” has co-hosted in this time slot since January 2012. The focus and tone of the show will evolve as evening events unfold. Listener interaction via social media will be a staple of the program.
The Freddie Coleman Show (10 p.m. – 1 a.m.) Debuts September 9
The three-hour show, hosted by Coleman, will focus on the sports news events of the day and the games in progress with an emphasis on Coleman’s opinions and reaction to those events. The show had previously aired on Saturday and Sunday nights.
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