Fox Sports Radio

The Fox Sports Radio Network, based in Los Angeles, California, is a division of Premiere Networks in partnership with Fox Sports. With studios also in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Tampa, Phoenix, Tulsa, Cincinnati, and Las Vegas, the Fox Sports Radio Network can be heard on more than 400 stations, as well as on MSN and iHeartRadio.

Clear Channel Communications sold its stake in Sirius XM Radio in the second quarter of fiscal year 2013. As a result, nine of Clear Channel's eleven XM Satellite Radio stations, including Fox Sports Radio, ceased broadcast over XM on October 18, 2013.[1] Fox Sports Radio returned to the Sirius XM radio lineup on January 20, 2017.

As the network concentrates on sports news, highlights, analysis and opinion at any time of the week, many of its affiliates opt out to air their own local show or provide live coverage of play-by-play games. As a result, several shows that these affiliates simulcast may not be full-length.

Fox Sports Radio
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ParentFox Sports
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Fox Sports Radio
Fox Sports Radio at Super Bowl LIII Fan Gallery, Feb 2019 2
A Fox Sports Radio broadcast at Super Bowl LIII Radio Row, Feb 2019 2



All Times are Eastern Standard Time


  • The Jonas Knox Show (2:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m.)
  • The Fellas w/ Anthony Gargano & Lincoln Kennedy (6:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.)
  • The Big Lead w/ Jason McIntyre (10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.)
  • Fox Sports Saturday w/ various anchors (1:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.)


  • Straight Outta Vegas w/ Bernie Fratto (sports betting show; 2:00 a.m. – 3:00 a.m.)
  • The Jonas Knox Show (3:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m.)
  • Fox Sports Sunday w/ various pairs of anchors (6:00 a.m. – 2:00 a.m.)

Daily segments

  • Fox Sports Radio Update: One-minute recaps of sports news, scores and stats updated every hour, similar to ESPN Radio SportsCenter

Fox Sports Radio local affiliates

This is a partial station listings for local affiliates of Fox Sports Radio.[6]

Market Branding Special local programming notes
Florence, Alabama Fox Sports 1340 - The Ref [2] Flagship station for University of North Alabama Basketball and Muscle Shoals High School athletics
Flagstaff, Arizona Fox Sports Radio 1650 [3]
Phoenix, Arizona Fox Sports 910 - The Valley's Sports Leader [4] Phoenix affiliate of the Arizona IMG Sports Network
Fort Smith, Arkansas 103.1 The Sports Hog [5] Arkansas Razorbacks, Dallas Cowboys, and Kansas City Royals affiliate station
Bakersfield, California 970 Fox Sports Radio [7] Los Angeles Lakers affiliate station
Fresno, California Fox Sports Radio 1340 [6]
Lancaster, California 610 Fox Sports Radio [8] High Desert affiliate for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Los Angeles Lakers
Los Angeles, California AM 570 Fox Sports L.A. [7] Flagship station of Fox Sports Radio, Los Angeles Dodgers Radio Network, and UCLA Sports Network from IMG. Petros and Money (Petros Papadakis & Matt Smith) weekdays 3-7 pm.
Redding, California Fox Sports 1400 24/7 Fox Sports Radio, home of the Sacramento Kings, San Jose Sharks and Oakland Athletics
San Diego, California XTRA Sports 1360 [8]
San Francisco, California 95.7 FM The Game Home of the Oakland A's, Oakland Raiders and Golden State Warriors...Airs Fox Sports Radio from 11pm-6am daily
Wilmington, Delaware The Ticket 1290 [9] Wilmington Blue Rocks baseball, Penn State football
Jacksonville, Florida 97.3 The Game Florida Gators affiliate
Panama City, Florida Fox Newsradio 94.5 WFLA [9] Airs FSR overnights
West Palm Beach, Florida 640 Sports Home of the Florida Atlantic University Owls and Nova Southeastern University Sharks athletics; affiliate of the NHL Florida Panthers and MLB New York Yankees.
Jesup, Georgia 1370 The BUZZ [10] Atlanta Braves baseball, Jacksonville Jaguars NFL, Georgia Tech Rambling Wreck and Georgia Southern Eagles; FSR 24/7 with Jim Rome 12-3
Aurora, Illinois AM 1280 WBIG [11] Chicago affiliate. Flagship station for the Kane County Cougars; affiliate for the Chicago White Sox, Chicago Bears, and Chicago Bulls, Batavia Bulldogs High School Football and West Aurora Blackhawks Basketball.
Indianapolis, Indiana SportsRadio WNDE [12]
Des Moines, Iowa Iowa's Sports Station 1460 KXNO [13] Affiliate for the Minnesota Vikings, St. Louis Cardinals, Iowa State Cyclones women's basketball and Northern Iowa Panthers football and men's basketball
Waterloo/Cedar Falls, Iowa 1650 The Fan KCNZ [14] Flagship for the Waterloo Black Hawks. Affiliate for the Chicago Cubs and Iowa State Cyclones
Salina, Kansas Fox News Talk 910 KINA Airs FSR Overnights and Weekends
Owensboro, Kentucky Fox Sports Radio WQXQ
Baton Rouge, Louisiana WLRO The Score 1210 [10]
New Orleans, Louisiana Fox Sports 1280 Airs local programming. Flagship station of New Orleans Zephyrs Triple-A Minor League Baseball and Tulane Green Wave athletics.
Shreveport, Louisiana 1130 The Tiger Local programming, affiliate of LSU Tigers sports radio network and New Orleans Saints football.
Portland, Maine The Big JAB 96.3 Partial affiliate; overnights and weekends. Portland affiliate for the Boston Red Sox; flagship station for the Maine Red Claws
Boston, Massachusetts Talk 1200 Partial affiliate; nights.
Fitchburg, Massachusetts 1280 WPKZ [15] Partial affiliate; nights and weekends. Fitchburg affiliate for the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots
Pittsfield, Massachusetts AM 1420 WBEC Partial affiliate; nights and weekends. Pittsfield affiliate for the Boston Red Sox, Boston Bruins, and New England Patriots
Detroit, Michigan Sports Radio 1130 WDFN [16]
Kalamazoo, Michigan 1660 The Fan
Minneapolis, Minnesota 100.3 FM KFAN: The Fan [17] Partial affiliate (nights and weekends). Flagship station for the Minnesota Vikings
Cape Girardeau, Missouri KAPE Radio 1550 [18] Partial affiliate for overnights and weekends
Springfield, Missouri KGMY Radio 1400 [19]
Las Vegas, Nevada Fox Sports 98.9 FM and 1340 AM [11] Flagship station for the Vegas Golden Knights.
Keene, New Hampshire Fox Sports 104.1 FM and 1220 AM [20]
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire 1420 WASR [21] Partial affiliate; overnights and weekends. Affiliate for the Boston Red Sox.
Albuquerque/Rio Rancho, New Mexico "The Rock of Talk" - FM 95.9 / AM 1600 [22] Affiliate of Jay Mohr Sports, The Dan Patrick Show, and radio home of Denver Broncos, Notre Dame Football and English Premiere League; local afternoon drive programming
Binghamton, New York 1430 The Team [23] Binghamton Devils flagship station
Kingston, New York WGHQ 920 [24] Coverage of Army Football, Army baseball, hockey, basketball and Hudson Valley Renegades baseball
Peekskill, New York WLNA 1420 [25] Coverage of Army Football, Army baseball, hockey, basketball and Hudson Valley Renegades baseball
Rochester, New York Hot Talk 1280 WHTK [26]
Troy, New York Fox Sports Radio 980 [27] University of Albany football and basketball flagship station; New York Jets and Boston Red Sox affiliate station
Whiteville, North Carolina 1540 The Fan [28]
Fargo, North Dakota Bison 1660 [29] Flagship station for North Dakota State Bison football and basketball (shares flagship with sister KPFX), also carries select NDSU baseball, softball, soccer, and volleyball games
Akron, Ohio Fox Sports 1350 [30] Flagship station for the Akron RubberDucks and Akron Zips football and basketball; split NASCAR affiliation with sister station WHLO
Cincinnati, Ohio Fox Sports 1360 [31] Cincinnati affiliate for NASCAR along with National Football League games from Westwood One
Columbus, Ohio Fox Sports Radio AM 1230 [32] Columbus affiliate for the Cincinnati Reds
Cleveland, Ohio Newsradio WTAM 1100 [12] AM flagship station for the Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Cavaliers radio networks
(airs weekends)
Dayton, Ohio Fox Sports 980 [33] Flagship for the Dayton Dragons and Dayton affiliate for NFL on Westwood One Sports. Holds the distinction of being Dan Patrick's hometown affiliate (Dan's first on-air job was at sister station WTUE in the late 1970s).
Elyria, Ohio AM 930 WEOL [34] Lorain County affiliate for the Indians, Cavaliers, Buckeyes and Blue Jackets
Toledo, Ohio Fox Sports Radio 1230 WCWA [35] Flagship station of the Toledo Mud Hens, Toledo affiliate for the Cleveland Indians (shared with sister station WSPD).
Youngstown, Ohio 1390 WNIO: The Sports Animal [36] Affiliate of Ohio State University football and basketball, Cleveland Cavaliers basketball, Pittsburgh Steelers football and the NFL on Westwood One
Tulsa, Oklahoma Sports Radio 1430 the Buzz [37] Tulsa affiliate for the Oklahoma Sooners and Tulsa Drillers, flagship station of The Chris Plank Show
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Team 1200 [38] Partial affiliate for overnights
Eugene, Oregon 1050 & 95.7 Fox Sports Eugene [39] Eugene affiliate for the San Francisco 49ers
Medford, Oregon Sports Radio 730 [40]
Portland, Oregon Rip City Radio 620 [41] Flagship station of the Portland Trail Blazers and the Hillsboro Hops of the Class A (short-season) Northwest League
Terrebone, Oregon Fox Sports 94.9 [42]
Allentown, Pennsylvania AM 1470 The Fox [43] Lehigh Valley affiliate for Philadelphia Phillies baseball, Philadelphia 76ers basketball and Philadelphia Flyers hockey, plus local college football and basketball
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 1460 the Ticket [44] Penn State Nittany Lions men's and women's basketball, Cumberland Valley Eagles and Bishop McDevitt Crusaders high school football, flagship station for Harrisburg Senators baseball, and Speaking of Sports w/ Jed Donahue from the Sports Jam Network
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 97.5 The Fanatic [45] Flagship station of the Philadelphia 76ers and the Philadelphia Flyers as well as Philadelphia affiliate for Pittsburgh Pirates baseball
Scranton, Pennsylvania AM 1400 The Game [46]
Williamsport, Pennsylvania Fox Sports Williamsport [47] Lycoming County affiliate for Pittsburgh Pirates baseball, Pittsburgh Penguins hockey, Philadelphia 76ers basketball, and Baltimore Ravens football. Flagship station for Williamsport Crosscutters baseball. Also broadcasts college athletics for Lycoming College, Pennsylvania College of Technology, Wilkes University, Carnegie Mellon University, Coppin State University, and Saint Francis University in addition to local high school athletics.
Spartanburg, South Carolina Fox Sports 1400 Spartanburg [13]
Knoxville, Tennessee WKGN Fox Sports Radio 101.5 (FM) 1340 (AM) [48] Maryville High School football, 3&OUT with Nate Hodges and Houston Kress, The Drive with Russell Smith, Talk Sports with Jon Reed and Cody McClure, Overtime with the D-Team, Voluntary Reaction
Alice, Texas Fox Sports Radio 1070[14] .
Austin, Texas 1300 The Zone[15]
Houston, Texas SportsTalk 790 [49]
Longview, Texas Fox Sports 1370 [50]
Midland, Texas/Odessa, Texas KWEL [51] Weeknights 11 p.m.- 6 a.m.; Saturday 6 p.m.- 6 a.m.; Sunday 5 p.m.- 6 a.m.
Midland, Texas/Odessa, Texas Fox Sports 1510 [52] Station frequency goes dark around sunset until 6 a.m. However it streams 24/7 on their website.
San Antonio, Texas 760 The Ticket [53]
Richmond, Virginia Sports Radio 910 [54] Features every game of the Richmond Flying Squirrels; affiliate of Virginia Tech sports
Seattle/Tacoma, Washington (Seattle) Sports Radio 950 KJR [55] Seattle-Tacoma affiliate of The NFL on Westwood One; simulcasting on KJR-FM 95.7 HD-2.
Seattle/Tacoma, Washington (Tacoma) South Sound Sports 850 AM Clear Channel-owned, sister station to KJR-AM serving the South Puget Sound region; radio home of the Pacific Coast League's Tacoma Rainiers; available in HD
Seattle/Tacoma, Washington (Everett) Fox Sports 1380 [56] Fox Sports Radio for Snohomish County and the North Puget Sound; radio home of the Western Hockey League's Everett Silvertips; available in HD
Yakima, Washington 1390 AM and 104.5 FM The Fan Fox Sports Radio weekday evening and weekend only. Seattle 710 ESPN Mon-Fri daytime.
Fairmont, West Virginia Fox Sports 920 AM [57] Also carries The Dan Patrick Show and The Jim Rome Show
Appleton, Wisconsin AM 1570 and 95.3 FM The Score [58] Airs Milwaukee Bucks games and Marquette University basketball games
Green Bay, Wisconsin 1440 WNFL [59] Airs Milwaukee Bucks games, Milwaukee Brewers weekday games, and local high school football and basketball; NFL Sunday doubleheaders, Sunday Night Football, Monday Night Football, Thursday Night Football, and Saturday Night Football, games from Westwood One
Madison, Wisconsin The Big 1070 [60]
Eau Claire, Wisconsin Sports Radio 1400 [61]
Sheboygan, Wisconsin 950 The Game [62]


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Jay Mohr

Jon Ferguson Cox "Jay" Mohr (born Jon Ferguson Mohr; August 23, 1970) is an American actor, comedian and radio host. He is known for his role as Professor Rick Payne in the TV series Ghost Whisperer (2006–2008), the title role in the CBS sitcom Gary Unmarried (2008–2010), as a featured cast member on the sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live (1993–1995) and the back-stabbing sports agent Bob Sugar in Jerry Maguire (1996). Since making his feature film debut with Jerry Maguire, he has appeared in the films Suicide Kings (1997), Picture Perfect (1997), Paulie (1998), Mafia! (1998), Small Soldiers (1998), The Adventures of Pluto Nash (2002), Are We There Yet? (2005), Street Kings (2008), Hereafter (2010) and The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013).

Mohr hosts his own podcast Mohr Stories on the SModcast Network and, since September 2015, hosted Jay Mohr Sports, a daily midday sports radio talk show on Fox Sports Radio. Mohr left Fox Sports Radio in January 2016 to pursue acting ventures. He was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award as the inaugural host and executive producer of Last Comic Standing (2003–2006).


KGMY (1400 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a sports format. Licensed to Springfield, Missouri, United States, it serves the Springfield market. The station is currently owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. and licensed as Clear Channel Broadcasting Licenses.

KGMY was the ESPN Radio affiliate for Springfield until January 1, 2015. On October 23, 2014, it was announced that KWTO-FM, the market's Fox Sports Radio affiliate, would assume the ESPN Radio affiliation effective January 1, 2015. Fox Sports Radio moved to KGMY on the same date.


KHIT (1450 kHz "CBS Sports Radio 94.1 - 1450") is a commercial radio station that broadcasts a sports radio format. It is licensed to Reno, Nevada, United States and serves the Reno area. The station is currently owned by Lotus Communications. Programming is also heard on FM translator station K231CS at 94.1 MHz.

KHIT is the Reno affiliate of CBS Sports Radio.


KNRO (1400 AM) is a radio station that carries a sports format. Licensed to Redding, California, United States, the station serves the Redding and Red Bluff areas. The station is owned by Mapleton License of Redding, LLC and features programming from Fox Sports Radio.


KWOK (1490 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a sports format to the Aberdeen, Washington, United States, area. The station is owned by Alpha Media LLC and features programming from Fox Sports Radio and Westwood One.

Sports radio

Sports radio (or sports talk radio) is a radio format devoted entirely to discussion and broadcasting of sporting events. A widespread programming genre that has a narrow audience appeal, sports radio is characterized by an often-boisterous on-air style and extensive debate and analysis by both hosts and callers. Many sports talk stations also carry play-by-play (live commentary) of local sports teams as part of their regular programming. Hosted by Bill Mazer, the first sports talk radio show in history launched in March 1964 on New York's WNBC (AM).Soon after WNBC launched its program, in 1965 Seton Hall University's radio station, WSOU, started Hall Line, a call-in sports radio talk show focusing on the team's basketball program. Having celebrated its 50th anniversary on air during the 2015–2016 season, Hall Line, which broadcasts to central and northern New Jersey as well as all five boroughs of New York, is the oldest and longest running sports talk call-in show in the NY-NJ Metropolitan area, and is believed to be the oldest in the nation.Enterprise Radio Network became the first national all-sports network, operating out of Avon, Connecticut, from New Year's Day 1981 through late September of that year before going out of business. ER had two channels, one for talk and a second for updates and play-by-play. ER's talk lineup included current New York Yankees voice John Sterling, New York Mets radio host Ed Coleman and former big-league pitcher Bill Denehy.

Sports talk is available in local, network and syndicated forms, is available in multiple languages, and is carried in multiple forms on both major North American satellite radio networks. In the United States, most sports talk-formatted radio stations air syndicated programming from ESPN Radio, SB Nation Radio, Sports Byline USA, Fox Sports Radio, CBS Sports Radio, or NBC Sports Radio, while in the Spanish language, ESPN Deportes Radio is the largest current network. In contrast, Canadian sports talk stations may carry a national brand (such as TSN Radio or Sportsnet Radio) but carry mostly local programming, with American-based shows filling in gaps. Compared to other formats, interactive "talkback" sports radio poses difficulties for Internet radio, since as a live format it is difficult to automate; most prominent sports leagues also place their radio broadcasts behind a paywall or provide their broadcasts directly to the consumer, depriving standalone Internet stations of potential programming. Pre-recorded sports talk programs (usually interview-centered) can be podcasted with relative ease, and sports teams have also launched their own online digital networks with sports talk centered around their own properties.

As with most other radio formats, sports radio uses dayparting. ESPN Radio, for instance, insists that its affiliates carry Mike and Mike in the Morning during morning drive time to provide as much national clearance as possible; in contrast, it carries less prominent programming in the afternoon drive to accommodate local sports talk, as well as in the evening (for its first two decades, rolling score updates aired under the banner of GameNight) to allow stations to break away for local sporting events. Somewhat unusually for radio, the late-night and overnight hosts have more prominence on a sports talk network, due to a near-complete lack of local preemption; Sports Byline USA, for instance, only operates overnights.

Sports radio stations typically depend on drawing an audience that fits advertiser-friendly key demographics, particularly young men with the disposable income to invest in sports fandom, since the format does not have the broad appeal to reach a critical mass in the general public. Prominent sports radio stations typically get their greatest listenership from live play-by-play of local major professional sports league or college sports franchises; less prominent stations (especially on the AM dial) may not have this option because of poorer (or for daytime-only stations, non-existent) nighttime signals and smaller budgets for rights fees.


WDOS (730 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Sports and News/talk format. Licensed to Oneonta, New York, United States, the station is currently owned by Townsquare Media. It features local programming from 6am to 10am weekdays followed by Glenn Beck and Fox Sports Radio .


WFNN is a sports radio station in Erie, Pennsylvania that broadcasts on 1330 kHz and is operated by iHeartMedia. It is an affiliate of Fox Sports Radio. Its current name is Fox Sports Radio AM 1330: The Fan.


WFXN (1230 AM) is a sports radio-formatted radio station licensed to Moline, Illinois. The station is owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. with studios located in Davenport, Iowa. The station is known as "Fox Sports 1230".

AM 1230 broadcasts at a power of 1 kW with transmitter located on 7th Street in Moline between 30th and 32nd Avenues.


WHTK (AM 1280) is a radio station broadcasting a sports format. Licensed to Rochester, New York, United States, the station serves the Rochester area. The station is owned by iHeartMedia, with studios downtown and a transmitter in Brighton. It features programming from Fox Sports Radio. WHTK carries New York Yankees broadcasts, shares rights to the Rochester Red Wings with WYSL (with WYSL carrying afternoon games and WHTK carrying night games), among other local and national sports. The station's weekday lineup includes Dan Patrick, The Rich Eisen Show, and Carl Falk. On weekends, the station carries a variety of sports programming including the Canandaigua National Bank High School Sports Show (section V athletics), The Pain Clinic (pro wrestling), Kick This! (soccer), What's Going On (current events and issues) and more.


WISE (1310 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a sports format. Licensed to Asheville, North Carolina, United States, it serves the Asheville area. The station is currently owned by Saga Communications Of North Carolina.

The station is an affiliate of the Atlanta Braves radio network, the largest radio affiliate network in Major League Baseball.


WJOX (690 AM, "Jox 3") is an all-sports radio station licensed to Birmingham, Alabama, with daytime licensed power of 50,000 watts and 500 watts at night. WJOX is the Birmingham affiliate of the University of Alabama Crimson Tide Sports Network (football only), the UAB Blazers Radio Network (baseball only), Tennessee Titans Radio, the Atlanta Braves and Fox Sports Radio. It used to be the broadcast home of the Birmingham Barons. The station has studios in Homewood and its transmitter is in Midfield.


WOLF (1490 AM) is a Sports formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Syracuse, New York, serving the Syracuse metropolitan area. The station is 91.1% owned by Craig Fox, who also owns several other radio and low-power TV stations in the state of New York. The WOLF broadcast license is held by WOLF Radio, Inc. The station is also simulcast on FM translator W223CP at 92.5 FM.


WQXQ (101.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Sports talk radio format. Licensed to Central City, Kentucky, United States, the station serves the Central City, and the Owensboro, Kentucky and Evansville, Indiana areas. The station is currently owned by Radio Active Media, Inc. WQXQ is considered a "Heritage Broadcast Station."


WRHD (94.3 MHz, "94.3 The Game") is a commercial FM radio station in Farmville, North Carolina. It is owned by Inner Banks Media and airs a sports radio format. WRHD carries programming from the Fox Sports Radio Network and airs the syndicated "Dan Patrick Show" middays.


WRIG (1390 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a sports format. Licensed to Schofield, Wisconsin, the station serves the Wausau, Wisconsin area. The station is currently owned by Midwest Communications. and features programming from Fox Sports Radio. WRIG was originally located at 1400 kHz, licensed to Wausau, Wisconsin, broadcasting a Top 40 format until the move to 1390 kHz in 1985 and a switch to an Oldies format. WRIG also broadcast Dial-Global's "Adult Standards" format from 1993 to 2006, and then the Oldies Channel until the move to FOX Sports Radio in 2009. In November 2012, WRIG added a translator station at 93.9 MHz (call sign W230BU).


WRWM is a sports talk radio station in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.


WYSE (970 AM) is a radio station located in Canton, North Carolina, that simulcasts WISE's sports talk format from Asheville, North Carolina. Owned by Saga Communications, the station is licensed by the FCC to broadcast with 5000 Watts of power during the day and 30 Watts at night.

The station is an affiliate of the Atlanta Braves radio network, the largest radio affiliate network in Major League Baseball.


WZBK (1220 AM; "Fox Sports Keene") is a radio station licensed to serve Keene, New Hampshire, United States. The station is owned by Saga Communications (through its Monadnock Radio Group) and licensed to Saga Communications of New Hampshire, LLC. It airs a sports radio format supplied by Fox Sports Radio. The station was assigned the WZBK call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on August 14, 2002.In October 2008, WZBK dropped its adult standards format in favor of a simulcast of the news/talk programming of sister station WKVT from Brattleboro, Vermont. On March 31, 2011, the simulcast of WKVT was replaced by a sports radio format, largely from ESPN Radio with a local afternoon drive show and local sports. In January 2017, the station dropped ESPN Radio for Fox Sports Radio.

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