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ESPN Radio 800am is proud to announce that we will be upgrading our signal to the FM dial 98.9, making us the only FM Sports Radio station in San Diego with all the best Nationally syndicated programming in the marketplace! (click keep on reading for press release)
San Diego’s MEC Network, Inc. has announced that a simulcast of the nationally syndicated ESPN Radio sports talk programming and play-by-play will replace the BLAZIN’ “Hip Hop and More” music format on their XMOR-FM 98.9 frequency effective 12:01am on Monday, October 5th.
In addition to the ESPN Radio regular sports talk programming line up that includes “Mike and Mike in the Morning”, “The Herd with Colin Cowherd” and the “Scott Van Pelt Show”, ESPN Radio San Diego - FM 98.9 and AM 800 will continue to broadcast ESPN’s Major League Baseball Game of the Week, MLB Playoffs, MLB World Series, NBA Game of the Week, NBA Playoffs, NBA Finals, ESPN College Football, The Bowl Championship Series, and various bowl games including the Poinsettia Bowl, and the Holiday Bowl on both stations. ESPN Radio San Diego – FM 98.9 and AM 800 Programming and Operations Director Milton Hines says, “MEC Network is excited to put the ESPN brand on FM radio in the San Diego Market just in time for the start of the Major League Baseball Playoffs and World Series! With ESPN’s superior sports talk jocks along with the best play-by-play lineup in San Diego, now in crystal-clear FM, we look forward to ESPN Radio San Diego – FM 98.9 and AM 800 becoming the number one sports talk radio station in San Diego sooner rather than later!”
ESPN Radio San Diego - FM 98.9 and AM 800 will also broadcast NFL games from the Compass Media Network, American League baseball games from the defending AL West Champion Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Pac Ten Champion USC Trojans Football and UCLA Bruins Basketball.
ESPN Radio sports talk programming and play-by-play will now be available in San Diego on MEC Network’s XMOR-FM 98.9 and XSPN-AM 800 starting at 12:01am on Monday, October 5th.