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Sister station of ESPN Radio 1450 West Warwick, Rhode Island Has simulcast WEEI and/or WEEI-FM from 1991 until 1994, and from 1997 onward.Since 2000, the initial affiliate of the WEEI Sports Radio Network.Fort Wayne Tincaps baseball, Purdue University and IPFW athletics.All local programming is simulcast on sister station 106.7 The Fan, Fort Wayne's Fox Sports Radio affiliate (106.7 The Fan's primary market is Angola, already serviced by WLKI-HD3/W224BY "ESPN 92.7").Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Pacers, Indy Car Series and Butler Bulldogs basketball flagship station; also carries Indiana Hoosiers (Some rights shared with sister stations WIBC and WLHK).Only ESPN properties carried are "Mike & Mike" and some live sports as of 3/30/2017.The first Hispanic sports talk station covering the Greater Miami Area including Boyton Beach, Fort Lauderdale and the upper keys.Power: 47,000 Watts Programming: Local Flagship of Orlando Magic basketball; affiliate of Miami Hurricanes football, Tampa Bay Rays baseball, Jacksonville Jaguars football, Florida State Seminoles football & basketball, and NASCAR live coverage The first owned-and-operated station for ESPN Radio, and the network's Midwest flagship. Chicago Bulls flagship, and key affiliate for both University of Notre Dame and University of Illinois at Chicago.
Flagship of the Miami Dolphins and Florida Panthers.
KFFN also includes West Wood One Sports programming.
KEPN: Carries full ESPN Radio schedule."ESPN 980" is the Washington Redskins football flagship, Washington Wizards & Georgetown Hoyas basketball flagship, Maryland Terrapins and Virginia Cavaliers football & men's basketball coverage and Baltimore Orioles affiliate.
Also broadcasts Keene Swamp Bats baseball and the local afternoon-drive shoe Dean Talks Boston, hosted by Dean Prentiss.2014 FIFA World Cup, College Football Playoff, NCAA Tournament (since 2006), MLB, NBA and NFL live coverage, Philadelphia Eagles games and Absegami, EHT, Holy Spirit, Atlantic City, Mainland, EHT, and Pleasantville High School sports.
WGR: Buffalo Sabres (NHL) and Buffalo Bills (NFL) flagship station.