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ACC Wednesday
Big Monday
ESPN College Football Saturday Primetime
ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime
ESPN Full Circle/Megacast
ESPN Major League Soccer
ESPN2 College Football Friday Primetime
ESPN2 College Football Saturday Primetime
Friday Night Fights
Monday Night Baseball
Monday Night Football
NBA Friday
NBA Wednesday
Professional Bowlers Association
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Sunday Night Baseball
Super Tuesday
Throwdown Thursday
Wednesday Night Baseball
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Wimbledon
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Stephen A. Smith
Around the Horn
First Take
First Take Re-Take
His & Hers
Outside the Lines
Pardon the Interruption
The Sports Reporters
SportsNation
Original series
30 for 30
ESPN2 Block Party
ESPN2 Garage
NBA Live: Bring It Home
The New American Sportsman
Nine for IX
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Baseball Tonight
The Beat
College Football Final
College Football Live
College Football Scoreboard
College GameDay basketball
College GameDay football
College GameNight
College GameNight: Midnight Madness
E:60
ESPN FC
The Jump
MMA Live
Monday Night Countdown
NASCAR Countdown
NBA Coast to Coast
NBA Countdown
NBA Fastbreak
NBA Shootaround
NFL Insiders
NFL Live
NFL Matchup
NFL Primetime
Outside the Lines First Report
SportsCenter
Sunday NFL Countdown
WNBA Shootaround
World Cup Live

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Current (2024) ESPN personalities…  (in alphabetical order by last name)

ESPN RADIO PERSONALITIES

Doug Brown: 1993–present (ESPN Radio SportsCenter and SportsCenter Nightly)
Chris Canty: 2021–present (Canty & Golic Jr. 2021-22, Canty & Carlin 2022-present)
Joe D’Ambrosio: 1996–present (MLB on ESPN Radio and ESPN Radio SportsCenter)
Mike Greenberg: 1999–2017 (Mike and Mike); 2020-present (Greeny)
Alan Hahn: 2021–present (Bart & Hahn)
Matt Jones: 2020–present (Sunday NFL Countdown)
Marc Kestecher: 1999–present (NBA on ESPN Radio, MLB on ESPN Radio, ESPN Radio SportsCenter and NIT on ESPN Radio)
Mel Kiper Jr.: 1992–present (ESPN Radio College Gameday and Dari and Mel)
Christine Lisi: 1990–present (ESPN Radio SportsCenter)
Jay Reynolds: ?–present (ESPN Radio SportsCenter and SportsCenter AM)
Bart Scott: 2021–present (Bart & Hahn)
Dan Shulman: 2002–present (MLB on ESPN Radio)
Chris Singleton: 2011–present (MLB on ESPN Radio)
Sarah Spain: 2015–present (Spain & Prim, The Trifecta, Izzy & Spain, Spain & Fitz and Spain & Company)
Bob Valvano: 1998–present (The V Show with Bob Valvano and NIT on ESPN Radio)

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Analysts

Eric Allen (2002–present): NFL Live
Teddy Atlas (1998–present): Friday Night Fights
Jon Barry (2006–present): NBA on ESPN
Jay Bilas (1995–present): College GameDay (basketball) and ESPN College Basketball
Aaron Boulding (2005–present): video game
Hubie Brown: (2005–present) NBA on ABC and NBA on ESPN
Ryan Callahan (2021-present): NHL on ESPN
Cassie Campbell-Pascall (2021-present): NHL on ESPN
Lee Corso (1987–present): College GameDay (football)
Rick DiPietro (2021-present): NHL on ESPN
Ray Ferraro (2002-2004, 2021-present): NHL on ESPN
Fran Fraschilla (2004–present): ESPN College Basketball
Rod Gilmore: ESPN College Football Friday Primetime
Scott Goodyear (2001–present): IndyCar Series
Tim Hasselbeck (2008–present): NFL Live
Kirk Herbstreit (1995–present): College GameDay (football) and ESPN Saturday Night Football on ABC
Desmond Howard (2005–present): College GameDay (football)
Quint Kessenich (2005–present): lacrosse and ESPN College Football and ESPN College Basketball
Mel Kiper, Jr. (1984–present): NFL Draft and scouting
Hilary Knight (2021-present): NHL on ESPN
Tim Kurkjian (1998–present): Baseball Tonight
Tim Legler (2000–present): NBA on ESPN, NBA Shootaround and NBA Fastbreak
Trevor Matich: ESPN College Football
Mark May: ESPN College Football
Lon McEachern (1994–present): poker
Greg McElroy (2015–present): ESPN College Football
Patrick McEnroe (1995–present): tennis
Steve McManaman (2010–present): soccer
Todd McShay: ESPN College Football and NFL Draft scouting
Mark Messier (2021-present): NHL on ESPN
A. J. Mleczko (2021-present): NHL on ESPN
Dominic Moore (2021-present): NHL on ESPN
Chris Mortensen: Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown
David Norrie: College Football on ABC and ESPN College Football
Andy North (2004–present): golf
Buster Olney (2003–present): Baseball Tonight
Jesse Palmer: College Football on ABC and ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime
Jeff Passan (2019—present): MLB
David Pollack: ESPNU College Football and College GameDay (football)
Derek Rae (1994–present): Champions League coverage
Jordan Rodgers (2016–present): ESPN College Football
Jalen Rose (2007–present): NBA on ESPN
Nick Saban (2024–present): College GameDay (football)

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Adam Schefter 2009–present: NFL programming
Chris Singleton: Baseball Tonight and Monday Night Baseball
Michael Smith (2003–present): Around the Horn, NFL Live, and E:60
Matt Stinchcomb: ESPNU College Football
Bob Valvano: ESPN College Basketball
Jeff Van Gundy: NBA on ESPN
Fernando Viña: Baseball Tonight
Dick Vitale (1982–present): ESPN College Basketball
Jay Walker: ESPNU College Football
Andre Ware: ESPN College Football
Kevin Weekes (2021-present): NHL on ESPN
Jay Williams: ESPN College Basketball
Damien Woody: (2011–present): NFL Live

Anchors

John Anderson: 1999–present (SportsCenter)
Victoria Arlen: 2021–present (SportsCenter)
Nicole Briscoe: 2008–present (SportsCenter host)
John Buccigross: 1996–present (Baseball Tonight, ESPNews, NHL 2Night, SportsCenter, In The Crease, and The Point)
Linda Cohn: 1992–present (SportsCenter, X Center, and In The Crease)
Antonietta Collins: 2016–present (SportsCenter)
Shae Peppler Cornette: 2022–present (SportsCenter)
Kevin Connors: 2008–present (ESPNews, College Football Live and NFL Live)
Brian Custer 2021–present (SportsCenter)
Rece Davis: 1994–present (SportsCenter, College Football Live, College GameNight and College GameDay (football))
Elle Duncan: 2016–present (SportsCenter)
Chris Fowler: 1986–present (College GameDay (football)) and tennis
Mike Greenberg: 1996–present (SportsCenter and Mike & Mike)
Jay Harris: 2003–present (ESPNews and SportsCenter)
Mark Jones: 1990–present (college basketball, women’s basketball and American football coverage)
Jen Lada: 2015–present (SportsCenter and College Football Live)
Steve Levy: 1993–present (SportsCenter and NHL on ESPN)
Chris McKendry: 1996–present (SportsCenter and ESPNews)
Sarina Morales: 2015–present (SportsCenter)
Arda Ocal: 2016-present (SportsCenter, The Point, and In The Crease)
Karl Ravech: 1993–present (Baseball Tonight and SportsCenter)
Tony Reali: 2000–present (Pardon the Interruption and host of Around the Horn)
Kelsey Riggs: 2021–present (SportsCenter)
Dianna Russini: 2015–present (SportsCenter)
Prim Siripipat: 2011–present
Hannah Storm: 2008–present (NBA Countdown and SportsCenter)

Commentators

J.A. Adande: 2003–present (Around the Horn)
Jim Armstrong: 2004–present (Around the Horn)
Kevin Blackistone: 2003–present (Around the Horn)
Bomani Jones: 2014–present (Highly Questionable)
Norman Chad: 2003–present (World Series of Poker)
Tim Cowlishaw: 2002–present (Around the Horn and NASCAR Now)
Israel Gutierrez: 2008–present (Around the Horn and First Take)
Mina Kimes: 2014–present (Around the Horn)
Tony Kornheiser: 1997–present (co-host of Pardon the Interruption, and formerly Monday Night Football)
Jackie MacMullan: 2003–present (Around the Horn)
Woody Paige: 2003–present (Around the Horn, Cold Pizza and 1st and 10)
Bill Plaschke: 2003–present (Around the Horn)
Bob Ryan: 1993–present (The Sports Reporters and Around the Horn)
Stephen A. Smith: 2003–present (First Take), (NBA Shootaround and formerly Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith)
Sarah Spain: 2016–present (Around the Horn)
Michael Wilbon: 2001–present (co-host of Pardon the Interruption, and ESPN on ABC’s NBA Countdown)

Play-by-play

Mike Breen: 2003–present (NBA coverage)
Joe Buck: 2022-present Monday Night Football
Brian Custer: 2021–present (ESPN CFB, ESPN College Basketball and NBA on ESPN)
Ian Darke: 2010–present (MLS and World Cup coverage)
Dan Shulman: 1995–present (MLB and college basketball play-by-play announcer)
Joe Tessitore: 2003–present (boxing and college football coverage)[1]
Bob Wischusen: 2006–present (college football, college basketball, and NHL)

Reporters

Shaun Assael: 2003–present (Outside the Lines reporter, E:60 reporter)
Bonnie Bernstein: 1995–1998, 2006–present (SportsCenter correspondent, Wednesday Night Baseball, college football, NFL, substitute host for NFL Live and Jim Rome Is Burning, co-host The Michael Kay Show on 1050 ESPN Radio (New York))
Georgie Bingham 2007–present (co-host of SportsCenter for ESPN non-domestic market and Soccernet SportsCenter)
Chris Connelly: 2001–present (SportsCenter reporter)
Jeff Darlington: 2016–present (SportsCenter NFL reporter)
Dan Graziano: 2011–present (NFL Live, SportsCenter and Get Up)
Tina Dixon: 2006–present (college football coverage)
Jeannine Edwards: 1995–present (primary horse racing reporter)
Gary Gerould 1980–present (NHRA coverage)
Bob Holtzman: 2000–present (SportsCenter reporter)
Katie Nolan: 2017–present (Sports? with Katie Nolan podcast)
Sal Paolantonio: 1995–present (SportsCenter reporter)
Holly Rowe: 1998–present (college football sideline reporter, women’s college basketball play-by-play)
Lisa Salters: 2000–present (SportsCenter reporter, Monday Night Football sideline reporter)
Jeremy Schaap: 1996–present (Outside the Lines host; SportsCenter and E:60 reporter)
Shelley Smith: 1997–present (SportsCenter reporter)
Tommy Smyth: 1993–present (Champions League and MLS coverage)
Sarah Spain: 2014–present (SportsCenter reporter)
Michele Steele: 2011–present (SportsCenter reporter)
Marc Stein: 2002–present (NBA Fastbreak)
Rick Sutcliffe: 2002–present (MLB coverage)
Gary Thorne: 1992–present (play-by-play announcer for various events)
Scott Van Pelt: 2001–present (SportsCenter and golf coverage)
Stan Verrett: 2000–present (SportsCenter)
Pam Ward: 1996–present (college football and women’s basketball coverage)
Michael Wilbon: 2001–present (co-host of Pardon the Interruption)
Gene Wojciechowski: 1992–present (ESPN.com)
Darren Woodson: 2005–present (NFL Live)
Eric Wynalda: 2003–present (MLS and World Cup)
Katie George: 2019–present (college football sideline reporter, ACC Network)

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