ESPN Radio SportsCenter

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ESPN Radio SportsCenter has sports updates two or three times an hour during key time slots, usually by separate anchors. Weekdays from 6am to 4pm Eastern, there are two updates an hour, at the top of the hour and 30 minutes past. At all other times, there are three hourly updates, at the top of the hour, 20 minutes past, and 40 minutes past.

ESPN Radio's marquee segment lasts between one minute and two and a half minutes (depending on time of day) and includes scores, stats, news and sound bites. During the updates, the SportsCenter theme music plays throughout. ESPN Radio SportsCenter is heard during marquee programs such as Mike and Mike in the Morning, The Herd with Colin Cowherd, The Scott Van Pelt Show. It is also heard every twenty minutes during MLB and NBA broadcasts on ESPN Radio. It can also be heard on certain EA Sports games that include ESPN integration.

The morning Radio SportsCenter anchors were Bob Picozzi and Christine Lisi. As of August 30, 2010, Mike Greenberg anchors the SportsCenter Updates during Mike and Mike. Dan Davis, who is an ESPN Radio original broadcaster, controls the midday updates, while John Stashower and Marc Kestacher usually are there in the evening. The late night crew usually switches between Neil Jackson and Jay Reynolds. Most of the ESPN Radio SportsCenter anchors also have other assignments from ESPN; for instance, Bob Picozzi also does play-by-play for Big East basketball and Jon Stashower is also heard on ESPN Radio's College Gameday.

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Eastern Pacific Update Anchor Programs
6 a.m.   3 a.m. Mike Greenberg Mike and Mike in the Morning
10 a.m.   7 a.m. Dan Davis The Herd with Colin Cowherd,The Scott Van Pelt Show
4 p.m.   1 p.m. Mark Kestacher The Dan Le Batard Show
7 p.m.   4 p.m. Jon Stashower Baseball Tonight and The Brian Kenny Show
10 p.m.   7 p.m. Jay Reynolds, Kevin Winter or Neil Jackson Football Tonight and SportsCenter Nightly
1 a.m.   10 p.m. Jay Reynolds or Neil Jackson Sportscenter AllNight
4 a.m.   1 a.m. Bob Picozzi Sportscenter AM

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