Garrett Wilson of the New York Jets celebrates his fourth...

Garrett Wilson of the New York Jets celebrates his fourth quarter against the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium on Sept. 11, 2023. Credit: Jim McIsaac

The Jets’ radio flagship will move to the FM classic rock station Q104.3 for the 2024 season, ending a run with ESPN Radio that dates to 2002, a source said.

The move, which is to be announced on Wednesday morning, is part of a larger radio and streaming partnership with iHeartMedia, which will stream Jets games and other content on its app, as well as on the Jets’ own app.

The change was prompted by ESPN New York’s plan to sell off its 98.7-FM signal this summer and focus on its less accessible 1050-AM outlet and streaming for programming.

Also, iHeartMedia will promote Jets programming on its other stations, including Z100, Power 105.1, 103.5 KTU and 710-WOR.

The new radio location will not affect the Jets’ longtime announcing crew, which features Bob Wischusen on play-by-play and Marty Lyons as analyst.

ESPN New York is expected to continue carrying Knicks and Rangers games next season even after the departure from FM radio. 

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