ESPN has spent more than a decade as a muted also-ran in its sports talk radio battle with WFAN, unable to overtake the station that invented the genre but unwilling to give up.
Now, at last, the network has made a move that could be a game-changer.
Starting Monday, ESPN Radio's New York outlet will move to 98.7 FM, replacing the venerable rhythm and blues station KISS-FM. It gives...
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