Audacy (NYSE: AUD) today announced the launch of Game Time with Boomer Esiason, a new podcast produced by 2400Sports, Audacy’s sports podcast studio. Listen to the trailer and follow the series HERE.
The standalone podcast, which includes exclusive content, is voiced by Esiason and gives deeper introductory insight into his guests, post-interview analysis, and extended interview content not included in the broadcast cut. Upcoming guests include Luke Fickell, Kurt Warner, George Kittle, Jonathan Allen, Mikaela Schiffrin, Tyreek Hill, Darius Leonard, Austin Cindric, Brandon Nimmo and more.
“I’m really excited about the opportunity to expand our in-depth conversations with some of the biggest stars in sports through the launch of this new podcast,” said Esiason. “This show will enable us to dig deeper into what makes these icons tick and will deliver can’t-miss content for listeners across the country.”
Esiason, a former NFL quarterback, who has played for the Cincinnati Bengals, New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals, has been recognized as NFL’s Most Valuable Player, AFC Player of the Year, AFC Champion, Walter Payton “Man of the Year,” and four-time Pro Bowler. He holds numerous NFL records, including most passing yards, touchdown passes and completions for a left-handed quarterback. He is the lead analyst for CBS’s “NFL Today” and Showtime’s “Inside the NFL” and the host of Audacy’s drive-time morning radio show “Boomer and Gio.” Esiason is the annual host of the CBS primetime special “Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercial,” past host of Macy’s “Thanksgiving Day Parade,” “Miss America,” the lead analyst for “Monday Night Football” and the longtime Commissioner of the “Feline Football League” on the Hallmark Channel. He has starred in national commercials for more than 25 major brands including Diet Coke, Wheaties, Reebok, Samsung, Hanes, Doritos and Domino’s. Growing up on Long Island, N.Y., Esiason was a varsity baseball, football and basketball player at East Islip High School and a two-time Honorable Mention All-American at the University of Maryland, where he set 17 school records. He has raised nearly $200,000,000 for the Boomer Esiason Foundation, which is making a significant impact on cystic fibrosis throughout North America, funding college scholarships and major research.
Audacy is the unrivaled leader in sports radio, reaching three times more people than the leading competitor. Audacy is the #1 sports radio ownership group, which owns and operates 39 all-sports stations across the U.S. Its unparalleled broadcast portfolio reaches nearly 30 million sports fans monthly and boasts the nation’s leading collection of radio play-by-play coverage. Audacy also serves as the flagship home of 41 professional teams and over 50 Division 1 collegiate programs, including the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs, Golden State Warriors and Chicago Bulls, and University of Michigan and University of Oregon, among others.