ESPN LA Revamps Morning & Afternoon Shows

ESPN 710 Los Angeles KSPNESPN’s “ESPN LA 710” KSPN Los Angeles will debut new morning and afternoon shows on Tuesday, September 4.

Travis Rodgers, who currently hosts afternoons from 4-7pm, will move to mornings with existing co-hosts Keyshawn Johnson and LZ Granderson for “The Morning Show with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis”. Rodgers will take the place of Jorge Sedano, who will conveniently make the move to afternoons from 330-7pm with a rotating group of co-hosts.

Stephen A. Smith’s national show will remain in place from 10am-12pm while Mason & Ireland will lose the final half hour of their show and run from 12-330pm.

Effective Tuesday, September 4, a new fall powerhouse lineup will be featured on ESPNLA 710. Travis Rodgers, will join the morning show as co-host with Keyshawn Johnson and LZ Granderson weekdays (6 a.m. – 10 a.m. PT) on the newly renamed show The Morning Show with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis. The national broadcast of The Stephen A. Smith Show will proceed from 10 a.m. – noon, followed by Mason and Ireland noon – 3:30 p.m. and the newly featured The Sedano Show hosted by Jorge Sedano from 3:30 p.m. to 7pm. The Sedano Show will include a rotating group of co-hosts.

“There’s not a more exciting time to be in Los Angeles covering sports,” said Sedano when asked about his new role. “It’s an honor to take on the task of providing the best content possible for the city’s fans. I’m pumped to be working with a great group both behind the scenes and on the air. Besides, since The King has arrived in L.A. I figured this would make it easier to be closer to the throne. You know, every kingdom needs a court jester!”

“We are excited to bring such a talented roster of hosts to the L.A. sports fan,” said Scott McCarthy, vice president and general manager of ESPNLA. “This new lineup will only solidify our spot as the number 1 sports station in Los Angeles.”.

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