As we explained in our tutorial of how to watch ESPN online, not all ESPN television programming or videos will be available for you to watch. However, if you're okay with just listening to the sounds of your favourite game and skipping out on the sights, then there are quite a few more options available to you in terms of listening to ESPN Radio programs!
Go to www.espn.go.com and move your mouse cursor over Listen. Then, select one of the options from the drop-down menu. Listen Live is for live ESPN radio station broadcasts. Podcasts are pre-recorded programs that you can also download. Radio Programs are original pre-recorded shows from ESPN. And Radio Schedule shows you what's playing on ESPN Radio, and when.
This allows you to listen live to any of ESPN's radio stations in the United States. You can use the menu in the top-right corner of the player to switch to a different station. You can also start or stop the broadcast if you need a break, or click Live to fast-forward to what's on air right now. You can also adjust the volume of the player, including muting or un-muting it.
This section features pre-recorded ESPN Radio programs that you can listen to on-demand by clicking Play in the respective box. You can even click Download and save these program episodes to your computer so that you can listen to them whenever you want! If you're looking for a particular program, move your mouse cursor over Find Your Favorite Podcast and click on an option in the drop-down menu to see all available episodes of that program.
Get the need-to-know info on all of your favourite ESPN radio shows. Get schedules and contact information, listen to show highlights, or search for archived podcasts of shows that you can listen to and download.
If you're curious as to what will be on ESPN Radio in the near future, you can come here to check both the schedule of regular ESPN radio shows, as well as live events that will be broadcast on ESPN Radio.
That's a quick overview of ways that you can listen to ESPN Radio online!
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