GameNight is a weekend sports talk radio show hosted by John Seibel. GameNight is regarded as being the flagship series of ESPN Radio, being the network's first longform program and airing every night since the network's 1992 debut until July 21, 2008. On that day the weeknight run was replaced by Football Tonight and SportsCenter Nightly. Now the show airs Saturdays from 8pm ET to 12am and Sunday's from 10pm to 1am ET. The program features in-game updates, guests ranging from superstars to experts, and in-depth analysis on the day's sports stories. It is broadcast from ESPN Headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut.

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  • GameNight is a weekend sports talk radio show hosted by John Seibel. GameNight is regarded as being the flagship series of ESPN Radio, being the network's first longform program and airing every night since the network's 1992 debut until July 21, 2008. On that day the weeknight run was replaced by Football Tonight and SportsCenter Nightly. Now the show airs Saturdays from 8pm ET to 12am and Sunday's from 10pm to 1am ET. The program features in-game updates, guests ranging from superstars to experts, and in-depth analysis on the day's sports stories. It is broadcast from ESPN Headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut. Guests on GameNight, include Mel Kiper Jr., John Clayton, Chris Mortensen, Ric Bucher, Tim Kurkjian and Eric Byrnes. Jeff Rickard currently is the Fill-In Host.The most notable former host is Chuck Wilson, who was on the program from its debut to July 2005, when his contract expired and was not extended. Other former hosts include sports personalities such as John Seibel, Doug Gottlieb, Keith Olbermann, Tony Bruno and Mike Tirico. ESPN Radio SportsCenter airs every twenty minutes throughout GameNight. The anchor is Neil Jackson, who also is the update anchor for The V Show with Bob Valvano. A local version of GameNight also airs on CHUM 1050, the flagship of TSN Radio (ESPN Radio's sister network), from Tuesday through Saturday nights. (en)
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  • GameNight is a weekend sports talk radio show hosted by John Seibel. GameNight is regarded as being the flagship series of ESPN Radio, being the network's first longform program and airing every night since the network's 1992 debut until July 21, 2008. On that day the weeknight run was replaced by Football Tonight and SportsCenter Nightly. Now the show airs Saturdays from 8pm ET to 12am and Sunday's from 10pm to 1am ET. The program features in-game updates, guests ranging from superstars to experts, and in-depth analysis on the day's sports stories. It is broadcast from ESPN Headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut. (en)
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