Michelle Beadle signs new deal with ESPN, changes to come for ‘SportsNation’

If you are an avid ESPN viewer, you likely recognize Michelle Beadle from her hosting “SportsNation,” an alternative to SportsCenter on the Family of Networks. If you enjoy her appearing on the show every day, you’ll be happy to hear that she will be sticking around for a while longer.

According to ESPN, Beadle recently signed a new deal with the company and she is going to continue her duties as host of the show as well as beginning a new radio show with Ramona Shelburne to debut on Valentine’s Day.

From ESPN:

“Beginning February 8, SportsNation will move to the 4 p.m. ET slot on ESPN, joining an established weekday programming lineup of debate, discussion and opinion shows such asHighly Questionable at 4:30 p.m., Around the Horn at 5 p.m. and Pardon the Interruption at 5:30 p.m. In its new slot, SportsNation will evolve into a 30-minute format and will continue to be produced by senior coordinating producer Kevin Wildes and coordinating producer Richelle Markazene.”

Beadle began working for ESPN in 2009 before leaving for NBC in 2012. She spent two years with the company before returning to ESPN at the beginning of 2014.

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