While SportsNation is hosted by Michelle Beadle, Max Kellerman and Marcellus Wiley, it's really powered by the people. The topics covered in this hourlong weekday show are chosen by fans via ESPN.com's SportsNation site, and viewers are able to interact with the hosts before, during and after the show by email, text, Twitter or just making a phone call. Included is discussion of the smaller stories that people are taking about on the Internet but often aren't seen on TV.
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 60 minutes
SportsNation - Michelle Beadle - Netflix
Michelle Denise Beadle (born October 23, 1975) is a sports reporter and host on ESPN who currently co-hosts the morning sports show Get Up! along with Jalen Rose and Mike Greenburg. She was formerly the co-host of SportsNation on ESPN2, and former host of Winners Bracket on ABC with Marcellus Wiley. Beadle has had various hosting jobs on different networks prior to joining ESPN in 2009, including College Sports Television and the YES Network.
SportsNation - Career at ESPN - Netflix
Beadle joined ESPN on June 1, 2009, as co-host with Colin Cowherd of SportsNation, which premiered on ESPN2 on July 6, 2009. Beadle was one of the last people out of 142 to audition for SportsNation. ESPN called her back and asked her to write about what she would do to make the show better. Thinking it was a joke, she wrote “a sarcastic list of 10 stupid things,” which helped her land the job. Prior to co-hosting SportsNation, during her time at TNN, Beadle also worked freelance as a reporter for ESPN's Titan Games. She also was the New York SportsCenter anchor for ESPN Radio's The Michael Kay Show on 1050 ESPN New York. She was later named the co-host of Winners Bracket along with Marcellus Wiley. The show, which was part of ESPN Sports Saturday, a two-hour block of sports programming on ABC, premiered on April 3, 2010. She also hosted a weekly Podcast, “The Michelle Beadle Podcast”, and has also served as a guest host on Mike and Mike in the Morning.
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