ESPN 1500 Announces Programming Changes

ESPN 1500 Announces Programming Changes Photo: ESPN 1500

August 10, 2018 05:12 PM

Sports radio station 1500 ESPN announced some major programming changes Friday.

KSTP-TV and 1500 ESPN are both owned by Hubbard Broadcasting.


A release announced Garage Logic, hosted by St. Paul Pioneer Press columnist Joe Soucheray, will end its run on the station on Sept. 7. The afternoon program has aired since 1993. The release said Soucheray will continue to work with Hubbard Broadcasting to develop and distribute his program as a podcast available on the Podcast One platform.

Also ending its run on Sept. 7 will be The Ride With Reusse, hosted by Minneapolis Star Tribune sports columnist Pat Reusse. And SportsTalk, an hour-long program featuring both hosts which had bridged the two shows.

But Reusse and Soucheray had been teaming well before that program. The two have partnered at the station since the early 1980s.


Frank Rajkowski

Copyright 2018 - KSTP-TV, LLC A Hubbard Broadcasting Company


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