SiriusXM Adds The Dan Patrick Show to Mad Dog Sports Radio Channel
Acclaimed sports talk show joins "Evan & Phillips in the Morning," "Schein on Sports" and "Mad Dog Unleashed" in weekday lineup
Patrick is an Emmy-winning sportscaster who has been one of sports media's most recognizable personalities since coming to prominence as an anchor on ESPN's SportsCenter in 1988. In 2012 he became the first sports broadcaster to win the prestigious Marconi Radio Award for Network/Syndicated Personality of the Year. He has hosted The Dan Patrick Show on radio since 1999. He is also the co-host of Football Night in America on
"Dan is one of this country's most prominent sports voices and his show has been engaging sports fans with entertaining and insightful commentary and newsmaking interviews for well over a decade," said
The Dan Patrick Show is produced and syndicated by
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