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Adam Schein Celebrates 20 Years of ‘Schein on Sports’

Adam Schein has big reason to celebrate. As many in the media industry know, doing a show at the same place for a decade is rarely done these days. Schein and his team have now been doing Schein on Sports at SiriusXM for two decades.

Schein started his show today noting that June 15th marked the 20-year anniversary of the show, which airs on the Mad Dog Sports Radio channel on SiriusXM each weekday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. EST.

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“Thank you, 20 glorious years,” Schein said in his usual high-energy tone to start off his show this morning. “Officially 20 glorious years of Schein On Sports. I always say: best listeners, callers, subscribers, in the history of sports radio. I love you guys. Thank you guys for listening and subscribing and interacting. And it is just a blast to host Schein On Sports now for two decades.

“My goodness, it is absolutely wild…SiriusXM, the best place to work in all of sports media. It’s always important to stop and smell the roses on a day like today and most especially thanks to you guys for everything over 20 years…That’s wild and amazing and absolutely crazy in every possible way.”

Schein, a 1999 graduate of Syracuse University’s famed Newhouse School of Public Communications, signed a four-year extension with SiriusXM in March 2023. “I am so incredibly elated and fired up to re-sign another long-term deal with SiriusXM, my radio home for the last 18 years,” said Schein at the time. “I love working with the amazing people at SiriusXM. I truly appreciate the platform, power and prestige of hosting Schein On Sports every weekday on Mad Dog Sports Radio. It’s my passion.”

Schein joined SiriusXM in 2004 and was the first voice ever heard on SiriusXM NFL Radio. He moved to SiriusXM Mad Dog Sports Radio in 2019.

“Adam is an exceptional talent with a passion for sports that is obvious every time he cracks open the mic,” said Eric Spitz, VP of Sports Programming, SiriusXM when the company announced Schein’s extension. “SiriusXM has been his home since 2004 and it has been a thrill to see his star rise over these last two decades. We’re thrilled to extend our great relationship with Adam, keep him as a mainstay on our Mad Dog Sports Radio channel, and ensure our listeners continue to get his one-of-a-kind brand of sports talk on a daily basis.”

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