ESPN LA 710 and the ESPN LA App Are the New Audio Home for LA Kings Hockey

Graphic announcing ESPN LA as the new flagship station of the Los Angeles Kings
Graphic Courtesy: LA Kings

It has been a big week for ESPN LA 710 as they have already announced a new partnership with USC to air football along with men’s and women’s basketball games. They also announced a new multi-year deal for afternoon drive co-host Scott Kaplan. Today the station announced a new multi-year partnership with the LA Kings which will see the team return to the station after they had previously partnered from 2002-06.  

All of the Kings games will stream live on the ESPN LA app. Additionally, approximately 25 games will air on ESPN LA 710 which also has partnerships with the Lakers, the Rams and LAFC.

“It’s great to be part of the ESPN Radio Family once again and we are thrilled to be partnering with their passionate team to take our radio play-by-play and audio programming forward,” said Kings President and Hockey Hall of Famer Luc Robitaille in a release.  “We look forward to bringing the excitement of LA Kings hockey to our core fanbase while also having the opportunity to reach new listeners. We are also thrilled to work with the on-air talent and leadership at ESPN Radio 710, who share our vision and are long-time friends based at L.A. LIVE.”

Sam Pines, Vice President for ESPN LA 710 owner Good Karma Brands said, “Our partnership with the LA Kings allows us to bring fans closer to the action than ever before. Both of our fan bases can look forward to an enhanced live broadcast experience with all games streamed on the all-new ESPN LA app as well as expanded Kings coverage, year-round. This collaboration opens new avenues for our partners, providing them with unique opportunities to engage with a passionate sports audience.”

The station said it will also air Kings podcasts and additional unique club audio content on the app.  


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