Red Zebra Broadcasting is based in Rockville, MD and currently operates seven radio stations. Rick Carmean was named Chief Executive Officer in August 2010.
Red Zebra Broadcasting’s original three Washington DC stations went on the air in July 2006 as a sports radio simulcast. Since then the company has added stations in DC and expanded into Richmond.
Red Zebra Broadcasting operates ESPN 980. ESPN 980 is the Flagship radio station for Washington Redskins play-by-play with Larry Michael, Rick "Doc" Walker and Hall of Famer Sonny Jurgensen and Chris Cooley. WTEM, WWXX and WWXT make up ESPN 980. The Washington Redskins broadcasts are heard on over over 30 affiliated radio stations throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region and as far west as Texas.
ESPN 980 is also the exclusive home of the Play-by-Play broadcasts for Maryland Terrapins Basketball and Football, Georgetown Hoyas Basketball, University of Virginia Football and Basketball, MLB and the World Series. It's the home for the NBA and NBA Finals, the NFL, The Super Bowl, NCAA Football and the College Football Playoffs. ESPN 980 is also the home of the Baltimore Orioles in Washington DC. ESPN 950 is the home of the Washington Nationals in Richmond, as well as the RIchmond Spiders football and basketball, Old Dominion University football and basketball and the PGA Majors.
Serving Washington D.C., Maryland, Northern Virginia and Richmond
Red Zebra Broadcasting is committed to providing quality sports radio programming to the entire Washington DC Metropolitan area.
Radio Network Partners
Red Zebra Broadcasting is strategically partnered with key radio partners such as ESPN, Redskins Radio, Westwood One and Yahoo Sports to better serve the radio listening community.
All Sports Radio Coverage
Red Zebra Broadcasting delivers the best from all sports including the NFL, The Super Bowl, NCAA Basketball, The Final Four, The NBA, NCAA Football and MLB.
Georgetown Hoyas Basketball, Maryland Terps Basketball and Football, Washington Nationals Baseball, Baltimore Orioles Baseball, UVA Basketball and Football, and Notre Dame Football.