Greater Media unveils “Detroit Sports 105.1”


Greater Media, Inc.We knew it was coming: Greater Media unveiled the brand new Detroit Sports 105.1 in the Motor City 8/12, blowing up AC Magic 105.1.

Powered by ESPN, the new station will feature America’s top sports morning show, “Mike & Mike” each weekday morning from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.  From 10 to noon listeners will hear the outspoken Colin Cowherd on “The Herd.”  During both shows, listeners will receive news and information about local Detroit teams three times an hour.

Afternoon drive will be hosted by legendary former long-time WRIF-FM morning personality Drew Lane from 3pm to 7pm. He will be joined by longtime producer Marc Fellhauer.

“We are thrilled to be able to offer Detroit a new alternative that will be designed with our loyal and dedicated sports fans in mind,” said Greater Media Market Manager Steve Chessare. “We look forward to providing the very best local and national talent on the airwaves for our listeners. We will have more announcements surrounding the new station in the near future.”

Detroit Sports 105.1’s agreement with ESPN will allow the station to use all of the resources of “The Worldwide Leader in Sports” to entertain the fans of Detroit.  ESPN Monday Night Football announcer and Ann Arbor resident Mike Tirico will make a weekly appearance on Detroit Sports 105.1.  The station will have access to the full slate of ESPN’s analysts and personalities.

The agreement with ESPN will allow the Detroit Sports 105.1 to air some of the biggest events in the world of sports including: The World Series, The NBA Finals and The BCS Championship Game.

In addition, “Ryan and Rico”, consisting of Ryan Ermanni and Rico Beard will be hosting the noon -3 PM program until a permanent  personality is announced.


  1. I am very disappointed in the new format of 105.1. I loved listening to the music in the morning on my way to work and on my way home in the afternoon. I never had to worry about what my young children would hear when they were in the car with me and I had 105 playing. It will be difficult to find a replacement music radio station! So sorry to lose you! 🙁

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