The network will offer a full lineup debuting on JANUARY 2, 2013. Affiliates will also have the opportunity to pick from some programs offered on a regional basis from CBS or CUMULUS Sports stations. Hourly CBS SPORTS update reports will launch on SEPTEMBER 4, 2012.
CBS Sports stations WFAN-A/NEW YORK, WSCR-A (670 THE SCORE)/CHICAGO, KRLD-F (105.3 THE FAN)/DALLAS, KILT-A (SPORTS RADIO 610)/HOUSTON, WJFK (106.7 THE FAN)/WASHINGTON, WIP-F/PHILADELPHIA, WBZ-F (98.5 THE SPORTS HUB)/BOSTON, WXYT-F (97.1 THE TICKET)/DETROIT, WSJT (98.7 THE FAN)/TAMPA, WJZ-F (105.7 THE FAN)/BALTIMORE, WFNZ-A/CHARLOTTE, KDKA-F (93.7 THE FAN)/PITTSBURGH, KHTK-A (1140 THE FAN)/SACRAMENTO, and WKRK (92.3 THE FAN)/CLEVELAND will pick up elements of the network; KIKK-A/HOUSTON (flipping from Talk), WIP-A/PHILADELPHIA (splitting from the mostly-simulcast lineup of the FM), WXYT-A/DETROIT (flipping from Talk)
, WQYK-A/TAMPA (breaking the previously-announced simulcast with its FM sister), WJZ-A/BALTIMORE (dropping ESPN RADIO), WBCN-A/CHARLOTTE (dropping Talk), KRAK-A/HESPERIA-VICTORVILLE (also dropping ESPN), and KYDZ-A (dropping a locally-programmed Children's format) will carry the network 24/7.
Among the CUMULUS stations adding CBS SPORTS RADIO programming will be KNBR-A and KTCT-A/SAN FRANCISCO, KTCK-A (THE TICKET)/DALLAS, WCNN-A (680 THE FAN)/ATLANTA, WGFX (104.5 THE ZONE)/NASHVILLE, and several more.