KESN is a Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas based sports talk radio station. It is owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company as an ESPN Radio owned-and-operated station.
KEMM 103 logo used from Early 1990s to 2000.
From 1983-2000, 103.3 FM for Dallas/Fort Worth was licensed to Commerce, Texas, and held the call letters KEMM. The station operated a country music format. KEMM went silent on September 28, 2000. The city of license and tower were moved to Allen, Texas in 2001 and the station was re-launched on April 27, 2001 as KESN with the new all sports format. Fourteen outlying stations were rearranged and relocated to make way for this frequency to move into DFW, all at ABC/Disney's expense.
KESN is the flagship for Dallas Mavericks basketball and Texas Christian University football and men's basketball. Among its most notable local programs is Galloway and Company, hosted by Randy Galloway.
ESPN 103.3 logo used from 2001 to 2005.
Despite different owners and a merger of ABC Radio Networks to Citadel Broadcasting; KESN, WBAP-AM, and WFAA-TV maintain a strong partnership (as WFAA is the local ABC television affiliate). In early 2006, "103.3 ESPN" welcomed WFAA-TV personality Dale Hansen, former Dallas Cowboys radio analyst and host on rival station KTCK, to the station. KTCK had become the Cowboys' flagship station and many speculated that Hansen leaving KTCK for KESN was due to his criticism of the team. The official explanation, however, was that Hansen's ratings did not justify his salary request.
Share ratings for KESN's primary shows lag behind that of KTCK, Sportsradio 1310, "The Ticket," their chief sports-talk radio rival in the Dallas/Fort Worth market  In current ratings books, KESN has had many more cume listeners than KTCK. Which means that, as the ratings show, while more total people may listen to KESN at various points throughout the day, roughly twice as many people are listening to KTCK at any given time.
ESPN 103.3 logo used from 2005-2008.
Its new sister station KZMP AM, which airs Spanish language sports programming, can be heard on 1540 AM.
Starting in the 2011 Major League Baseball season, KESN & KZMP has acquired rights to broadcast all Texas Rangers baseball games for the next four years. Its English broadcasts will be airing on this station while the Spanish-language broadcasts air on KZMP. This is in addition to the Dallas Mavericks audio broadcasts.
Until mid-2011, KESN was broadcasting in HD Radio. With its HD2 signal simulcasting KZMP-AM (ESPN Deportes Radio) and its HD3 substation broadcast an audio simulcast of ESPNews. For reasons unknown, the HD broadcasts have been discontinued.
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