By Jay Jay Nesheim @JayJayN_ESPN Tomorrow, Wednesday, March 1, marks the beginning of Women’s History Month, and espnW will kick off ESPN’s robust celebration with a full slate of dedicated original content and programming built around the theme of “Women Making History.” To launch the commemoration, espnW’s new brand film, When I Play, will premiere just before 8 a.m.
News, analysis and perspective ranging from the day’s news to the latest headlines in the NFL, NBA and MLB will be delivered by Michelle Beadle, Doris Burke, Cari Champion, Jemele Hill, Suzy Kolber, Sarina Morales, Rachel Nichols, Wendy Nix, Ramona Shelburne, Sarah Spain, and more, and will span the country from Los Angeles, to New York, Bristol and Miami, among other locations.
Additionally in March, ESPN will present more than 140 hours of live women’s events programming across its linear networks, including all 32 games of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament, beginning March 17, as well as women’s professional tennis, college softball and more.
Throughout March, espnW’s signature ESPN Radio show, The Trifecta, will honor “Women Making History” with special guests and topics.
The program will look at current issues in women’s sports with commentary and analysis.