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Michelle Beadle Signs New Deal With ESPN, Changes Coming For Her, 'SportsNation'

Michelle Beadle has signed a new deal with ESPN and the 40-year-old personality's role at the network will be expanding. 

Beadle, who is in her second stint at ESPN after leaving NBC at the end of 2013, has signed a multi-year contract with The Worldwide Leader. 

As part of her new deal, Beadle will co-host a radio show with ESPN senior writer Ramona Shelburne. The show will debut on February 14 and broadcast from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. E.T. at ESPNLA 710's studio in Los Angeles. 

Changes are also coming to SportsNation, the show Beadle co-hosts with Max Kellerman and Marcellus Wiley. 

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From ESPN:

Beginning February 8, SportsNation will move to the 4 p.m. ET slot on ESPN, joining an established weekday programming lineup of debate, discussion and opinion shows such asHighly Questionable at 4:30 p.m., Around the Horn at 5 p.m. and Pardon the Interruption at 5:30 p.m. In its new slot, SportsNation will evolve into a 30-minute format and will continue to be produced by senior coordinating producer Kevin Wildes and coordinating producer Richelle Markazene.

Beadle began her career at ESPN in 2009. She co-hosted SportsNation with Colin Cowherd before leaving the network for NBC in 2012. After a disappointing near two years with the Peacock Network, Beadle returned to ESPN at the beginning of 2014.