Classic Rock Radio 104.3 FM Becomes New Home of The NY JETS

Classic Rock Radio 104.3 FM Becomes New Home of NY JETS

Feature Photo: Brian Kachejian 2023

We don’t usually cover sports here on classicrockhistory.com, but we’ll make an exception in this case. It becomes our business when a radio station that plays classic rock music announces that it will be hosting all future New York Jets football games on the radio. It’s even a bit more interesting for us because we own New York Jets season tickets. This is pretty big news in the radio business. For the past two decades, the home of the New York Jets has been ESPN Radio in New York.

Legendary Ex-New York Jets Sack Exchange defensive lineman Marty Lyons and the wonderful Bob Wischusen have called the games. I was delighted to hear that 104.3 FM intends to keep the fantastic broadcast team of  Marty Lyons and Bob Wischusen continuing to broadcast the games. Without those two, It would not feel like a New York Jets football game on the radio. Nothing has been announced yet regarding the pre-game and post-game shows.

As a New Yorker who has been attending New York Jets football home games for decades, I have spent at least two to three hours after every game driving home in the car listening to the post-game show. ESPN Radio has always done a fantastic job at the post-game show that featured another ex-Jet, Greg Buttle, and various other hosts.

Q104.3, New York’s Classic Rock, is owned by iHeartMedia. The Media giant owns multiple New York radio stations, including Z100, New York’s #1 Hit Music Station, Power 105.1, New York’s Hip Hop and R&B, 103.5 KTU, The Beat of New York, and 710 WOR, The Voice of New York. The New York Jets game will also be available to listen to on the iHeartMedia app.

ESPN Radio in New York will leave its spot on the FM dial at 98.7 while continuing to broadcast on AM radio.

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