The Miami Dolphins and Bally Sports Florida/Sun announced a new partnership that brings NFL programming to the regional sports networks this season. Bally Sports launched its premiere of Dolphins Today presented by Baptist Health, a weekly show focused on connecting Dolphins fans with the team on Sept. 2. Dolphins Today updates viewers on official team news, provides access to player and coach features, in-game elements such as Mic’d Up, highlights off-field community initiatives and more. “We look forward to having the Miami Dolphins on Bally Sports and partnering to create more programming for fans, especially at this exciting time for the franchise,” said Steve Tello, Bally Sports Florida/Sun General Manager and Senior Vice President. Hosted by Kimberly Bell, Dolphins Today presented by Baptist Health works to keep fans engaged on all things Miami Dolphins throughout the year.
After debuting each Friday, it will also replay throughout the week, exclusively on Bally Sports. Steve Goldstein will call the Miami Dolphins preseason games in the booth alongside Dolphins’ legend and Hall of Famer Jason Taylor with former Dolphins linebacker defensive end Kim Bokamper reporting from the sideline. The Coach Mike McDaniel Show, where the first-year head coach is joined each week by Bokamper, premieres Sundays at 11 a.m. on CBS4. Bally Sports Florida and Bally Sports Sun – two Sinclair Broadcast Group-owned regional sports networks – are the local destinations for the Miami Heat, Miami Marlins, Florida Panthers, Tampa Bay Rays, Tampa Bay Lightning and the Orlando Magic. Together, Bally Sports Florida and Bally Sports Sun present more live, local sports programming than any other network or broadcast system in the market.
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