The Dan Patrick Show will move to NBC’s Peacock streaming service, sources tell Outkick.
The move does not impact the show’s radio airing. In March, after AT&T, which produced the show, ended the Audience Network, Patrick signed a multi-year contract to remain syndicated on Fox Sports Radio. In the deal, iHeart took over the distribution of the show’s podcast.
Since the AT&T departure, the show has aired on Patrick’s YouTube page. The channel is expected to remain active with show clips even if it’s to no longer air full episodes, per sources.
Patrick is not new to NBC. From 2008 to 2018, he hosted Football Night in America. NBCSN simulcasted his radio show from 2012 to 2019.
Patrick’s Peacock debut is likely to occur in the fall. Yesterday, NBC announced the Rich Eisen Show moves to the service on October 5. Eisen’s program follows Patrick’s daily on SiriusXM’s Dan Patrick Radio channel.
Peacock offers a free tier, as well as ad-free subscription options. For the sports media industry, NBC’s entrance into streaming wars is noteworthy. So far, its competitors — Netflix, HBO Max, Amazon Prime, and Disney+ — have stayed out of the sports content business.