About Us

ESPN New Hampshire is a locally-owned radio station located in Nashua, NH, soon to be entrenched right in the heart of Manchester at 922 Elm Street across from Hanover Street. We are 900 and 1250 on the AM dial and serve as New Hampshire’s largest Sports station.

Our lineup competes with the best with Mike and Mike in the Morning, Dan Patrick 10-12, Christian and King 12-3 and The Stretch Run 3-6. We carry the Red Sox, Bruins, Celtics, and up to 5 NFL games per week during the season. ESPN New Hampshire broadcasts the best high school athletic coverage in the Granite State with Friday Night Lights, FNL Winter and FNL Lacrosse.

To Advertise on ESPN New Hampshire radio or www.espnnhradio.com, please contact Justin Bastinelli


Justin Bastinelli is the General Manager of ESPN New Hampshire. Starting out with the station back in 2007, he has served many roles including on-air host, Traffic Director, and Operations Manager. Bastinelli currently resides in Southern New Hampshire and is very dedicated to the station’s success. If there is ever a question or concern, please contact him at Justin@espnnh.com.



indexNick Anastos is the Program Director and Chief Operator of Absolute Broadcasting, LLC. (WGAM, WGHM, WSMN). He also serves as the Executive Producer of Friday Night Lights, FNL Winter, and FNL Lacrosse.

Nick is the play-by-play voice of the UMass Lowell men’s basketball team, and the Nashua Silver Knights. He was the recipient of the 2013 NHAB’s Best Play-by-Play Award. Nick grew up in Bedford, NH, and graduated from Manchester West High School in 2001, and Hofstra University in 2005.


ChristianChristian Arcand joined the team at ESPN NH in the spring of 2011 as the producer of the Granite State Golf Show and host of Sports Saturday.

Christian is a Boston native with strong New Hampshire roots, he has worked on-air in Denver and Massachusetts’ south shore before coming to ESPN New Hampshire. A graduate of the University of Colorado and Connecticut School of Broadcasting, Christian co-hosts and produces Christian and King (12-3PM).

Tom King has been a sportswriter for the Nashua Telegraph for the last 30 years, covering local high school and college sports, minor league and summer collegiate league baseball, the New England Patriots, the Boston Bruins and a variety of other local and regional sports. He has covered seven Super Bowls, Stanley Cup finals and NBA Finals.
A native of Albany, N.Y.and graduate of Northeastern University, King also has extensive broadcast experience as a former high school play-by-play man for WSMN high school game broadcasts and was a fill-in play-by-play man for Lowell Spinners radio broadcasts. King also has worked extensively in sports television, at one time for WNDS-TV (Derry) and is currently part of the sports broadcast team of local high school and college events for Nashua’s Comcast education channel, E-TV (Channel 99).


Jimmy Murphy who grew up in Arlington, MA, covered the Bruins as a beat reporter from 2001-2013, working for the Boston Metro, NHL.com, NESN.com and ESPNBoston.com. In 2013, he headed north to the hockey hotbed of Montreal, Quebec to cover the NHL as a freelancer for TSN.ca, NHL.com and CTV Montreal. Murphy also hosted a daily show called Top Shelf on Sirius/XM NHL Network. Murphy returned to Boston in 2015 and worked as a sales agent – which he will also do for ESPNNH – for LiveBarn. He now returns to the sports media biz ready to bring our listeners an exciting and insightful dose of sports talk radio with Sheppard.


12088518_239x202Mike Grinnell is the Managing Editor of ESPNNH.com and an On-Air Personality for ESPN New Hampshire. Grinnell likes to say he was “raised by Dirty Water” when it comes to the Sports Media industry, referring to NESN’s Dirty Water TV. Grinnell joined ESPN New Hampshire as a weekend host at the end of the summer of 2014. Since then, he has worked his way up to Boston Bruins Beat Reporter followed by Managing Editor and Digital Content Manager for ESPNNHRadio.com.  Grinnell also hosts the Bruins Pregame Show an hour before every Bruins game and works in the Sports Dept. at 7News in Boston as a Sports Producer when he isn’t producing Spittin’ Chiclets, a podcast by Barstool Sports.




12012786_160x220Laura Stelchook is the Director of Marketing and Promotions here at ESPN NH. Laura has spent a number of years working in the Boston area with traveling Professional sports teams.

Laura strives for ESPN NH to maintain a positive involvement with our community. Nashua PAL, Easter Seals and Chill Cares are some organizations in which she focuses on. You can also find Laura commentating as our sideline reporter for High school sports.

05266f9Pete Tarrier is an account executive and the host of the NH High School Football & Hoops shows at ESPN New Hampshire.

Pete is a lifelong resident of New Hampshire. Born and raised in Nashua, Pete’s 1st sports memory was Bernie Carbo’s dramatic pinch-hit 3 run home run in Game 6 of the 1975 World Series. He missed Carlton Fisk’s even more famous extra innings game winner because he fell asleep. Who can blame him? He was only 5 years old at the time! After that moment, there was no turning back, Pete was hooked on sports.

peter-headshots-4Peter Hoekstra is an account executive and our resident Chicago Cubs fan. Peter moved to NH in 1982 and has worked in outside sales his entire career. A relentless networker Peter is a member of both BNI Synergy Partners and the Business Resource Roundtable in Manchester. Spending time outdoors boating, skiing, hiking, golfing and kayaking are all activities Peter enjoys. Good coffee and good client conversations are part of Peter’s workday everyday. Call him and he will buy you a cup of coffee!