K-State Sports Network Announces 2007 Affiliate Lineup


MANHATTAN, Kan. – Five new radio affiliates have signed on to the 31-station K-State Sports Network for the 2007-08 season, Ben Boyle, general manager of K-State Sports Properties, announced today.

The new stations provide additional coverage in areas of southeast, central, northwest and western Kansas, further improving the exposure of K-State across the Sunflower State.

The addition of KGGF (690 AM) in Coffeyville will solidify the reach of the Wildcats throughout southeast Kansas and into areas of Oklahoma, Missouri and Arkansas. In Hutchinson, the Wildcats will now be carried on KHMY (93.1 FM), providing strong coverage throughout central and south-central Kansas, including the Wichita metro area.

Also new to the K-State Sports Network are KXXX (790 AM) in Colby, which covers much of western Kansas, KRSL (990 AM) in Russell and KCNK (1390 AM) in Concordia.

“We are excited about the new partnerships we have added to air Wildcat football and basketball,” Boyle said. “These additions give us even broader coverage throughout the Midwest, with our daytime reach stretching from Denver to St. Louis and from Des Moines to Oklahoma City. We look forward to working with each affiliate on our network to provide great all-around coverage of K-State athletics.”

Broadcasts of K-State games can also be heard on the internet at www.k-statesports.com.

Wyatt Thompson begins his sixth season as the Voice of the Wildcats, handling play-by-play duties for K-State football and men’s basketball. He will again be joined in the booth by former Wildcat quarterback Stan Weber, now in his 21st season as the color analyst. Bruce Haertl, sports director for KWCH-TV in Wichita, will continue to host the network’s pregame show and Matt Walters, sports director for KMAN-AM in Manhattan, will provide insight from the Wildcat sideline.

The K-State Sports Network will also carry the Ron Prince Show from 6 to 7 p.m., each Monday throughout the season at Manhattan Town Center beginning August 27.

The Wildcats open the 2007 season at 6:45 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 1, on the road against No. 14 Auburn. Pregame coverage of all Wildcat football games begins two hours prior to kickoff.

The K-State Sports Network is operated by K-State Sports Properties, a property of Learfield Sports, which manages the multimedia rights for more than 35 collegiate institutions and associations throughout the country. Learfield is in its third year as the multimedia rightsholder at K-State.

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2007 Affiliate List

Market Call Letters Freq.

Beloit KVSV 1190 AM

Chanute KINZ 95.3 FM

Clay Center KCLY 100.9 FM

Coffeyville KGGF 690 AM

Colby KXXX 790 AM

Concordia KCNK 1390 AM

Dodge City KSKZ 98.1 FM

Emporia KVOE 101.7 FM

Goodland KKCI 102.5 FM

Great Bend KZLS 107.9 FM

Hiawatha KNZA 103.9 FM

Hutchinson KXKU 106.1 FM

Junction City KJCK 1420 AM

No. Ft. Riley KBLS 102.5 FM

Kansas City WHB 810 AM

Liberal KSCB 1270 AM

Manhattan KMAN 1350 AM

Manhattan KMKF 101.5 FM

Marysville KNDY 1570 AM

Norton KQNK 1530 AM

Norton KQNK 106.7 FM

Phillipsburg KKAN 1490 AM

Phillipsburg KQMA 92.5 FM

Pratt KWLS 1290 AM

Russell KRSL 990 AM

Salina KSAL 1150 AM

Scott City KSKL 94.5 FM

Seneca KMZA 92.1 FM

Topeka KDVV 100.3 FM

Wichita KFTI 1070 AM

Winfield KKLE 1550 AM


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