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Wild Radio Moving To KFAN

by Staff Writer / Minnesota Wild

The Minnesota Wild of the National Hockey League (NHL) today announced a new, three-year partnership with Clear Channel Communications to broadcast all preseason, regular season and Stanley Cup Playoff games on KFAN-AM 1130, beginning with the 2011-12 NHL season.

The new Clear Channel partnership will feature several Wild-related shows on KFAN, plus exposure on “Beyond the Pond”, as well as full promotional and marketing support on all the other Twin Cities Clear Channel stations including: Cities 97.1, KDWB, K102, KOOL 108 and KTLK. There will also be a pre-game show and post-game show, as well as a Wild Fan Line program after select games. Any preempted games will be heard on KOOL 108.

“It is an exciting day as the Wild joins forces with the Clear Channel Communications team and we look forward to an expanded radio partnership with KFAN,” Wild Chief Operating Officer Matt Majka said. “With Clear Channel’s many growing media platforms, this partnership will provide Wild fans dependable, up-to-date news on the team and the best play-by-play coverage of Minnesota Wild hockey. The Wild would also like to thank WCCO Radio for their support over the organization’s first 11 years and wish them well moving forward.”

“Adding a strong franchise like the Minnesota Wild is the perfect complement to our existing relationships with the Minnesota Vikings and University of Minnesota. We are so excited to add Wild games along with their broadcasters to The Fan,” said Michael Crusham, President/Market Manager Clear Channel Radio in Minneapolis.

The Wild radio team of Bob Kurtz, Tom Reid and Kevin Falness will remain the same.

Clear Channel Minneapolis reaches more than 2.2 million listeners every week over the air, via the internet and through
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