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T-Bones on Entercom Kansas City for 2009 Season

02/16/2009 9:30 AM -

MISSION, Kan. – Entercom Kansas City has announced that they will serve as the official broadcast partner of the Kansas City T-Bones for the 2009 season.  T-Bones’ game broadcasts will be featured on KXTR 1660 AM and 610 Sports Radio KCSP. 

The announcement was made by T-Bones General Manager Chris Browne during The Morning Sports Drive on 610 Sports Radio with Roger Twibell and Jeff McCarragher.  Both sides celebrated with a steak and egg breakfast at the 610 Sports Radio studios.  

“We’re thrilled to once again be partnering with the T-bones,” says 610 Sports Radio Program Director Ryan Maguire. “We’re looking forward to being part of the fun well done as the T-Bones head towards another championship season.” The agreement marks the third year that the Kansas City T-Bones have made Entercom Kansas City their official broadcast partner.

Ninety two regular season T-Bones games will air on 1660 KXTR-AM, while 610 Sports Radio will feature 4 home game broadcasts in the 2009 season.  In addition to the game broadcasts on KCSP-AM and KXTR-AM, the T-Bones will be featured in promotions throughout the season across all eight Entercom Kansas City brands.

Chris Browne, General Manger of the 2008 Northern League Champion T-Bones says, “we are looking forward to working with 610 Sports Radio, KXTR and the Entercom family as a whole again. We look forward to another summer of FUN…WELL DONE, together.”

ENTERCOM-KANSAS CITY is home to eight Kansas City radio properties:  KCSP-AM 610, KMBZ-AM 980, KQRC-FM 98.9, KRBZ-FM 96.5, KUDL-FM 98.1, KKSN 99.7, KXTR-AM 1660 and WDAF-FM 106.5.  Entercom is one of the nation’s largest radio broadcasters with operations, pro forma for pending acquisitions, in Boston, Seattle, Denver, Sacramento, Cincinnati, Portland, Kansas City, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Austin, Norfolk, Buffalo, New Orleans, Providence, Memphis, Greensboro, Rochester, Greenville/Spartanburg, Madison, Wichita, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Springfield and Gainesville/Ocala.