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NBC Sports Radio Tops 300 Stations Nationwide
RADIO ONLINE | Thursday, August 1, 2013 | 2:33pm CT

NBC Sports Radio, a joint venture between Dial Global and NBC Sports Group, is celebrating a major milestone as the network announces it has passed the 300-station mark. A total of 303 stations are now airing NBC Sports Radio programming. Among the new stations recently added to the lineup are Tyler Media's KRXO-FM/Oklahoma City, Entercom's WDMT-FM/Wilkes Barre-Scranton, and Townsquare's KROD-AM/El Paso. The network also recently announced the addition of WCAR/Detroit.

"Signing more than 300 affiliates so quickly is a true testament to the mass appeal of our talent and programming, creativity of our producers, and hard work of our exceptional sales and affiliate teams," said Executive VP/GM, Dial Global Sports Chris Corcoran. "We are especially honored to partner with such great radio stations across the country as we work together to connect avid sports fans, consumers, and advertisers. We continue to be motivated to reach more audiences by the amazing feedback we regularly receive from our local station owners, program directors and listeners."

"Reaching 300 stations in less than a year's time is a remarkable accomplishment for NBC Sports Radio," added NBC Sports Ventures Senior VP Rob Simmeljkaer. "It's a tribute to the hard work of the talent, producers, executives and everyone at Dial Global who is working on growing this brand. Although we are well ahead of schedule, we are not satisfied and have a lot more growth ahead of us."

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