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Grizzlies, KFAN announce broadcasting partnership

Published September 27, 2012 10:17 am
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West Valley City — The Utah Grizzlies and Cumulus Media announced Thursday that the team's ECHL games this season will be carried on KFAN-AM radio (1320). "We are pleased to partner with Cumulus Media and the all-new 1320 KFAN," said Adrian Denny, the Grizzlies' vice president of communications and broadcasting. "We feel they offer the best lineup of live and local sports talk in Utah and [our] added digital options will allow fans to access games the way that is most convenient for them." Said Kevin Graham, KFAN's program director, "Adding the Grizzlies is a great addition to our evening lineup. ... They have always produced an extremely professional broadcast and the team is always in contention. It's a beneficial marketing and broadcasting partnership for both of us." In addition, all Grizzlies games will be available on a pay-per-view basis through America One Networks on UtahGrizzlies.com. The cost is $8 a game, $30 a month or $150 for the entire season.




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