Clippers Expand Radio Coverage On WMNI

May 29, 2007 - International League (IL) - Columbus Clippers

News Release

COLUMBUS - The Columbus Clippers and North American Broadcasting have announced an agreement to again broadcast selected games on WMNI Radio (920 AM), according to Clippers President and General Manager Ken Schnacke. The station will carry a minimum of 42 regular season games starting June 1st. WMNI carried 14 games in August and September last season.

The schedule was dubbed "Weekend with the Clippers" in 2006 and will continue to feature Friday, Saturday, and Sunday games.

In addition to the games broadcast on WMNI, games are available around the state on the newly formed "Clippers Radio Network". WIZE 1340 AM (Springfield) and WCLT 1430 AM (Newark) will continue to broadcast selected games in the 2007 season. Games are also available on high-definition radio channel 100.3 on hd2.

All Clippers action will continue to be available on the web at ClippersBaseball.com and SportsJuice.com. In March, the Clippers announced an agreement extension with Desktop Live, Inc. to provide a live stream of every game.

Fans attending games will once again have the ability to tune-in to each home game. All games at Cooper Stadium will be carried on 101.9 FM inside the ballpark.

Each broadcast begins 15 minutes prior to the first pitch with the Sugardale "Clubhouse Report". A 15 minute post-game show features the Bob Evans "Star of the Game" and the "Play of the Game" presented by Glory Foods.

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