Pride, WSNH agree on 2004 radio deal
(Nashua, NH) - The Nashua Pride announced today that the team has agreed to terms with Nashua station WSNH 900 AM on a radio deal for the 2004 season. Under the terms of the agreement, WSNH will broadcast all 126 Pride games, beginning with the season opener in Atlantic City on May 7th.
Station Director Dick Vaughan and morning show host Jennie C. plan to officially kick off the partnership during the final week in April, when they join the team at its spring training site in Homestead, Florida.
"From the day Dick came to town, he's been eager to help us promote the team in any way possible," said Pride General Manager Todd Marlin. "We're happy to have him and his station as our partners for the upcoming season."
Broadcaster Peter Naranjo, who provided color commentary for play-by-play man John Collins in 2003, will return to the booth as the lead announcer. Naranjo, a Merrimack resident, will be entering his first full year as a play-by-play announcer.
All radio broadcasts will also be simulcast over the internet on the FCG Networks Webcast, which can be heard by logging on to www.NashuaPride.com. Advertising rates and other information are available by calling WSNH Station Director Dick Vaughan at 603-883-3248.
The Nashua Pride open their 2004 home schedule on May 14th against the Somerset Patriots in a rematch of last season's Atlantic League Championship Series. For information on full and partial season ticket packages, group outings, and other ticket options, contact the team offices at 603-883-2255.
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