July 14, 2008
OXFORD, Ohio--Joining the Miami ISP Sports Network family of affiliates is Middletown's WPFB-FM 105.9 and WPFB-AM 910 and Columbus' WVKO-AM 1580. Hamilton's WMOH-AM 1450, Richmond's WFMG-FM 101.3 and Dayton's WONE-AM 980 continue their partnership with the Miami ISP Sports Network.
"In addition to the continued partnership with our current affiliates and expanded coverage by WMOH, I am extremely happy with addition of WPFB FM and AM to give us expanded coverage in Middletown, Cincinnati and Dayton," said Miami Assistant Athletics Director and Director of Broadcasting Steve Baker. "I also am thrilled to add WVKO for football to give us a presence in the Columbus market."
WMOH will carry all Miami University football and men's basketball games, and 10 women's basketball games. A new component to its coverage beginning this season will be the broadcasting of 10 ice hockey games.
WPFB-FM and WFMG also will carry all of Miami's football and men's basketball games, while WONE will carry all football and most men's basketball games. WPFB-AM has signed on to broadcast 10 ice hockey games, while WVKO will carry a minimum of 10 RedHawk football games.
Additionally, WMOH, WONE and WPFB-FM will broadcast Miami's weekly coaches' radio show on Thursday nights from 7-8 p.m., HawkTawk presented by Brick Street.
Miami ISP Sports Network Affiliates WMOH-AM 1450 (Hamilton, Ohio) WFMG-FM 101.3 (Richmond, Ind.) WPFB-FM 105.9 (Middletown, Ohio) WPFB-AM 910 (Middletown, Ohio) WONE-AM 980 (Dayton, Ohio) WVKO-AM 1580 (Columbus, Ohio)