Miami Heat Radio Stations

Mix 98.3 and 790 The TicketMIAMI – Beginning on Friday, April 5, when the HEAT take on the Bobcats in Charlotte, all remaining HEAT regular season games and all playoff games will be broadcast in Spanish on WRTO Mix 98.3 FM, including all pre-game, in-game and post-game programming.

“La Voz” José Pañeda, the Spanish voice of the HEAT, will continue to handle the play-by-play duties, while Joe Pujala will serve as analyst and host of the pre-game, halftime and post-game shows.

AM 790 The Ticket will continue its English broadcast of HEAT games for the remainder of the regular season and throughout the playoffs. The games will also be simulcast on FM 104.3 The Ticket on dates where the Miami Marlins are not playing at the same time.

Mike Inglis will handle play-by-play responsibilities with former HEAT point guard John Crotty joining as the color analyst.

Additionally, all games can also be heard on the HEAT radio network, which includes ESPN 760 and FM 106.3 in West Palm Beach and ESPN 770 and FM 96.1 in Naples/Ft. Myers.

2010-01-21 18:16:12 by bornagaingumby

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If Citadel doesn't get permission, the sports leagues would have to get in line with the rest of its creditors until after the bankruptcy winds up, and the company's stations could lose very popular programming.
Citadel told the court, "Many of the stations that air the programs build their entire marketing identity around the programs," and cited potential lost advertising opportunities that could force stations to "reinvent" themselves

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