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UA Announces Razorback Baseball Radio Network Affiliates; KWBF in Little Rock to Carry All Games

UA Announces Razorback Baseball Radio Network Affiliates; KWBF in Little Rock to Carry All Games

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.— The University of Arkansas Athletic Department is pleased to announce its affiliate lineup for the 2006 Razorback Baseball Radio Network (RBRN). The 25 station network is one of the largest college baseball radio networks in the country.

“We are very excited about our network this year,” said Matt Shanklin, General Manager of RBRN. “The network continues to grow in not only affiliates, but coverage area and games broadcast. This continued growth is very important to the continued growth of the Razorback Baseball program overall.”

One major change in the network is the addition of KWBF 101.1 FM in Little Rock. KWBF will carry all regular season games in addition to post-season action. In the past, only SEC games aired in the capital city.

Most affiliates will carry from 25-40 games, including most SEC contests. Fans will need to check their local listings for games broadcast on their local affiliates.

KFAY 1030 AM will enter its 16th season as the flagship station of the Razorback Baseball Radio Network. They will carry 52 games with sister station KYNG1590 AM picking up three (3) mid-week games with early start times. In addition to the KFAY broadcasts, KKEG 92.1 FM in Fayetteville will carry eight (8) Friday night SEC games beginning with the March 31st contest against Tennessee.

In Benton county, KURM 790 AM will carry all games, except Sundays and when there is a local high school conflict. Sister station KURM 100.3 FM will carry all games except Sundays and when there is a conflict with a St. Louis Cardinals broadcast.

All radio broadcasts can also be heard on the internet at through the RazorZone. The RazorZone is a subscription service of Fans can join for $9.95 per month or $99.95 annually. RazorZone will offer not only the audio broadcasts of the games, but live video of most home games, home game replays, weekly practice reports, post-game press conference with Coach Van Horn and players, player features and monthly Swatter’s Club meetings.


The stations on this year’s network include:

KFAY 1030 AM, Farmington/Fayetteville – Flagship

KEWI 690 AM, Benton

KAGH 800 AM, Crossett

KASR 92.7 FM, Conway

KYNG 1590 AM, Fayetteville

KKEG 92.1 FM, Fayetteville

KHGG 1580 AM, Fort Smith

KHGG 103.1 FM, Ft. Smith/Waldron

KFFA 1360 AM, Helena

KFFA 103.1 FM, Helena

KNWA 1600 AM, Harrison

KCWD 96.1 FM, Harrison

KXAR 1410 AM, Hope

KWBF 101.1 FM, Little Rock

KTTG 96.3 FM, Mena/Barling

KOMT 107.5 FM, Mountain Home

KURM 790 AM, Rogers/Springdale

KURM 100.3 FM, Rogers/Springdale

KYEL 105.5 FM, Russellville

KARV 610 AM, Russellville

KARV 101.3 FM, Russellville

KSMD 99.1 FM, Searcy

KWAK 1240 AM, Stuttgart

KWAK 105.5 FM, Stuttgart

KWYN 1400 AM, Wynne

Chuck Barrett and Rick Schaeffer will once again call all the play-by-play action for all 56 regular season games and all post-season action. Barrett is entering his 15th season of calling Razorback Baseball action. Schaeffer is in his 6th season, having worked in 1995 and then rejoining the network in 2001.

All broadcasts begin with the Dugout Show starting 20 minutes prior to every game.

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