Kansas City Chiefs, KCFX Extend Deal
August 9, 2013 at 4:32 PM (PT)
The KANSAS CITY CHIEFS have extended their multi-year deal with CUMULUS Classic Rock KCFX (101 THE FOX)/KANSAS CITY through the 2019 season. THE FOX is entering its 24th season as the CHIEFS flagship.
“We’re excited to extend our long-standing partnership with 101 THE FOX,” said CHIEFS President MARK DONOVAN. “In more than two decades serving as our FM flagship radio station, KCFX has been a valuable partner and more importantly, a remarkable resource for our fan base. Their award-winning broadcast team has provided CHIEFS fans with incredible gameday coverage and we are looking forward to continuing that trend.”
“Sports is a key focus for CUMULUS and we couldn’t be more pleased to announce this long-term extension in KANSAS CITY with our partners at the CHIEFS organization,” CUMULUS Chairman, Pres./CEO LEW DICKEY said. “They are consummate professionals and share our deep passion to create a compelling broadcast experience for the enormous base of CHIEFS fans.”
“We are extremely happy that our partnership will continue through our 30th season,” CUMULUS SVP/GM MARK SULLIVAN added. “We are looking forward to continuing to provide the best broadcast in the NFL to the CHIEFS Kingdom.”