Red Hills Broadcasting New Radio Home Of Florida State U. Sports
June 9, 2014 at 3:58 AM (PT)
RED HILLS BROADCASTING Country WWOF (103.1 THE WOLF)/TALLAHASSEE will be the new flagship of FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY football, Adult Hits WANK (99.1 HANK FM) will air SEMINOLES men's basketball, and Classic Rock WQTL (106.1 THE PATH) will carry baseball and women's basketball under a new three-year deal between RED HILLS and rights holder IMG COLLEGE (SEMINOLE IMG SPORTS MARKETING).
IMG COLLEGE Associate Regional VP SOUTHEAST GREG MYFORD said, "We are extremely pleased to partner with RED HILLS and look forward to continuing to grow the SEMINOLE brand throughout the SOUTHEAST. SEMINOLE IMG SPORTS MARKETING is very well positioned to provide solutions for the business community, whether reaching the entire statewide network or the passion of fans right here in TALLAHASSEE."
RED HILLS President HANK KESTENBAUM said, "SEMINOLE sports are one of the top intercollegiate sports programs in AMERICA and an integral part of our region's culture. RED HILLS BROADCASTING is fired up over our stations delivering the SEMINOLE brand to listeners in NORTH FLORIDA and SOUTH GEORGIA. We could not be more excited about hosting the premier brand in college athletics right here on our stations."
FSU Director of Athletics STAN WILCOX added, "We are thrilled about our partnership with Red Hills enabling all local SEMINOLE broadcasts to air on FM stations. Today's announcement is another step forward for our fans and athletics program. We are grateful for the partnership and look forward to future broadcasts on the FM dial."
And RED HILLS VP BRADFORD LEWIS said, "When given the opportunity to be a part of the biggest and best in college sports, it didn't take long for our local partnership group to seize the moment. The SEMINOLE brand is one of the best known in the country and here in TALLAHASSEE, it's as good as it gets. This is a perfect example of the local content we said we wanted on our four stations for our listeners. It's what they want, and we're going to give it to them through this new partnership with IMG and the FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLES."