Cincinnati Bengals Ink Three-Year Deal To Stick With Clear Channel
May 10, 2011 at 5:49 PM (PT)
CINCINNATI BENGALS football will remain on the CLEAR CHANNEL /CINCINNATI stations under a new three-year deal. The games will air on Sports WCKY-A (ESPN 1530) and Rock WEBN, and will also air on Talk WLW-A when there is no conflict with CINCINNATI REDS baseball.
"CLEAR CHANNEL MEDIA/CINCINNATI provides a very strong station lineup, and we are proud to have them continue to serve as the home for BENGALS football," said BENGALS EVP KATIE BLACKBURN. "The new 'in-house' model will provide us a lot of flexibility with our business partners and will allow us to leverage all the marketing assets of BENGALS football. We look forward to working in a positive way with CLEAR CHANNEL MEDIA/CINCINNATI to provide great radio broadcasts, but we also want to go beyond that to develop additional coverage that will interest our fans."
"Our cluster of market-leading media brands are thrilled to continue to partner with the BENGALS and the NFL," said CLEAR CHANNEL/CINCINNATI Pres./Market Manager CHUCK FREDERICK. "This new partnership allows both of us to do what we do best in serving our audience and the business community."