Golden Gopher Radio Network
The University of Minnesota Department of Athletics, in conjunction with multimedia rights holder Gopher Sports Properties, announced a three-year radio broadcast agreement with Hubbard Broadcasting in March of 2011.
Golden Gopher basketball game broadcasts can be heard live on 1500 ESPN Twin Cities or KBEM-88.5 FM. Corbu Stathes and Lynette Sjoquist call all the action.
Gopher Sports Properties is a property of Learfield Sports, which manages rights for more than 50 collegiate institutions, associations and conferences including seven Big Ten Conference member institutions - Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Northwestern, Penn State, Purdue and Wisconsin. Aside from the campus-level rights relationships Learfield Sports has with these schools, the company also manages the Big Ten Conference's sponsorship rights and develops its corporate partnerships.
How To Listen
|1)||Listen on 1500 ESPN Twin Cities (1500 AM) or KBEM (88.5 FM).|
|Click here for Radio Schedule to determine which station is carrying the game.|
|2)||Listen via the Gopher Radio Network. See below for affiliate list!|
|3)||Click here to listen for free via GopherSports.com and Gopher All-Access. **Clicking on link via any IPhone device or mobile device that supports Flash 10.1 or greater will launch the mobile streaming interface.|
|4)||For games aired on 1500 ESPN, download the FREE 1500 ESPN app!|
Coach Pam Borton's weekly radio show will be broadcast live on 1500 ESPN on Mondays at 7:30 p.m. Come see the show live at Applebee's on campus (directions)! The radio show can also be listened to online via Gophersports.com.
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