Statewide network to carry ASU football this fall


August 25, 2009

Arizona State University Football fans will be able to follow the Sun Devils this fall on a statewide network of radio stations, anchored by flagship "Sports 620 KTAR" in Phoenix, which boasts one of the strongest AM signals in Arizona.

"News/Talk 92.3 KTAR" will also carry Arizona State broadcasts in the Phoenix area when conflicts occur with programming on the KTAR-AM. Download Full Image

The 2009 list of Sun Devil ISP Sports Network affiliates includes 11 members with most affiliates returning from a year ago. KZUA-FM in Lakeside/Holbrook has been added since last season, providing a new ASU presence in that part of the state.

The network is entering its first year under the management of ISP Sports, the new multi-media rights holder for ASU Athletics. ISP produces radio networks for more than 40 major college athletic programs across the country, including Pacific-10 Conference members California, UCLA and Washington as well as Arizona State.

A complete station list of Sun Devil ISP Sports Network affiliates follows:
KTAR-AM 620 Phoenix (flagship)
KTAR-FM 92.3 Phoenix (alternate flagship)
KDAP-FM 96.5 Douglas
KBXZ-AM 1650 Flagstaff
KIKO-AM 1340 Globe/Miami
KNTR-AM 980 Lake Havasu City
KZUA-FM 92.1 Lakeside/Holbrook
KYCA-AM 1490 Prescott
KATO-AM 1230 Safford
KAZM-AM 780 Sedona
KTHQ-FM 92.5 Show Low
KRVZ-AM 1400 Show Low

Hodge named to National Academies committee


August 25, 2009

Professor James">http://www.law.asu.edu/Apps/Faculty/Faculty.aspx?individual_id=65847">James G. Hodge Jr., Lincoln Professor of Health Law and Ethics at the College of Law, recently was appointed to an ad hoc committee of the National Academies' Institute of Medicine (IOM), which is developing national guidance to establish standards of care for use in disaster situations.

As part of the IOM committee's public workshop on Wednesday, Sept. 2, in Washington, D.C., Hodge will chair a panel titled "Guidance on Legal, Ethical and Practical Issues in Setting Standards of Care in Declared Emergencies." Panel members will examine distinctions between medical and legal standards of care and scopes of practice, as well as issues with setting standards of care during public health emergencies when resources are scarce. Download Full Image

The committee's report is expected to be completed by October 2009.

Through scholarly and applied work, Hodge delves into multiple areas of public health law, global health law, ethics and human rights. He teaches Health Law, Ethics and Policy; Public Health Law and Ethics; and Global Health Law and Policy at the College of Law.

Before joining the College of Law faculty in 2009, Hodge was a professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, an adjunct professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center and a core faculty member of the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics. He is a senior scholar at the Centers for Law and the Public's Health: A Collaborative at Johns Hopkins and Georgetown Universities; President of the Public Health Law Association; and Vice-Chair, ABA Public Health Interest Group.

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