Statewide network to carry ASU football this fall
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.
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