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July 16, 1998 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
The Mighty Ducks are expected to announce today they have agreed to a three-year radio deal with XTRA 690, the San Diego-based all-sports station. The Ducks have been trying to land a deal with XTRA since their inaugural season in 1993-94. But the station was in the midst of an eight-year contract with the Kings and had no room for the Ducks on its schedule. They landed instead on KEZY 95.9-FM for four seasons before moving to KRLA 1110 last season.
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July 16, 1998 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
The Mighty Ducks are expected to announce today they have agreed to a three-year radio deal with XTRA 690, the San Diego-based all-sports station. The Ducks have been trying to land a deal with XTRA since their inaugural season in 1993-94. But the station was in the midst of an eight-year contract with the Kings and had no room for the Ducks on its schedule. They landed instead on KEZY 95.9-FM for four seasons before moving to KRLA 1110 last season.
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May 30, 1992 | BILL PLASCHKE
In a contest as intriguing as the flight of a knuckleball, Manager Tom Lasorda claimed to have won dinner from his coaches Friday by catching six of 10 pitches thrown by Tom Candiotti. His coaches disagreed. "Yeah, he caught six . . . out of 20," bullpen coach Mark Cresse said. "Jealous, sore losers," Lasorda said. The contest featured Lasorda wearing a chest protector on his chest and another on his back. Lasorda missed the first three pitches because, he said, he couldn't see through the mask.
SPORTS
June 16, 1998
The Kings and KRLA (AM 1110) have agreed to a three-year deal making KRLA the Kings' new flagship radio station, the team announced. The deal ends the Kings' eight-year relationship with San Diego-based XTRA Sports 690.
SPORTS
June 16, 1998
The Kings and KRLA (AM 1110) have agreed to a three-year deal making KRLA the Kings' new flagship radio station, the team announced. The deal ends the Kings' eight-year relationship with San Diego-based XTRA Sports 690.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 25, 1995 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sundays will be (silver and) Black Sabbath this fall on Los Angeles classic-rock radio station KLSX-FM (97.1), which signed on last month as the flagship for the Raiders' radio network. Pro football and classic rock might seem an odd coupling--the staid NFL has been called the No Fun League--but KLSX is among a growing number of FM stations across the country that have aligned themselves with NFL teams.
SPORTS
June 25, 1992 | LARRY STEWART
The Clippers not only got three No. 1 draft choices Wednesday, they also switched radio stations. The Clippers, formerly on KRLA, have signed a three-year contract with KMPC. "Considering the promotional aspects, this is an ideal situation," said Andy Roeser, the Clippers' executive vice president in charge of business operations. Roeser said the team, as it did with KRLA, will buy the air time and sell the advertising, thus ensuring KMPC of a profit. "KMPC is guaranteed to win," he said.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 25, 1995 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sundays will be (silver and) Black Sabbath this fall on Los Angeles classic-rock radio station KLSX-FM (97.1), which signed on last month as the flagship for the Raiders' radio network. Pro football and classic rock might seem an odd coupling--the staid NFL has been called the No Fun League--but KLSX is among a growing number of FM stations across the country that have aligned themselves with NFL teams.
SPORTS
June 25, 1992 | LARRY STEWART
The Clippers not only got three No. 1 draft choices Wednesday, they also switched radio stations. The Clippers, formerly on KRLA, have signed a three-year contract with KMPC. "Considering the promotional aspects, this is an ideal situation," said Andy Roeser, the Clippers' executive vice president in charge of business operations. Roeser said the team, as it did with KRLA, will buy the air time and sell the advertising, thus ensuring KMPC of a profit. "KMPC is guaranteed to win," he said.
SPORTS
May 30, 1992 | BILL PLASCHKE
In a contest as intriguing as the flight of a knuckleball, Manager Tom Lasorda claimed to have won dinner from his coaches Friday by catching six of 10 pitches thrown by Tom Candiotti. His coaches disagreed. "Yeah, he caught six . . . out of 20," bullpen coach Mark Cresse said. "Jealous, sore losers," Lasorda said. The contest featured Lasorda wearing a chest protector on his chest and another on his back. Lasorda missed the first three pitches because, he said, he couldn't see through the mask.
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