Tuesday, June 27, 2006

K-Wings to remain on WLKM and WQSN

The Kalamazoo Wings have announced fans can listen to the defending UHL Colonial Cup champions this season on WLKM (95.9 FM) and WQSN (AM 1660).

Since the Kalamazoo Wings re-established their radio network back in 2002, fans have enjoyed listing to K-Wing games on WLKM. With their new agreement, the K-Wings and their flagship station, which is based in Three Rivers, can continue to have games reach a coverage area that covers 11 Southwest Michigan Counties.

The K-Wings have also reached a new agreement with Kalamazoo's local sports leader, AM 1660 WQSN. Besides having their games heard on Kalamazoo's only sports station, WQSN will be the on-air home for the Kalamazoo Wings Weekly Coaches Show "K-Wings Live." WQSN is the home of various national and local programming, including Mike and Cash, where fans can hear the most up-to-date Kalamazoo Wings news with the K-Wings Update, which airs in the final segment of every show.

K-Wing games can also be heard via the web at http://www.wqsn.com/.

"We are extremely excited to continue our relationship with both WLKM and WQSN," said K-Wings Vice President and General Manager Paul L. Pickard. "By having a two station radio network, we (K-Wings) have one of the most comprehensive radio networks in minor league hockey."

Fans can start listening to the K-Wings defend their Colonial Cup this October, as the "Voice of the K-Wings" Mike Modugno gets set for his fifth season of hockey in Kalamazoo by calling all the action from the opening face-off to the final buzzer. Coverage of K-Wings hockey starts 15 minutes prior to face-off with the Digital Highway Pre-Game Show.


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