Fans can follow the Oakland Raiders on radio in 2012 by tuning into game broadcasts on CBS Radio’s LIVE 105 (105.3 KITS-FM), which airs play-by-play coverage of the team’s preseason, regular-season and postseason games.
The exclusive agreement was negotiated by Compass Media Networks, syndicator of the broadcast rights for all Oakland Raiders English language broadcasts. Listeners also can follow on the Silver and Black’s vast radio network, including 34 affiliates and spanning 11 states.
In addition, fans of the Silver and Black will be able to hear from Raiders Head Coach Dennis Allen weekly during the regular season on three major radio outlets in Northern California.
“I look forward to keeping in touch with our passionate fans through these radio shows each week, during what promises to be a challenging and exciting 2012 campaign,” said Allen.
On Mondays, Allen will be featured during a segment with Grant Napear on Sacramento’s KHTK-1140 AM “The Fan” at 5:20 p.m. “All of us at 1140 ‘The Fan’ are excited to embark on the new era of excellence with Raiders Head Coach Dennis Allen,” said Steve Cottingim, Senior Vice President / Market Manager for CBS Radio Sacramento. “He will join Grant Napear on a weekly basis and give Sacramento Raiders fans a unique opportunity to get the coach's perspective, coupled with interactive opportunities.”
Allen will appear on 95.7 The GAME (KGMZ-FM), “The Bay Area’s New Sound for Sports,” every Tuesday at 5:10 p.m. on The Drive with Brandon Tierney. “We’re excited to have Coach Allen join us every week and give Raiders fans the passionate insight and information they crave,” said Jason Barrett, Program Director for 95.7 The GAME.
On Friday mornings during the season, at 7 a.m., Allen can be heard on KNBR during the Murph & Mac Show. "We’re excited to welcome Coach Allen to the KNBR Family," said Lee Hammer, Program Director of KNBR 680 and KNBR 1050. “Bay Area sports fans, especially those in the Raider Nation, will soon be able to tune into the Murph & Mac show every Friday morning and hear Coach Allen’s passion and desire to win.”