The St. Louis Blues announced today they have created a new broadcast partnership with 101 ESPN. According to St. Louis Blues public relations, the new agreement will make 101 ESPN the exclusive radio broadcast home for all Blues games and allow the Blues to deliver the most content and programming in team history.
The partnership, which carries a four-year term with an option for a fifth year, will begin with the 2019-20 season. For the duration of the 2018-19 season, the Blueswill remain with their current flagship station, 1120 KMOX.
“We are excited to enter into a partnership with 101 ESPN to broadcast our games and to create exciting new Blues and hockey-related content for our fans,” said Blues Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer Steve Chapman. “This partnership will allow us and 101 ESPN to reach new audiences and create numerous content opportunities that will help meet the demands of our loyal fan base. We are excited about what the future holds. As we move forward, our organization would also like to thank the entire KMOX team for both their commitment and partnership to the Blues and fans throughout the region.”
“It has always been a dream to partner with the St. Louis Blues organization,” said Hubbard St. Louis Vice President and Market Manager John Kijowski. “The Blues management team is a class act and their fans are the best in professional hockey.”