790 The Ticket has reached an agreement with the Miami Heat to remain the team’s flagship radio station through 2021. Mike Inglis and John Crotty will continue calling the action, Tommy Tighe remains the pre-game, halftime, and post-game reporter and morning host Jonathan Zaslow will stay on as the host of pre-game and post-game shows.
“We look forward to continuing our partnership with the Miami Heat and giving our listeners exclusive game-day programming, unique insights and access to the team they know and love,” said Entercom Miami VP/GM Doug Abernethy. “This partnership exemplifies our dedication to providing world class coverage of Miami sports.”
“790 The Ticket has been the home of some of the most exciting and memorable moments in Heat history,” said Heat President, Business Operations Eric Woolworth. “This new agreement will ensure that Heat fans will continue to tune their dial to 790 The Ticket to get all of the news, information and exciting live game action surrounding their Miami Heat.”
“The Heat is one of the most electrifying teams in the NBA, and we are thrilled that their fans will continue to be able to hear their games on The Ticket,” said Entercom President/CEO David Field. “This further showcases our robust sports programming across the country and demonstrates our commitment to providing the best and the most exclusive content for our listeners.”