The St. Louis Blues will have a new flagship station next season. The team will move its broadcasts to Hubbard Broadcasting’s 101 ESPN. In a press release, Hubbard promises more Blues themed programming on the station, including “‘inside information’ and behind-the-scenes coverage, opinions and perspective.”
“Our entire team is looking forward to our partnership with the St. Louis Blues, and the opportunity to offer innovative content and exclusive interviews, analysis and coverage for St. Louis fans,” said Hoss Neupert, 101 ESPN’s Brand Content Director. “Fans should prepare to hear insightful, in-depth Blues reporting like you’ve never heard it before.”
Entercom’s KMOX has been the team’s flagship station since 2006, with some games airing on Hot AC sister station Y98.
About Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc.
Started in 1923, Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc. is an American television and radio broadcasting corporation based in Minneapolis – St. Paul, Minnesota. Launched by Stanley E. Hubbard, Hubbard Broadcasting operates radio stations and television stations in ten states. In addition to radio and television stations, other Hubbard Broadcasting companies include the satellite and cable networks ReelzChannel, F&F Productions and 2060 Digital. For additional information on Hubbard Radio visitwww.hubbardradio.com.