UCLA Announces Three Ways To Listen To Women's Basketball
Nov. 22, 2003
The UCLA Athletic Department, in its effort to keep expanding its widening women's college basketball audience, is again providing three ways for interested fans to listen to Bruin women's basketball via the radio, over the Internet and even by the telephone.
UCLA for the fourth straight year has an agreement with Los Angeles sport leader Clear Channel to radio broadcast its games. At least four regular season games will air live over the UCLA Flagship Station KTRA 1150 AM. That schedule is being finalized. The Pac-10 Tournament and any UCLA women's basketball NCAA playoff games could also be aired over 1150 AM.
The 1150 AM signal is utilized by UCLA football and men's basketball; the Los Angeles Clippers; the Oakland Raiders and the Los Angeles Avengers.The Bruins will also have all games again this season on KIIS 850 AM in Thousand Oaks. A Riverside/San Bernardino County station is in the process of being added to the Clear Channel UCLA women's lineup again this season. Radio station 1350 did all UCLA games last season.
Games will again be broadcast live over the Internet at www.uclabruins.com. The OCSN network through Real Audio will be responsible for the broadcasts this season. You need to purchase the College Sports Pass to listen to UCLA events over the internet this season.
This year UCLA is again using the TRZ network in its broadcast lineup. If radio and Internet access are not available, one can call the TRZ Network at 1-800-846-4700 and enter the UCLA Code of 5929 to listen to the broadcasts. The cost is $.15 per minute for a season ticket or about $.50 per minute for selected games. Different packages are available.
Veteran local broadcaster Dave Marcus begins his first season calling play-by-play on the UCLA broadcasts with UCLA Assoc. AD Michael Sondheimer, entering his 26th season of doing color commentary.