September 18, 2014

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Indians extend radio contract with WTAM

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Indians have announced that they’ve extended their contract with WTAM radio to be the team’s flagship station.

The team and Clear Channel Media and Entertainment said today that WTAM 1100 AM will carry Indians games through 2017. They also announced that the majority of games also will be carried on the FM side on WMMS 100.7.

The Indians also extended their contract with broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus, who partners with Tom Hamilton to call the games on radio. Rosenhaus will begin his seventh season as part of the radio team and his second season broadcasting every game.

Clear Channel Cleveland will air 15 Indians spring training games and will continue to distribute the games to the Indians Radio Network, which includes 26 stations across Ohio and western Pennsylvania.