RENTON – The Seattle Seahawks announced a multi-year extension with Bonneville Seattle Media Group to continue with 710 ESPN Seattle and KIRO Radio 97.3 FM as the official radio broadcast partners of the Seahawks. The announcement was made Thursday on 710 ESPN Seattle’s “Brock & Salk” show and on KIRO Radio’s “Dori Monson Show” by Seahawks President Peter McLoughlin.
Per the agreement, 710 ESPN Seattle and KIRO Radio 97.3 FM will continue to broadcast all Seahawks games, including pre-game, play-by-play and post-game coverage. In addition, the partnership includes special programming, joint community service projects and exclusive web content.
The @Seahawks are excited to announce a multi-year extension with Bonneville Seattle Media Group to continue with @710ESPNSeattle and @KIRORadio as the official radio broadcast partners of the Seahawks. https://t.co/FqBOhTzZ0l
— Peter McLoughlin (@CEO_McLoughlin) December 21, 2017
“With great pride, we have operated as the sole broadcast partner to the Seattle Seahawks since 1976 and recognize it has been a privilege for 710 ESPN Seattle and KIRO Radio 97.3 FM to serve as the radio home for the Seattle Seahawks for 42 exciting years,” said Dave Pridemore, VP/Market Manager, Bonneville Seattle Media Group. “In addition, with our several state of the art digital content platforms, a variety of programming and exclusive content, we will provide fans with many opportunities to join the ever-growing Seahawks conversation.”
Gameday coverage begins with pregame analysis three hours before each game, and concludes with two and a half hours of post-game coverage featuring exclusive interviews with Seahawks players from the locker room.
Special programs such as “The Pete Carroll Show” will be featured on both 710 ESPN Seattle and KIRO Radio 97.3 FM, along with the “Seahawks Huddle” every Thursday from noon to 2 p.m, and “Seahawks Weekly” every Thursday from 7–9 p.m, throughout the season. Exclusive Seahawks content will be highlighted on Bonneville Seattle’s local news, opinion and sports websites, MyNorthwest.com and 710Sports.com.
— 710 ESPN Seattle (@710ESPNSeattle) December 21, 2017