750 The Game To Drop FM Simulcast
The shake ups are back at Rogers Media in Canada. A press release from the company says that new live and on demand Sportsnet radio shows will launch on October 4 replacing the current lineup.
While a lot of it does look like traditional radio with an on-demand replay available, Rogers does promise “seasonal, sport-specific and spontaneous programming,” adding that it will give listners more of what they want, when they want it.
The FAN Morning Show with JD, Blake and Ailish will kick things off from 6-10 each day. The show features current Sportsnet host JD Bunkis alongside Blake Murphy, who covers the Raptors for The Athletic, and Yahoo Sports host Ailish Forfar.
The network will have two baseball season shows. Blair and Barker will air weekday evenings at 5. Ben Ennis will host Jays Talk weekdays from 10-noon, with postgame editions hosted by Blair and Barker.
Sportsnet is bringing for Maple Leaf Nick Kypreos back. He will partner with Justin Bourne during hockey season for afternoon drive. Insider Jeff Myrek will host his show in mid days.
Finally, The Raptors Show with host Will Lou will air at 2 pm on weekdays during the NBA season. The back half of afternoon drive during the winter will be filled by The Fan Drive Time, which will cover both hockey and basketball.
All of the new programming means plenty of changes. Scott Rintoul, who hosted the mid day show on Sportsnet’s Vancouver affiliate has confirmed that he is out. Jason Ronzon of The Fan 590 in Toronto says that he is out as well.
Canadian sports media blogger Toronto Mike has a list of other talents that have reportedly exited Rogers’ Sportsnet. The Athletic’s Richard Deitsch is said to be among them. Deitsch had been hosting an afternoon drive show on The Fan 590 in Toronto.
Radio station in Portland, Oregon
|Broadcast area||Portland metropolitan area and Salem, Oregon|
|Branding||750 The Game|
|Affiliations||CBS Sports Radio|
(Alpha Media Licensee LLC)
|KBFF, KINK, KUFO, KUPL-FM, KXL-FM|
First air date
|December 13, 1926 (as KXL)|
Former call signs
|749.6 kHz (1926-1927)|
770 kHz (2/1927-6/1927)
1360 kHz (1927-1928)
1250 kHz (1928-1929)
1420 kHz (1929-1941)
1450 kHz (3/1941-10/1941)
Call sign meaning
|K XThe Game|
|Power||50,000 watts day|
20,000 watts night
|45°24′04.2″N122°26′50.7″W / 45.401167°N 122.447417°W / 45.401167; -122.447417Coordinates: 45°24′04.2″N122°26′50.7″W / 45.401167°N 122.447417°W / 45.401167; -122.447417|
KXTG (750 AM, "The Game") is a sportsradio station in Portland, Oregon. Its transmitter is located in Damascus, while studios are in downtown Portland. It is owned by Alpha Media, a company owned by veteran radio executive Larry Wilson.
KXTG is Portland's flagship home to the March Madness, the Portland Timbers of Major League Soccer, and the Seattle Mariners. It also served as home of the Portland Steel of the Arena Football League in 2016.
The Bald Faced Truth with host John Canzano airs weekdays on KXTG. Canzano's show was the inaugural sports program on the station and remains on air today. The Bald Faced Truth launched The Game's sports programming on May 12, 2008. Among the first guests that first day were golfer Peter Jacobsen and former United States' President Barack Obama.
KXTG first began broadcasting in 1926 as KXL. KXL was bought by Alpha Broadcasting in 2009, along with a sister station, KXTG, on the FM band. That station first signed on as 95.5 KXL-FM in June 1965 with a long-running beautiful music format followed by adult contemporary. On March 26, 1999, KXL-FM became KXJM, with a successful Rhythmic contemporary format that lasted until May 12, 2008, when it switched formats to sports. The KXJMcall letters, Rhythmic format, and all other intellectual property were acquired by CBS Radio and moved to 107.5 FM.
At 8:47 a.m. on March 15, 2011, KXL started simulcasting on 101.1 FM, replacing the Active rock format of KUFO. After two months of the KXL news/talk format being heard on both stations, at 4 p.m. on May 25, 2011, the 750 frequency switched from news/talk to sports, changing its branding to "750 The Game" (from KXTG 95.5). Thus, KXL's news/talk format is now exclusively on FM.
On June 1, 2011, KXL changed call letters (after 85 years) to KXTG to match "The Game" branding. The KXTG call letters and "The Game" sports format were recently at 95.5 FM (now KBFF). In 2013, KXTG switched affiliations from Fox Sports Radio to NBC Sports Radio. (Fox Sports Radio is now on 620 KPOJ.) In October 2015, KXTG switched affiliations from NBC Sports Radio to CBS Sports Radio.
In July 2014, KXTG began simulcasting on FM translator K274AR 102.7 FM. On December 19, 2014, K274AR upgraded from 10 watts at 102.7 FM to 99 watts at 102.9 FM. On February 3, 2015, K274AR changed call letters to K275CH.
In August 2019, KXTG would drop its simulcast on the 102.9 FM translator frequency, due to a format change.
This section needs expansion with: information on KXL's owners before 1955, and general KXL history. You can help by adding to it. (September 2009)
From 1955 to 1998, KXL was owned by Les Smith; Rose City Radio, a company owned by Portland Trail Blazers owner Paul Allen, bought it and KXTG from Smith in 1998 for a reported $42 million. In May 2009, it was announced that Larry Wilson, the founder and former owner of Citadel Broadcasting, bought KXL and KXTG from Rose City for $11 million.
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750AM The Game Portland’s Sports Radio
750AM The Game has more live and local radio programming than any other talk station in Portland.
A commitment to bring more live sports and local content than any other station in Portland is our foundation. Home to on-air personalities like John Canzano. A top 20 radio personality in the country according to TALKERS and in 2016 he was named Oregon sports broadcaster of the year. Canzano is a 5x Sports Broadcaster of the Year!
750AM is home to the #1 Sports Broadcaster in Oregon. The station is targeted locally for the 18-65 year males reaching over 45k Facebook followers.
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Alpha Media’s Portland stations keep our fans informed with daily news, weather and traffic reports in the morning and afternoon drive. Powerhouse news/talk KXL runs traffic every 7 minutes during drive times, with current news, weather and traffic readily available on kxl.com, so listeners stay informed.
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Alpha Broadcasting’s KXTG-AM 750 AM The Game Portland says the longtime voice of the Portland Trail Blazers, Brian Wheeler, will continue his role as a Senior Commentator and Sports Analyst on the station, which is the flagship for the Portland Trail Blazers.
“Wheels” will appear on all local sports talk shows on The Game each week and make special guest appearances on each show and at station events, including viewing parties.
Wheeler came to the Portland Trailblazers in 1998, where he coined his famous phrase “Boom Shaka Laka” after momentous Blazer dunks.
750 The Game is the play-by-play home of the Portland Trail Blazers, University of Oregon Ducks, Portland Timbers, and Seattle Seahawks.
Carl has been with RBR-TVBR since 1997 and is currently Managing Director/Senior Editor. Residing in Northern Virginia, he covers the business of broadcasting, advertising, programming, new media and engineering. He’s also done a great deal of interviews for the company and handles our ever-growing stable of bylined columnists.
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