CLEMSON, S.C. – Clemson University Athletics and its multimedia rights holder, Clemson Tiger Sports Properties (CTSP), announced today a six-year renewal of the radio agreement with Charleston, S.C.-based Kirkman Broadcasting, Inc.
Concurrent with the upcoming 2014-15 athletic season, WJKB 950 AM and WQSC 1340 AM will broadcast all Clemson football and men’s basketball games, as well as all weekend and post-season baseball games. Additionally, the Kirkman-owned stations will carry the one-hour call-in show with Head Football Coach Dabo Swinney; one-hour call-in show with Men’s Basketball Coach Brad Brownell; and Tiger Sports Today – the daily, three-minute wrap-up on all University sports.
Moncks Corner’s WJKB 950 AM and Charleston’s WQSC 1340 AM committed to this new agreement through June 2020.
“We have enjoyed our relationship with Clemson University and Learfield Sports since it began over a decade ago,” said Gil Kirkman, owner of Kirkman Broadcasting, Inc. “This long-term agreement shows our commitment to each other and Clemson University’s commitment to the low country.”
Gerry Dickey, CTSP general manager added, “We are excited to extend our long-time partnership with Kirkman Broadcasting. The exposure we receive on multiple stations across Charleston has been invaluable to Clemson Athletics and our fans, and we’re happy to see this relationship continue for many years to come.”
Clemson Tiger Sports Properties oversees all aspects of Clemson’s radio network, as well as the comprehensive multimedia rights agreement. Clemson Tiger Sports Properties is a joint venture of Learfield Sports and IMG College.