NEW ORLEANS – Tulane University Athletics and Tulane Sports Properties have announced an extension with iHeartMedia and KVDU 104.1 The Spot as the flagship home of Green Wave football and men’s basketball along the Tulane Sports Network from LEARFIELD. KVDU will carry every Tulane football and men’s basketball game on 104.1 FM in New Orleans.
“We are excited to continue our radio network coverage throughout Southern Louisiana,” said Jana Woodson, Deputy Athletic Director, External Operations. “Providing the best possible coverage of Tulane Athletics on our radio platforms and streaming services is more important than ever. We look forward to a great partnership this upcoming year.”
“Since joining the Tulane family in 2020, 104.1 The Spot has provided Tulanians across Southern Louisiana with every exciting moment of Green Wave football and men’s basketball, and I am thrilled to continue our partnership with KVDU and iHeartMedia,” added Corey Gloor, Director of Broadcasting for Tulane Sports Properties, the university’s athletics multimedia rightsholder. “The passion and intensity surrounding Tulane football and men’s basketball has never been higher, and I cannot wait to bring fans each and every amazing moment on 104.1 The Spot.”
Live coverage of the Tulane Sports Network from LEARFIELD on 104.1 The Spot will begin with exclusive pregame coverage one hour prior to every football kickoff and thirty minutes before every men’s basketball tip-off. Furthermore, each game broadcast will conclude with exclusive postgame coverage, featuring analysis, recaps and interviews.
“We are proud to be “The Spot” where fans tune in for Tulane Football and Men’s Basketball coverage,” said Tori Kahl, Area President for iHeartMedia Multi-Platform Group – New Orleans / Baton Rouge. “iHeartMedia New Orleans and Tulane have an incredible partnership, and we look forward to another great year. Roll Wave!”
The 2022-23 season of Tulane football kicks off on Saturday, September 3rd against UMass. Live coverage on 104.1 The Spot will begin at 5p CT. The Voice of the Green Wave, Corey Gloor, will provide play-by-play commentary. Steve Barrios, Tulane Hall of Fame wide receiver, returns for his 40th season in the Tulane broadcast booth. Tulane graduate Maddy Hudak will serve as sideline reporter.
Tulane women’s basketball and baseball will continue to be heard locally in New Orleans on WRBH 88.3 FM beginning this November.
Additionally, all Tulane Sports Network broadcasts are available digitally via The Varsity Network mobile app or the Tulane Athletics official mobile app, allowing Green Wave fans the opportunity to catch every moment of the action wherever they may be around the globe.
The Tulane Sports Network’s unparalleled coverage of the Green Wave also features The Current presented by Bryan Subaru, the official podcast of Tulane Athletics. Returning for its third season, The Current presented by Bryan Subaru shares the latest from the Green Wave, featuring longform conversations with student-athletes, coaches, and administrators around Tulane. New episodes of The Current presented by Bryan Subaru debut weekly and are available on platforms such as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio app and more.
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