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I believe we will get the SECOND KNBR station - 1050 not 680. So a lot smaller footprint but still a step up from where we've been lately.

Longtime fans may remember that Stanford football and basketball were on 1050 once before and they did a good job with known talking heads such as Rod Brooks giving the Cardinal the sort of push you don't get when we're in the radio borderlands and on stations that normally feature nationally syndicated talk radio content.


Lefty, you're right about that. I'm not in that area, so I'm not sure exactly how that will impact the coverage, but I'm hoping there might be crossover coverage on the mother ship, at least in some of the interviews that they run. As you say, it's still better than nothing.

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