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SiriusXM Unveils Conference Tournament Schedule

SiriusXM has announced that the women’s and men’s college basketball conference tournaments can be heard on their platform.

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March is here, and unlike last year, that means we’re about to name some champions across the world of college basketball.

As Tournament Time begins, SiriusXM will be there. Games from both women’s and men’s college basketball conference tournaments can be heard on the satellite platform.

Coverage for the women’s tournament begins on March 12 with the Big-10.

Subscribers will get every Men’s tournament game from the ACC, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, SEC, and Mountain West conferences.  The full schedule is below.

SiriusXM’s coverage of the conference tournament broadcasts are provided by the services of ESPN Radio, Westwood One, Learfield IMG College, and Compass Media.

Women’s Conference Tournaments:

Big Ten Semifinals and Championship Game (March 12-13)

Sirius 136/XM 195 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 957)

Big 12 Semifinals and Championship Game (March 13-14)

Sirius 134/XM 199 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 953)

**These games will also air on SiriusXM Big 12 Radio (channel 375 on SiriusXM radios and on the SiriusXM app)**

Big East Championship Game (March 8)

ESPNU Radio on SiriusXM 84 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 84)

Men’s Conference Tournaments:

ACC Tournament (March 9-13)

Early round games on ESPN Xtra SiriusXM 81 and ESPN Radio SiriusXM 80 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 81 and 80)

Quarterfinals through Championship on ESPN Radio SiriusXM 80 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 80)

**All ACC Tournament games will also air on SiriusXM ACC Radio (channel 371 on SiriusXM radios and on the SiriusXM app)**

Big East Tournament (March 10-13)

First Round through Semifinals on Sirius 134/XM 207 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 967)

Championship on ESPNU Radio on SiriusXM 84 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 84)

Big Ten Tournament (March 10-14)

All games on ESPNU Radio on SiriusXM 84 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 84)

**All Big Ten Tournament games will also air on SiriusXM Big Ten Radio (channel 372 on SiriusXM radios and on the SiriusXM app)**

Big 12 Tournament (March 10-13)

First round through Quarterfinals on Sirius 133/XM 199 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 953)

Semifinals on ESPN Xtra SiriusXM 81 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 81)

Championship on ESPN Radio SiriusXM 80 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 80)

**All Big 12 Tournament games will also air on SiriusXM Big 12 Radio (channel 375 on SiriusXM radios and on the SiriusXM app)**

Pac-12 Tournament (March 10-13)

First round through Semifinals on Sirius 137/XM 197 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 959)

Championship on ESPNU Radio on SiriusXM 84 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 84)

**All Pac-12 Tournament games will also air on SiriusXM Pac-12 Radio (channel 373 on SiriusXM radios and on the SiriusXM app)**

SEC Tournament (March 10-14)

First Round through Semifinals on Sirius 138/XM 190 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 961)

Championship on ESPNU Radio on SiriusXM 84 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 84)

**All SEC Tournament games will also air on SiriusXM SEC Radio (channel 374 on SiriusXM radios and on the SiriusXM app)**

Mountain West Tournament (March 10-13)

All games on Sirius 135/XM 210 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 968)

AAC Championship Game (March 14)

Sirius channel 133/XM channel 203 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 966)

America East Championship Game (March 13)

ESPN Xtra SiriusXM 81 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 81)

Atlantic 10 Championship Game (March 14)

Sirius channel 135/XM channel 207 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 967)

Big Sky Championship Game (March 13)

ESPN Xtra SiriusXM 81 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 81)

Big West Championship Game (March 13)

Sirius 136/XM 201 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 964)

Colonial Athletic Championship Game (March 9)

Sirius 133/XM 210 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 968)

MAAC Championship Game (March 13)

ESPN Xtra SiriusXM 81 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 81)

Patriot League Championship Game (March 14)

ESPN Xtra SiriusXM 81 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 81)

Southern Championship Game (March 8)

Sirius 137/XM 201 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 964)

West Coast Championship Game (March 9)

ESPNU Radio on SiriusXM 84 (also on SiriusXM app, channel 84)

(Schedule is subject to change.)

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Greg Hill to Jeff Van Gundy: ‘You Sounded Like You Were on the Bucks’ Payroll’

“After a pregnant pause, Van Gundy answered through laughter, throwing a zinger right back at Hill and crew.”

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They are nothing if not blunt in Boston. That was the case Tuesday morning when The Greg Hill Show welcomed ABC/ESPN NBA analyst Jeff Van Gundy to the program to preview the Eastern Conference Finals.

Overall, it was a cordial visit. Questions mostly focused on the headlines related to officiating throughout the playoffs and what the Celtics would have to do to make it to the NBA Finals, which Van Gundy thinks will happen.

“I think Boston’s been the best team in the league,” he said. “I think they’re gonna win it all this year.”

Greg Hill said after the conference semi-finals matchup with Milwaukee, he was surprised to hear Jeff Van Gundy felt that way.

“Jeez, I’m glad to hear you say that,” Hill told Van Gundy. “It almost sounded like you were on the Bucks’ payroll at times during that last series.”

After a pregnant pause, Van Gundy answered through laughter, throwing a zinger right back at Hill and crew.

“You know what? I get used to that and then the Bucks people say I want Boston to win. Not that you guys would be homers or anything.”

Jeff Van Gundy will join Mike Breen and Mark Jackson at the broadcast table for the Eastern Conference Finals on ABC and ESPN. Game 1 between the Celtics and Heat is scheduled for Tuesday night at 8:30 in Miami.

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99.7 The Fox Becomes New Carolina Panthers Flagship

“The new deal represents a return to The Fox for the Panthers. The station was the team’s flagship from 2000 through 2004.”

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The Carolina Panthers are on the move in Charlotte. The team is leaving WBT. Their new radio home will be 99.7 The Fox, iHeartMedia’s classic rock station.

The station will carry all Panthers game broadcasts, the Panthers pregame and postgame shows as well the team’s weekly coach’s show. There will also be an on-site presence for every home game at Bank of America Stadium.

“We are thrilled to increase iHeartSports NFL partnerships with the addition of the Carolina Panthers. The passion between a sports team and its fan base is one-of-a-kind, and we’re thrilled to expand the Carolina Panthers’ reach to their passionate supporters with our new multi-media deal,” Kevin LeGrett, President of iHeartMedia Sports, said in a press release. “iHeart’s reach in Charlotte is unprecedented, meaning more fans will hear their favorite team than ever before. The partnership will include broadcast, streaming, podcast, events, marketing and promotional elements which will drive results for the Panthers!”

“The team at 99.7 The Fox is delighted to once again be the broadcast home of the Carolina Panthers, bringing best-in-class content from the team to its dedicated and passionate fans,” Dave Carwile, President of iHeartMedia Multi-Platform Group – Charlotte, added. “We know how special the relationship and connection between the city of Charlotte, the Panthers and the fan base is, and we’re thrilled to enhance that bond with an expanded coverage area reaching more fans on 99.7 The Fox. We can’t wait to get started.”

The new deal represents a return to The Fox for the Panthers. The station was the team’s flagship from 2000 through 2004. Every other year of the franchise’s existence, their games have been heard on WBT.

“The Panthers are incredibly grateful for our partnership with Radio One, and the role that WBT has played in sharing some of the greatest moments in franchise history for 22 seasons, including each of the past 17,” Jake Burns, Chief Commercial Officer for the Carolina Panthers, said.

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Indiana Sports Talk Station Set To Flip Formats

“The promos say that station owner Woof Boom Broadcasting is “building a new radio station for Muncie and Delaware County”.

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Sports fans in Muncie, Indiana may soon lose their favorite sports station. Listeners to Muncie Sports 92.5 have heard promos teasing a new station coming to the frequency.

The promos say that station owner Woof Boom Broadcasting is “building a new radio station for Muncie and Delaware County”. The station has also changed its call letters. What was WXFN is now WMUN.

Muncie Sports 92.5 airs on two signals. 1340 AM is a 1000 watt station. 92.5 FM is a translator signal.

The station airs an hour-long local show hosted by Mark Foerster on weekdays at 4 pm. It carries syndicated programming from FOX Sports Radio and is the local affiliate for the Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Pacers, Cincinnati Reds, IndyCar Series, Ball State University football and women’s basketball, and three local high schools.

ESPN 680 is still available from nearby Marion,IN. Two Indianapolis sports talk stations are strong enough to be heard in the town as well according to Radio Locator.

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