Bronco Sports Network to growDon Day | April 6, 2008
Currently, the Bronco Sports Network consists of just two stations: KBOI/News Talk 670 and KGA/Spokane.
Under the new agreement, the network could swell to nine stations in seven markets. Peak Broadcasting worked behind the scenes to secure the network, and is “98% confident” in closing the deals now that it has secured the radio rights.
Potential network partners:
- KID/Idaho Falls (GAP West)
- KWIK/Pocatello (GAP West)
- KLIX/Twin Falls (GAP West)
- KALE/Tri Cities (New Northwest)
- KGA-KEYF-KJRB/Spokane (Mapleton)
- KBJX/Idaho Falls-Pocatello (Pacific Empire)
- KBKR/Baker City (Pacific Empire)
- KLBM/La Grande (Pacific Empire)
- KCLK/Lewiston-Clarkston (Pacific Empire)
But there could be one more partner: KWEI AM/FM. Peak would extend its rights to KWEI – which would produce a Spanish-language broadcast of football games.