Stardust 105.7, ESPN Radio 1240, WINC-AM renew Tech affiliation
Three powerful stations blanket Virginia's Shenandoah Valley with Hokie football, basketball.
May 2, 2003

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Coverage area of Staunton's ESPN Radio 1240
BLACKSBURG - ISP Sports and the Virginia Tech Athletics Department announced today that three Shenandoah Valley radio stations have signed multi-year extensions to broadcast Virginia Tech sports.

Harrisonburg's WMXH (105.7 FM), Staunton's WTON (1240 AM) and Winchester's WINC (1400 AM) will all carry Virginia Tech football and basketball games and the weekly Advance Auto Parts Hokie Hotline.

"This is exciting news for our fans from the northern end of the Valley in Winchester and Front Royal, south to Harrisonburg, and all the way to Staunton and Waynesboro," Bill Roth, ISP Sports Assistant Vice President said. "While the Valley is known for its historic significance and tremendous natural beauty, it's also home of thousands of Hokie fans. We're glad to have three outstanding media partners in this region to serve our fans."

ISP Sports develops and produces a variety of marketing opportunities involving Tech Athletics, including live play-by-play game broadcasts of Virginia Tech football and basketball games, plus weekly television programs.

This fall will mark the 50th consecutive year Tech broadcasts will be heard on a statewide network throughout the Commonwealth.