May 28, 2010
Danville's ESPN Radio 106.3 Joins Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network
WMNA-FM to carry all Hokies football and basketball broadcasts

ISP – America’s Home for College Sports and WMNA-FM announced today that ESPN Radio 106.3 has joined the Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network.

WMNA-FM will carry all Virginia Tech football and basketball game broadcasts, as well as Tech Talk LIVE!, the weekly radio shows featuring Hokies head football coach Frank Beamer and head basketball coach Seth Greenberg.

“We are elated to be entering a long-term partnership with ISP and Virginia Tech,” said Devin Taylor, Operations Manager. “People in Southside Virginia are passionate about two things: sports and the Hokies. The biggest winners today are Hokie fans who will get to hear the incredible play-by-play broadcasts and feel the excitement through their radio.”

ESPN Radio 106.3 is the home for ESPN Radio 24-hours per day and the flagship station for the Danville Braves. It is the areas only FM Sports Talk Station.

"I'm thrilled for our fans in Pittsylvania County who have a new radio home for Tech football and basketball broadcasts,” said Bill Roth, ISP Sports Assistant Vice President and the Voice of the Hokies. “From Danville, to Chatham, to Gretna, it's easy to see the passion for the Hokies. Tech flags are flying on front porches throughout that entire county which is really quite a sight. Those fans are a big part of our success and we’re ecstatic to announce this partnership with WMNA-FM.”

ISP is the country’s largest and fastest growing collegiate multimedia rights holder, with partnerships involving more than 60 NCAA member institutions, conferences, bowl games and venues. The ISP family of leading universities and conferences reaches into 34 states from the Northeast through the mid-Atlantic and Southeast, while extending across the Southwest and most of the West coast as well. The company, which is based in Winston-Salem, NC, produces a variety of sponsorship opportunities and services for its partner schools and corporate clients, including publications, radio/TV networks, internet sites, game event promotions and stadium/arena signage.

WMNA-FM Operations Director Devin Taylor (center) joins ISP's broadcast team of Bill Roth and Mike Burnop, plus the Hokie Bird, to announce the new partnership between ESPN 106.3 and the Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network. The station is the new radio home of the Hokies in Danville, Gretna, and all of Pittsylvania County, Va.

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