The Rangers are in a multi-year agreement with Dallas/Fort Worth's 105.3 The FAN (KRLD-FM) for the exclusive English radio play-by-play broadcast rights.
The agreement includes coverage of regular and postseason games broadcast on 105.3 The FAN (KRLD-FM) as well as select spring training games. The all-sports station will also complement its play-by-play coverage with live pre- and post-game shows, and Rangers-themed daily programming featuring interviews with players, coaches and front office personnel.
NewsRadio 1080 (KRLD-AM) will carry any games that conflict with previously scheduled programming on 105.3 The FAN.
The Rangers Radio Network will provide Rangers baseball coverage to a number of stations throughout Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. The Rangers will continue to oversee all radio production and network elements of the broadcasts. Eric Nadel, the 2014 Ford C. Frick Award recipient, will continue broadcasting Texas Rangers baseball along with Matt Hicks.
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In November 2016, the Rangers entered into a multi-year agreement with Univision Deportes Radio to be the team's new Spanish radio flagship beginning with the 2017 season. The majority of the Rangers' home and away games will be broadcast by KFLC 1270 AM, which was previously the Rangers' Spanish radio home from 1999-2010. Selected games will be carried by Univision's La Jefa KFZO 99.1 FM when programming conflicts arise on KFLC.
In January 2017 Univision announced that it would expand its Univision Deportes brand to radio across 10 markets in the United States, including Phoenix, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Chicago, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, McAllen and Las Vegas. Univision owns and operates 64 radio stations, including in 15 of the top 25 U.S. Hispanic markets, covering 72% of the U.S. Hispanic population. Univision's radio stations consistently rank at the top of their market and in thecountry, regardless of language. Among Hispanics, radio is one of the top three media forms, together with TV and mobile.
In addition, the Rangers Spanish Radio Network will provide Rangers baseball coverage to a number of stations throughout Texas and Arkansas.