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Radio Call Now “Synched” to Television Broadcast

I always listen the radio guys instead of the TV guy who seem to talk about anything but the game…..
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In a first for Mountaineer fans, IMG College, the multimedia rights partner of West Virginia University, and AudioNow, the world’s leading call-to-listen platform, have announced a new way for listeners to connect to their favorite team. Through a simple mobile telephone call, fans can access live college football broadcasts on their phone and – for the first time through AudioMatch ™ — synchronize the local radio call to the telecast.

This weekend, and for the rest of this season, WVU fans can dial 712.432.6998 and listen to live broadcasts on the Mountaineer Sports Network from IMG. The service officially launches Saturday, October 19th when the Texas Tech Red Raiders visit the West Virginia University Mountaineers at Milan Puskar Stadium. Air time for the pre-game show on the Mountaineer Sports Network from IMG will be 8:30 a.m. (ET) with kickoff at Noon ET with Tony Caridi, broadcaster for the Mountaineers since 1997.

In addition, and through a new proprietary application from AudioNow, called AudioMatch ™, fans can match and synchronize the radio broadcast with the telecast to listen to their favorite radio voice while watching the action on TV. By using two telephone keypad buttons, fans can adjust the timing of the radio call to match what they see on TV. During the week, fans can call the number to listen to recorded Mountaineer football games, as well as live weekday coaches shows.

WVU is the third IMG College property to launch with AudioNow this season, joining the University of Florida and the University of Nebraska.

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