Oregon Sports Network

The Oregon Sports Network (also known as "Oregon Sports Net" and "OSN") is a local sports network made up of radio stations and TV network NBC Sports Northwest. The channel is the official flagship for the University of Oregon's athletic program.[1] The network began in 1987 including radio (KUGN in Eugene). Coverage is often available as part of ESPN Plus.

OSN's programming airs on NBC Sports Northwest, and The O-Zone. Select games are simulcast on KLSR or KEVU for viewers that do not have access to NBC Sports Northwest.

Special shows featuring coaches of various UO sports air on CSN Northwest.

KEZI productions (1999-2008)

OSN used KEZI's sports broadcasters for production of the coaches' shows, featuring Mike Bellotti (former football head coach), Ernie Kent (men's basketball head coach) and Bev Smith (former women's basketball head coach).

References

  1. ^ "About the Oregon Sports Network". GoDucks.com - The University of Oregon Official Athletics Web Site. Retrieved March 25, 2009.

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2010 Rose Bowl

The 2010 Rose Bowl, the 96th edition of the annual game, was a college football bowl game played on Friday, January 1, 2010 at Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California. It featured the Ohio State Buckeyes against the Oregon Ducks. The Buckeyes won 26–17.Because of sponsorship by Citi, the first game in the 2010 edition of the Bowl Championship Series was officially titled the Rose Bowl Game presented by Citi. The contest was televised on ABC with a radio broadcast on ESPN Radio and XM Satellite Radio (Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden, and Shelley Smith), which began at 1:30 PM (PST) with kickoff at 2:10 PM (PST). The game was also broadcast on the Ohio State Sports Network WBNS 97.1 FM and Oregon Sports Network KUGN 590 AM. Ticket prices for all seats in the Rose Bowl were listed at $145.

The Rose Bowl Game was a contractual sell-out, with 64,500 tickets allocated to the participating teams and conferences. The remaining tickets went to the Tournament of Roses members, sponsors, City of Pasadena residents, and the general public.

This was the 22nd and final Rose Bowl televised by ABC. Corporate sibling ESPN took over coverage in 2011.This game was a separate BCS game from the National Championship Game, which the Pasadena Tournament of Roses also hosted. The 2010 Citi BCS National Championship Game was held on January 7 at 5:00 PM (PST).

Anthony Newman (American football)

Anthony Newman (born November 21, 1965 in Bellingham, Washington) is a retired American football safety for the NFL. Newman played for the Los Angeles Rams from 1988–1994, New Orleans Saints from 1995–1997, and the Oakland Raiders from 1998-1999. Out of high school he had the opportunity to play Major League Baseball, but chose instead to attend the University of Oregon.

Joey Harrington

John Joseph Harrington Jr. (born October 21, 1978) is a former American football quarterback. He was drafted by the Detroit Lions third overall in the 2002 NFL Draft, where he played for most of his professional career. He played college football at Oregon.

In addition to the Lions, Harrington played for the Miami Dolphins, Atlanta Falcons, and New Orleans Saints.

KCST-FM

KCST-FM (106.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an Adult Contemporary format. Licensed to Florence, Oregon, United States, the station serves the central Oregon Coast. The station is currently owned by Coast Broadcasting Co., Inc. and features programming from ABC Radio . The station also broadcasts local Siuslaw High School and Mapleton Junior/Senior High School sports. KCST is part of the Oregon Sports Network, airing Oregon Ducks Sports.

KEZI

KEZI, virtual and VHF digital channel 9, is an ABC-affiliated television station licensed to Eugene, Oregon, United States. Owned by Heartland Media, KEZI has studios on Chad Drive in Eugene and its transmitter is located on Coburg Ridge near Springfield.

KQIK (AM)

KQIK (1230 AM) was an American radio station licensed to serve the community of Lakeview, Oregon. The station, which began broadcasting in 1956, was owned by Joseph E. Kalisek.

KSCR (AM)

KSCR (1320 AM) is a radio station airing a soft adult contemporary format. Licensed to Eugene, Oregon, United States, the station serves the Eugene-Springfield area. The station, established in 1962, is owned by Cumulus Media. It has been granted a construction permit by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to change its transmitter site, decrease day power to 600 watts and night power to 40 watts.

KSKR-FM

KSKR-FM (100.9 FM) is an American radio station licensed to serve Sutherlin, Oregon, United States. The station, which began broadcasting in 1998, is currently owned by Brooke Communications, Inc.

KTIX

KTIX (1240 AM, "ESPN 1240") is a radio station licensed to serve Pendleton, Oregon, United States. The station, which began broadcasting as KWRC in May 1941, is currently owned by Randolph and Debra McKone's Elkhorn Media Group and the broadcast license is held by EMG2, LLC.

KUGN

KUGN (590 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station, owned by Cumulus Media and broadcasting a talk radio format. Licensed to the city of Eugene, Oregon, it serves the Eugene-Springfield media market. KUGN partners with local CBS television affiliate KVAL Channel 13 for breaking news and weather coverage. National news is supplied by Westwood One News, a subsidiary of Cumulus Media.

KUGN broadcasts with 5000 watts, around the clock. By day, the signal is non-directional. But at night, KUGN uses a directional antenna to protect other stations on 590 kHz. The transmitter is located in Eugene off North Game Farm Road and KUGN's studios and offices are on Executive Parkway.Listeners in the Springfield area can also receive KUGN programming on 102.9 MHz over K275AA, an FM translator. KUGN has a construction permit from the Federal Communications Commission to increase the translator's power to 250 watts from its current 35 watts. The improved power will cover Eugene, Springfield and the close-in suburbs.

KUIK

KUIK (1360 AM) is a radio station licensed to Hillsboro, Oregon. It is currently owned by Dolphin Radio LLC.

KURY (AM)

KURY (910 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Brookings, Oregon, United States. The station, established in 1958, is currently owned by Eureka Broadcasting Co., Inc.

KVAL-TV

KVAL-TV, virtual and VHF digital channel 13, is a CBS-affiliated television station licensed to Eugene, Oregon, United States. The station is owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, which also operates NBC affiliate KMTR (channel 16) under a shared services agreement with owner Roberts Media, LLC. KVAL's studios and transmitter are located on Blanton Road in Eugene. KMTR maintains separate facilities on International Court in Springfield; master control and some internal operations for KMTR are based at the KVAL studios.

KVAL reaches additional viewers in central and western Oregon via co-owned full-powered satellite stations KCBY-TV in Coos Bay (virtual and VHF digital channel 11) and KPIC in Roseburg (virtual channel 4, UHF digital channel 19).

NBC Sports Northwest

NBC Sports Northwest (originally Comcast SportsNet Northwest) is an American regional sports network that is owned by the NBC Sports Group unit of NBCUniversal, and operates as an affiliate of NBC Sports Regional Networks. The network broadcasts regional coverage of professional sports events throughout the Pacific Northwest, focusing primarily on the NBA's Portland Trail Blazers and college sports events involving the Oregon Ducks; the network also covers other sports events involving teams within the northwestern United States, including those featuring college and high school teams.The network is available on cable providers throughout Oregon and Washington. The network maintains business offices, master control operations and studio facilities located in Portland, Oregon; NBC Sports Northwest maintains a secondary studio in the Moda Center that is used for Trail Blazers game coverage.

Comcast rebranded CSN Northwest as NBC Sports Northwest on October 2, 2017.

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