NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Titans teamed up to support their flagship radio station, 104-5 the Zone and the Titans Radio Network in an luncheon event for their client, Husqvarna at Nissan Stadium this week.
"Cumulus Broadcasting in Nashville on 104-5 the Zone and across the Mid-South on our network of radio stations is thrilled with the partnership we have with the Titans," said Hunter Rice, Titans Radio Network, general sales manager. "We've been the Titans' radio partner since they moved to Tennessee and we plan to continue that partnership for years to come. Events like the one today for Husqvarna demonstrate the strength of our partnership and our ability to provide unique opportunities for sponsors and their customers."
Titans Radio brings fans the passion of Tennessee Titans football by combining excitement, experience, information, and professionalism into each broadcast. The appeal of the Titans and their radio broadcasts serves hundreds of thousands of fans each week and continues to grow among segments such as high-income households, females and the most web-savvy consumers. Additionally, Titans Radio is growing its share of voice through streaming and mobile players and additional weekly content.
"104-5 the Zone and Titans Radio are an intricate part of getting our message out across the entire Mid-South," said Brad McClanahan, Titans director of marketing. "We are happy to host their events at Nissan Stadium."
The Titans team up to support flagship radio station 104.5 the Zone and the Titans Radio Network at Nissan Stadium. (Photos: Lynne McCracken)
Tennessee's 11-time Sportscaster of the Year, "Voice of the Titans" Mike Keith, is the team's play-by-play announcer, while former Titans tight end Frank Wycheck provides color commentary during games.
Keith's connection with pro-football across the Mid-South dates back to 1996, a year before the Oilers arrived in Tennessee. Since becoming the "Voice of the Titans" in 1999, Keith has been recognized as one of the premier play-by-play announcers in professional sports as well as serving as the team's connection with its fans across the region.
Wycheck begins his ninth season as the Titans Radio's color analyst. The former three-time Pro Bowl tight end was one of the best players of his era. Wycheck was also known as one of the game's smartest players during his 11-year playing career and he shares that savvy in his comments each Sunday. Listeners feel like they are in the huddle based on the insight that Wycheck imparts.
The afternoon concluded with a tour of Nissan Stadium and Titans cheerleaders Haley and Travona were on hand to sign autographs and pose for pictures.
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