A word from Station Management

So if you wander around the radio dial looking for good sports talk, shame on you.  We proudly bring you the best quality programming every day here on Sportsradio Corpus Christi and don’t want you to ever leave.  However from time to time people check out what is out there and we understand. You probably know there recently was an ESPN radio affiliate up the dial on 1440.  Emphasis on the was.  Apparently they have decided there are greener pastures if they were the second political station in town.  Now in fairness, it appears they had their ESPN affiliation yanked by the Mother Ship. In fact, we had received notification they would try and do Fox Sports.  We’ve always loved the water temperature in the sports talk pool and have always extended a warm welcome to anyone who wants to come in. A couple have tried, but so far there’s only one left standing.  No one can ever foretell the future, but we’ve seen competitors come and go and we really try not to become just the flavor of the month.  KSIX started with sports in 2002 when we got ESPN (Which was actually pretty decent at the time).  During the day we had Dan Patrick, Tony Kornheiser, Jim Rome and Astros baseball. We did Islander basketball and The Spurs.  Over the years we have pretty much retained our flavor.  Rome is on a different network, Dan Patrick is on a different network but we found a way to keep them on. The Texans came online and we returned to the Rockets. And then there were the Aviators.  In that time, our neighbors down the dial have retooled their news format several times as well as tried ESPN and now whatever.  We are relatively certain there will be someone else trying ESPN Radio in the future here in Corpus Christi. History tells us “That dog won’t hunt”.  Good luck to them.  Meanwhile the Astros are heading to the playoffs, The Rockets were IN the playoffs, and the Texans are looking at another great year.
We’ve got ’em all. Thanks for you support and be sure and support our advertisers.  They make it all possible.

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