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RAIDERS MAY HAVE NO STADIUM, BUT THEY HAVE A NEW RADIO DEAL
Published April 3, 1995
KLSX-FM, the station that carries Howard Stern's nationally syndicated show, will replace KFI as the Raiders' flagship radio station. KLSX signed a multi-year deal with the team on Friday. Scott Nederlander, President of Nederlander Sports Marketing, who has sold the Raiders' radio-rights since '93: "KLSX has a bold, cutting-edge, forward-looking style that is so well suited to the dynamic nature of Raider football." Al LoCasale, the Raiders' exec assistant, said KLSX will carry a considerable amount of Raider promos not only surrounding games but also on weekdays. LoCasale said the Raiders become the seventh NFL team to have an exclusive flagship deal with an FM station. Nine others have an AM-FM combination deal (Larry Stewart, L.A. TIMES, 4/1).