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ONE-ON-ONE SPORTS TO ADD A TEAMMATE -- SPORTS RADIO NETWORK
Published July 11, 1995
Chicago-based One-On-One Sports, Inc., has acquired SportsRadio Network of Las Vegas, boosting its sports talk affiliate base from 170 to more than 290 stations. SportsRadio stations switched to One-On-One programming June 29. Major market stations added to the One-On-One network include WCNN in Atlanta, KGU in Honolulu, WRVH in Richmond, and WPRO in Providence. One-On-One, which claims to be "the fastest-growing 24-hour sports radio network in the U.S.," began in '93 with the acquisition of the Sports Entertainment Network. Other One-On- One affiliates include WINZ in Miami, KFNS in St. Louis, WUBE in Cincinnati, KFXX in Portland, OR, and KHTK in Sacramento (One-On- One).