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North Dakota State athletics signs new media deals

The North Dakota State athletics department reached deals with three different media groups to continue providing coverage through the 2018-19 athletic seasons, according to a press release Wednesday.Bison football remains with KVLY-TV and all NB...

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The North Dakota State athletics department reached deals with three different media groups to continue providing coverage through the 2018-19 athletic seasons, according to a press release Wednesday.
Bison football remains with KVLY-TV and all NBC affiliates in North Dakota, a deal worth $1.2 million over three years. All KVLY-produced games will also be provided to ESPN3 for national coverage, and the Bison football show will continue to air live statewide at 9:30 a.m. on Sundays.
NDSU men’s and women’s basketball will be picked up by Midco Sports Network, which will air all non-conference home games for both teams along with as many Summit League home games as permitted outside of the conferences existing broadcast agreement with MidcoSN. All televised basketball games will also be provided to ESPN3.
A new Bison Basketball Show will also air during next season.
All NDSU radio coverage also shifts to Radio FM Media, but the Bison Radio Network affiliate in Dickinson - KLTC-AM 1460 - remains unchanged.

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