Indians-iHeartMedia Agree To New Contract

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CLEVELAND, OH- The Cleveland Indians and iHeartMedia Cleveland today announced a multi-year agreement for WTAM 1100 AM and WMMS 100.7 FM to continue as the “Flagship Home of the Cleveland Indians” through at least 2023. 

As part of the agreement, WTAM 1100 AM will air all regular season games and WMMS 100.7 FM will simulcast the majority of Cleveland Indians games.  iHeartMedia Cleveland will also air 15 live Spring Training games and will continue to distribute Tribe games to the entire Cleveland Clinic Indians Radio Network, which consists of 27 stations across Ohio and Western Pennsylvania.  The Indians and iHeartMedia Cleveland will continue to also provide non-game programming like weekly shows Tribe Talk and Hot Stove Weekly.

“The Cleveland Indians are thrilled to continue our 20-year partnership with iHeartMedia,” said Cleveland Indians Sr. Director of Communications Curtis Danburg.  “We are fortunate this partnership continues to provide our fans great access to Indians baseball on WTAM and WMMS for years to come.” 

“We are excited to extend our successful relationship with the Cleveland Indians,” said Keith Hotchkiss, President of the North Ohio Region for iHeartMedia.   “This multiyear agreement allows us to continue to deliver Cleveland Indians programming and coverage to millions of fans on WTAM and WMMS and throughout the country on iHeartRadio.”

iHeartMedia is the leading media outlet in the Cleveland region with multiple platforms, including its broadcast stations; live events; data; and its digital businesses and platforms, including mobile, social and its own iHeartRadio app, the leading all-in-one streaming music and live radio service – with more than 1.4 billion app downloads and 100 million registered users.

The Cleveland Indians Baseball Club, established in 1901 as one of the four Charter members of the American League, is an organization dedicated to creating memories, connecting generations and celebrating families. The Indians organization has provided superior customer service and entertainment to more than 50 million fans at Progressive Field since the gates opened in 1994.

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