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KTIK the New Home of Bronco Women's Basketball

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Chris King will provide play-by-play.

BOISE, Idaho (11/10/2011) - Boise State University's women's basketball team has a new home this season for all of its regular season games as Cumulus Radio (formerly Citadel Radio) has agreed to carry all 29 contests on The Ticket - KTIK (AM 1350). Cumulus currently holds the radio contract for Boise State sports with football and men's basketball games being carried on KTIK's sister station KBOI (AM 670). This year marks the 19th-consecutive season that the Bronco women have been broadcast live in southwestern Idaho.

The broadcasts will feature a new voice of Boise State women's basketball as Chris King takes over the play-by-play responsibilities for this year's campaign.  King is a 2009 graduate of Washington State University and began doing play-by-play while in college. Since his initial broadcast in 2006, he has been featured on over 150 televised basketball, football, baseball and volleyball games throughout western Washington via Comcast On Demand Varsity Sports out of Spokane, Wash.

King comes to Boise from Wenatchee, Wash., where he has worked since graduation for the Wenatchee Applesox Baseball Club as the communications director, as well as the play-by-play personality for the radio broadcasts. While there he also worked this past fall for Cherry Creek Radio as the play-by-play announcer for the Wenatchee High School football team and was the host of a weekly one-hour show called "This Week in Panther Sports." Overall, King brings six years of experience in sports media with him to Boise as he takes on this new role as the voice of the Broncos.