Cubs renew radio broadcast contract with 670 The Score

Games will also be available for streaming in the Chicago area at Radio.com.

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Cubs radio broadcasts will remain on 670 The Score.

Cubs radio broadcasts will remain on 670 The Score.

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The Cubs and Entercom, owner of radio station 670 The Score (WSCR-AM) announced Friday they will continue their broadcast agreement.

WSCR has carried Cubs games since 2016.

Entercom will also manage the Cubs Radio Network, a group of 30 stations across the Midwest that will also carry the team’s games. Games will also stream in the Chicago area at Radio.com.

“I am beyond thrilled to be extending our partnership with the Cubs organization, establishing 670 The Score as home of Cubs Baseball for years to come,” said Rachel Williamson, Regional President and Market Manager, Entercom Chicago.

“Entercom and 670 The Score have been tremendous partners over the past five seasons and we look forward to our partnership continuing for years to come,” said Cubs president of business operations Crane Kenney. “The Score has produced some of the most memorable moments in Cubs history and perhaps more than in any other year, we look forward to soon hearing the familiar voices of Pat Hughes and Ron Coomer calling Cubs games on the Score.”

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