FOX Sports West is also the destination for "Kings Live." Originating live from Chick Hearn Plaza, outside STAPLES Center, "Kings Live" provides unmatched access to the Kings. As an extension of the game telecast, "Kings Live" is a 30-minute post-game show for all prime-time home Kings games on FOX Sports West. Led by FOX Sports West reporter Patrick O’Neal with added game and player analysis from Fox, "Kings Live" commentary, interviews and signature segments further connect fans to the team.
In addition to the Kings, FOX Sports West is the home of the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and Los Angeles Galaxy. Team-specific and locally-produced "Live" and original programming concepts air on FOX Sports West.
One of the nation’s premier sports networks, FOX Sports West provides 24-hour sports programming to more than 6.8 million subscribers in Southern California, Nevada and Hawaii. Together, FOX Sports West and sister network Prime Ticket present more live, local sports programming than any other network or broadcast system in the market. For complete national and regional sports news, provocative opinions, telecast schedules and updated statistics, log-on to www.foxsports.com.
Six networks - FS WEST, PRIME TICKET, CBC, TSN (HD), VERSUS and RDS - will combine to televise Kings games this season. The Kings will make their first appearance this season on National Television on Nov. 9 on TSN, VERSUS and RDS vs. the Chicago Blackhawks. On Dec. 17, the Kings-Flames game will be broadcast on TSN. The Kings - Canadiens game on March 6 will be broadcast on RDS and CBC.
One of the National Hockey League’s most extensive and established radio networks, the Kings Radio Network - spearheaded by flagship radio station KTLK AM 1150 (a Clear Channel Communications property) - takes exciting Kings action to the outer reaches of Southern California and beyond. (Listen Live)
The Kings are in the fourth season of a partnership with KTLK AM 1150 (a Clear Channel Communications property) to serve as the club’s flagship station. Preseason, regular and post-season games can be heard on the Kings flagship with radio play-by-play announcer Nick Nickson, in his 29th season with the organization and his 20th consecutive season as the radio "Voice of the Kings," and radio commentator and former Kings forward Daryl Evans, who is set for his 11th season as Nickson’s partner on KTLK AM 1150, calling the action. Some affiliates may not carry all games (contact your local listing and/or affiliate for their broadcast schedule), and some games on AM 1150 may conflict.
The Kings radio network consists of
KPTR (AM 1450) – Palm Springs
KHTS (AM 1220) – Santa Clarita
KLOA (AM 1240) – Ridgecrest
KMET (AM 1490) – Banning
KVTA (AM 1520) – Ventura
KOSS (AM 1380) – Palmdale
Evans and Nickson begin each broadcast with a 30-minute pre-game show. In addition, on KTLK AM 1150 they will continue their co-hosting roles on the popular "Kings Talk." Heard after every home game as well as all road games in Anaheim, "Kings Talk" allows hockey fans an opportunity to call Evans and Nickson with their questions and comments and have them answered on the air. To call Kings Talk, dial 877-KINGS08 (877-546-4708).
After each home game this year, check out LAKings.com as we will post a podcast of each Kings Talk.
AM570 KLAC, the sister-station of AM 1150, is the strongest and most respected sports station in the market. Talk Kings hockey with AM570’s lineup, which features local shows like Dan Patrick, Jim Rome, “The Loose Cannons” with Steve Hartman, Chris Myers & Vic “The Brick” Jacobs, Matt “Money” Smith and Petros Papadakis (PMS), Tony Bruno & JT “The Brick.” For details log on to www.am570radio.com. (Listen live).
Skyview Networks specializes in providing turnkey satellite distribution and walk-away automation of radio broadcasts for sports networks. Currently, Skyview handles the distribution for over 30 major league franchises - including the Kings - and four collegiate programs, and produces and distributes two state radio news networks.