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LOCAL TELEVISION

FOX Sports West continues its long-standing tradition of telecasting the Los Angeles Kings – which began in 1985 – by providing the most coverage of the Kings on television during the 2014-15 season. Telecast coverage on FOX Sports West features Bob Miller in his 42nd season as the TV “Voice of the Kings.”  Former Kings forward, Jim Fox, is in his 25th season as the club’s color commentator.   

 “Kings Live” returns prior to and immediately following all home games - from outside STAPLES Center - and road telecasts on FOX Sports West. Patrick O’Neal again serves as host, sitting alongside Daryl Evans for all road telecasts, while former Kings defenseman Sean O’Donnell is back for his second season on “Kings Live." Fox also joins the pre- and post-game to offer viewers additional analysis. In addition, Jon Rosen offers updates and reports before and after each game on the road, while Alex Curry delivers interviews and reports surrounding all home telecasts. Connected, original, fast-paced and fun, the half-hour program brings fans closer to the team with player and coach interviews, game analysis and much more.

Returning every Thursday night throughout the regular season on FOX Sports West, “Kings Weekly” will again take fans inside the Kings organization. Hosted by Curry, “Kings Weekly” goes behind the scenes with player interviews, exclusive features and unmatched access to the team. 

In addition to the Kings, FOX Sports West is the home of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and CIF Southern Section high school athletics. Team-specific and locally-produced “Live” and original programming concepts also air on FOX Sports West.

One of the nation’s premier sports networks, FOX Sports West provides 24-hour sports programming to more than 6.0 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 regional sports news, provocative opinions, telecast schedules and updated statistics, visit FOXSportsWest.com and follow along on Twitter: @FoxSportsWest, Facebook: Facebook.com/foxsportswest and Instagram: @FoxSportsWest.

Bob Miller
Jim Fox

All-Time Kings Broadcasters

Telecast coverage on FOX Sports West features Bob Miller in his 37th season as the "Voice of the Kings" while analyst, and former King, Jim Fox accompanies him for a 20th season in the booth.

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.

NATIONAL TELEVISION

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.

RADIO


Nick Nickson
Daryl Evans
One of the National Hockey League’s most extensive and established radio networks, the Kings Radio Network -- anchored by flagship radio station TalkRadio 790 KABC – takes exciting Kings action to the outer reaches of Southern California and beyond.

The Kings enjoy a partnership with TalkRadio 790 KABC (a Cumulus Media property) to serve as the club’s flagship station.  Pre-season, regular and postseason games can be heard on the Kings flagship with play-by-play announcer Nick Nickson and color commentator Daryl Evans calling the action.  Some affiliates may not carry all games (contact your local listing and/or affiliate for their broadcast schedule).

All games are also streamed live at www.kabc.com.

About TalkRadio 790 KABC
TalkRadio 790 KABC was America’s first all-talk-formatted station in 1960 and continues in the format to this very day.  TalkRadio 790 KABC is online at www.kabc.com

SATELLITE

Skyview Networks serves as the official radio network provider of the LA Kings.

Skyview Networks focuses on broadcast network solutions for play-by-play sports, news and syndicated radio. Currently, Skyview provides the broadcast services for over 60 professional and over 60 collegiate sports organizations, and effective January 1, 2015, ABC Radio.

Skyview’s services include satellite distribution, full network automation, affiliate relations, inventory management systems and national audio sales with advertising solutions for radio, television, print, signage and web. For more information, visit skyviewnetworks.com.