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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Dodgers ownership will take an equity stake in the AM radio station that broadcasts the team's games as part of a multi-year agreement renewing the station's broadcast rights.
The team said Tuesday it will also expand the programming content on KLAC-AM in partnership with iHeartMedia, which owns the station. The deal is subject to approval by Major League Baseball.
KLAC broadcasts regular-season games, select spring training games and postseason games.
Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully's call of the first three innings is simulcast on radio. Charley Steiner handles play-by-play and works with former Dodgers outfielder Rick Monday.
The station's signal covers all five counties in the Los Angeles area, and the Dodger Radio Network includes 22 stations across California and the nation.
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