The 2012 NCAA Tournament on the Westwood One Radio Network!


Westwood One is proud to once again present exclusive coverage of all 67 games of the 2012 NCAA Tournament on the Westwood One / NCAA Radio Network — and there are more ways to listen this year than ever before.

Find an affiliate station near you using our Station Finder. Click here for our schedule of broadcasts across the Westwood One / Westwood One / NCAA Radio Network.

You can also listen to every game individually on SiriusXM Satellite Radio, online or on your mobile device for free. Click here for the schedule of games that you can listen to in their entirety.

Each and every game can be heard right here on — CLICK HERE to launch the player, which gives you the option of listening to one game of your choice or our exclusive “Mixed Feed” where we’ll bring you the best action going on at any given time. You won’t miss a single signature moment from this year’s Big Dance.

You can also listen online by clicking over to Launch “March Madness Live,” pick your game and then click on the antenna icon to listen to our radio broadcast. will also stream every game for free. Click here.

If you’re on the move and don’t want to miss a second of the action, you also have multiple ways to listen on your mobile device.

NCAA March Madness Live is available as an app for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices. The iPhone/iPad version is here, while the Android app can be found here. Another easy way to the get the NCAA March Madness Live app is to call **NCAA from your phone — that’s **6222 — and the app will download automatically. Note: an upgrade fee is required to watch live TV coverage of the games, but the radio broadcasts are completely free.

Slacker Radio will also have every game streamed in its mobile app for free as well. iPhone/iPad users can find it here, while Android users can get it here.

Thanks for listening… and ENJOY THE MADNESS!

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