Starting with First Four in Dayton on Tuesday, March 19th and continuing through the Championship Game on Monday, April 8th, Westwood One Sports will once again provide exclusive play-by-play coverage of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament – and there are now more ways to listen than ever before!
CLICK HERE for the complete broadcast schedule.
In additional to hundreds of radio affiliates carrying the tournament nationwide, we’ve got you covered on satellite radio, online and on mobile devices.
For the second consecutive year, EVERY game will be available in its entirety streaming live right here on WestwoodOneSports.com — plus, at WestwoodOneSports.com, you can tune into our “mixed” feed, where we will jump around from arena to arena to make sure you’re always hearing the best game going on at that moment.
SiriusXM will also carry each of the 67 games live to its subscribers.
On the go? We’ve got you covered in a variety of ways!
- Every broadcast will stream live directly on the NCAA’s own March Madness app — and on NCAA.com/MarchMadness/
- You’ll also be able to hear every basket, bounce and buzzer-beater on Slacker – CLICK HERE
- TuneIn Radio also joins the basketball bonanza this year – CLICK HERE
Who will be the voices bringing you all of the action from the hardwood? CLICK HERE to learn more about the announcers calling the NCAA Tournament on Westwood One.
With Westwood One Sports, you don’t have to miss a second of the 2013 NCAA Tournament.
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