Bronco Radio Network reaches more fans this season

contact: Mat Kanan
| WMU News
Photo of Robin Hook radio voice of the Broncos.

“Voice of the Broncos” Robin Hook returns for 29th season.

KALAMAZOO—Western Michigan University’s Bronco Radio Network will be reaching new audiences this sports season.

WKZO 96.5 FM, serving Kalamazoo and Portage, returns as the flagship station of the network for football, men’s basketball and hockey.

WVIC 94.1 FM returns as an affiliate station serving Battle Creek, Jackson, Lansing and mid-Michigan, and will carry football and men’s basketball for the third straight season.

New to the network, WBFX 101.3 FM will carry football and serves Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Holland and Big Rapids.

Serving Detroit, WDTW AM 1310 is also new and will carry football, as well as the daily “Bronco Update” feature Monday through Friday at 5:18 p.m.

WMAX 96.1 FM, an ESPN station in Grand Rapids, will continue to broadcast Bronco men’s basketball games.

WQLR AM 1660 in Kalamazoo will carry Bronco women’s basketball broadcasts starting in November.

Robin Hook returns for his 29th season as WMU football’s play-by-play broadcaster. He will be joined in the booth this season by former WMU football player John Creek of the 1988 MAC Champion team.