Guide to Broadcasts

Quickly locate all broadcast options for Cincinnati games and shows on TV and radio plus online coverage including live statistics, webcasts, live audio and media coverage. View TV and radio affiliates for your Bearcats affiliates.

TV BROADCASTS & SHOWS:
Please consult your local listings and also view the latest broadcast information released by the UC Sports Communications Office. Each sport will have game previews available with the latest details. Tommy Tuberville and Mick Cronin each have their own TV shows during the season, broadcast every Thursday on FO Sports Ohio. All of these shows are archived in All-Access.

RADIO BROADCASTS & SHOWS:
700-WLW's 50,000 watt signal blankets the tri-state area and reaches parts of 38 states and Canada. WLW delivers Bearcats football and men's basketball games to fans and alumni throughout the listening area. Live Bearcats broadcasts are also available around the world on GoBEARCATS.com (see "Internet" below). WLW is also the flagship home for Tommy Tuberville & Mick Cronin's weekly radio shows.

INTERNET COVERAGE:
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Several options exist to follow the Bearcats online. Live video of select games is provided as premium content via Bearcats TV. Detailed live statistics are available for free at GoBEARCATS.com for all home games. For away game live statistics, please visit the official athletics website for the host institution. View the sport's schedule for links to GameTracker.

Live Video Coverage via Bearcats TV:
GoBEARCATS.com webcasts many press conferences, special events, men's and women's basketball, volleyball and lacrosse games in its All-Access area. The webcast consists of live video with audio overlay, when available. Please note that any game selected for a TV broadcast cannot be webcast on Bearcats TV due to exclusivity requirements (thus, football is usually excluded).

MEDIA COVERAGE:
Newspapers and magazines across the state tri-state area regularly cover the Bearcats. Nationally, ESPN, Sports Illustrated, CBS Sports, USA Today and FOX Sports provide coverage of the Bearcats on their respective websites.