"Knowing IMG's professionalism and commitment to college sports, we look forward in joining them to deliver WVU games and coaches shows to the best and most loyal fans on earth," Spencer said.
The four new affiliates join Fairmont-based WRLF-FM and WTCS-AM, and WMTD-FM, which broadcasts in the Hinton and Beckley markets, in IMG's Mountaineer radio network.
IMG announced last week that it plans to add four hours to MSN Radio gameday broadcasts. The pre-game show will last three-and-a-half hours while the post-game show will last two hours.
In recent years, Mountaineer Sports Network game day broadcasts, produced by West Virginia Radio Corp., included a one-hour pre-game show, and half-hour post-game show.
West Virginia Radio Corp. also produced its own two-hour pre-game and 90-minute post-game shows that were separate and aired before and after Mountaineer Sports Network programs, though MSN affiliates could opt out of those broadcasts.
It still remains unclear if West Virginia Radio will participate in the new IMG network.
While it announced new affiliates Tuesday, IMG has yet to name a broadcast team for the radio programs.
The company had made an "aggressive" offer to long-time WVU play-by-play man Tony Caridi, but Caridi, who is employed at West Virginia Radio's Pikewood Creative advertising arm, has yet to announce whether he will join the IMG team.
IMG said Tuesday the details on its radio play-by-play and color commentary team will be announced in the future.
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