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Braves, Dickey Broadcasting Company renew radio rightsholder partnership for 10 years

Dickey Broadcasting Company to also relocate offices and studios to The Battery Atlanta

Nov. 4, 2016

ATLANTA -- The Atlanta Braves and Dickey Broadcasting Company have announced an unprecedented 10-year extension for Dickey Broadcasting Company to remain the exclusive radio rightsholder for Braves baseball through 2026. In addition, Dickey Broadcasting will also move its studios and offices to The Battery Atlanta, leasing loft office space on the fourth floor, overlooking the plaza and next to the Coca-Cola Roxy Theater in the new mixed-use development adjacent to SunTrust Park.

Dickey Broadcasting Company, which became the Braves exclusive radio rightsholder in 2010, will carry all 162 regular season games on its two Atlanta flagship radio stations, 680-AM and 93.7-FM. They will also continue to manage the expanding Braves Radio Network -- the largest sports radio network in the U.S., covering well over 100 radio stations throughout the Southeast.

"Our relationship with Dickey Broadcasting Company is an extremely important part of our team, and they are the best in the business," said Derek Schiller, Braves president, business. "This agreement ensures our fans throughout the South -- and beyond -- will be able to follow Braves baseball wherever they go and know they are receiving the highest quality radio broadcasts anywhere in professional sports. We are also proud to have their team of professionals relocating next to SunTrust Park, which further showcases the success of The Battery Atlanta."

In addition to its new offices, Dickey Broadcasting will have a significant presence at The Battery Atlanta on game days, with "680 The Fan's Game Day" pregame show and "Atlanta Braves Wrap-Up" postgame show broadcast live adjacent to the Terrapin Taproom.

"This extension represents a new era for our relationship with one of the most storied franchises in professional sports," said David Dickey, president of Dickey Broadcasting Company. "We've long been proud partners of the Atlanta Braves, and now we're excited that we can call them our neighbors at The Battery Atlanta. From expanded coverage opportunities to exclusive programming, we'll be able to share the best stories from the team to all of Braves Country."

In addition to broadcasting all regular season and postseason games, 680 The Fan will offer many other programs in support of Braves baseball, including:

FM Simulcast Partner

  • All game-day broadcasts will also be heard on FM simulcast partner 106.7 FM

Spring Training

  • All Spring Training games will be aired locally in Atlanta on a combination of 680-AM/93.7-FM, 1230-AM/106.3-FM and 1340-AM/103.7-FM
  • Each week during Spring Training, a different 680 The Fan show will broadcast live from Orlando for the entire week and will feature interviews with Braves players, manager and general manager
  • Live reports and updates throughout Spring Training from Ben Ingram and Kevin McAlpin

"Atlanta Braves Today"

  • Airs daily at 7:45 to 8:00 a.m. ET on "The Rude Awakening" from Spring Training through the end of the season with reports from Atlanta Braves Radio Network reporter Kevin McAlpin.

"680 The Fan's Game Day"

  • During the regular season and postseason, the "Chuck and Chernoff" show hosts a 30-minute pregame show with reports from Atlanta Braves Leadoff Host Chris Dimino before each weekday home game.

"Atlanta Braves Wrap-up Show"

  • During the regular season and postseason, Ben Ingram and Atlanta Braves Radio Network reporter Kevin McAlpin host an hour-long postgame show.

"Atlanta Braves Clubhouse Report"

  • All season long, Ben Ingram hosts this program every Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. ET.

"680 The Fan's Winter Meetings Coverage"

  • During Major League Baseball's Winter Meetings, 680 The Fan will provide extensive coverage and live reports from Ben Ingram and Kevin McAlpin for various shows.

About the Atlanta Braves
The Atlanta Braves are the National League's winningest franchise since 1991. During that time, Braves teams have earned two National League Wild Cards, 15 division championships, five National League pennants and a World Series title. Based in Atlanta since 1966, the Braves franchise is the longest continuously operating franchise in Major League Baseball. Follow the Braves at, and

About SunTrust Park and The Battery Atlanta
SunTrust Park, the new 41,500-seat home of the Atlanta Braves, is being developed by the organization in partnership with the Cobb-Marietta Coliseum and Exhibit Hall Authority and will be completed by Opening Day 2017. Located in Atlanta at the intersection of I-75 and I-285 in the bustling Cumberland CID, SunTrust Park will flow directly into The Battery Atlanta, a 1.5-million-square-foot mixed-use development, featuring boutique shopping, chef-driven restaurants, an Omni Hotel, The Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre, 550 residences and One Ballpark Center, Comcast's regional office headquarters. Powered by Comcast's all-fiber network and delivering multi-terabit capabilities, SunTrust Park and The Battery Atlanta will have the highest-capacity network serving any stadium and mixed-use development in the nation. The Battery Atlanta is being privately developed by the Braves along with retail partner Fuqua Development, office developer Pope & Land Enterprises and Pollack Shores Real Estate. Visitors can get a sneak peek of SunTrust Park and The Battery Atlanta at or

About Dickey Broadcasting Company
Dickey Broadcasting Company has been based in Atlanta for the past 24 years. The company has owned and operated radio stations for over 50 years and is credited with launching sports-talk in Atlanta over 20 years ago. Dickey Broadcasting Company is associated with other Atlanta-based media company Modern Luxury Media.

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