WBIG named DC home for Ravens

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WBIGCCME’s Classic Rock WBIG-FM has been named the official Washington, D.C. broadcast home of the two-time Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens. Beginning this year, D.C. listeners will hear all regular season Ravens games. Ravens President Dick Cass and wide receiver Torrey Smith joined WBIG’s Afternoon Host Skyy 1/27 to make the announcement.


“We’re pleased to bring the games to so many Ravens fans in the suburbs of Maryland and Virginia,” said Dennis Lamme, President and Market Manager, Washington D.C./Baltimore. “The Ravens have a strong fan base in the greater D.C. area.”

“This is a terrific partnership for the Ravens,” said Cass.  “The power of WBIG’s signal, along with its digital platforms, will go a long way in bringing the Ravens’ games to D.C., many Maryland suburbs and Northern Virginia.  We’re excited about this relationship.”

 


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  1. This is an abomination, THIS IS REDSKINS TERRITORY! Why would you put RAVENS games on the radio in DC & VIRGINIA??? Borderline disrespectful. You wouldnt put Eagles games on a station in western Pennsylvania would you? So why do this? It makes no sense

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