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Phantoms add away radio broadcasts, announce television partnership with Armstrong cable

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - The Youngstown Phantoms have announced a pair of agreements that will greatly expand the club's broadcast presence throughout the Mahoning Valley.

The Phantoms and Cumulus Broadcasting, LLC of Youngstown have exercised an option to broadcast the team's remaining 23 regular season away games in addition to all home games on Sports Radio 1240 AM WBBW, The Home of the Phantoms. The broadcast agreement also includes any and all Phantoms' 2014 Clark Cup Playoff games.

Youngstown play-by-play broadcaster Bart Logan will have the solo call for all remaining away games, beginning this Saturday, Nov. 16 when the Phantoms take on the Muskegon Lumberjacks in Michigan, and can be heard on Sports Radio 1240. Phantoms color analyst Matthew Lipcsak will continue to join Logan for home game broadcasts on Sports Radio 1240.

The club also announced that it has come to terms with Armstrong Cable to televise replays of Phantoms home regular season and playoff games twice a week for the remainder of the season. Games will be replayed Tuesday and Thursday nights at 7:30 p.m. exclusively on Armstrong Cable channel 20/100.

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