Men's Basketball
MU Announces Extension With Good Karma Broadcasting

Marquette fans are excited about the return of 540 ESPN as the flagship station.

Marquette fans are excited about the return of 540 ESPN as the flagship station.

Aug. 2, 2013

The Marquette University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics announced today it has finalized a multi-year extension to its radio agreement with Good Karma Broadcasting.

The agreement, which will run through the 2014-15 campaign, was brokered by Nelligan Sports Marketing (NSM), Marquette’s multimedia rights holder.

“We are so proud to continue our association with Marquette University, its Athletic Department, and Nelligan Sports Properties,” Good Karma President/CEO Craig Karmazin said. “Marquette Basketball stands for excellence both on and off the court and we are proud to continue bringing this exciting content to the team’s passionate fans.”

Good Karma has served as the flagship station for Marquette men’s basketball games since 2006-07 and the new agreement ensures fans will continue to hear all the Golden Eagle action on WAUK-AM (540), WTLX-FM (100.5) and WTJK-AM (1380).

“Good Karma has been a great partner to Marquette and we’re pleased to continue our relationship” said Mike Broeker, Deputy Athletic Director. “Craig and his group have provided outstanding coverage for our men’s basketball program, and are deeply vested in our growth. We look forward to working together to enhance our partnership.”

About Marquette
Marquette University is a Catholic, Jesuit university dedicated to serving God by serving our students and contributing to the advancement of knowledge. Our mission, therefore, is the search for truth, the discovery and sharing of knowledge, the fostering of personal and professional excellence, the promotion of a life of faith, and the development of leadership expressed in service to others. All this we pursue for the greater glory of God and the common benefit of the human community.

About Good Karma
Good Karma Broadcasting (GKB) was founded by Craig Karmazin in 1997. Since its inception, GKB has added eight more stations, mostly ESPN affiliates to its roster, including nine stations in the Top 100 markets. What began as a broadcasting and radio group has now turned into a sports marketing enterprise, fueled by the desire to “do things differently” and offer customized solutions for all of GKB’s marketing partnerships. GKB's customized solutions have ranged from athlete endorsements to private events throughout the country, and GKB prides itself on its focus on long-lasting relationships with its partners. For more information about Good Karma Broadcasting, please visit www.gkbsports.com.


 

 

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