|Athletics Communications - Radio Information|
The 2016 football season marks the ninth year of a partnership in which IMG College (formerly ISP) is serving as the exclusive national rights holder for Notre Dame football radio broadcasts. The Notre Dame-IMG College relationship began with the 2008 season and extends through the 2017 season, with IMG managing, producing and syndicating Notre Dame's national football radio network. Notre Dame football was the first team at either the professional or college level to have all of its games broadcast nationally on the radio. Additionally, the broadcasts are available to listeners on Sirius Satellite Radio and online at Sirius.com.
Visiting stations planning to originate from Notre Dame Stadium are issued credentials through the Athletics Communications Office following written confirmation of approval for the broadcast. Broadcast lines should be ordered through Carolyn Rush in the University Telecommunications office at (574) 631-7205.
The rights for live telecasts of Notre Dame home football games through 2025 belong to NBC Sports. Visiting stations should coordinate any and all television plans through John Heisler. Television stations planning coverage for news broadcasts are issued credentials following written approval for any filming and/or videotaping.
Fighting Irish Media (FIM) originates the Notre Dame Basketball Radio Network. Visiting radio stations should contact Alan Wasielewski prior to the contest. One standard analog (POTS) line and one ISDN line are available for visiting commercial stations. Student radio stations looking to broadcast a game should contact Wasielewski for information on obtaining broadcast lines. Additional broadcast lines should be ordered at least two weeks prior to the contest through University telecommunications coordinator Carolyn Rush at (574) 631-7205.
The radio rights to Notre Dame basketball games are owned by Notre Dame Sports Properties. Visiting radio stations planning to originate from Purcell Pavilion must contact Chris Masters, Associate Communications Director, at least 72 hours prior to each game in order to obtain approval for the broadcast and proper credentials. One standard analog (POTS) line and one ISDN line are available for use by visiting radio stations, with priority given to the flagship broadcast outlet. Additional broadcast lines should be ordered well in advance through University telecommunications coordinator Carolyn Rush at (574) 631-7205.
All Other Sports:
Radio stations wishing to broadcast any other varsity sport must contact the team's respective communications director at least two weeks in advance of the game in order to gain approval for and to obtain the proper credentials and lines of communication for the broadcast. Radio stations seeking to broadcast can reach the Notre Dame Athletics Communications Office at (574) 631-7516. All broadcast lines should be ordered through University telecommunications coordinator Carolyn Rush at (574) 631-7205.