Bring Me the News reports that The Minnesota Vikings have signed a five-year extension with KFAN to keep them as their flagship radio station through 2024. The 2020 season will be KFAN’s 20th consecutive year covering the Vikings. The agreements will keep “game-day coverage in addition to radio shows co-produced by the Vikings and KFAN that air on 100.3 FM as well as being available in on-demand form on Vikings.com.”
Vikings Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Steve LaCroix called the broadcast team of Paul Allen, Pete Bercich, Greg Coleman, and Ben Leber the “best radio broadcast team in the NFL.” While iHeartMedia Minneapolis President Jeff Tyler said the relationship between the Vikings and KFAN means that the station is “…dedicated to innovation and excellence which makes this partnership so unique and valuable.”
The Vikings’ Radio Network has 33 stations in Minnesota, nine in North Dakota, six in South Dakota, and four in Wisconsin.