The Minnesota State High School League and its television partner KSTC-TV, Channel 45 have extended their agreement for the live broadcast of select state tournament events through 2021. In addition, the agreement expands the scope of live coverage of League state tournaments via free Web streaming. The new agreement also provides for KSTC-TV to expand marketing opportunities that will benefit both the League and the television station.(Full Story)

 

One of the Minnesota Wild's most effective new players has never even stepped on the ice. In fact, the best play of his career with the team took place during the off-season.

Stu Swartz, sports media consultant and former head of KMSP TV, has negotiated a five-year contract with KSTC TV to become the new broadcast home of the Minnesota Wild.
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(WITCHITA, KS) In an unprecedented partnership, the Kansas State High School Activities Association is joining with a contingency of television stations from across the state to promote high school activities and sports.

The new alliance, negotiated by sports media consultant Stu Swartz, includes KWCH/KSCW (Wichita), KCTV/KSMO (Kansas City), KTKA (Topeka), and KOAM/KFJK (Pittsburg). This station group will provide coverage of state tournament action in boys football and boys and girls basketball.
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