While the Los Angeles Dodgers are in the first year of their 20-year, $3 billion television rights deal with Time Warner Cable that launched SportsNet LA, there was work to be done regarding their radio broadcasts.
On Tuesday, the Dodgers announced the signing of a new multi-year deal with AM 570 for the station to continue serving as the exclusive radio broadcaster of Dodger games. As has been the case in recent years, Vin Scully will call the first three and final three innings of home games and those he attends on the road.
Charlie Steiner and Rick Monday will handle other broadcast responsibilities and the trio of Kevin Kennedy, David Vassegh and Jorge Jarrin return as hosts of DodgerTalk. The new deal also includes the Dodgers owning a stake in the company.
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