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Chicago Cubs Announce Affiliate Station Guide for 2015 TV and Radio Broadcasts

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kid-watching-tvWe’ve been tracking the deals as they’ve been struck, but the Chicago Cubs have dropped the full set on us: every station in the Cubs’ blackout region that will be carrying WGN-9 and ABC-7 games this year (the rest of the games are on CSN Chicago, which is theoretically available to just about everyone in the blackout region – most of Illinois, Iowa, and Indiana, and a little of southern Wisconsin).


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If you’re in that region, here are the stations in your area that will be carrying at least some of the WGN/ABC games:

tv stations 2015The Cubs also have a guide for exactly what games will be carried on which stations, which you can see here.

As for radio, CBS/WBBM is the new home for Cubs games (780-AM in Chicago), but the games will be syndicated to a radio network all over the region. If you’re looking for a local radio station that might carry Cubs games, here’s your list of affiliates.


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And, of course, for anyone not in the Cubs’ blackout region, you can get the Cubs’ games via MLB.tv. I am a happy user of MLB.tv, myself, and when you buy it via that link, a portion of the price goes to BN. Everybody wins!


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Brett Taylor

Brett Taylor is the Editor and Lead Writer at Bleacher Nation, and you can find him on Twitter at @BleacherNation.