We’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).
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:
The 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.
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!