Titans Radio

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<br></td></tr></tbody></table>As fans across the mid south celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Titans’ franchise, they can follow every snap with the Titans Radio team. Mike Keith, Frank Wycheck and Larry Stone will be there for every play along the way.

Keith, the first “Voice of the Titans,” has spent the first 11 seasons of Titans football not only calling a multitude of exciting moments, but serving as the team’s ambassador across the region. Keith began last year in a familiar place: Tennessee’s Sportscaster of the Year, an honor he’s taken home three consecutive years.

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<br>Mike Keith<br></td></tr></tbody></table>Keith and Stone’s presence with the NFL dates back to the 1997 season when Stone became executive producer and gameday host. A finalist for the Tennessee Sportscaster of the Year award in 2008, Stone helps craft a sports broadcast like none other on radio, leading the network to multiple awards for the network pregame and the network website, www.titansradio.com.

Though just four years into his tenure in the Titans Radio broadcast booth, Wycheck stands as one of the pillars of the Titans’ first 11 years in the mid south. The skills that made him one of Steve McNair’s favorite targets now make him a fan favorite on the radio, telling fans how and why each play occurs.

The award-winning Titans Radio team also includes Cody Allison, beginning his 11th season as sideline reporter, spotter Jon Justice, who also works the Titans locker room after each game, as well as producers David Reed and Jonathan Hutton, products of the Titans Radio internship program.

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<br>Frank Wycheck<br></td></tr></tbody></table>One hour before the game...the award-winning play-by-play...locker room access postgame no one else has...the mid south’s exclusive chance to talk with Coach Fisher Tuesday night...daily updates from Mike Keith and Larry Stone. For 11-plus seasons, fans across the region have depended on Titans Radio for complete Titans coverage.

With more than 80 stations across the NFL’s largest radio network, you are never far away from complete Titans coverage on Titans Radio. Complete coverage of your Tennessee Titans from the mid south’s most-recognized team – as the second decade begins. This is Titans Radio.

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