Compass details NCAA coverage; adds Texas Bowl


Compass Media Networks expands its coverage of play-by-play sports beyond football with the broadcast of NCAA men’s basketball, featuring a schedule of 13 regular-season high caliber match-ups as well as the opening rounds of the Big Ten Tournament.

“Our goal is to deliver the absolute best play-by-play programming on national radio for the benefit of our listeners, affiliates, and advertisers,” said Peter Kosann, CEO of Compass Media Networks. “Our roster of games, talent, and affiliates is second to none.”

In less than 10 months, Compass has become a major player in national sports – broadcasting NFL, NCAA Football, NCAA basketball. Unlike football, NCAA basketball has much fewer producers/distributors of games (Westwood One’s March Madness coverage is the only other provider)

The network of affiliates includes New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco, Washington D.C., Houston, Detroit

Broadcast talent includes Coach Steve Lappas, Former NBA All-Star Dennis Scott, National Sports Personality Matt “Money” Smith, Basketball Expert Jon Rothstein.
Compass Media Networks will broadcast 13 regular season contests as well as the opening two rounds of the Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament. All games feature top ranked teams, compelling matchups, and representation from the top conferences. Full slate of top ranked teams including Duke, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan State, Memphis, North Carolina and Purdue. Visit for schedule.