2014 Football Radio, Multimedia Plan

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The Trojan Family will be engulfed in radio and multimedia coverage this football season as USC has extended its pre- and post-game shows on ESPNLA 710, and inside the Coliseum.

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Jackson-JJ-CO-McG.jpgUSC football game broadcasts will continue to be on ESPN Radio, but coverage now begins four hours before kickoff and extends two hours after the final whistle.  The first two hours of pre-game will be hosted by the play-by-play voice of the Trojans Pete Arbogast alongside Steve Mason and Harvey Hyde.  Then, Mason and John Jackson will take over the America's Tire Stage outside the Coliseum peristyle, and Jordan Moore will report from inside the stadium as we lead you all the way to kickoff.

Once the game begins, Arbogast will be on the call for his 20th season, and Jackson, a former USC Academic All-American and two-sport star, is back as the color commentator.  Moore will be on the sideline again for interviews and updates.

After the game and the locker room report, former USC women's volleyball player Kelli Tennant and 2004 All-American DL Shaun Cody will take over the America's Tire Stage outside the Coliseum peristyle for the post-game show which will end two hours after the game.  Fans are invited to wait out the traffic and enjoy the show, which will include live interviews and analysis.

USC men's basketball play-by-play announcer Chris Fisher will fill in for Tennant when she has broadcasting conflicts, while Ron Pivo will substitute on the pre-game show for Arbogast during road games.  Outside of the traveling broadcasters, the pre- and post-game shows will originate from the ESPNLA studios.

Fans attending the Coliseum will want to get in their seats early as our exclusive TunnelVision pre-game show is now broadcast live on the video board starting one hour before kickoff as well as on  The on-field show is hosted by Katie Boggs and Danny Page who will be joined by a rotating cast of national champions including Cody, Lawrence Jackson and Thomas Williams.

Outside of game day, two USC radio shows return in 2014.  Trojans Live hosted by Moore and Jackson on KFWB 980, which is now an all-sports station, will be broadcast live from The Lab gastropub across Figueroa from USC every Tuesday night at 6 p.m. and be streamed live on, and  And finally on Sunday mornings, Arbogast and Hyde will breakdown the previous day's game on Trojan Brunch, a two-hour show on ESPNLA 710. All USC broadcasts can also be heard via the TuneIn app.

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