Historic Radio broadcast announced for the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019

Mar 10, 2019

LOS ANGELES: For the first time in broadcast history, the FIFA Women's World Cup will be broadcast live on US Radio. In a collaborative effort between KWKW Radio Los Angeles and right holders Futbol de Primera, the FIFA Women's World Cup will air on Spanish Radio this summer.

The FIFA Women's World Cup takes place in France between June 7th and July 7th. The powerhouse USA Women's team enters the tournament as the number one ranked team in the world according to FIFA's most recent world rankings and as the defending champion.

Jim Kalmenson, President of KWKW radio Los Angeles remarked, it is extra special that Spanish Radio is leading the way with this landmark recognition of women's sports and the US Women's National team. I thank Andres Cantor and Alex Gutman of FDP for their commitment to this effort and their forward thinking. We are pleased to see strong growing interest from both fans and sponsors.

Alex Gutman commented: As pioneers in the world of soccer broadcasting we are happy to be able to grow the awareness of Women's soccer in the Hispanic community through this landmark broadcast.

KWKW is the largest and first all Sports Spanish Radio Station in the USA. KWKW also holds the rights to the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Rams and the LA Galaxy. It is LA's first Spanish radio station and has been under the continuous ownership of Lotus Communications since 1962.

FDP's programming is carried in more than 100 affiliates, making FDP Radio the leading Hispanic radio network in terms of reach, and exclusive content with the best national ratings. Futbol de Primera is the longest, most established broadcaster for International Soccer in the USA and will broadcast its fifth FIFA World Cup in 2022. This summer, FDP will also air CONCACAF's Gold Cup and continues to be the exclusive radio partner in Spanish of the Mexican National Team. (PRN)

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