By David Pavlak
The Trenton Titans are back, and are ready to begin another exciting season of hockey in the Sun National Bank Center. After a four-year hiatus, the Titans are returning to the ice to attempt to bring home another Kelly Cup, and all the action can be found on our local radio station, 107.7 The Bronc WRRC.
The Titans and 107.7 The Bronc announced their partnership this Wednesday with a press conference located outside the radio station.
“With the Titans returning to Trenton, we certainly have to return to the radio,” Jed Weisberger said.
Weisberger, who is the director of Media Relations and Broadcasting for the Titans, was among the front office members of the club who spoke about the broadcasting partnership.
“We feel very happy and very privileged to form a partnership,” Weisberger said. “We are looking forward to a terrific set of broadcasts from 107.7 The Bronc and we are proud to have them as our partner.”
The Broncs general manager, John Mozes, is excited for the opportunity to broadcast the Titans over the Bronc airwaves.
“107.7 The Bronc at Rider University is a community radio station,” Mozes said. “Not just the Rider community, but the Lawrenceville and Mercer County communities. We have discovered that to be a part of the local community radio here in Mercer County is to really embrace our sports teams. In 2008, we began to broadcast Trenton Thunder baseball. Since then, we have partnered with Progressive Broadcasting Company in Levittown, PA, which is WBCB where we broadcast Mercer County high school sports. We also broadcast Rider Bronc basketball and we did Trenton Steel football this past spring. Today we are very happy to announce that we are the broadcast home for Trenton Titans ECHL hockey.”
107.7 The Bronc will broadcast all 72 regular season games over both the airwaves and their website. In addition to the regular season, 107.7 will broadcast all playoff games and the Kelly Cup championship game.
The first game will be Sat, Oct. 22 at 7 pm.