All 162 regular season baseball games, some spring training games, and all postseason games are broadcast by the network, though not all affiliates distribute the entire slate. The games are transmitted to stations via C-Band satellite service on AMC-8.
When it was part of the Tribune Radio Network, the network's non-sports programming included the National Farm Report, a farm news feature hosted by Orion Samuelson; Samuelson Sez (a weekly commentary hosted by Samuelson); and Farming America, a farm news feature hosted by Steve Alexander (previously by Max Armstrong).
Beginning in the 2015 season, the Cubs' broadcast rights moved to CBS Radio, after Tribune declined to renew its longstanding broadcast rights (incoming Tribune CEO Peter Liguori is a New York Mets fan and does not think highly of the Cubs). The first season will be broadcast on WBBM & WCFS-FM; the flagship for 2016 depends on whether WSCR retains the rights to the crosstown rival Chicago White Sox, and WGN has indicated it will make a play for the White Sox broadcast rights. All of the Cubs' on-air personalities made the move from WGN to CBS.