Texas Tech Sports Network

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Texas Tech Sports Network
Type Radio network
Branding TTSN
Country United States
Availability AM/FM through local affiliates
Area New Mexico, Texas
Owner Learfield Communications, Inc.

Texas Tech Sports Network (TTSN) is a radio network in the United States dedicated to broadcasting live events and programming relating to the Texas Tech Red Raiders. It is operated by Red Raider Sports Properties, a property of Learfield Communications, Inc., which manages the multimedia rights for Texas Tech University. Texas Tech Sports Network's flagship stations are KTTU-FM, KJTV, and KXTQ-FM of Lubbock, Texas.[1]

During basketball and baseball season, the Texas Tech Sports Network also functions as a television network and produces men's and women's basketball games and baseball games that wouldn't be shown on regional television otherwise. The men's basketball games are typically simulcast by ESPN3.

Texas Tech Sports Network consists of over 40 affiliates, mainly of local radio affiliates within Texas, and eastern New Mexico. Some stations with local interest carry only football or basketball programming.[2]

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