Houston Astros Radio Network
|Type||Sports radio network|
|Availability||National, through regional affiliates and satellite radio|
|Colt .45s Baseball Network (1962–1965)|
|Astros Radio Network|
The Houston Astros Radio Network is an American broadcast network of radio affiliates in operation since 1962 that broadcast coverage of the Houston Astros before, during, and after that team's games. Radio content is broadcast in both the English and Spanish languages. It consists of 26 stations (and 4 broadcast relay stations) that span across three states with its English flagship station as KBME and its Spanish flagship station as K231CE (an FM translator fed by an HD Radio signal of KODA), both in Houston. In addition to its affiliates, Houston Astros Radio Network content can be listened to on satellite radio via Sirius XM Radio and online using both MLB.tv and Sirius XM Internet Radio.
Current affiliate stations
Former affiliate stations
|KBUC-FM||107.5||FM||San Antonio, Texas||San Antonio||Spanish|
- Barron, David (February 13, 2013). "Ashby, Ford to headline Astros' revamped broadcasting team". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved December 1, 2013.
- Ortiz, José de Jesús (August 26, 2013). "Astros Spanish broadcast team hits the road". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved December 1, 2013.