FOX Sports Ohio is the official television home of the Columbus Crew, bringing the Black & Gold to more than five million homes across Ohio, Kentucky, western Pennsylvania, western New York and West Virginia. FOX Sports Ohio is broadcasting 32 MLS regular-season matches throughout 2013, all in high-definition.
Calling all the Crew action on FOX Sports Ohio is Dwight Burgess, the original “Voice of the Crew,” with MLS veteran broadcaster Chris Doran providing the analysis. Joining them on home telecasts is sideline reporter and TheCrew.com Digital Host Ashleigh Ignelzi.
For more information fans should check out FOX Sports Ohio's digital home of the Crew.
*When the Crew and Cincinnati Reds play simultaneously, fans should check their main and alternate FOX Sports Ohio channels for the coverage of both games.
Clear Channel Columbus' News/Talk 610 WTVN AM is the Crew's English radio home. All 34 regular-season MLS games, as well as any MLS Cup Playoff contests, air on News/Talk 610 WTVN. 610 WTVN also airs a 15-minute pre-game show before every broadcast, along with a half-hour post-match show.
Neil Sika is in his seventh season as the primary radio play-by-play announcer for the Crew. Sika also provided play-by-play coverage for Ohio State Hockey from 2003-2008 and served in the same capacity for Ohio State baseball from 2004-05. Ohio State Men's Soccer Head Coach John Bluem continues his analyst work on all home broadcasts.
La Mega 103.1 FM is the Spanish radio home of the Crew. 2013 marks the tenth consecutive year that the Crew has aired its games in Spanish on Columbus radio. Carlos Cordova provides La Mega's play-by-play coverage, with Benny Pietrangelo working as an analyst alongside Juan Valladares on sideline duty.
Inside the Crew
Neil Sika and Jonathan “T-Bone” Smith co-host ESPN 1460’s Inside the Crew, presented by Medical Mutual. Smith, anchor of 97.1 FM The Fan’s Common Man and Company show joins Sika on the airwaves for the weekly Crew program that features match preview commentary, player interviews and insight about the Black & Gold every Saturday morning from 9:00-10:00 a.m. ET on the ESPN Columbus affiliate.