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Or Radio Nowhere, Pirate Radio, Radio Free Europe, On Your Radio and, of course, Mexican Radio.

Or maybe just Radio. Other suggestions?

Anyway, D.C. United is moving.....on the (English) radio dial. From 1160 AM (WMET) to 1050 AM (WFED), which is owned by the same company (Bonneville) that runs ratings powerhouse WTOP. What does it mean? A stronger signal, A 30-minute postgame show, and, for all Saturday matches beginning April 5, an hour-long pregame show. Tony Limarzi returns as the play-by-play announcer and Alex Caudana will handle studio duties.

With English and Spanish radio set, all that remains on the broadcast front is Comcast SportsNet's match schedule, which should be finalized soon.

By Steve Goff  |  February 21, 2008; 10:19 AM ET
Categories:  D.C. United  
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