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Partnership with Univision Arizona brings first live TV broadcast of Arizona Cardinals preseason games on UniMás Arizona.


The Arizona Cardinals and Univision Arizona today announced a partnership renewal for the 2016-2017 NFL season. As part of the three-year partnership, Univision Arizona will live broadcast the team's four preseason games and 16 regular season games via Latino Mix KQMR 100.3FM and KHOV 105.3 FM. New for this year, live TV broadcasts of two preseason games will air on UniMás Arizona in Phoenix on KFPH UniMás 35 and Tucson on KFTU UniMás 25.

The Arizona Cardinals en Español team, made up of Univision Arizona's sports anchor Felipe Corral and radio personality Edgar Zambrano, will broadcast the first two preseason games against the Raiders and Chargers on UniMás with simultaneous radio broadcast on August 12 and 19, respectively.

Throughout the full season, Univision Arizona will broadcast all games live on Latino Mix KQMR 100.3FM and KHOV 105.3 FM, complete with analysis and commentary provided by the Arizona Cardinals en Español team, Ronaldo Cantu, a former Cardinals NFL player, and Gabriel Trujillo, the "Official Voice in Spanish of the Arizona Cardinals."

"Univision has been a tremendous partner in the past and adding this television component to their robust radio and online Cardinals coverage is even more exciting," said Cardinals President Michael Bidwill. "We are so grateful for Univision's support and commitment to bringing quality Cardinals content to as large and broad an audience as possible."

"This partnership will allow the Cardinals games to be broadcast in Phoenix and Tucson on UniMás for the first time ever and on radio in Phoenix. The expanded coverage of the games speaks to our commitment to delivering the best sports coverage to Arizona fans and families who we know are looking forward to a great season ahead," said Roberto Yañez, vice president and general manager of Univision Arizona.

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