Reds TV broadcasts to remain on Fox Sports Ohio


The Reds and Fox Sports Ohio announced Wednesday they will continue to be broadcast partners into the future.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Reds CEO and president Bob Castellini said via a team release FSO has been “a terrific TV partner” and the club is happy to continue its relationship with the company.

“We are confident in their ability to produce quality content and game broadcasts for Reds fans,” Castellini said.

Fox has broadcast Reds games since 1998, and Castellini said the new extension is “in line with today’s valuations, providing certainty that will help ensure the team will be competitve.”


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