The Chiefs have expanded their radio reach for the upcoming season, announcing Wednesday that the team had reached an agreement with WHB, 810 AM, for the station to broadcast all non-game programming.
The team's games will continue to be broadcast on KCFX-FM, which has been the Chiefs' flagship radio station for more than two decades.
Chiefs news conferences, shows and the second hour of the team’s postgame show will be broadcast on WHB.
“The Chiefs are one of the biggest and most important franchises in the entire country,” Chad Boeger, the president of WHB’s parent company, Union Broadcasting, said in a statement released by the team.
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The team’s weekly radio show, “Chiefs Kingdom,” will move from KCFX to WHB on Monday nights. The station also will air a weekly player’s show from the team’s headquarters.