Crimson Tide Radio and Television Information
The Crimson Tide Sports Network (CTSN) will bring Alabama women's basketball to fans around the state by radio on the Crimson Tide Sports Network and to fans around the world, via the internet with a link through the Tide's official website RollTide.com.
The flagship station for women's basketball in Tuscaloosa is Tide 99.1 FM.
Roger Hoover returns for his second full season calling the action for CTSN.
Alabama's women's basketball broadcasts are produced by the Crimson Tide Sports Network, which is a joint venture between Learfield Communications of Jefferson City, Mo., and IMG College of Winston-Salem, N.C. CTSN is headquartered in Tuscaloosa with Jim Carabin as its general manager. CTSN sales executives include Brooks Blakey, Tom Brooks, Luke Holcomb, Tyler Keys and Chris Hand.
Gameday coverage of Alabama women's basketball begins five minutes before tipoff time. After each game, the crew visits with head coach Kristy Curry.
It's the greeting Alabama fans typically use to open the call: "Hey, Coach," and that's also the name of CTSN's weekly call-in show. From August through Dec. 3, "Hey, Coach," airs every Thursday night from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. CT. The show moves to Monday nights from 6 to 7:30 pm. CT beginning on Monday, December 7. Chris Stewart plays host to the show live at Bobís Victory Grille in Tuscaloosa. Coach Kristy Curry joins the show during the basketball season to answer questions from Alabama fans on the phone and at the restaurant.
Crimson Tide Today
Alabama fans keep up with all of the Tide's players and coaches each weekday on "Crimson Tide Today," a daily update on all University of Alabama athletic teams with Chris Stewart.
TideTV This Week
Alabama fans can see more of the Tide each week on CTSN's 30-minute weekly television show, "Crimson Tide This Week." Chris Stewart hosts this weekly look at all the Tide's teams, with emphasis on basketball from November through March. The show airs on CBS42 in Birmingham, WVUA in Tuscaloosa, WNCF-32 in Montgomery WAMY-8 in Huntsville and WJTC-44 in Mobile.