L.A. Rams Sign Multi-Year Partnership with KCBS

By Kevin Eck 

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Los Angeles’ new NFL team has a local TV broadcast home for its pre season games after signing a multi-year deal with KCBS.

The CBS-owned station will broadcast all the English-language Rams preseason games except for the ones showing on the NFL’s national partners. KCBS will also produce and broadcast a weekly thirty-minute show with Rams head coach Jeff Fisher and sports anchor Jim Hill.

“Everyone at CBS 2 is thrilled to have the opportunity to play a role in welcoming the Rams back to Los Angeles,” said KCBS president and GM Steve Mauldin. “We look forward to helping the team to connect with local communities across Southern California, not only through our preseason game broadcasts, but also by providing comprehensive daily coverage of the Rams in our newscasts and supporting the team’s community outreach programs.”

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