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USA TODAY SKY RADIO TO AIR NCAA MEN'S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

 WASHINGTON, March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- USA TODAY Sky Radio announced today it will air live play-by-play coverage of the NCAA Men's Basketball Championships. Sports fans traveling on USA TODAY SportsRadio-equipped flights will hear uninterrupted March Madness action.
 Air travelers will be able to hear CBS Radio Sports' complete coverage of the NCAA Tournament. Live uninterrupted coverage begins March 20 and includes the Sweet Sixteen March 25-28 and the Final Four from New Orleans April 3 and 5. SportsRadio listeners will also be able to phone into CBS Radio's call-in shows "Selection Sunday" and "Eve of the Final Four" to discuss tournament bids and predict game outcomes with basketball coaches and notable sports personalities.
 USA TODAY SportsRadio, a service of USA TODAY Sky Radio is now available on United Airlines. Airborne sports fans will hear live play-by-play action, up-to-the-minute scores and the latest scoop on their favorite teams and players. Nights and weekends, USA TODAY SportsRadio also features select Major League Baseball, National Hockey League, NFL football and college football games. Between games, SportsRadio presents exclusive interviews with major sports figures and special features by USA TODAY and Baseball Weekly sportswriters. Seven days a week, around the clock, USA TODAY SportsRadio updates the latest scores, live, every 15 minutes.
 USA TODAY SportsRadio is being offered to all domestic U.S. airlines and is now available on many United Airlines flights. USA TODAY Sky Radio is the first live, satellite-delivered, in-flight, audio information service, featuring around-the-clock news, money, sports and weather reports.
 USA TODAY, Gannett Co., Inc.'s flagship newspaper founded in 1982, is the nation's only national, general-interest newspaper. Printed at 32 locations across the country, USA TODAY also prints its International Edition in Europe and Asia. The newspaper is available worldwide.
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 /NOTE: Sky Radio and SportsRadio are service marks./
 /CONTACT: Steven Anderson, manager of media relations, USA TODAY, 703-276-5872 or, after hours, 703-771-8042/
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