LFSN is the premier destination for keeping up with all the action of Flames Athletics. Covering the Flames on radio and television as they compete in 20 NCAA Division I sports, LFSN provides fans with exciting and professional sports productions.
Radio coverage of Liberty football is available on Journey FM (88.3 FM Lynchburg), which is a part of the Journey FM Radio Network and includes 32 affiliates across Virginia. Liberty's men's basketball radio coverage can be heard on WLNI (105.9 FM Lynchburg) and WFIR (960 AM and 107.3 FM Roanoke). Additional coverage of Liberty women’s basketball, baseball, and softball is provided on The Light (90.9 FM WWMC Lynchburg).
Featuring the talents of veteran commentators Alan York, Nick Pierce, and Jamie Hall, LFSN radio provides fans with play-by-play coverage of Liberty games as well as insightful sports opinions and news on the programs, “Football Game Day,” “The Flames Sports Hotline,” and “The Flames Minute.”
Flames fans can also follow Liberty athletics on television through LFSN’s flagship television station, the Liberty Channel (WTLU). Available in the greater Lynchburg area and on most cable systems, the Liberty Channel airs multiple sports including football, men’s and women’s basketball and baseball, softball games, and Liberty volleyball matches.
Live television broadcasts of Liberty athletics are available on LFSN through national and regional platforms, including DirecTV, Dish Network, the Big South Network, ESPN3, Verizon Fios, and AT&T U-Verse. LFSN game broadcasts are produced in HD and reach as many as 90 million households in the United States.
LFSN’s television broadcast teams consist of professionals who have worked for many of the major sports networks, including ESPN, ABC Sports, CBS Sports, NBC Sports, NASCAR, SportSouth, Comcast, and FoxSports.