During the 2018-19 academic year, Flames fans can catch all the action on the Liberty Flames Sports Network (LFSN), which is comprised of Liberty’s radio and television networks and has covered Flames athletics since 1981.
The flagship radio station for Liberty Football is The Journey 88.3 FM in Lynchburg, Va. The 50,000-watt station is part of The Journey FM Radio Network, which has 18 affiliates that cover Virginia and much of North Carolina.
Alan York is in his eighth season calling Flames athletics. York is the radio play-by-play voice of football, men’s basketball, and home baseball games. In addition, York is the television voice of Liberty Softball. Nick Pierce handles radio and television play-by-play duties for Liberty Baseball, while Jamie Hall broadcasts Liberty Women’s Basketball.
Fans may also follow Liberty Athletics on WFFP Channel 24, the flagship television station of LFSN. The station airs football as well as baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, field hockey, ice hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, and volleyball games. The station can be viewed on all satellite and cable systems throughout Southwestern and Central Virginia.
Liberty sports events are also broadcast on outlets across the nation, including the Mid- Atlantic Sports Network (MASN), ESPN3, Cox Television Network, American Sports Network (ASN), The Walk, and various independent stations, representing more than 40 million households coast-to-coast.
LFSN’s television broadcast team consists of trained professionals who have worked for most of the major sports networks in the United States, including ESPN, ABC Sports, CBS Sports, NBC Sports, NASCAR, SportSouth, Comcast, and Fox Sports.