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Dodgers renew radio deal, get ownership stake in KLAC

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Charley Steiner and Rick Monday will return in 2015.

Kevork Djansezian

LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers on Tuesday announced a multi-year agreement with and an ownership stake in AM 570 KLAC as the local radio home for the team.

The agreement, subject to approval, by Major League Baseball, will include additional Dodgers-related programming on the station.

"The Dodgers are one of the strongest professional sports brands in the country and this ownership team, through actions on and off the field, has proven its commitment to even further strengthening its bond with the Southern California community," said Greg Ashlock, president of iHeartMedia Southern California in a statement. "We are excited to expand our partnership with continued focus on the game broadcast experience and jointly produced new local programming for the station."

The agreement includes all regular season games, select spring training games, and potential postseason games.

The Dodgers also announced that Charley Steiner and Rick Monday will return to the booth in 2015 for their 11th and 23rd seasons, respectively, calling Dodgers games.

It is unknown whether or not the Dodger Talk trio of David Vassegh, Kevin Kennedy or Jorge Jarrin will have the same roles in 2015.