The 2009 season is UCLA's 13th with Clear Channel and the games will again air on AM 570 KLAC in Southern California. The games will be produced by ISP, UCLA's corporate and media-rights holder.
The Los Angeles all-sports station's broadcast includes a two-hour pre-game show (one hour local, one hour network) and a post-game show.
Chris Roberts, a four-time Golden Mike Award winner, is in his 18th season as the voice of the Bruins. Former Bruin quarterback Matt Stevens is in his 13th year on the broadcast team and his ninth as the analyst in the booth. Former Bruin quarterback Wayne Cook is in his eighth season as sideline reporter.
Stevens, Cook and David Vassegh host the hour local pre-game show while Roberts, Stevens and Cook host the hour network pre-game and network post-game shows. Vassegh also hosts a post-game call-in show.
AM 570 KLAC also provides ancillary programming, including head coach and player interviews during game weeks. The half-hour Bruin Report, which highlights UCLA athletics, airs each Saturday prior to or after the football game.
UCLA ISP network affiliates include KXEX 1550 AM & KSLK 96.1 FM - Fresno, KWDJ 1360 AM - Ridgecrest, KCTC 1320 AM in Sacramento, KHTY 970 AM in Bakersfield, KAVL 610 AM in Lancaster. UCLA ISP Sports Network games are also available nationally through an agreement with Sirius XM Satellite Radio, the Official Satellite Radio Partner of UCLA Athletics.
Games can also be heard via the internet at uclabruins.com (a UCLA All-Access pass is needed).The home games are also broadcast in Spanish on www.uclabruins.com with Armando Aguayo and Mario Amaya.