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Published: Saturday, June 1, 2013, 1:20 a.m.

Storm and KING broadcasting partner for 2013 season

The Seattle Storm announced a broadcasting partnership with KING broadcasting for the 2013 season on Friday.

The deal ensures that every Storm game will be available either on TV, on radio or streaming online. The Storm play two nationally televised games on ESPN 2 and three games that will be aired on NBA TV. In addition to the games on ESPN 2 and NBA TV, all Storm home games will be broadcast on either KONG or Live Well Seattle.

"We are excited to announce that for the 2013 WNBA season, we are able to provide our fanst with a consistent location to view Storm games on local television," Storm president and CEO Karen Bryant said. "We believe Live Well Seattle's mission alighns with that of the entire Seattle Storm organization, including our loyal fans. With the ability to have all home games on television, we are confident our passionate fan base will continue to grow as a wider viewing audience experiences what Storm basketball is all about."

Live Well Seattle will broadcast 13 games and KONG will broadcast three home games as well as one road game.

The WNBA also offers online streaming of its games via LiveAccess for a fee of $14.99.

All Storm games will also be available on the radio on 1090 AM.

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