Visit Mixlr.com/ReadingRoyals or download Mixlr App to listen
Reading, PA – The Reading Royals, proud ECHL affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers and Lehigh Valley Phantoms, announced Thursday the team has launched the Royals Broadcast Network on Mixlr.com/ReadingRoyals and the Mixlr App. The network will host all Royals audio content, including games, Royals Radio Recon and the “Bird & Berbs Podcast.”
2 Ways To Listen1) Visit: Mixlr.com/ReadingRoyals and hit the play or Listen Live button.
2) Download: The Mixlr app for free at the App Store or Google Play and search “ReadingRoyals” to find Royals content.
Royals game broadcasts start 15 minutes before puck drop with Royals Pregame, hosted by David Fine and Pat Richards. A former USA Hockey Referee, Richards enters his 16th season as Royals Color Commentator. Fine readies for his second season handling play-by-play duties. ECHL.tv will provide a video stream of all Royals games and provides subscription-based watching packages.
“The Royals Broadcast Network on Mixlr is a ‘one-stop shop’ for all Royals content,” Fine said. “The network will be a tremendous listening experience for our fans and we are excited for our first game broadcast.”
In addition to game broadcasts, the Jimmy G’s Railroad House in Sinking Spring hosts Royals Radio Recon Tuesdays during the season from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Check out daily specials from the kitchen and on tap, plus meet Royals players and coaches at the show.
Season tickets and mini-plans are on sale by calling 610-898-7825 (PUCK).
First Home Game Oct. 13The Royals will open the 2018-19 regular season at Santander Arena on Sat., Oct. 13 at 7:00 p.m. vs. the Worcester Railers. The home opener will feature a special Block Party and “Red Carpet” presentation for the team.
About the RoyalsThe Royals have been owned by serial entrepreneur Jack Gulati since 2014 and are entering their 18th ECHL season. Proudly affiliated with the NHL’s Philadelphia Flyers and AHL’s Lehigh Valley Phantoms, Reading plays in the Santander Arena, located in downtown Reading, PA at 700 Penn Street. The Royals won the Kelly Cup in 2013, have made the playoffs in nine straight seasons and are four-time division champions.