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    Hey all,

    Just started up school at Ball State this fall and when preseason rolled around I found that 1070/107.5 may not be an option for me this season. I can't get either radio station on my personal radio, and broadcasts are blacked out when I try to listen online. There is a FS Midwest channel on the cable here, but I'm skeptical that it will show all/any Pacer games.

    Anyone with experience up here that can offer anything? I have found a website I can stream games from, but good Lord I had to deal with Neil Funk for both the Chicago games, don't think I can bear to listen to that again. Jokes aside, any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks!
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    FS Midwest SHOULD show FS Indiana broadcasts in the state. You have to remember that FSI is just a sub feed of FSMW.
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    There is probably also a local radio station that will carry Pacers games. Of course keep in mind most of the smaller local stations will show high school football, hs basketball and other local events before the pacers, so maybe half the games are usually on the local station.

    edit: according to this. Muncie radio station 1340 AM, is part of the network. Although looking at the list, I wonder how up-to-date it is. Poplar Bluff, MO has an affiliate. (dounbt they still do now that Tylker is no longer a Pacer)

    http://www.nba.com/pacers/media/radio_affiliates.html
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    If you sign up for NBA all access you can stream the radio broadcast for free

    http://www.nba.com/allaccess/

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    Hey all,

    Just started up school at Ball State this fall and when preseason rolled around I found that 1070/107.5 may not be an option for me this season. I can't get either radio station on my personal radio, and broadcasts are blacked out when I try to listen online. There is a FS Midwest channel on the cable here, but I'm skeptical that it will show all/any Pacer games.

    Anyone with experience up here that can offer anything? I have found a website I can stream games from, but good Lord I had to deal with Neil Funk for both the Chicago games, don't think I can bear to listen to that again. Jokes aside, any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks!
    If you're in a dorm, you get FSI. It's channel 53, and listed as MSN, but it's FSI. http://cms.bsu.edu/campuslife/housin.../comcastlineup

    If you're not in a dorm, it depends what TV provider you go with. Comcast will still be channel 53. UVerse is channel 749 and 1749 for HD. Dish is something like 449, 494, something like that. I don't know about DirectTV or any of the others.
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    edit: according to this. Muncie radio station 1340 AM, is part of the network.
    That is WXFN in Muncie which carries Fox Sports Radio. It can also be heard on 102.9 FM.

    http://wxfn.com/

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