The Pittsburgh Power and Trib Total Media announced today a broadcast partnership
agreement to stream live radio coverage of all Pittsburgh Power games on TribLive
Radio at Ken Laird and Mike Logan will call the action.
"TribLive Radio provides a great platform for the Power to continue to grow its voice in
the Pittsburgh community," remarked owner and general manager Matt Shaner. "Trib
Total Media has been a great partner for the Power since we joined the AFL and we
look forward to providing top notch content to a great media outlet."
TribLive Radio is a digital property of Trib Total Media, the largest source of news and
information in western Pennsylvania. Trib Total network of daily and weekly
newspapers including the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, weekly shoppers, and websites
that deliver news, information and advertising to over 1.2 million readers across
western Pennsylvania every week.
"We are proud to announce the expansion of our partnership with the Power by
broadcasting all of their games this season on Triblive Radio," said Ralph Martin,
President and Chief Executive Officer for Trib Total Media. "The Power has quickly
become a force to be reckoned with in the AFL and we are looking forward to bringing
their games to their fans in western Pennsylvania and beyond."
Ken Laird, the inventor of the "Stillers 365" segment, is a daily host on TribLIVE radio
from 9 am — 1 pm, interviewing the big names in sports and broadcasting with the
TRIB sports writers to cover all angles of sports. In his 10 years on air, Ken has done
play-by-play and reporting, and was formerly a host on ESPN Radio before joining the
Mike Logan is a former Pittsburgh Steelers safety and Super Bowl Champion. He
retired from the Steelers in 2007. Logan played defensive back at West Virginia
University for coach Don Nehlen. Logan was a second-round draft pick for the
Jacksonville Jaguars in 1997, and joined the Steelers as a free agent in 2001. He
attended McKeesport Area High School in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, playing for the
Tigers under famed WPIAL coach George Smith. Upon retiring from the game, he
became an ESPN Radio afternoon drive host before joining the Trib.
2012 Pittsburgh Power Regular Season Schedule
Date Opponent Location
3/9 Orlando Predators away
3/23 Philadelphia Soul home
3/29 Milwaukee Mustangs away
4/6 Iowa Barnstormers home
4/14 Orlando Predators home
4/20 New Orleans VooDoo away
4/28 Cleveland Gladiators home
5/5 Georgia Force home
5/12 San Antonio Talons away
5/19 Kansas City Command home
6/3 Arizona Rattlers away
6/8 Cleveland Gladiators away
6/16 Milwaukee Mustangs home
/24 Philadelphia Soul away
6/30 Iowa Barnstormers away
7/7 Tampa Bay Storm home
7/14 Georgia Force away
7/20 Jacksonville Sharks home
About the Pittsburgh Power
The Pittsburgh Power officially became an Arena Football League franchise August
20th, 2010. The ownership group includes Matt Shaner, who also is the franchise's
General Manager, and pro football legend Lynn Swann. The team plays their home
games at the CONSOL Energy Center, which opened in 2011 and is home to the
NHL's Pittsburgh Penguins and other world-class sports and entertainment events.
The team practices at the world-renown UPMC Sports Performance Complex, a
40,000 square foot state of the art sports medicine, practice, and strength and
conditioning facility serving the Steelers, the University of Pittsburgh Panthers, and
numerous professional athletes from various sports, as well as providing the NFL and
NHL with concussion research and treatment. Tickets and additional information are
available at
2011 Season Record: 9-9, 2nd Place, American Conference, Eastern Division

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