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WHOU is pleased to announce the expansion of its video production for the upcoming High School basketball season. WHOU will now offer a third stream in the Greater Bangor area

They will offer between 35-40 games focusing primarily on the Big East Schools.  Games will originate from Hermon, John Bapst, Old Town and Orono, as well as a few from, MDI and Ellsworth

Ryan Lincoln and Brian McDormand will be the primary announcers for the new stream.

WHOU has offered a second video stream in the Central Aroostook area for the past four seasons which has been very popular. They cover Presque Isle, Caribou, Fort Fairfield, Easton, Washburn, Ashland and Central Aroostook High Schools. The North Stream offers 45 regular season games plus the playoff games.

Steve Carmichael and Bobby Russell, along with Kevin Sjoberg and Bill Guerrette do the announcing.

WHOU 100.1 FM has broadcast games on the radio for over 70 years, starting in the 1950s with Maine Hall of Fame Broadcaster Dewey DeWitt. WHOU added video stream to their schedule six years ago

Ken Holck is about to embark on his twentieth season of calling play by play. He’ll be joined once again by Rob Moran, Tim Tweedie and Joe Cyr.

WHOU 100.1 FM broadcasts 45 regular season games, with video; plus playoff games. They also broadcast all Tournament Games that include Aroostook County Teams

Station Owner Fred Grant stated, “We are pleased to be able to offer our fans three quality broadcast each day. High School basketball is extremely popular in Northern Maine and we are doing our best to promote the schools and players in our area.”

Fans can follow the action online at WHOUFM.com.  In addition to all the streamed games, a full schedule of broadcasts is available.  Games will also be streamed live on the WHOU Facebook page.

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