SPOKANE, Wash. — The Spokane Shock announced on Tuesday that KREM’s sister station, KSKN CW22 Television, will broadcast its home games during the 2020 season.

KSKN will televise all seven of the indoor football team’s home games, starting with the opener versus San Diego on March 26, on Channel 22 for DISH Network and DirecTV customers. KSKN is also distributed on most cable systems in the area, including Comcast in Spokane and Spectrum in North Idaho.

The Spokane Shock is part of the Indoor Football League.

In addition to airing the football games, KSKN CW22 will produce and televise two-half hour Shock specials during the 2020 season.

KSKN airs KREM 2 newscasts at from 7-9 a.m. Monday through Friday, and 10 p.m. Monday through Sunday.

“We are thrilled to have Shock football back in Spokane, and on KSKN for our viewers,” said KREM/KSKN President and General Manager, RJ Merritt.  

After a hiatus that began in 2015, the Spokane Shock is returning to Spokane and the Indoor Football League. Former Seattle Seahawks all-pro defensive tackle Sam Adams is the team’s majority owner and CEO.

“We are very excited to partner with KSKN CW22 to bring electrifying football back for our fans. They offer strong television broadcast distribution across the region and a brand that aligns perfectly with our goals as a team,” Adams said.

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