Raiders game will be broadcast in Navajo

OAKLAND, Calif. -- This weekend's game between the Oakland Raiders and Denver Broncos will be broadcast in Navajo through an
agreement with an Arizona radio station.

KTNN, which has a 50,000-watt signal operating out of Window
Rock, Ariz., has been broadcasting in Navajo for 20 years.

"This presents an exciting opportunity to unite the Raider
Nation with the voice of the Navajo nation. This association is yet
another example of our commitment to our global fan base and our
ever-expanding multicultural initiatives," Raiders chief executive
Amy Trask said.

L.A. Williams and Ernie Manuelito will handle the play-by-play
and analysis. Williams, KTNN's sports and rodeo director, began her
broadcasting career there 1993 and had handled a variety of sports,
including football, basketball and volleyball. Manuelito has 33
years of broadcasting experience and has been with KTNN since its
inception in 1986.

The Raiders have broadcast every regular-season game in Spanish
for the past four years.