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Veteran broadcaster Dustin Bixby returns for his eighth season with the Gladiators and his ninth year of work in the ECHL. Bixby was named to the radio broadcast team for the 2004 ECHL All Star Game in Peoria Illinois while Gladiators Play-By-Play broadcasts were named best Sports Play-By-Play for a Class B Station in Georiga in 2005 by the Associated Press. During the 2010-2011 season Bixby is joined in the broadcast booth by David Foley. Foley is in his first season with Gwinnett and spent the summer of 2010 with the Philadelphia Phillies Class "A" Affiliate Lakewoode Blue Claws of the South Atlantic League. A graduate of the Univeristy Southern California, Foley broadcasts USC Hockey games from 2006-2008.
AM 550 & FM 102.9, WDUN

The Gwinnett Gladaitors have teamed up with Jacobs Media for the seventh consecutive season as the radio broadcast home of Gwinnett Gladiators hockey for the 2010-2011 season. WDUN returns as the Flagship station for Gladiators broadcasts with a larger presence in North Georgia this season. WDUN, 550 AM has added 102.9 FM as a simulcast and Gladiators braodcasts hear ON-AIR will be available on both stations during the season. The addition of FM 102.9 will push the radio coverage of Gladiators games to Northern Cobb and Fulton Counties as well as Cherokee County all the way north to the North and South Carolina borders. As in past seasons, every Gladiators game will be abailable for free online via WDUN's official website
America One

The Gladiators, the ECHL and America One (formerly B2 Networks) return for a seventh consecutive season to provide a video webcast of all Gladiators games online during the 2010-2011 season. With the addition of America One for the 2010-2011 season, the video webcasts have been upgraded for the year. America One offers multiple options for purchasing and viewing the entire schedule from a season pass to individual games nights for $8 a game. Visit America One's website for more information.
TV Gwinnett 23

Gwinnett County residents will again be able to see the Gladiators on local cable TV during the 2010-2011 season. TV Gwinnett 23 returns with a schedule of six selected tape delay telecasts during the season. Bixby and Foley will handle the call of the broadasts as TV Gwinnett 23 will carry a simulcast of WDUN. The tape delay telecasts will be available on TV Gwinnett 23 the Monday following each game date. Check local listings for the specific channel from your selected cable operator. Schedule subject to change.

TV Gwinnett 23 Schedule
  • November 6th
  • December 3rd
  • January 8th
  • February 5th
  • March 6th
  • April 1st