The Washington Redskins' radio broadcast is expanding its reach.

On Wednesday the team announced the acquisition of WMAL — 630 AM and 105.79 FM — as the newest affiliate to the Redskins Radio Network,

The addition means the Redskins will now broadcast on four different frequencies, including flagship ESPN 980 AM, WINX 94.3 FM and WWXT 92.7 FM.

From the official press release:

“We are very excited to be partnering with WMAL to provide Redskins fans enhanced coverage of our games,” said Terry Bateman, Redskins Executive Vice President/Chief Marketing Officer. “WMAL and the Redskins organization have a long history together spanning six decades of the station carrying Redskins games. We have maintained a strong relationship over the years and now look forward to working together again to provide comprehensive coverage of Redskins football for the Washington market.”

“We are excited and honored to be working with the Redskins again,” said Jake McCann, WMAL Vice President/Market Manager. “The Redskins and WMAL were partners during the team’s three glorious Super Bowl winning seasons. We look forward to bringing the combined assets of WMAL to this exciting, renewed partnership.”

The multi-year deal strengthens the Redskins' radio coverage in the greater Washington, D.C. area.