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Sports, Sportspress Northwest and The Washington Post Scott Jackson - Host of Last Call on Sporting News Radio, Co-Host of The Brian Mitchell Show on 1067 The Fan DC and SBNation DC Columnist Lou Imbriano - CEO at TrinityOne Sports & Professor of Sports Marketing at Boston College.
Including San Francisco's New FM Sports station HOUSTON, April 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Mission Media Group, LLC, which distributes content under the Sporting News Radio (sportingnewsradio.
Career TV sportscaster Lampley, a regular fill-in on Jim Rome's syndicated sports-talk show and this week subbing for morning man Tony Bruno on the Sporting News Radio Network, still calls the all-sports radio format "as much fun as anything you can do while talking.
Byline: -- Tom Hoffarth When the Sporting News Radio moves its business operations from Northbrook, Ill.
One-On-One will be folded into TSN and will be transformed into The Sporting News Radio Network.
HOUSTON -- Several investors of Gow Communications, LLC, the owner of KGOW 1560 The Game, announced the purchase of a majority stake in Mission Media Group, LLC, a leading distributor of sports content under the Sporting News Radio brand name.
HOUSTON, March 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- PGA Golf professional and sports radio personality Charlie Epps has been named as the new golf analyst at Sporting News Radio (SNR) (sportingnewsradio.
A desperate attempt to juggle the lineup in June -- Smith went to the middays as part of The Sporting News Radio syndicated team (with Tony Bruno and Mark Willard, who also started as local personalities at the station), Papadakis was uprooted and transplanted in drive-time (where the station signal was cranked down after sunset and affected his loyal following), and Roggin bailed out at the urging of the management who didn't want to pay his salary any longer -- signaled the beginning of the end.