Premiere Networks inks a renewed and expanded long-term agreement with sports/talk radio program, “The Dan Patrick Show.” Within the multi-year deal, Premiere will serve because the global audio distribution partner for your Marconi Award-winning program. Airing weekdays from 9am to 12pm ET on a lot more than 360 stations, “The Dan Patrick Show” will continue within FOX Sports Radio’s programing lineup. Launched in October, 2007, “The Dan Patrick Show” originates on flagship station KLAC-AM/Los Angeles.
Patrick. “This really is not a job for me personally, it is a passion and I really like dealing with the Danettes and the others of my team to make a great experience for the fans. We never neglect the loyalty our fans show us over time, and I’m honored to help keep at it for quite some time to come. I wish to thank Julie Talbott, Bob Pittman and Darren Davis for his or her continued belief inside the show, and a particular many thanks to my agent, Paul Anderson of Workhouse Media for doing his job to obtain this deal done while I centered on doing mine for the fans.” “There is no denying that Dan Patrick is among the biggest multi-platform stars in sports talk and entertainment,” added Premiere Networks President Julie Talbott. Patrick airs in morning drive together with his production staff which includes Paul Pabst, Patrick O’Connor, Andrew Perloff and Todd Fritz, referred to as “The Danettes.” Dear Broadcasters, We have been amid an emergency. It’s incredibly painful to your business, since it would be to countless other industries. Our communities are reeling.
Texas Southern, as indicated on graphics which came in the screen.
CBS also scored well with Friday’s Auburn vs. Alabama telecast, because the game is currently the best rated college football telecast of the growing season. Too bad that fans had fewer radio and TV sports outlets and were reduced to substitute hosts to go over many of these games on the weekend. However the hosts needed their time off, so screw the audience. Meanwhile, Sports Byline USA Network has added a boxing show, hosted by Pedro Fernandez, and airing early Saturday afternoons. SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA: Somebody wasn’t attending to last Tuesday (11/23) through the CSN Bay Area “Chronicle Live” show. Nearly five minutes of your discussion segment was interrupted by camera shots with little if any sound from camera shots prior to the Oregon Ducks basketball game vs. Texas Southern, as indicated on graphics which came in the screen. Surprised viewers saw multiple camera angles showing among the teams practicing, and another shot on the empty chairs with microphones for any announcers to eventually do the open for the overall game telecast.
Although it took nearly five minutes for viewers being returned towards the botched TV segment (which made no acknowledgement with the cutaway), CSN was lucky that nobody with the nearly empty arena knew the cameras were on live TV. Boys will undoubtedly be boys, however in that instance they didn’t know. MIAMI: With all there’s to share with you concerning the Heat’s slow start, Dennis Rodman tried to accomplish all he could to upstage that last Tuesday (11/23) morning. Rodman had called into Jorge Sedano’s show over the Ticket 790 to touch upon the Heat whenever a female voice became prominent alongside an obviously distracted Rodman. Yet, rather than cutting the interview short, Sedano asked Rodman if he was “setting it up on”, and allowed Rodman to reply that she “was sucking something” for the air. You can say that the decision wasn’t for Rodman to share with you the Miami Heat.