Sports USA Radio Network To Air Its 300th NFL Game Broadcast Sunday
November 11, 2011 at 12:26 PM (PT)
SPORTS USA RADIO NETWORK is marking its 300th NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE broadcast with the PITTSBURGH STEELERS-CINCINNATI BENGALS game this SUNDAY in CINCINNATI. The syndicator, which launched NFL game coverage on NOVEMBER 3, 2002, says that the milestone marks the second most broadcasts by a radio network in the league's history. TOM MCCARTHY and ROSS TUCKER will call the game, with TONY GRAZIANI as sideline reporter.
"It is truly remarkable to see SPORTS USA grow at such a rapid pace over the last 10 years and that we are now calling our 300th NFL radio broadcast," said SPORTS USA President LARRY KAHN. "Broadcasting football on radio is a passion of mine and it is outstanding that we can tell the stories of these unique football contests each week to fans listening to our affiliate stations throughout NORTH AMERICA."
"We are thrilled to be a part of SPORTS USA's success during these past 10 years," said ADLARGE MEDIA CEO GARY SCHONFELD, whose company is the exclusive advertising sales company for SPORTS USA. "SPORTS USA's live play-by-play football broadcasts are the best in the business. And, we owe a great deal of thanks to the sponsors over the past 10 years who helped make all of this possible. The advertisers and the agencies have been a valued part of our success and we thank them for their support of SPORTS USA."