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Sports Byline USA

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sports Byline USA
TypeRadio network
Country
History
Launch dateOctober 24, 1988
Coverage
AvailabilityNational, through regional affiliates and satellite radio
Links
WebcastListen Live
Listen Live (mp3)
Websitesportsbyline.com

Sports Byline USA is an international sports radio network based in the United States. Sports Byline USA is also the name of the flagship program on the network. It was launched on October 24, 1988. Sports Byline USA is located in San Francisco, California. Nationally, the network claims programming is heard on 200 satalite radio stations, Sirius Satellite Radio channel 122, and on CRN Digital Talk Radio Networks channel 2. The station is also available on several international stations and is the main sports programming of the American Forces Network which broadcasts on 500 radio stations in 177 countries.

Broadcast Network

Sports Byline programming, which is the main sports news provider for the American Forces Network[1] and also broadcasts on these platforms:

History

Ron Barr, the creator of the initial show that later expanded to 24/7 International Sports Talk, wanted to give sports fans across the nation the chance to call in and talk to their favorite athletes. He takes listener calls on major issues in the sports world.

Sports Byline USA's staff includes Chairman/Host, Ron Barr, President Darren Peck and its limited partnership group. Included in the group are 20-time Wimbledon Champion Billie Jean King, former NFL running back Darrin Nelson, super sports attorney Leigh Steinberg and other successful business professionals. Bill Walsh, the Hall of Fame and 3-time Super Bowl winning coach, was on the Sports Byline USA Partnership Advisory Board of Directors.

Ron Barr

Barr is a longtime sports broadcaster, announcer and journalist, announcing games for various college and professional teams, including the Washington Huskies, the Seattle Sonics, the Boston Celtics and the California Golden Bears. Barr began his career with the Washington Post and has worked as a sports anchor for KIRO-TV in Seattle and former NBC affiliate KRON-TV in San Francisco.[8]

American Football League

Sports Byline USA had signed on to be the radio distributor of broadcasts of the All American Football League, with the games being produced by Touchdown Radio Productions. The AAFL suspended operations in March 2008, one month prior to its launch, and has yet to begin play as of 2011.

Sales Representation

On June 30, 2009, Sports Byline USA signed an advertising sales representation agreement with Focus 360 LLC. Focus 360's Chief Executive Officer, Phil Brown, said that the National Focus network and syndication division will sell Sports Byline USA to advertisers on a stand-alone basis as well as in conjunction with National Baseball Network, another major sports network represented by National Focus.

Sail Sport Talk advertising is handled by Private Client Sports, Inc. Sail Sport Talk is a pending trademark of Private Client Sports, Inc, which entered into a partnership agreement with Sports Byline to exclusively cover Sail Sport in 2019. [9]

Tittlating Sports with Rick Tittle

Rick Tittle made the switch to radio with Sports Byline USA in 1999, beginning as a producer and production director, before starting his Titillating Sports show in 2003. Rick’s humorous and thoughtful approach to sports talk lends itself to all sports, as Rick lets the callers drive the topics of the day. He has interviewed sports stars such as Joe Montana and Oscar de la Hoya, and personalities such as William Shatner and Jon Bon Jovi.[10][non-primary source needed]

Sail Sport Talk with Karen Lile

On April 4, 2019, Sail Sport Talk with Karen Lile joined the Rick Tittle Show on Tuesdays at the 9am Hour and took Sail Sport into International mainstream sports talk broadcasting for the first time, bringing in celebrity racers from many races around the world including America’s Cup and SailGP and interviews with circumnavigators like Robin Knox-Johnston and more.[11] [12][13][non-primary source needed]

References

  1. ^ Ornauer, Dave (15 Oct 2019). "After three decades of 'Sports Byline,' radio host still strives 'to connect with athletes in a human way'". US Department of Defense. Stars and Stripes. Retrieved 24 Nov 2020.
  2. ^ Live Stream of Sports Byline USA on iHeart Radio
  3. ^ Sail Sport Talk Featured on Tuesdays in the first hour on Rick Tittle Show on TuneIn
  4. ^ Stitcher Live Stream of 24/7 Sports Byline USA
  5. ^ Sports Byline on CRN Digital Talk Radio Networks
  6. ^ Click Live Stream on Official Website for 24/7 Sports Talk
  7. ^ Sports Byline Affiliates
  8. ^ Bio of Ron Barr
  9. ^ Sail Sport Talk Official Website
  10. ^ Tittillating Sports with Rick Tittle
  11. ^ Sail Sport Talk on Sports Byline 
  12. ^ Sail Sport Talk Official Website
  13. ^ Sports Byline Podcasts on iheart radio

External links

This page was last edited on 26 November 2020, at 22:51
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