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SBD/Issue 33/Sports Media
What's The Frequency?
Published October 26, 2007
THE DAILY presents "What's The Frequency?," which highlights the subjects being discussed this week during afternoon drive shows on sports talk radio across the U.S. The following chart lists some of those topics. Local stations are listed in order of market size.
|Sirius NFL Radio (3-7pm ET)||“The Afternoon Blitz”|
|NFL prepares for game in London; Dolphins RB Ronnie Brown out for the year; QB questions for Vikings, Jets, Panthers; Ray Lewis vs. Adalius Thomas|
|MARKET -- STATION||SHOW|
|Detroit -- WXYT||“The Sports Inferno”|
|NFL not signing "hip-hop culture" players; Three Michigan State players arrested; Lions improve to 4-2; Should Pistons trade for Kobe Bryant?|
|Miami – WAXY||“The Dan Le Batard Show”|
|Heat trade Antoine Walker to T’Wolves for Ricky Davis; Dolphins are the worst team in NFL; Ronnie Brown; World Series|
|Phoenix – KDUS||“Calling All Sports With Roc & Manuch”|
|Cardinals let Chargers use training facilities; Suns prepare for season; Coyotes continue to struggle; Cal-Arizona State preview|
|Minneapolis – KFAN||“The Chad Hartman Show”|
|Vikings-Cowboys review; Lack of touches for Adrian Peterson; Univ. of Minnesota loses to I-AA team; T’Wolves-Heat trade; Wild have NHL’s best record; World Series|
|Charlotte -- WFNZ||“Prime Time With The Packman”|
|Wild college football season; World Series; Panthers-Colts preview; Jeff Gordon vs. Jimmie Johnson in Chase for Nextel Cup; Jim Nantz interview|
Want to add your own Frequency? Contact Rick Ellington at firstname.lastname@example.org.