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SBD/Issue 122/Sports Media
What's The Frequency?
Published March 14, 2008
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.
|MARKET -- STATION||SHOW|
|Detroit -- WXYT||“Valenti & Foster”|
|Pistons coasting to playoffs with several losses; Lions release Kevin Jones; many Lions free agents sign with Buccaneers practice squad|
|Miami – WAXY||“The Dan Le Batard Show”|
|NCAA Tournament talk; Univ. of Miami wins first-round ACC Tournament game; Dolphins free agent signings continue; NBA playoffs preview|
|Miami – WQAM||“Power Hour”|
|Will Univ. of Miami make NCAA Tournament?; Should Dolphins go after Pacman Jones?; Dwyane Wade out for the year; Are Heat tanking season?|
|Seattle – KJR||“The Gas Man”|
|Steve Ballmer’s plan to purchase Sonics, renovate KeyArena; Pac-10 Tournament begins; Ichiro struggling in Spring Training; Seahawks sign Julius Jones, Shaun Alexander out?|
|Phoenix – KDUS||“Calling All Sports With Roc & Manuch”|
|Lute Olson returning to
|Minneapolis –- KFAN||“The
|Wild currently in NHL playoffs; Univ. of Minnesota wins first-round Big Ten Tournament game; Twins preview; Chicago Sky controversy; Brett Favre’s retirement|
|Charlotte -- WFNZ||“Prime Time With The Packman”|
|ACC Tournament begins in Charlotte; NCAA Tournament talk; Panthers off-season signings; Toyota wins first NASCAR Cup race; Bobcats on winning streak, but do fans care?|
Want to add your own Frequency? Contact Rick Ellington at firstname.lastname@example.org.