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  • 03:59

    Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia 2/5/2016

    in Sports

    The Fast Break Sports Network’s “Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia” is your most comprehensive source for West Virginia high school basketball on the radio dial. West Virginia’s only live syndicated high school basketball program provides coverage and recaps from high school gymnasiums from the coalfields to the panhandles.


    Hosts Ryan Epling, Coach Ric Morrone, James Collier and guests provide fans with continuous score updates, interviews, and analysis of the evening’s games along with recaps of high school basketball games that were played throughout the week.


    Originating from the WMUL-FM studios on Marshall University’s Huntington campus, “Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia” airs each Friday night from 9:00 p.m. until midnight.


    The Fast Break Sports Network crew works behind the scenes with play-by-play crews, correspondents, coaches and statisticians across West Virginia to make certain all the scores are continually updated for our radio listeners and website viewers.


    “Basketball Night,” as the hosts commonly call it, first hit the airwaves in December 2013. Every live episode is produced entirely by student and volunteer broadcasters.

  • 03:02

    Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia 1/29/2016

    in Sports

    The Fast Break Sports Network’s “Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia” is your most comprehensive source for West Virginia high school basketball on the radio dial. West Virginia’s only live syndicated high school basketball program provides coverage and recaps from high school gymnasiums from the coalfields to the panhandles.


    Hosts Ryan Epling, Coach Ric Morrone, James Collier and guests provide fans with continuous score updates, interviews, and analysis of the evening’s games along with recaps of high school basketball games that were played throughout the week.


    Originating from the WMUL-FM studios on Marshall University’s Huntington campus, “Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia” airs each Friday night from 9:00 p.m. until midnight.


    The Fast Break Sports Network crew works behind the scenes with play-by-play crews, correspondents, coaches and statisticians across West Virginia to make certain all the scores are continually updated for our radio listeners and website viewers.


    “Basketball Night,” as the hosts commonly call it, first hit the airwaves in December 2013. Every live episode is produced entirely by student and volunteer broadcasters.

  • 01:04

    Move to Amend Reports w/ Laura Bonham & Egberto Willies

    in Politics

    JANUARY 21, 2016


    Today marks six years since the Supreme Court opened the floodgates of corporate money into democratic process and the launch of our movement to amend the Constitution to address the root causes of corporate rule. Join us for a LIVE podcast where we reflect on our accomplishments in 2015 and discuss what's in store for 2016 with Move to Amend national board members David Cobb, George Friday, and Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap. Listeners are invited to call in to ask questions on the strategic plan or anything else Move to Amend! 


    Beginning at 11:15am PST / 2:15pm EST, dial 646-652-2345 and press 1 after the prompt to ask a question. 

  • 00:49

    Radio [itvt]: The Second Wave of Social TV at TVOT NYC 2015

    in Television

    Radio [itvt]: The Second Wave of Social TV at TVOT NYC 2015


    [itvt] is pleased to present an audio recording of the TVOT NYC 2015 session, "The Second Wave of Social TV." The session was described in the show brochure as follows:


    "Despite the fact that some high-profile, early-stage implementations of social TV failed to resonate with audiences, the medium now appears to be gaining significant traction, driven by a number of recent, innovative efforts on the part of broadcasters and networks to integrate audience participation into their programming from the ground up--and by the fact that social media are not only becoming all-pervasive but increasingly video-friendly and even video-driven.


    •    Juan Bruce, CEO, Epoxy
    •    Sameer Deen, SVP of Digital, Univision
    •    Jared Feldman, CEO, Canvs
    •    Lisa Hsia, EVP of Digital, Bravo and Oxygen Media (Moderator)
    •    Jason Klein, CEO, ListenFirst Media
    •    Ashley Parrish, Executive Producer, TODAY Digital
    •    Corey Pudhorosky, Director of Customer Partnerships, Spredfast
    •    Eli Uzan, CEO, Screenz


     


     

  • 03:31

    Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia 1/15/2016

    in Sports

    The Fast Break Sports Network’s “Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia” is your most comprehensive source for West Virginia high school basketball on the radio dial. West Virginia’s only live syndicated high school basketball program provides coverage and recaps from high school gymnasiums from the coalfields to the panhandles.


    Hosts Ryan Epling, Coach Ric Morrone, James Collier and guests provide fans with continuous score updates, interviews, and analysis of the evening’s games along with recaps of high school basketball games that were played throughout the week.


    Originating from the WMUL-FM studios on Marshall University’s Huntington campus, “Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia” airs each Friday night from 9:00 p.m. until midnight.


    The Fast Break Sports Network crew works behind the scenes with play-by-play crews, correspondents, coaches and statisticians across West Virginia to make certain all the scores are continually updated for our radio listeners and website viewers.


    “Basketball Night,” as the hosts commonly call it, first hit the airwaves in December 2013. Every live episode is produced entirely by student and volunteer broadcasters.

  • 00:44

    Adam Gase has your hair

    in Sports

    Mind of Mansion Ep 200: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion questions whether Adam Gase is the Dolphins' savior.


    Dolphins oscillate between tough guys and egg heads: Tony Sparano - Joe Philbin - Dan Campbell - Adam Gase. 


    Jay Cutler's career best passer rating was not meaningful while also being pathetic.


    Zach Miller is not merely an Adam Gase creation.


    Mocking broadcasters crediting Lane Kiffin for Alabama's victory. 


    Jeremy Maclin is not the kind of explosive playmaker that you build a game plan around or you create a defensive game plan to stop.


    Chris Conley is the the most explosive wide receiver to enter the NFL since Julio Jones. 


    Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com

  • 00:21

    The Future of Internet Radio: Live 365 and Beyond

    in Entrepreneur

    Hi everyone!


    Today we'll be talking about the future of internet radio, one of my favorite topics that is near and dear to my heart. As both a "real world" broadcaster for over 12 years and now an internet station owner/broadcaster, we all need to be keeping out eye on the internet radio industry. I'll tell you why in today's show!


    Sound Exchange welcomes comments from listeners, musicians, and broadcasters. To give your opinion on the royalty negotiations and contact Sound Exchange about the things we are talking about in today's show, go here:


    http://www.soundexchange.com/contact/


    Go to our site to listen to our new 24/7 feed (fully licensed) here:


    http://smalltownglobal.com


    Our LIVE365 station resides here:


    http://live365.com/stations/thestudiobydeb


    (in the process of changing servers...details today!)

  • 03:01

    Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia 1/8/2016

    in Sports

    The Fast Break Sports Network’s “Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia” is your most comprehensive source for West Virginia high school basketball on the radio dial. West Virginia’s only live syndicated high school basketball program provides coverage and recaps from high school gymnasiums from the coalfields to the panhandles.


    Hosts Ryan Epling, Coach Ric Morrone, James Collier and guests provide fans with continuous score updates, interviews, and analysis of the evening’s games along with recaps of high school basketball games that were played throughout the week.


    Originating from the WMUL-FM studios on Marshall University’s Huntington campus, “Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia” airs each Friday night from 9:00 p.m. until midnight.


    The Fast Break Sports Network crew works behind the scenes with play-by-play crews, correspondents, coaches and statisticians across West Virginia to make certain all the scores are continually updated for our radio listeners and website viewers.


    “Basketball Night,” as the hosts commonly call it, first hit the airwaves in December 2013. Every live episode is produced entirely by student and volunteer broadcasters.

  • 01:15

    Sports Palooza: Jayne Kennedy and Ralph Cindrich -- a Powerful Show!

    in Sports

    We have such a powerful show today to kick of the 2016 season of Sports Palooza Radio?. If you love sports and grew up when I grew up, you probably asked yourself, "Whatever happened to Jayne Kennedy." You'll find out if you tune into our show today as the one and only Jayne Kennedy Overton joins us as our first guest of the year! She was the first African-American and one of the first female sports broadcasters and destroyed the myth that women couldn’t make it in the world of sports broadcasting, We can't wait to talk to her.


    In 2015, she launched IT'S A MOTHER DAUGHTER THING!  The concept behind the campaign focuses on her work with each of her daughters strengthening and renewing her dedication to improve not only their footing in life but bettering the status of her communities as well.


    Our second powerful guest on the show is Ralph Cindrich who played for the NFL’s New England Patriots, Houston Oilers and Denver Broncos. In the 1980s he became one of the pro game’s most prominent player agents. Soon he was ranked among the most powerful people in sports. USA Today called Cindrich “the undisputed free-agent champ.” His pioneering work for left tackle Will Wolford was featured in Michael Lewis’s The Blind Side. Today he represents several second-generation clients, teaches sports-law classes and serves as an expert witness in multimillion-dollar labor cases. He lives in Pittsburgh with his wife, Mary. 


     Tune in at 1 p.m. Eastern time TODAY or download our show anytime after it's over and take a listen. If you like what you hear, please rate us on iTunes!


     

  • 00:59

    EVERYTHING LAKERS-Can Lakers Young Core Entice Durant

    in Basketball

     


    Join me YOUR LAKERGURL & CO-HOST LARRY HINES as we discuss " Can The Lakers Young Core Entice Kevin Durant to come to the LAKERS?" 


       One thing I can say about Stephanie Beard (THE LAKER GURL), is, she is dedicated, she is sincere, and when confronted by situations most people would dare not, Stephanie is dead on, will not back down.  A key factor in success is WILL YOU PUT THE WORK IN?  And for Stephanie “THE LAKER GURL”, she’s working overtime.  She is not afraid to roll her sleeves up and get dirty if she has to.  I would put her up against any of the sports broadcasters with her genuine approach.  And if she has to cut you, she will cut you as nice as anybody can.  Are you ready to come to battle, come to grips with a true fan?  Fanatic for the LAKERS, girl.  347-205-9366


    #WWLG4L #JKN #StephanieLakerGurlBeard # LarryHine

  • 00:30

    This Life...

    in Prayer

    We have seen one already, and are guaranteed to see more before the new year comes. What are they?


    They are the "Year in Review" broadcasters present on various media outlets. These reviews tend to summarize what significant events occurred during the year. 


    From previous year in review programs as well as this year's, what have you noticed about the content of  these reviews? The word "change" comes to mind.


    During today's program we will discuss the topic of "THIS LIFE..." with a special guest, Ms. Eleanora Winslow from New York. She is a minister sister and friend who will join us as we use God's word, prayer, and poetry to explore our topic of "This Life..." Feel free to call in and join the discussion.


    The number is (347) 989-0585).  


    SE Scott

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