Local radio AM 950 not covering All Star game

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  1. Daksims

    Daksims New Member

    Jun 27, 2001
    Pepsi MLS Allstar game hits radio dial.


    WASHINGTON, D.C. (Thursday, August 1, 2002) - Major League Soccer’s two premier events of 2002 will be among the most widely distributed soccer broadcasts in American radio history as they hit English-language stations across the country. Sports Byline USA Radio Network, in association with SoccerRadioUS, will air the 2002 Pepsi MLS All-Star Game on Saturday, August 3 beginning at 3:00 p.m. ET and MLS Cup 2002 on October 20. Sports Byline USA will syndicate the broadcasts and distribute to its 200 affiliates. More information on the company’s affiliates can be found at www.SportsByline.com.

    ****AM 950 the Fan is the local affiliate for Sports Byline USA. They will not be airing the match according to the station personnel. Here's the phone number and their web address for contacts.
    (303) 893-2950


    I realize not everybody is excited about the All Star game, but this isn't about this one game. This is about soccer being on the radio (I'll be at work and can't watch it.) Take a second and call 'em or email 'em and give 'em a piece of your mind.

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