Regional Media’s Local Sports Now Network Expands
Regional Media has announced its expansive show “Overtime” on the Local Sports Now network across it’s Regional Media’s Illinois stations and digital network. “Overtime” will begin its market by market rollout tonight on Regional Media’s talk and video network. The show will also be heard locally on radio stations throughout the state.
Overtime, A hyper local sports show will feature host Sean Kernan, a local sports guru, with co-hosts joining from all over the state. The show will touch on all sports activities through the local area featuring local coaches, parents, athletes, along with many other people involved in youth sports today. A key feature of the show will be live looks at local games from a large number of Regional Media field correspondents.
Tonight will mark the debut of the show on Regional Media’s Local Sports Now.com website, social media outlets, and heard on Newstalk 1450 WKEI and Newstalk 100.1 WKEI. The show will debut in other Regional Media markets across the state in the weeks to come.
“Being a father with kids involved in various sports from cheer to basketball to volleyball, and looking up to Kobe Bryant and his passion for girls athletics and his support to expand the recognition and coverage for other sports. It has fueled me to improve coverage of youth sports overall. Too many communities across the globe, where coverage of other sports has been overlooked. Our longtime goal is to spotlight the special talents of all student athletes and coaches in all sports throughout the area, not just football and basketball.” Said Darren Brown, Regional Media Chief Operating Officer.
Overtime, will be heard in 27 counties that Regional Media services, across more than a dozen digital platforms, and on the largest local podcast network in the state. Tonight guests will feature Stark County Rebels Head Coach, Jade Noard, Annawan Wethersfield Titans Head Coach Logan Willits, Kewanee Head Coach Brad Swanson, Wethersfield Volleyball Coach Tonya Vincent, Kewanee Volleyball Coach Breanne Cinnamon, and more.
“I am excited to be the lead host for Overtime! This is a much needed change for local sports in our area” said Sean Patrick, Host of Overtime, “The show will be dynamic, in the moment and thorough. We plan to get as much local sports results and content on the air covering our entire multi-county listening area” he continued.
To be featured on the show or to submit photos, email our sports team at [email protected]