“This is a very important step in the growth of High School Football America,” said Fisher, who also serves as High School Football America’s Editor-in-Chief. “There is a need for a weekly high school football-only show that looks inside the sport from a national perspective.”
In addition to running High School Football America, Fisher, whose broadcast journalism career began in radio at the age of 14-years old at WEST-AM in Easton, Pennsylvania, is the host of the very successful National High School Coaches Association radio show called the NHSCA Sports Hour, which is America’s premiere high school sports interview show that covers all sports.
“The NHSCA Sports Hour is an excellent example of America’s thirst for high school sports information,”
Fisher added, “Our goal with High School Football America is to give our listeners a reliable show that they can tune into to each week for previews of the big games, plus interviews with coaches and players.”
For more information on High School Football America, visit our website at www.highschoolfootballmaerica.com.
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About Jeff Fisher/High School Football America
Jeff’s broadcasting career began at the age of 14 in Easton, Pennsylvania. In a career that has spanned 35-years, he’s worked in every aspect of sports journalism. He is the founder of High School Football America, a website dedicated to telling the stories of small town high school football across the United States. Prior to launching High School Football America, Jeff worked as a TV sports anchor at FOX Sports Net in Chicago. Fisher is best known as the creator, executive producer and host of The Big Ticket, a weekly 60-minute high school football wrap-up show that won him the Associated Press Best Sportscast in Pennsylvania Award. For more information go to our website www.highschoolfootballamerica.com.