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Sports Biz Today With The Sports Girl Beth Silverberg

“Sports biz today” whether you scream touchdown, score, strike, goal, hole in one, homerun or slam dunk, beth silverberg is back on the business talkradio network with fred wallin to coach you in the sports world on and off the field.

PRLog - Jul. 29, 2012 - Business Talk Radio Network Iis proud to offer the combination of sports and business Weekdays 7PM EST.

Sports Business has become one of the most important parts of the sports world and veteran radio sportsman Fred Wallin and his Co-Hosts, Beth Silverberg and JB Kaye, will discuss all aspects of the biz, with guests from the field and the corporate offices while interacting with callers coast to coast.  Wallin says," In the past few years our sports industry has grown and grown and we want to make Sports Biz Today, the place where fans, and those in the business can get together."
Sports are big business, whether it’s the multi-million dollar contracts signed by players or the marketing and advertising behind the teams. Fans will be talking to Fred Wallin about money, events and people that make up the exciting world of sports. For great conversations, scores and schedules tune into Sports Biz Today Monday through Friday starting August 6, 2012.
Beth Silverberg, “Beth the Sports Girl” is a long time football fan, and overall sports and health enthusiast.  Not only is Beth a published author but she has been in many commercials and also was a guest actor on Miami Ink. She was a Marketing Director for Clear Channel Radio in Tampa, Florida, responsible for overall event sales, implementation, and venue selections for eight radio stations. She has a Bachelor’s Degree from Michigan State University with a focus on broadcasting, and has also worked as an animal health pharmaceutical rep for Fortune 500 Companies.  Her passion for the sporting industry lead her to create the  television series “The Sports Girls” but also now Beth will be heard on “Sports Biz Today” every Tuesday and Friday sharing the mic with national host, Fred Wallin.
JB Kaye, “JBK” is the radio alter ego of John I. Bolton, Esq. an attorney who has been practicing law in the State of Connecticut since 1990, focused on labor & employment matters, planning & zoning and government relations and more recently exclusively on matrimonial law. In 1997, he was the Principal Founder of BridgeSport, LLC an entity dedicated to attracting major league and other professional sports franchises to State of Connecticut.  He developed analyses for facility financing, potential revenue streams, pouring rights, naming rights issues and potential territorial disputes related to TV contracts.  For the last several years JB has been involved in several local and national radio programs both behind and in front of the microphone.  JB Kaye is a news and sports junkie and now joins legendary radio voice Fred Wallin on “Sports Biz Today” every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday providing his unorthodox and politically charged insight to the various sports topics of the day.

For more Information please contact Affiliate Sales:  
Jon Patch at 813-888-5043 / jpatch@businesstalkradio.net
David Reeder at 903-583-1023 / dreeder@businesstalkradio.net
Bob Appel at 301-337-8564 / bappel@businesstalkradio.net


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