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TVS, The All America Network, Launches the TVS Sports Bureau on September 19th on radio and TV
TVS Television Network, which produced the TVS Sports Bureau in the 1990's, has revived the program for both radio and TV audiences. TVS Sports Bureau returns TVS to the radio industry, where TVS began in 1958 covering the NCAA Basketball Tournament.
By: TVS Global Media
TVS Sports Bureau coverage coincides with the beginning of the NFL season. Unlike ESPN Sports Center or other cable sports shows, TVS Sports Bureau covers fantasy sports and gambling information. The show is hosted by longtime sportscaster Rodd Stowell, and features noted Las Vegas oddsmaker Andy Iskoe as his co-host.
The original version of TVS Sports bureau featured a young Tim Brando as host. Tim went on to ESPN, CBS, and now is a Fox Sports Network announcer.
TVS Sports Bureau will be seen and heard on weekends, and will prepare fans for the college and pron football games of that weekend. TVS Sports Bureau will transition to College and NBA basketball after the NFL season, then cover major league baseball for the 'active sports fan'.
"We produced the original TVS Sports Bureau with some truly legendary people on both sides of the camera," said TVS CEO Tom Ficara. "Bill Schwing, Roger Schwing, Stan Leshner, Mickey Charles, Tim Brando, Mary Flannery, and Pat Scanlon were all top of the line in their respective fields. We think Rodd Stowell and Andy Iskoe can carry on that tradition."
TVS Sports Bureau is the second TVS show begun in 1990 that has returned to the airwaves. Distant Replay, which aired on the Nostalgia Network in the early 1990's has also been resumed. It now runs on the TVS Nostalgia Network.
To watch TVS Sports Bureau and TVS Distant Replay, go to www.dailymotion.com/
TVS Television Network is the fourth oldest commercial TV broadcast network in the USA. Founded in 1960, TVS has produced and/or distributed sports, music, and entertainment programming for 55 years. TVS is located in Cantil, CA, where it is developing an 80 acre radio and TV complex.
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