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Harrah's launches WSOP Radio
Harrah's Entertainment announced today it is launching a weekly World Series of Poker radio show that will air on more than 200 Sports Byline Radio Network stations.
World Series of Poker Radio will be broadcast every Monday from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. (EST).
"World Series of Poker Radio is the latest addition to our broadcasting and new media portfolio and opens up a new way for us to connect with our fans and players," said Jeffrey Pollack, WSOP commissioner.
"We're now 'on air' every week with the biggest names in the game, news from the WSOP and insights from top poker analysts."
The show will be hosted by Nick Geber, a regular commentator on World Series of Poker Live and a three-year host of Fox Sports World TV's Fox Football Friday. With a broadcasting career at Fox Radio in Los Angeles and other radio stations on his resume, Geber is an avid poker player and regularly plays tournaments and cash games in the Los Angeles area.
"I'm very excited to bring poker's 'Major League' to the airwaves," Geber said. "Now sports radio and poker fans can follow and participate in the action of the World Series of Poker every Monday."
The radio show can be heard at WorldSeriesofPoker.com as well as on American Forces Radio affiliates, SportsByline.com, Cable Radio Network and a variety of local radio affiliates in major markets nationwide.
A sampling of those stations includes:
- KFCD 990 AM, Dallas
- KGOW 1560 AM, Houston
- KELA 1470 AM, Seattle
- KSLG 1380 AM, St. Louis
- WMOH 1450 AM, Cincinnati
- KCXL 1140 AM, Kansas City
- KSHP 1400 AM, Las Vegas
- WSFN 790 AM, Jacksonville
- KASR 92.7 FM, Little Rock
- KPUA 670 AM, Honolulu
- WNKT 107.5 FM, Columbia, S.C.
- WXRB 1350 AM, Savannah
- KSOO 1140 AM, Sioux Falls
- KGNC 710 AM, Amarillo
Listeners will be able to participate in the show by calling (866) 925-8255. The show plans to have guests including celebrities, past and present WSOP champions, tournament officials and up-and-coming players from around the world.
Harrah's expects more stations to be added weekly as well, and beginning Jan. 28, World Series of Poker Radio will also be available over cell phones using Upsnap.