MVP Sports Channel

MVP, Maroons and Warriors Post Wins

Week 1 of the 2016 high school football season is big for MVP Sports Channel.

Friday night, a multitude of fans were searching for the latest information on their favorite teams, including Pulaski County and Southwestern, located in Somerset, Kentucky.  Both teams’ game broadcasts, weekly coaches interviews and other peripheral shows are original productions of MVPSportsChannel.com this season.

Listen to game archives below.

The commitment to carry each school’s entire season is a first for MVP Sports Channel. Founded in 2012, the online sports channel previously presented a featured game of the week, which covered several schools across two states, Kentucky and Tennessee. This year, Missouri has been added to MVP’s coverage area due to continued demand for coverage of local sports teams.  In the early phase, coverage will be limited to the boot heel region and St. Louis.

An improvement in technology seems to drive the demand. According to MVP Sports Channel president, Jeffery Wix, “Sports are still part of most family models in our country and still one of the most wholesome forms of entertainment, but the mobility of communications now allows us to take the enjoyment of sports with us anywhere. Missing a grandchild, niece or nephew playing ball is a thing of the past. Thanks to MVP Sports Channel, we can still provide quality family time, even if we travel on vacation or live in another state.”  As an example, on Friday night, MVP had listeners in several states including Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, Illinois, Ohio, Virginia, Massachusetts and Indiana.

The Pulaski County Maroons and Southwestern Warriors were heard across the Bluegrass State beyond the limitations of traditional radio broadcasts in the past. Fans listened in Somerset, London, Louisville, Lexington, Elizabethtown, Richmond, Versailles and the Maroons’ opponent, Harlan, just to name a few. Additionally, fans outside the Commonwealth logged on to MVPSportsChannel.com including Nashville, Clarksville, Chattanooga, and Murfreesboro in Tennessee, Miami, Orlando, Palm Harbor, Winter Haven, Punta Gorda in Florida, plus Chicago, Cincinnati and Boston.

Archived games will be available 24/7 on MVPSportChannel.com for anyone, anywhere. Wix recalled, “One of the most rewarding aspects of starting MVP has been receiving a ‘thank you’ from military families who live abroad and still can enjoy a small bit of home through our sports broadcasts”.

All season long, Maroons and Warriors fans can use hashtags specific to their schools in order to have pictures, videos and comments appear in the MVP Fan Feed during the game.  Pulaski County fans participate by using  and Southwestern will use .

No need to miss out.
Southwestern vs. Jeffersonville, IN.
Pulaski County vs. Harlan County

 

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