THE GAMEDAY BROADCAST NETWORK:
WE BRING THE GAME TO HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS!
The Gameday Radio Network launched in August of 2007 as the state of Virginia's only online radio network. Featuring up to 10 games per week live on Friday nights, the Gameday Radio Network is a one of a kind audio fantasyland for the local sports fan.
STARTING A NEW TREND:
Realizing that there was a small and depleting network of local AM Radio stations that cover one game per week on the airwaves, the Gameday Radio Network was developed so high school sporting events could be broadcast across a wider platform, and on a more frequent basis. Gameday Radio partners with local high school programs by setting up broadcast teams for their teams; then covering them the entire season at home and away games. We started with 7 programs in 2007, expanded to 10 in 2008 and are looking to add more partner programs in 2009 that will be featured each week on the Gameday Radio Network. Listening to live games online has become every bit as popular as listening on traditional radio, if not moreso.
PLAY BY PLAY CONTENT:
The Gameday Radio Network will broadcast up to 10 games each week this fall online at GamedayMagazine.com, 6 games per week in the winter, and 6 games per week in the spring. Gameday's Award Winning Broadcasters will bring the action live to the desktop for those who cannot make the game, and on-demand to those who were at the game. Games are archived for on-demand listening indefinitely so that local sports fans can re-live the action all year long.
SPORTS TALK CONTENT:
The Gameday Radio Network features a one of a kind local sports show for the everyday fan. Gameday All Access is the feature show hosted by Andy Hayes, Bruce Bornarth, and Tom Whipple. Gameday All Access focuses in on the areas' biggest games, top performances, reviews of the previous weeks' games and interviews with the best coaches and players in the region. Gameday Radio is also home to 8 coaches shows from the various programs that are covered on a weekly basis on the network.....
THE GAMEDAY CHAMPIONSHIP NETWORK:
The Gameday Radio Network has partnered with the Virginia High School League (VHSL) to develop the state of Virginia's first ever statewide Championship Radio Network. The Gameday Championship Radio Network will feature broadcasts of the state championships in all of the major sports....
GAMEDAY RADIO NETWORK AFFILIATES:
The Gameday Radio Network can be heard locally on AM 1200 WAGE in Northern Virginia. AM 1200 has been providing theLoudoun County community with local programming for the past 47 years.
IMPORTANT STATISTICS AND LISTENER INFO:
Based on our significant research, the average listener on the Gameday Radio Network is between 16-55 years old. 97% of the listeners on the network are from the United States, and 72% of them are from Northern Virginia. The average listener stays tuned to one stream for over 30 minutes.
If you miss any game live on the Gameday Radio Network you can listen to the On-Demand Stream anytime you want shortly after the conclusion of the game. The average On-Demand listener stays tuned for over 1 hour on the Gameday Radio Network. All advertisements run during both the live and On-Demand streams online at www.Gamedaymagazine.com