Media Sports Productions to launch Wrestling 411 Radio nationwide on November 11
Wrestling 411 will launch its twice weekly radio show with two of college wrestling's biggest names as guests. Tom Brands, head wrestling coach at the University of Iowa, and Pat Santoro, new head wrestling coach at Lehigh University, will serve as the show's inaugural guests.
Wrestling 411 Radio will be broadcast every Tuesday and Thursday from 7 ? 8 p.m. Central Standard Time. The first show will air Tuesday, November 11 with Brands as its guest. Santoro will be the featured guest on Thursday, November 13.
"The success of Wrestling 411 Radio is crucial to the growth and development of college wrestling," said Brands, who coached the Hawkeyes to the 2008 NCAA team title. "This sport needs positive coverage and this radio show gives wrestling added credibility. I'm proud that Iowa Wrestling Camps support this project."
Each show will provide dynamic and comprehensive discussion and coverage in studio on topics crucial not only to wrestling, but wrestling coverage, rankings, results and the entire scale of wrestling from high school to the international styles.
Wrestling 411 Radio will feature weekly guests ranging from the nation's most respected coaches, athletes, and wrestling's top minds. Information about the show will be updated on the Wrestling 411 website at www.wrestling411.tv.
Jason Bryant and Kyle Klingman will serve as hosts of the show.
Bryant spent three years as the Director of Media Relations for the National Wrestling Coaches Association. He helped InterMat garner the National Wrestling Media Association's Wrestling Web Site of the Year Award in 2006 and as a journalist, Bryant has been the recipient of Wrestling International Newsmagazine's Journalist of the Year as well as Amateur Wrestling News' Bob Dellinger Award for Wrestling Writer of the Year.
Klingman was the associate director of the Dan Gable International Wrestling Institute and Museum for the past six years. He is a featured columnist for W.I.N. Magazine and hosted "On The Mat," a weekly wrestling radio show where he interviewed some of the top names in wrestling. In 2008, Wrestling International Newsmagazine honored Klingman with its Wrestling Journalist of the Year award.
Augsburg College's KAUG radio will be the online host of Wrestling 411 Radio. The hour-long show can be heard live each week at 7 p.m. CST by visiting www.wrestling411.tv. Archives of each broadcast will be available on the Wrestling 411 website as well.