Why is “The Next Level Radio Broadcasting” necessary? Radio broadcasting has existed for more than a century, but its signal can only reach listeners within range of the station. Since individuals may now access material from wherever this is no longer a realistic option for most live broadcasts.Read more "KRSB Network: The Next Level Of HBCU Sports Broadcasting"
By Patrick Freeman, TV Executive & CEO of the International Branding & Image Firm: MORE MEDIA LLC based in NYC BUFFALO — The National Football League has just negotiated one of the largest sports broadcastingcontracts in history with Fox sports being one of its major outlets. The reckless reporting of FoxNews for a number of […]Read more "It’s time to demand the NFL pull its games off Fox TV"
Here are the series-by-series schedules for the first round of the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Stanley Cup First Round will consist of eight best-of-7 series.Read more "2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs First-Round Schedule"
By Jackson State Media Relations GULFPORT, Miss. – Jackson State University women’s basketball player Ameshya Williams-Holliday was selected in the WNBA Draft by the Indiana Fever. Williams-Holliday (6-4, Sr., Gulfport, Miss.), a third-round pick #25 overall, becomes the first HBCU player selected in the WNBA since 2002 and is the second Southwestern Athletic Conference player and […]Read more "JSU’s Williams-Holliday Selected In WNBA Draft; 1st HBCU Player Drafted Since 2002"
By NBA Media The NBA Play-In Tournament includes teams with the 7th through 10th-highest winning percentages in each conference and takes place April 12-15. Here’s a look at the final matchups. Eastern Conference 1. Miami Heat (clinched No. 1 seed)2. Boston Celtics (clinched No. 2 seed)3. Milwaukee Bucks (clinched No. 3 seed)4. Philadelphia 76ers (clinched […]Read more "Survive & Advance: How the NBA Play-In Tournament spots got settled"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus When the original United States Football League (USFL) began back in 1983, former HBCU standouts like Boston’s Johnnie Walton (Elizabeth City State), Chicago’s Trumaine Johnson (Grambling State), and Tampa Bay’s Eric Truvillion (Florida A&M) were among some of the initial stars of the league. Nearly four decades later as the […]Read more "The HBCU Flavor Of The New USFL"
By Richard Kent, Staff Reporter 155 miles is really not that far. It’s the distance from Bridgeport to Philadelphia and it is a pretty straight shot down I-95. That is the very route that Niele Ivey will be traveling as the second-year head coach makes the trek from Bridgeport to lead Notre Dame into the […]Read more "Love & Basketball: The Fighting Iveys"
From BASN News Wires New York – The NFL in partnership with the Senior Bowl, has announced the names of players that will attend the 2022 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Combine presented by Microsoft Surface, which will be held Friday, January 28 – Saturday, January 29, at the University of South Alabama Jaguar Training Center in […]Read more "Players Announced To Attend NFL HBCU Combine"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus A look back at how the Field Generals fared during Super Wild Card Weekend. SUNDAY Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia (Loss at Tampa Bay) This one was ugly from the first snap to the last snap. Tampa Bay (14-4) set the tempo from the start, with Tom Brady leading a pair of […]Read more "The NFL’s Field Generals Report: Super Wild Card"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus After the “biggest season ever” ended on late Sunday night, four of the Field Generals are now set to begin the next and most important chapter of the season — the playoffs. Three of the four will play on Super Wild Card Weekend on Sunday. At 1:00 PM, Jalen Hurts […]Read more "The NFL’s Field Generals Report: Week #18"