Director's Alert: STO Hires Bruce Drennan
CLEVELAND, OH - SportsTime Ohio today announced that the network will have programming 24 hours a day starting April 1 and has hired Cleveland radio icon Bruce Drennan to host a weekday talk show.
Bruce Drennan has over 35 years of experience both on radio and television. He was voted Best Cleveland Sportscaster in 1997 and 1998. Drennan was inducted into the Radio/Television Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 1999.
"I'm very happy to be back and thrilled to be working for SportsTime Ohio with our focus on all things local," said Drennan. "I can't wait to get back in the booth and talk sports with the best fans in the country."
SportsTime Ohio's show will be called "All Bets Are Off with Bruce Drennan" and will make its debut on April 1 live at 7:00pm. Fans will be able to call in (1-866-STOTLK1) and discuss Ohio sports with Drennan. "All Bets Are Off" will air Sunday nights at 7:00pm and Monday through Thursday at 3:00pm.
"Bruce is a perfect match for our network," said Jim Liberatore President of SportsTime Ohio. "He is a local icon and his expertise is invaluable. His knowledge extends beyond Cleveland sports, which is very appealing to viewers in all of our regions. Bruce adds to our growing talent list of the most recognized experts on the local sports scene"
SportsTime Ohio's programming will be on 24/7 starting April 1. Additional programming has been added, such as "Totally Tribe" hosted by Andy Baskin, "The Tribe Report" with Al Pawlowski and Brian Anderson, and "The High School Sports Insider." For more programming information visit www.sportstimeohio.com
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