Partners Being Pursued for ‘Golf 360’; Show to Air in 8 Major U.S. Markets
CHICAGO-NOVEMBER 10, 2009-Innovators of the long-running Golf Chicago TV have announced that advertising opportunities are now available for a new golf television program entitled “Golf 360” beginning in 2010 and airing in eight major U.S. markets on Comcast SportsNet.
“Golf 360 “will feature stories on the game’s most dynamic individuals, interviews with the world’s best players, travel stories from across the globe, instruction from top PGA professionals, equipment reviews and much more. Eight monthly 30-minute episodes will begin airing in early May on Comcast SportsNet affiliates in Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, Atlanta, San Francisco and Seattle.
Contributing to the magazine-style program will be Golfweek Senior Writer and Golf Channel personality Jeff “Hate to Be” Rude, who will provide colorful interviews with the game’s most beloved players, celebrities, and personalities.
“Golf 360 ” will reach 40 million households each month and we are proud to partner with Comcast SportsNet, a leader in sports programming,” said Executive Producer Dave Lockhart, president of Chicago-based Links Video. “With a long history of producing golf programming in Chicago, we are excited to unveil a show that will delve into informative meaningful stories sure to appeal to a national audience of golfers.”
For more information or advertising inquiries, contact Dave Silbar at (847) 729-7333.
Merton G. Silbar Public Relations
Dave Lockhart, President