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Bill-R-
10-12-2012, 07:31 PM
Official Press Release:

101.3 ESPN TO DEBUT NEW COLLEGE HOCKEY RADIO SHOW

COLCHESTER, VT - 101.3 ESPN will debut a new show on Monday, October 15th, from 7pm-8pm called "College Hockey Overtime." The show will be hosted by Chris Villani of 101.3 ESPN & Ashley Chase of WCAX-TV in Burlington and feature news and interviews from the college hockey weekend.

College Hockey Overtime will have a strong focus on the division three college hockey programs in Vermont & New York, all of which have enjoyed considerable success on the regional and national level. Interviews with coaches and student-athletes from Castleton, Middlebury, Norwich, and Plattsburgh State will all be part of College Hockey Overtime.

Fans can tune into the show every Monday from 7-8pm on 101.3 FM or online at 1013ESPN.com and shows and interviews will be made available for download after airing. College Hockey Overtime is presented by Primelink Voice & Data.

NUProf
10-12-2012, 09:05 PM
Official Press Release:

101.3 ESPN TO DEBUT NEW COLLEGE HOCKEY RADIO SHOW

COLCHESTER, VT - 101.3 ESPN will debut a new show on Monday, October 15th, from 7pm-8pm called "College Hockey Overtime." The show will be hosted by Chris Villani of 101.3 ESPN & Ashley Chase of WCAX-TV in Burlington and feature news and interviews from the college hockey weekend.

College Hockey Overtime will have a strong focus on the division three college hockey programs in Vermont & New York, all of which have enjoyed considerable success on the regional and national level. Interviews with coaches and student-athletes from Castleton, Middlebury, Norwich, and Plattsburgh State will all be part of College Hockey Overtime.

Fans can tune into the show every Monday from 7-8pm on 101.3 FM or online at 1013ESPN.com and shows and interviews will be made available for download after airing. College Hockey Overtime is presented by Primelink Voice & Data.

It's not really ESPN that is doing this, it is W (whatever the rest of the call letters are). This loss of identity of local radio stations drives me nuts...

spwood
10-13-2012, 06:53 AM
It's not really ESPN that is doing this, it is W (whatever the rest of the call letters are). This loss of identity of local radio stations drives me nuts...

101.3ESPN is good enough for call letters for me!!!! It's about the only station I listen to any more. The Chris and Rich show in the afternoon is more entertaining than most of ESPN's national shows.

(I think the call letters are WPAV or something like that)

NUProf
10-13-2012, 10:37 AM
101.3ESPN is good enough for call letters for me!!!! It's about the only station I listen to any more. The Chris and Rich show in the afternoon is more entertaining than most of ESPN's national shows.

(I think the call letters are WPAV or something like that)

I remember when the FCC required radio stations to repeat their full call letters, city of license and frequency every 30 minutes - network prgamming built breaks into their presentations to allow for it "we pause for station identification, this is the ...network" Then the station would come on "This KOMO Seattle, Radio 1000" and proceed with the program. Now we hear things like "this is NewsRadio 1000." Drives me crazy... but I'm old.

norm1909
10-13-2012, 11:04 AM
101.3ESPN is good enough for call letters for me!!!! It's about the only station I listen to any more. The Chris and Rich show in the afternoon is more entertaining than most of ESPN's national shows.

(I think the call letters are WPAV or something like that)

Very close they are WCPV (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WCPV).

Scott_TG
10-13-2012, 11:12 AM
I remember when the FCC required radio stations to repeat their full call letters, city of license and frequency every 30 minutes - network prgamming built breaks into their presentations to allow for it "we pause for station identification, this is the ...network" Then the station would come on "This KOMO Seattle, Radio 1000" and proceed with the program. Now we hear things like "this is NewsRadio 1000." Drives me crazy... but I'm old.


Legal IDs still occur once at the top of the hour per FCC rule. It's just that a lot of them emphasize the tag lines over the letters and just say the letters really fast.Unless a station is known well by its letters to the audience, they see no need to emphasize them. 101.3 usually goes live and local during one daypart and are thus very much married to their network. And because ESPN is such a well known name they want the audience to associate it with them.

KnightsOfTheRound
10-13-2012, 11:32 AM
Should be 4 on 4 IMO.

What's this thread about?

norm1909
10-13-2012, 11:39 AM
Should be 4 on 4 IMO.

What's this thread about?

+1

PrezdeJohnson09
10-13-2012, 01:55 PM
Should be 4 on 4 IMO.

What's this thread about?

+2

NUProf
10-13-2012, 04:15 PM
Should be 4 on 4 IMO.

What's this thread about?

Totally disagree. 5 on 5 for 10 minutes.

NUProf
10-13-2012, 04:25 PM
Legal IDs still occur once at the top of the hour per FCC rule. It's just that a lot of them emphasize the tag lines over the letters and just say the letters really fast.Unless a station is known well by its letters to the audience, they see no need to emphasize them. 101.3 usually goes live and local during one daypart and are thus very much married to their network. And because ESPN is such a well known name they want the audience to associate it with them.

When I hear about stations like "Frank," or "Froggy," or "The Point" (which absolutely the silliest one ever - every FM station has a decimal point in its frequency). I always want to know what their real call letters are.

What is also interesting was way back when FM stationed were first licensed, the FCC determined that frequency separation needed to be 0.2 MHz because of the senisitivity of the receivers/transmitters of the day, and they also decided that it would be too much of an advantage for a station to have a frequency similar to 100.0, the determined that fractional portion of the frequency would be an odd number rather than an even number. Of course, stations immediately started rounding off, so that 99.9 become B-100 anyway. B-100 later morphed into "the Buzz"

KnightsOfTheRound
10-13-2012, 04:48 PM
Totally disagree. 5 on 5 for 10 minutes.

I'd like to see the pros play 4 on 4 for 10 minutes and then, obviously, no shootout. Ties in college don't bother me as much, so I'd say 4 on 4 for 5 is fine.

NUProf
10-13-2012, 05:47 PM
I'd like to see the pros play 4 on 4 for 10 minutes and then, obviously, no shootout. Ties in college don't bother me as much, so I'd say 4 on 4 for 5 is fine.

In any case, awarding a team a point for losing a game on the ice is wrong. If the pros want to make some games worth 3 points and some worth 2, it should only award the extra point for a game that ends with a shoot out, not one that ends with a goal.

Birdwatcher
10-13-2012, 07:02 PM
101.3ESPN is good enough for call letters for me!!!! It's about the only station I listen to any more. The Chris and Rich show in the afternoon is more entertaining than most of ESPN's national shows.

(I think the call letters are WPAV or something like that)
I wonder what happened to all their rock cds?

Hammer
10-13-2012, 09:25 PM
I'd like to see the pros play 4 on 4 for 10 minutes and then, obviously, no shootout. Ties in college don't bother me as much, so I'd say 4 on 4 for 5 is fine.

I know I've said this about 55 times here, but I think that if we're hell-bent on having a winner, 4x4 for 10 minutes is the way to go. More open ice for longer, and we avoid the shootout. If we can't settle the thing after that, go home with a tie.

BigRedGuy
10-14-2012, 01:53 AM
3 on 3 for 10 minutes!

PrezdeJohnson09
10-15-2012, 04:09 PM
Show debuts tonight and Norwich women's hockey head coach Mark Bolding will be guest interview.

7 p.m. tonight http://www.1013espn.com/

altazo
10-16-2012, 09:05 PM
Anyone have any luck finding this as a podcast after the original airing?

PrezdeJohnson09
10-16-2012, 09:36 PM
Anyone have any luck finding this as a podcast after the original airing?

http://soundcloud.com/college-hockey-overtime/college-hockey-ot-mark-bolding

I think you can find the rest of the segments off the same link.

altazo
10-16-2012, 10:15 PM
Thanks, Prez.