Point Spread Media is a multi-channel media company engaged in publishing, broadcasting and mobile content delivery. Headquartered in Las Vegas, the company came into the legal sports betting market earlier this Summer with the launch of their first product: Point Spread Radio. Having established a basic radio network dedicated to the sports betting industry, the company is now moving to increase the broadcast footprint of their radio programming.
Today the company announced a partnership with KGNG, which operates an over-the-air television station on Channel 26. KGNG has agreed to provide Point Spread Media with a sub-channel (channel 26.10), which will carry the company's radio broadcast 24/7 in television format.
“We're pleased to have reached an agreement with KGNG that allows us to broadcast our radio content over their television station.” stated Rod Myers, Broadcast Media Director of Point Spread Media. “We are also looking forward to announcing similar partnerships with other station owners in the near future.”
The announcement makes it clear that the company is moving to expand their broadcast coverage in other television markets. For now, with Vegas serving as the flagship location, local residents in Las Vegas who receive digital television can tune into Point Spread Radio by tuning their television to channel 26.10.
More ways to listen...
In addition to streaming their content over television channels, Point Spread Radio is also available as an internet broadcast on PointSpreadRadio.com. A roku channel and mobile app are also in development, which will provide listeners with different ways to access Point Spread's radio programming.
About Point Spread Media
Point Spread Media is a multi-channel media company based in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company is engaged in publishing and broadcasting ventures, as well as a mobile division, all creating and distributing content tailored to the American sports betting community. The company is best known as the publisher of the Sports Gaming Journal and Point Spread Magazine, as well as for operating the Point Spread Radio broadcast network.