|TSN Coverage of Daytona 500 Confirms Auto Racing as Nation’s Number One Spectator Sport|
Philadelphia, PA – The Sports Network, the nation’s foremost real-time international sports wire service, has announced that the public’s response to its coverage of the Daytona 500 this past weekend has absolutely confirmed what has been known to sports aficionados for years – that auto racing is, indeed, American’s number one spectator sport.
“That is why we recently added coverage of the Busch and Truck Series to our already extensive reporting of NASCAR, Formula One and so much more that is related to, and part of, this incredible sport,” stated Kevin Spiegel, Director of Internet Content. “We had week long reports directly from our correspondent and Auto Racing Editor on the scene in Daytona Beach, Steve Schwartz, and his work consisted of previews, the schedule of events and continuous interviews with drivers, owners, sponsors and others. It is an ongoing process at The Sports Network,” he continued, “one related to all sports, as with the Olympics right now, where our editors are on the scene, reporting directly across our wire service and onto the sites of hundreds of our clients. That provides us, and them, with reporting that is anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes ahead of anyone else.”
The Sports Network has continued to expand on an almost daily basis, increasing its client base, as well as staffing worldwide, to provide a wider range of coverage of events while maintaining a qualitative and quantitative approach that many believe to be the best in the industry.
“While so many others have found the Internet unwieldy and unable to support their efforts,” concluded Mr. Spiegel, “we have discovered the formula for success that has enabled us to embrace it in the most positive fashion as an adjunct to our core business, that of being the premiere real time sports wire service in the nation.”
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