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Posted on July 25th, 2012 by

Categories: General, PGTV, Upcoming

Polk County Sports Marketing is on-air weekly in both television and radio. Listen live to PCSM’s “Sport Central” shows for updates in sports and events around the community.

Sports Central TV

Watch the guys of PCSM on television as they sit down with key members of the sports community and guests from around the county to discuss Polk upcomings. PGTV’s Sports Central is a biweekly television production dishing out the latest in Central Florida sports along with local current events. Tune in live every-other-Friday at noon for a new episode.

Catch Sports Central on PGTV, Polk County’s Government Television channel, airing on: Bright House Channel 622, Verizon Channel 20, Comcast Channel 5 or live online .

To catch up on past episodes, visit Central Florida Sports on YouTube or Pinterest where the latest episodes are uploaded.

The next live episode is Friday, July 27.

This Friday, hosts Mark Jackson & Hank Longo will sit down with guests Geno Stopowenko of Dirty Foot Adventures discussing the Dirty Foot Adventure Run on September 8, Christy Hemenway of the Ridge Art Alliance detailing the Chain of Lakes Golf Splash on August 25 and Mickey Etherton, Parks and Recreation Director for the City of Auburndale speaking about “A Day in the Park” taking place September 8.

Sports Central Radio

Listen to Sports Central on the radio with Polk County Sports Marketing serving as hosts. Turn your radio to WLKF 1430, and tune in every Thursday at 5:00 p.m. Hear the Sports Marketing guys chat about local sports as well as college and professional sports leagues. PCSM’s generous partners provide the prizes for the trivia questions held throughout the show.

During the show, be sure to look for hints to the trivia questions on Twitter. Call the channel at 863-682-1430 to win or to voice your thoughts on a particular topic.

Find past programs online at: WLKF-Sports Central.

Tune in tomorrow at 5:00 p.m. when three-time Olympic Gold Medalist, Brooke Bennett, calls the show.

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