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|Cox Cable Cleveland to air USA Wrestling Weekly and Takedown Media shows
Takedown Wrestling Media
Takedown Wrestling and USA Wrestling Weekly TV programs are pleased to announce a new relationship with Cox Cable’s On Demand Channel 1 in Ohio. The popular Takedown Wrestling and USA Wrestling Weekly programs will now be available to over 70,000 homes in the Cleveland area and beyond on a weekly basis.
The both programs is scheduled to be available the week of November 19th, 2011. Viewers in Ohio can tune in Cox Cable Channel 1 in the Cleveland Metro areas.
Takedown Wrestling TV is a half hour weekly sports news program covering all aspects of amateur wrestling. Host Scott Casber covers current developments in the sport along with insightful interviews with its top athletes and coaches. Casber’s passion for the “oldest and greatest sport” creates a fun, fast-paced show. Takedown Wrestling airs on many cable systems around the country and can also be viewed online at www.TakedownRadio.com and the best affiliated amateur wrestling websites.
“Ohio has a growing and rich tradition of wrestling on all levels,” said Cox Cable Station Manager Matt Fuller. “We're pleased to be adding both programs for our viewers who appreciate this outstanding and demanding sport.”
Casber, founder of Takedown Wrestling, said, “Distribution of both programs on Cox Cable is important for a variety of reasons. Ohio is wrestling! The tradition of the sport resides in Ohio. Wrestling fans understand the sport and want to see its continued growth. We understand the responsibility we have in this undertaking and will do our best to present wrestling in a positive manner.”
“Ohio is home to a large number of great programs like Ohio State, University of Ohio, Kent State, Notre Dame of Ohio and many more,” said Casber.
About USA Wrestling Weekly
USA Wrestling Weekly was started in 2011 as a way to promote the efforts of our US Wrestlers on the international level and provide coverage of all USA Wrestling activities. Starting with Internet distribution, USAWW has been successful in growing its programming base with cable affiliates around the country. Host Scott Casber, well-known throughout the sports community, speaks to wrestling groups and promotes the sport wherever he can. More information can be found online at USA Wrestling's TheMat.com and the web portal TheMat.tv
About Takedown Wrestling Media
Takedown Wrestling Media started in 1997 as a single one-hour radio program broadcast from Clear Channel's KXNO studios in Des Moines. TDR quickly added Internet distribution of its audio format and began to broadcast live events along with its weekly programs. Takedown Wrestling TV is an addition to the radio program and is available on Internet on 31 different sites and now televised on more than 42 Million homes per week, 52 weeks per year. More information can be found at: Takedownradio.com
About Cox Channel
Cox Media offers advanced cable and digital products in many markets across the United States. Cox Communications Inc., the third largest cable entertainment and broadband services provider in the country. Best known for pioneering the bundle of television, Internet, and communication services, Cox is widely acclaimed for its excellence in customer care and commitment to diversity