ETSN.fm + Hot 107.3 Jamz Are Partnerning Again to Broadcast Whitehouse Football
Townsquare Media properties ETSN.fm (East Texas Sports Network) and Hot 107.3 Jamz are partnering again to broadcast Whitehouse High School football in 2015.
Hot 107.3 Jamz (call letters KISX, 107.3 FM on your dial) will broadcast every Whitehouse High School football game this fall live on the radio and online.
Longtime East Texas radio broadcasters Bryan Houston and Kenny Smith will be doing the Whitehouse games in 2015, with Houston doing play-by-play and Smith color commentary from the field. The two bring decades of experience calling games in East Texas.
"We are thrilled to have Bryan back with Kenny to call Whitehouse football this season. These two guys have incredible talent and experience covering football in East Texas," said ETSN.fm editor-in-chief Chase Colston.
Whitehouse football is sponsored in-part by Apache Construction, RibMasters, Tire Worx, Whitehouse Floor and Interiors, Special T's, Nix Landscaping, The Enright Group, Stainback's Whitehouse Garage, J&M Trophies, The Gold Buyer, Kelly AC & Heat, Roquemore's Hardware, Telco Plus Federal Credit Union, Ameri-Tex Services, Longhorn Ford and Lone Star Dodge in Mineola, Long's Irrigation and Landscaping Company and Kelly Tractor and Equipment.
ETSN.fm, which is owned by Townsquare Media, also has partner radio stations Kicks 105.1 and Q107 in Lufkin that broadcast Lufkin and Nacogdoches football, respectively.
The broadcast will feature dynamic pregame and postgame shows with Houston, Smith and Whitehouse coaches and players, as well as a postgame scoreboard show brought to you by our live scoreboard here on ETSN.fm.
If you are unable to listen to Hot 107.3 Jamz in your car or with a radio, you can download the Hot 107.3 Jamz app for iPhone or Android, or download the RadioPup app, to listen wherever you go. You can also go to http://hot1073jamz.com/listen-live to listen to the broadcast from your computer.
Hot 107.3 Jamz is one of the top-rated radio stations in East Texas with a 50,000-watt signal, making its broadcast readily available to everyone in Whitehouse and almost the entire greater East Texas area. Its music broadcast is old school and today's R&B, featuring Steve Harvey in the Mornings, Lynne Haze mid-days, Shani Scott in the afternoons and Keith Sweat at nights.