Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Sports Network Will Do Play-By-Play For Your Kid’s Soccer Game

SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Your kid’s soccer match probably isn’t going to be covered by ESPN or Fox Sports Network but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a play-by- play of it for yourself.

At least you can if you live in San Diego, where internet broadcaster Jeff Kurtz is willing to film any sporting event you want – and even provide a team of announcers to do play-by- play of the event.

Kurtz charges $200 for each game, plus $35 for a DVD of the event.

Mostly, Kurtz covers high school football and baseball games but he’s also done a softball game for a reunion of people from Michigan vacationing in San Diego – and is willing to cover a croquet game in Grandma’s backyard, or a frisbee golf match between friends.

In special cases, Kurtz even broadcasts the games over the internet, and sometimes gets 500 listeners for a single game.

Kurtz admits your kid’s soccer game probably won’t get ratings THAT high, but he's still surprised at the level of interest: One high school football game even had listeners as far away as Iraq and Tanzania.

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