VSiN & VoiceAmerica Launch Sports & Gaming Channel

July 13, 2023
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VoiceAmerica plans to make VSiN's sports betting content the foundation of its new gaming channel.

24/7 broadcast network, VSiN has announced that it has signed a content distribution agreement with digital broadcast company VoiceAmerica to launch VoiceAmerica Sports & Gaming Channel powered by VSiN.

VoiceAmerica plans to make VSiN’s sports betting content the foundation of its new gaming channel. The new channel is now live and joins VoiceAmerica’s other audio channels such as VoiceAmerica Variety, VoiceAmerica Business, VoiceAmerica Empowerment and VoiceAmerica Health & Wellness.

Alex Schild, VP of Programming at VoiceAmerica, said, "We pursued VSiN’s content because it’s the gold standard in the sports betting industry. As sports betting continues to expand across the country, the demand for this content will continue to grow, and we wanted to align our brand with the best in the category. VSiN content aligns with our current offerings and we believe it will be a hit with our listeners.”

Brian Musburger, founder and CEO of VSiN, said, "We’re thrilled to work with VoiceAmerica to bring VSiN’s brand of sports wagering content to even more of the nation’s growing number of fans who bet on sports. This relationship will further expand VSiN’s audio reach, building on our position as the largest sports betting network in the US.”

This year VSiN and Binnie Media launched a new 24/7 sports betting radio channel in New Hampshire.

VSiN was acquired by DraftKings in 2021 and has a catalogue of 15 podcasts and over 300 radio stations sharing tips and predictions across college and pro football, college and pro basketball, hockey, baseball, golf and tennis amongst other sports.


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