The World Series of Poker (WSOP) is getting its own radio show.
WSOP Radio will be produced by Bluff Media and will be available to more than 200 radio stations that are part of the Sports Byline Radio Network, Harrah’s announced.
The two-hour weekly radio show will be heard every Monday from 8-10 p.m. Eastern Time, Harrah’s said.
“World Series of Poker Radio is the latest addition to our broadcasting and new media portfolio and opens up a new way for us to connect with our fans and players,” said WSOP Commissioner Jeffrey Pollack.
“We’re now on the air every week with the biggest names in the game, news from the WSOP and insights from top poker analysts,” he added.
Listeners can participate in the show by calling 1-866-925-TALK, Harrah’s said.
Guests on the program will include celebrities, past and present WSOP champions, tournament officials and up-and-coming players from around the world, Harrah’s announced.
WSOP Radio will be hosted by Nick Geber, a longtime poker commentator and Fox TV host, Harrah’s said.
“I’m very excited to bring poker’s Major League to the airwaves,” Geber said.
“Now sports radio and poker fans can follow and participate in the action of the World Series of Poker every Monday!”
In addition to the radio stations that will carry the show, the show will also be heard via the Internet at www.worldseriesofpoker.com, www.blufffmagazine.com and www.sportsbyline.com, Harrah’s said.
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