LAKER BROADCASTER, STU LANTZ SPEAKS OUT ABOUT NEW SEASON WITHOUT CHICK HEARN ON CELEBRITY SPORTS TALK, THIS SUNDAY, SEPT. 29TH ON KMPC 1540 AM LOS ANGELES & WSNR 620 AM NEW YORK

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Laker Commentator, Stu Lantz talks about the late Chick Hearn and the new Laker Season on Celebrity Sports Talk - a New 2-hr. LIVE weekly radio sports program -featuring pro athletes, and their celebrity fans, specializing in a call-in/interactive listener participation, with sports issues and how discussions relate to people of color.

Los Angeles, CA --- Last Sunday, kicked off the premiere broadcast launch of Celebrity Sports Talk – where Hollywood and Sports merged together on the two-hour LIVE weekly bi-coastal radio simulcast, (and via the Internet at http://www.celebritysportstalk.com) hosted by former NBA star, Marques Johnson and Los Angeles Times Sports Columnist, J.A. Adande. And the show launched on Emmy night, with rave reviews and a super-packed interview with former Los Angeles Laker, A.C. Green, who discussed many things, including being a 5-month ‘newlywed.’ This Sunday, September 29th, at 6 PM - 8 PM (PT), 9 PM - 11 PM (ET) Celebrity SportsTalk produced by Los Angeles-based full-service production company, Spectrum Broadcasting will feature L.A. Laker Analyst/Color Commentator /Sports Broadcaster, Stu Lantz who will talk about the new Los Angeles Laker season underway for the first time in his 16 years, without broadcast legend, the late Chick Hearn.

Stu Lantz has over thirty years affiliated with the NBA as both a player and a color commentator, and has received numerous awards including being chosen Southern California’s best radio commentator in five of the last 6 years by the Southern California Sports Broadcaster’s Association. In 2000 he was named best television commentator, and has been part of the Emmy Award winning KCAL-TV broadcast of the Lakers Pre-Game show, “Laker Time.” His NBA career boasts a career starting off with the San Diego Rockets where he averaged a career-high in both scoring ( 20.6) and rebounding (5.0). His NBA career went on with the Detroit Pistons, (1972-74), New Orleans Jazz (1974) and then he was traded to the Lakers in December of 1974. And from there,his broadcasting career began after two years, where he retired from basketball with a back injury.

Celebrity Sports Talk is a broad-based, fast-paced, upbeat, informative, humorous and fun interactive radio program featuring discussions about sports and sports issues, especially as they relate to people of color. This show pioneers a new concept which will interact and relate to this issue in an entertaining and informative way. Special spotlights on guest athletes from all sports as well as their celebrity sports fans will be featured. Listeners will be able to participate via telephone and interact with the hosts, star athletes, and celebrity guests by calling 888/TALK455.

KMPC 1540 AM Los Angeles and WSNR 620 AM New York will air the weekly Sunday program with more affiliates to come. And in the weeks to follow, the show will deliver other ‘big names,’ including San Diego-born NFL Superstar, Ricky Williams, running back for the Miami Dolphins and soap-opera actor, James Reynolds who has starred as “Abe Carver” for nine years on NBC’s “Days of Our Lives” and “Henry Marshall” on “Generations” are slated as guests for Oct. 6th and 13th.

For more information, call Celebrity Sports Talk Publicist, Stacey Kumagai at 818/506-8675 for special interviews, requests and additional materials or send an email request to mediamonster@yahoo.com    

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