Foothill Ranch, Calif. (PRWEB) August 19, 2009
iBN Sports, an internet-based broadcast television network, is adding over twenty accomplished broadcasters to provide the most professional live coverage of high school sports on the Web as it looks to cover over 500 high school events in the upcoming school year. The list of new hires includes radio veterans Josh Suchon of KABC 790's "Dodger Talk", Isaac Lowenkron of Fox Sports Radio and Pete Fox of ESPN Radio.
Also being added to the broadcast team are several university play-by-play talents such as Mark Roberts, the voice of UC Irvine, Randy Scovil, the voice of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and Tom Kolker, the basketball and baseball play-by-play talent for the Universty of Portland. Other up and coming talents that will add to the expanding iBN Sports broadcasting crew are baseball broadcasters Sam Farber from the Colorado Springs Sky Sox, Tim Slack from the Orange County Flyers and Jeff Levering from the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.
The new voices will join the lead broadcast team of Jordan Moore, Director of Broadcasters, and Steve Henkle. "We are thrilled to welcome a talented and diverse group of broadcasting talent to the iBN Sports family." says Moore. "We want to create the highest standard of broadcasting on the internet and we believe that this group will uphold that vision."
Other broadcasters working to support iBN's expanding statewide coverage of high school sports are Mitch McLaughlin, Mark Heffernan, Austin Olson, Danny Lee, George Devine Jr., Rahshaun Haylock, Scott Armstrong, Mark Leinweaver, Jim O'Reilly, Jim Brinson and Tim Gooszen.
"For the past three years iBN Sports has predominantly focused on the high school teams in the Southern Section," said Chuck Lee, President of iBN Sports. "With this upcoming season we are rolling out plans to broaden our reach to include premiere teams up and down the state. Bringing on this roster of talented professionals to call the games we have selected will no doubt add to the enjoyment for our fans."