Document Management Company Employee and Former NFL Player, Edward Smith III, Hosts Unique, Fan-Oriented Sports Talk Show

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OSAM document management company employee and former Atlanta Falcon Tight End, Edward Smith III, now hosts EZ Sports Talk Show, a local sports talk radio show that airs weekly on KXXT 1010-AM in Phoenix, AZ.

Document Management Company, OSAM Document Solutions, Inc.

Document Management Company, OSAM Document Solutions, Inc.

We are aiming to make a one-of-a-kind, fan-oriented show that both avid and casual sports fans can relate to.

OSAM document management company employee and former Atlanta Falcon Tight End, Edward Smith III, now hosts EZ Sports Talk Show, a local sports talk radio show that airs weekly on KXXT 1010-AM in Phoenix, Ariz.

The EZ Sports Talk Show aims to create a unique, fan-oriented atmosphere that will take listeners beyond the normal highlights and scores of the average sports broadcast. Smith will provide a rare look into what it is like to be a professional athlete and address issues in the sports world that many hosts will not such as:

  •     Steroids/Amphetamines in the NFL
  •     Medication and How it is Distributed in the NFL
  •     Concussions and Post Concussion Syndrome
  •     The NFL Line of Scrimmage – Organized Chaos
  •     The Super Bowl Experience

“We are aiming to make a one-of-a-kind, fan-oriented show that both avid and casual sports fans can relate to,” said Smith, who does the show in addition to his full-time job at OSAM Document Solutions, Inc., a document management company in Arizona. “Our radio and live-streaming venue gives us the ability to take phone calls from viewers live in the studio and to have guests on live and in-studio to talk directly to fans across the nation. The show will focus on sports fans as we take them behind the scenes and into the locker room to answer questions that have been asked time and time again.”

Edward Smith III chose to forgo a college education and pursue a professional sports career directly out of high school in 1987. He was drafted in the 7th round of the MLB draft by the Chicago White Sox and began his quest to accomplish his childhood dream of playing professional baseball. Overcoming incredible odds, Smith pursued football as a second career. His transformation from a minor league baseball veteran to an NFL tight end was accomplished by a level of dedication and perseverance rarely seen. His hard work culminated in an appearance in Super Bowl XXXIII as a member of 1998 NFC Champions the Atlanta Falcons. In March 2010, Smith joined Arizona document management company, OSAM Document Solutions, Inc. Working as an account manager, Smith manages a large portion of OSAM’s existing customer base in the government sector.

EZ Sports Talk airs live each weekend at 6:00 p.m. The new sports show schedule is every Saturday at 6:00 p.m. (MST) on KXXT 1010 in Phoenix. All streaming and podcasts can be accessed at http://www.ezsportstalk.com.

OSAM Document Solutions, Inc. delivers document management systems that fulfill the needs of their customers and prospects. They survey, demonstrate, recommend, implement and support all the document management systems they provide. With OSAM, you can rest assured that your document management system will stand the test of time.

Contact OSAM Document Solutions, Inc. for more information about our document management systems or call (800) 279-6726.

About OSAM Document Solutions Inc.
OSAM Document Solutions, Inc. provides dynamic, customized document management solutions. OSAM’s document management knowledge, experience and product diversity allow them to utilize state-of-the-art software and procedures to ensure success with every project. OSAM’s certified consulting staff recommends, implements and supports document management systems that allow you to access information immediately.

Learn more about OSAM’s document management solutions at http://www.osaminc.com.

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