Sailing on Sports Talk Radio

On April 3, a friend from South Beach Yacht Club, Patti Mangan, sent us the following alert: “I am on the ground floor of launching a radio program covering the sport of sailing. We have some pros, some classics and some local coverage. We have about 22 minutes within a two-hour sports program. I am handling marketing — social media, drive content, lining up guests, and building up sponsorship/ad sales — and I am super-excited!”

The San Francisco-based show, Sail Sport Talk, premiered on Thursday, April 4, on Sports Byline USA. Weekly 22-minute segments will air every Tuesday at 9:37 a.m. beginning on April 9, as a new segment in Rick Tittle’s Titillating Sports. On April 4, two members from the US Sail GP Team, Rome Kirby and Mac Agnese, were interviewed to mark the one-month-out date of Sail GP coming to San Francisco Bay on May 4-5. Also interviewed were sailors from the Congressional Cup, and Bob Walden of the Yacht Racing Association on Berkeley Yacht Club’s Rollo Wheeler Regatta and more.

Sail GP fleet
Sail Sport Talk Radio’s website splash image.
© 2019 Sail GP

Here are 10 ways to tune in to the Sail Sport Talk segment of Rick Tittle’s weekday morning show Titillating Sports:

  1. Channel 122 on XM Sirius Radio through multiple devices, including: your vehicle, PlayStation, Roku, Apple TV, Smart TVs, Blu Ray and media players, XM Sirius App for mobile devices, plus online streaming. XM Sirius offers a free trial subscription at www.siriusxm.com.
  2. i heart radio: www.iheart.com/live/sports-byline-usa-6673.
  3. Tune In Radio: https://tunein.com/radio/Sports-Byline-USA-s45194.
  4. Channel 2 on CRN Talk Radio:  http://crntalk.com/sportsbylineusa.
  5. Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/podcast/sports-byline-usa.
  6. Twitch: http://sportsbyline.com/tag/twitch.
  7. American Forces Network: 500 stations in 168 countries.
  8. Online streaming on the Sports Byline USA website: http://sportsbyline.com.
  9. United Airlines in-flight programming.
  10. Terrestrial radio stations. West Coast stations include:

Alaska

Anchorage – KFQD – 750 AM
Juneau – KJNO – 630 AM

California

Auburn – KAHI – 950 AM
Bakersfield – KGEO – 1230 AM
Banning – KMET – 1490 AM
Chico – KPAY – 1290 AM
Los Angeles – KLAA – 1330 AM
Loma Linda – KCAA – 1050 AM
Lancaster – KAVL – 610 AM
Mendocino – KMFB – 92.7 FM
Merced – KTIQ – 1660 AM
Mount Shasta – KMJC – 620 AM
Modesto – KFIV – 1360 AM
Porterville – KTIP – 1450 AM
Redding – KNRO – 600 AM
Richmond – KDIA – 1640 AM
Santa Barbara – KIST – 1340 AM
San Diego – XX 1090 – 1090 AM
San Luis Obispo – KVEC – 1360 AM
Sacramento – KHTK 1140 AM
Santa Maria – KSMX – 1240 AM
Stockton – KWSX – 1280 AM
Yreka – KSYC – 1490 AM

Hawaii

Hilo – KPUA – 670 AM
Kahului – KAOI – 1110 AM
Lihue- KQNG – 570 AM

Oregon

Hillsboro – KUIK – 1360 AM
Portland – KOTK – 910 AM
Salem – KSLM – 1390 AM

Washington

Centralia – KELA – 1470 AM
Port Angeles – KONP – 1450 AM
Prosser – KZXR – 1310 AM
Seattle – KQBZ – 100.7 FM
Wenatchee – KPQ – 560 AM
Yakima – KIT – 1280 AM

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