ETSN.fm + Hot 107.3 Jamz to Broadcast Whitehouse Football This Fall
ETSN.fm + Hot 107.3 Jamz have partnered together again in 2013 to broadcast high school football, and this year we are proud to announce we will be covering Whitehouse football games each Friday night on the radio.
Hot 107.3 Jamz (call letters KISX, 107.3 FM on your dial) will broadcast every Whitehouse High School football game this fall live on the radio and online.
Longtime East Texas radio broadcasters (or legends as we like to call them) Bryan Houston and Kenny Smith will be doing the Whitehouse games in 2013, with Houston doing play-by-play and Smith color commentary from the field. The two bring decades of experience calling games in East Texas (we've lost count in the number of the years).
"We are thrilled to have Bryan join Kenny in the booth to call Whitehouse football this season. These two guys have incredible talent and experience covering football in East Texas," said ETSN.fm managing editor Chase Colston. "We expect Whitehouse to have a great 2013 season, and we're thrilled to be part of that with Hot 107.3 Jamz."
ETSN.fm, which is owned by Townsquare Media, also has partner radio stations Kicks 105.1 and Q107 in Lufkin that broadcast Lufkin and Nacogdoches football, respectively. You can go here to read more about our relationships with these stations and our football broadcasts.
The broadcast will feature dynamic pregame and postgame shows with Houston, Smith and Whitehouse coaches and players, as well as a postgame scoreboard show brought to you by our live scoreboard here on ETSN.fm.
If you are unable to listen to Hot 107.3 Jamz in your car or with a radio, you can download the Hot 107.3 Jamz app for iPhone or Android, or download the RadioPup app, to listen wherever you go. You can also go to http://hot1073jamz.com/listen-live to listen to the broadcast from your computer.
Hot 107.3 Jamz is the No. 1-rated radio station in East Texas with a 50,000-watt signal, making its broadcast readily available to everyone in Whitehouse and almost the entire greater East Texas area. Its music broadcast is old school and today's R&B, featuring Steve Harvey in the Mornings, Baby J Mid-Days, Skip Murphy in the afternoons and Keith Sweat at nights.