The Minnesota Sporting Journal radio show is about to kick off!
We’ve been pretty busy around the office. Writing articles. Taking photos. Fishing. Hunting. You know “slaving away”.
But there has been some work getting done. The Fall issue is really taking shape and looks to be something that belongs in everyone’s mailbox. Sign up now so you get the Fall issue. We’ll be letting the cat out of the bag about it’s content soon, but I can tell you now that if you like deer, pheasants, grouse, ducks, geese, muskies and walleyes, you’ll like this issue.
The new media arm of the company is set to launch this weekend on numerous radio stations. Minnesota Sporting Journal radio is a fast paced one-hour show that encompasses all that the outdoors in Minnesota has to offer. Hosted by myself along with Ben Brettingen and Matt Soberg.
This weeks show includes Laura Schara getting proposed to, Johnnie Candle tells us how we can find fish in the fall, Scott Threinen talks Minnesota honkers, Nick Anthony gives us the lowdown on Lake of the Woods as a vacation destination and Aaron Templin talks about what lake is hot.
You can find out more about the show, hear a sample and find out what station you can hear it on by clicking here.
I’d like to personally thank the first round of stations that signed up to carry the show. You are never sure how something will be received when you start something new. I couldn’t be more excited about the reception it’s been getting. It’s going to be a fun show that you should enjoy listening to. If you don’t please lie and tell me you do? Ok? ok.
Please listen to these stations, buy from their advertisers and thank them for carrying our show. I promise 7 years of good luck if you do.
Speaking of advertising, if you advertise in our magazine you can get a great deal on radio ads in the show. How bout getting your message across from Bismarck to Duluth and Baudette to the Twin Cities? That’s a pretty big listening area with a lot of outdoorsmen in it. Get ahold of me if you want more info.
We’ll be adding a few more stations to the mix so if you live outside our coverage, hold tight. We’ll get there. In fact tell your favorite station to carry the show! And then tell me what station you talked to. Makes my job a whole lot easier and gives me more time to
hunt contribute to an awesome magazine.
Bret “T-Bone” Amundson