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Hartly, DE – The Heritage Sports Radio Network (HSRN) known as “The Voice of HBCU Sports”, has launched the new HSRN “The Network -Voice of Choice” as it expands its services from strictly a broadcast platform for HBCU football and basketball games, to a 24/7 Network, streaming programming for the HBCU community and beyond.Heritage Sports Radio Network

“Since our inception in {2006} we have been have had a vision of providing programming to service the entire community,” says HSRN President and CEO, Omarr Bashir. “With the hard work and dedication of several individuals, we are finally able to bring this concept to fruition.”

“HSRN – “The Network - Voice of Choice” format will not only consist of live broadcasts of HBCU football and basketball games, but will also include:

   HBCU Coaches Shows

   Talk shows

   Re-broadcast of HBCU collegiate games

   Original sports programming from HBCU schools

   HBCU Lifestyle and Community issues

Since 2006, HSRN has broadcast more black college sporting events than any other sports network. By combining state of the art technology with cutting edge programming, HSRN looks to become “the preeminent “Voice of Choice” of HBCU news and sports.

HSRN – “The Network -Voice of Choice” programming will consists not only of game broadcasts, but talk shows, feature segments and news updates from around the entire HBCU community to provide a broad canvas to paint an accurate picture of this unique sports community. Our mission will be to entertain and educate our audience as we pay tribute to the stars of yesteryear and those currently on the rise.

“We recognize that is was time for someone to create a voice for a community that has been a long productive part of the world” said Program Director Thomas Hill.

Programming is currently available by downloading the HSRN App, at or

For more information on HSRN - The Network, contact Program Director Thomas Hill at 302-492-1132 or online at thill27604@yahoo,.com.


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