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EAST LIVERPOOL, OH — Have you listened to the radio lately? The radio waves have perk up a little in northeast Ohio each Saturday morning from 7-8 a.m. That’s when the Ohio Valley Outdoors Radio Show’s live broadcast can be heard on ESPN 1240 and WSOM (NewsTalk) 600 (both AM stations) from Youngstown, OH. The show can also be heard on the Internet at www.wbbw.com (ESPN 1240’s homepage) or www.600wsom.com. Click the ‘Listen Now’ button.






The OVO Radio Show features hunting and fishing experts each week as special guests. The show also takes calls from listeners during the one-hour program, which is broadcast live from the ESPN studio on Simon Road in Youngstown. OVO Publisher Larry Claypool and Pro Staffer and Advertising Executive John Csizmadia hosts the show each week. OVO writer Bill Waugaman also contributes.

ESPN and WSOM are part of eight radio stations owned by Cumulus Media in the Youngstown, OH market. The other regional stations are: K-105, Y-103, HOT 101, Rock 104, ESPN 96.7 (all FM stations) and AM signal WPIC 790.

The phone number to call during the OVO Radio Show is 330-782-1240.

Past guest include: Regis Semko of the PA Game Commission; OVO writer and OV Times Field Editor Brian Miller; Jay Klein of the Salem Hunting Club; Phil Hillman, Fisheries Biologist with the Ohio DNR; Division of Wildlife, OVO writer and The Hunting and Fishing TV Show co-host Jack Kiser; Pro Walleye Angler Johnnie Candle; Glenn Baker of Glenn’s Archery and Tackle; Ohio Gun Lawyer Derek DeBrosse; Tom Vatalaro of Vic’s Sports Center; Paul Arnold of Bushnell Optics, OVO writer Tommy Kirkland, fly fishing guides Jerry Darkes and Greg Senyo, OVO PA Editor Ralph Scherder, Tom Brandt of Federal Premium Ammunition and Tom Frank, ODNR Division of Wildlife Officer for Mahoning County.

 
 
 
 
 

 

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