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December 4, 2013

Box To Row Sports Talk Expands to SiriusXM Channel 142 HBCU

Image from this year's Bayou Classic football game from the Superdome
with Southern University defeating Grambling State University 40 to 17.




















For close to two years, the national sports talk show
FROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW has been airing on H.U.R. Voices Channel
141 on the SiriusXM Satellite Radio platform under its moniker Boxtorow
Lunch w/ Donal Ware.

The show will now expand on SiriusXM and will also air on HBCU Channel 142
– which launched on Thursday at 12 a.m. ET – beginning Saturday (November
16) and will air each Saturday 12 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT.

“I am extremely excited about the expansion of Boxtorow as the show really
continues to grow,” said Donal Ware, founder of DWCommunications, LLC, the
rights holder of the show and the show’s host.  “With expansion of the
show two years ago, we added an entertainment element and expanded more
into professional sports talk.  Having FROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW air
on HBCU Channel 142 allows us to expand our already comprehensive HBCU
sports talk”

Boxtorow Lunch w/ Donal Ware debuted on H.U.R. Voices on December 2, 2011
and airs each Friday from 1-2 p.m. ET and is replayed Tuesdays from 8-9
a.m. ET.  The show blends sports talk and entertainment.  Ware has
interviewed and talked sports with entertainment guests including Snoop
Lion, Joss Stone, Janelle Monae, Meagan Good, Aretha Franklin, Tyrese,
Rakim, Charlie Wilson, and Gladys Knight to name a very few.

FROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW currently airs on 27 terrestrial radio
stations in markets such as Washington, DC, U.S. Virgin Islands/Puerto
Rico, Pittsburgh, Austin, TX, Raleigh/Durham, NC, Nashville, Hampton
Roads, VA, New Orleans, and Greensboro, NC.

FROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW began airing on August 20, 2005 on radio
stations in Atlanta, Baltimore/Washington, DC, Raleigh-Durham, NC,
Greensboro-Winston-Salem, NC, and Birmingham, AL.  The show has broadcast
from or covered events such as Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa, the CIAA
Tournament, the 2009, 2011, and 2013 MLB All-Star Games, the 2009, 2010,
and 2013 (Game 7) NBA Finals, the 2011 NHL All-Star Game, and numerous NBA
All-Star weekends.

Ware has interviewed sports figures including Serena Williams, Michael
Vick, Jerry Rice, Jim Brown, Demarcus Ware, Mike Krzyzewski, Gabby
Douglas, Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington, Minnesota Vikings head
coach Leslie Frazier, Kurt Warner, and Kevin Durant to name a few.


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