March 13, 2007 11:19 ET

ESPN Founder Launches CF Sports Talk Studio™

PHILADELPHIA--(Collegiate Presswire - March 13, 2007) - Just in time for March Madness, ESPN Founder Bill Rasmussen today launched another innovative concept for sports fans to devour - unlimited sports talk shows from the CF Sports Talk Studio. The newly launched website offers every fan the opportunity to host his or her own sports talk show as often as they like - worldwide - absolutely free of charge. Any fan can participate as a host, ask questions live or online, or just listen to any one of several simultaneous shows.

Moderator Mike Riccio welcomes scheduled guest hosts Dave Irwin on the ACC Wednesday at 5:00PM Eastern followed at 6:00 PM Eastern for a full hour with Mike Litos, author of Cinderella: Inside the Rise of Mid-Major College Basketball. Mike shares an inside look at a season among the NCAA's mid-major programs featuring the Colonial Athletic Association.

Rasmussen, dubbed "The Father of Cable Sports" by USAToday, called today's launch, "A logical extension of what we unleashed in 1979. Now every fan can host his/her own sports talk show. If you're a fan, if you know sports and you think you have what it takes to host a sports talk show, this is your chance," he said.

"The CF Sports Talk Studio," powered by Linqware Communications, Inc, "is the most exciting innovation we have created for consumers in my 25 years in this business," said Tod Turner, CEO of Linqware. "Just imagine - thousands of fans simultaneously hosting their own sports talk shows, from their home computers, to a worldwide audience."

The much anticipated Campus Fans website was unveiled today. The CF Sports Talk Studio is just one of the exciting options at the fresh new site. In addition, the site offers another exclusive feature, the CF FansFone along with a personalized Fan Page, Fan Video and Fan Foto Galleries, a Fan Finder and Fan Forums.

The CF FansFone, also powered by Linqware, allows fans from around the nation to experience the "virtual game-watching" and "virtual tailgating" frenzy on game day, from anywhere, with just their phones. is based in Philadelphia, PA.

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