SOURCE: World Center of Broadcast Media

World Center of Broadcast Media

March 03, 2016 13:22 ET

Capping His Diverse Four and a Half Decade Career, Legendary Broadcaster Pat O'Brien Launches New Weekly Show "Everything, All The Time" on World Center of Broadcast Media (WCOBM)

The Multi-Faceted TV and Radio Personality Brings His Wealth of Experience in Sports, Entertainment and Politics to the Fast Growing "Social Media Meets TV" Streaming Platform Tuesdays at 10 AM PST

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Mar 3, 2016) - Currently celebrating the paperback release of his 2014 New York Times bestselling autobiography I'll Be Right Back After This, legendary radio and TV personality Pat O'Brien recently affiliated with the World Center of Broadcast Media (WCOBM) to launch his new weekly show "Everything, All The Time."

Named for a line in the Eagles' classic "Life in the Fast Lane" to reflect its freewheeling, "anything-goes subject wise" content, the program -- based out of WCOBM's satellite studio in Hollywood -- streams live over the internet at www.wcobm.com Tuesdays at 10 a.m.

WCOBM Founder and President Gene Woods, a three time U.S. National Speedway Motorcycle Champion and owner and operator of the Las Vegas based Gene Woods Racing Experience, uses a clever racing metaphor to express his pleasure in landing O'Brien, a four time Emmy Award winner who has been part of the American sports, entertainment and political landscape for over four decades.

Since O'Brien is best known to many for his 16-year association with CBS Sports and his later affiliation with NBC Sports, let's let the raw stats speak to the experience O'Brien brings to the enterprise. He covered eight Olympic Games, 10 NBA Finals, 10 NCAA Final Fours, 25 U.S. Opens, in addition to various World Series, Super Bowls and NCAA Football Championships. Switching to entertainment anchoring, he was co-host of "Access Hollywood" from 1997-2004 and became lead host of the "Entertainment Tonight" spinoff "The Insider" from 2004-2008.

While adding to its diverse slate of weekly programs all the time, WCOBM, which launched in Las Vegas, later added its Hollywood facility. The network is currently building a new facility in Utah and will soon be expanding to Sacramento, Honolulu and Phoenix.

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