Live from Ames, Iowa, the 2012 Beep Baseball World Series Championship Game
Friday, July 27, 2012
The National Beep Baseball Association, in partnership with KASI (1430 AM), A Clear Channel Radio Station, will be bringing live coverage of the 2012 Beep Baseball World Series championship game between the Austin Blackhawks and the Taiwan Homerun, from the campus of Iowa State University. As part of the weeklong Beep Baseball World Series tournament being held in Ames, Iowa, the championship game is set to air live on Saturday, July 28, 2012 at 10:45 a.m. Central Daylight Time.
The Ames Convention & Visitors Bureau is hosting 17 teams from all over the continental United States and Taiwan during the week-long competition. A combination of 375 athletes and volunteers from different teams make up the teams competing for the top honor.
Kevin Barrett, Director of Public Relations for the NBBA states, "Beep baseball has been played competitively since 1976, but never has it been aired globally for all to listen to it in the NBBA's entire history."
Dan Greene, President of the NBBA stated, "Beep Baseball is a sport for everyone and anyone throughout the world, and with the live coverage of our championship game, we will reach out to the world and show how wonderful our sport really can be."
Thank you to our sponsors
The NBBA would like to thank the advertisers for the live broadcast. The following corporations that serve the blind and partially sighted community are partnering with the NBBA to bring this broadcast live:
Listening to the live coverage:
If you are going to be on hand to be part of the Championship game, you can tune in locally on your handheld radio to 1430 KASI on the AM dial. If you are anywhere else, you can listen live by clicking on the below link on your Windows or Apple computer. Be sure to have the most recent update of the flash player and you can listen live. Click here to listen live.
If you want to listen on your iPhone/iPad, Android, Blackberry, Windows 7 phone or Kindle device, click here.
Coverage begins at:
- 11:45 AM Eastern
- 10:45 AM Central
- 9:45 AM Mountain
- 8:45 AM Pacific
on Saturday, July 28, 2012 from the heartland of America, Ames, Iowa. Tune in and experience the amazing athleticism of beep baseball.
About the National Beep Baseball Association:
The NBBA first began in 1976, and has facilitated and provided the opportunity for the sport of beep baseball to be played by those who are blind or partially sighted throughout the United States and Taiwan. For more information on how you can start your own team and enjoy all that beep baseball offers, visit: The National Beep Baseball Association.
Contributed by: The National Beep Baseball Association.
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