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SportsMax to shoot in T&T
SportsMax will bring its daily sports talk show, the SportsMax Zone, to T&T tomorrow.
The Jamaican based show hosted by Simon Crosskill and Alexis Nunes will anchor from Trotters Sports Bar, Maraval Road from 5.30 pm to 7 pm with the public invited to join the live viewing audience.
The taping will follow SportsMax’s airing of the UEFA Champions League semi-final match between FC Bayern and Barcelona on big screen at Trotters.
SportsMax marketing manager Tanya Lee believes this is a great step for SportsMax and the Zone show as, “our taping at Trotters will allow us to connect directly with our legion of fans in T&T who have made the show the number one Sports talk show on cable in the Caribbean!”
The airing will feature interviews with Dwight Yorke, Stern John, Anil Roberts, Keshorn Walcott, Njisane Phillip and members of the TnT cricket team.
The daily talk show is hosted in Kingston, Jamaica daily by WIPA president Wavell Hinds, reknown cricket commentator Crosskill and news anchor and analyst Nunes and is shown throughout 25 Caribbean countries and in the United States and Canada.
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