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2010 OVC Women’s Basketball Semifinals and Championship to be televised by Wazoo Sports

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. – The Ohio Valley Conference announced Friday that the Conference’s 2010 Women’s Basketball semifinals and championship will be produced and televised on Wazoo Sports. It marks the first time that the women’s semifinals will be televised live.

The semifinals will take place on March 5 while the championship will be held on March 6 at the Sommet Center in Nashville, Tenn. The two semifinals tip at 12 p.m. and 2 p.m CT while the championship begins at 3 p.m. Gary Gupton and Will Perdue will provide the analysis and play-by-play for Wazoo.

“Women’s basketball is important to the fabric of the Ohio Valley Conference. This is a positive step in drawing more attention to and further enhancing our commitment to the sport.” said Beth DeBauche, OVC Commissioner.

Wazoo Sports, Inc. is a Regional Sports Network that delivers coverage of NCAA, NAIA high school, and youth sports live and on-demand on television and over the Internet. Wazoo Sports has produced over 360 LIVE games and is currently in over 500,000 households in Kentucky. Wazoo Sports is headquartered in London, Kentucky.

“The OVC women’s tournament is a great event for Wazoo Sports,” said Doc Carpenter, President and CEO of Wazoo Sports. “We’re excited about bringing this tournament to Kentucky basketball fans across the state.”

Wazoo Sports is available on a variety of network channels throughout Kentucky including stations in Lexington, Louisville and Richmond. For more information and a complete list of Wazoo affiliates log onto http://www.wazoosports.com/.

In addition the broadcasts will be picked up by WEIU, WCTE, WQWQ (championship game only) and KMOV which are located in the markets of Charleston, Ill., Cookeville, Tenn., Cape Girardeau, Mo., and St. Louis, respectively.

The three games will also be streamed on OVCSports.TV for $9.95. For more information and to sign up log onto www.ovcsports.com.