|THE PHILLIP FULMER SHOW|
fans across the state and the Southeast faithfully watch the
"The Phillip Fulmer Show" each week for comprehensive in-depth
coverage of Tennessee football.
Since the mid-1960s the Vol Network has been a trailblazing pioneer in the production of coaches shows and the Network continues to be an innovative leader in the field. "The Phillip Fulmer Show" is one of only a few one-hour-long coaches' shows in the country.
In addition to a comprehensive review of the Vols most recent gridiron battle, "The Phillip Fulmer Show" keeps fans informed and entertained with a fast paced format and high-tech features. In the span of one hour, viewers are exposed to detailed game highlights, weekly player, program and tradition features, locker room interviews, music videos and expert analysis by the head coach of the Vols.
Coach Phillip Fulmer and the Vol Network's Bob Kesling co-host the show each Sunday from the UT campus. Award winning producers Barry Rice and Link Hudson return to expertly oversee the production end of the heralded show.
Every quadrant of the state is covered by "The Phillip Fulmer Show" which boasts affiliates in Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis, Jackson, Nashville and the Tri-Cities. Check affiliate listings in the table below for air times.
the blanket coverage across the state of Tennessee, "The Phillip
Fulmer Show" teams up again this year with the expansive FOX
Sports Net to bring Tennessee football into living
rooms outside the boundaries of the state. This season, "The
Phillip Fulmer Show" will be available to more than seven
million subscribers in FOX Sport Net seven-state South region.
The network covers the states of Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky,
Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
|* Affiliates and time clearances are subject to change. Check local listings|
|THE BRUCE PEARL SHOW|
"The Bruce Pearl Show" is a thirty-minute weekly insight into Tennessee basketball. Coach Pearl joins the Vol Network's Bob Kesling for nine successive programs taking viewers through the entire SEC schedule from early January to the end of the regular season.
"The Bruce Pearl Television Show" has set a new standard for TV coaches' shows with its format, content and access. The revolutionary show has been hailed by critics as a ground-breaking video documentary series. "The Bruce Pearl Show" takes a behind-the-scenes and personal look at the inner workings of the University of Tennessee basketball program. Award-winning producers Barry Rice, Link Hudson and Kyle Payne deliver a realistic slice-of-life production unique to the college coaches' show genre. More of this award-winning excellence is in store for the 2005-06 season. Fans will be treated to an entertaining inside look at the Vols as well as special features and game highlights.
The show will again been seen throughout the state of Tennessee and the Southeast. In addition to clearances in all major Tennessee markets plus eight million homes on the powerful FOX Sports Net South Network, "The Bruce Pearl Show" can also be seen on the expanding Comcast/Charter Southeast Network (CSS). This regional sports network will air the show weekly plus telecast select live Tennessee basketball games to viewers in multiple Southeastern states.
|THE PAT SUMMITT SHOW|
""The Pat Summitt Show" takes Tennessee fans inside the workings of the most dominant women's basketball program in the country. This entertaining 30-minute show is hosted by legendary coach Pat Summitt and the Vol Network's Bob Kesling. The show includes game highlights, exclusive behind the scenes player and team features, as well as a scouting report for the upcoming week in Lady Vol basketball.
The show airs for nine consecutive weeks during basketball season and is shown locally in Knoxville on WBIR-TV.
Complimenting the coverage in the state of Tennessee, "The Pat Summitt Show" teams up again this year with regional sports icons FOX Sports Net South and Comcast Sports Net (CSS) to make Tennessee women's basketball available to approximately 10 million subscribers in a seven-state region. FOX Sports Net South and CSS covers all or portions of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. It is also available nationally on CSTV.
Steve Early serves as the General Manager of the Vol Television Network.