WO Automation for Radio Football Broadcast Webinar


Widen Your World: Radio automation for football play-by-play

Cost-effective solution to streamline live sportscasting

View this webinar to discover how WO Automation for Radio can help your football broadcasts run smoothly, allowing you to maximize the revenue opportunities of live game coverage.

Local coverage brings the game to family members and community supporters who can’t make it to the game in person. But even folks in the stands often appreciate listening to live play-by-play while watching the game.

In this webinar, we show you how WO Automation for Radio can help your station deliver high-quality, live football broadcasts with simplified play-by-play functionality designed for the unique needs of football.

You’ll learn how:

  • Live log editing can help you capture all revenue opportunities
  • Sportscasters can “board op” the game via AFR Mobile, including responding to time-outs in real time

We also show you tips and tricks for broadcasting sports other than football, including features such as basketball tournament scheduling​ and automated rain delays for baseball.

View the recording today to learn how WO Automation for Radio can help you keep those Friday Night Lights burning bright, keeping local football fans engaged so you can maximize revenue.


William “Dub” Irvin
VP, WO Automation for Radio

William “Dub” Irvin is Vice President and chief architect of WideOrbit’s WO Automation for Radio. With a career in radio spanning more than 30 years, Dub has been a leader in the radio automation industry since 1991, first at Computer Concepts and later at Scott Studios, where he launched the DCS, Maestro, and SS32 products. At Google, he led the 2008 launch of Google Radio Automation, which was subsequently acquired by WideOrbit.

Andrew Salive
Product Support Specialist, WO Automation for Radio

Andrew Salive is a member of our Product Support team for WO Automation for Radio. Based in Michigan’s Metro Detroit Area, he has more than 20 years of experience in the radio industry. He started his career as a staff engineer for Clear Channel Detroit before moving on to Ann Arbor to take over the role of Chief Engineer. He came to WIdeOrbit as an Implementation Specialist and now serves on our Support Team.

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