New Clemson Sports Radio show hosted by TigerNet Talk's Lawton Swann


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TigerNet would like to congratulate Lawton(El) Swann, who has done an outstanding job hosting the TigerNet Talk Podcast for us since 2004 on this great opportunity to do what he loves to do, which is talk Clemson Sports! The show will be on-air in the Columbia area, but you can also listen to it on the iHeartRadio website or mobile app. The first show will be Monday, July 15th at 6pm, so put a reminder on your calendar now to check it out! Thanks.

Here is the full press release:
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Columbia’s best sports station presents Columbia’s only Clemson talk show! Sportsradio 560 The TEAM will launch Clemson Sports Talk during Major League Baseball’s All-Star break, with the first show to air Monday, July 15th.

Clemson Sports Talk, hosted by Lawton Swann, will give Tiger fans in the Midlands their own show, delivering the latest Clemson sports news and the chance to sound off on all things Orange!

El Swann created the original Clemson sports podcast, TigerNet Talk, back in 2004, and very quickly built a following of thousands. Swann later hosted Clemson Hotline in markets across the Southeast (including Columbia’s The TEAM) and had the highest rated Clemson sports show according to iTunes.

Clemson Sports Talk will air weeknights from 6-8pm and will mainly be heard on iHeartRadio during the Atlanta Braves’ season. The show will be heard both on-air and on iHeartRadio once the Braves’ season concludes.

For more details, contact Regional Program Manager LJ Smith at (803) 343-1100 or via email ljsmith@clearchannel.com

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