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Wildcats football games moved to internet

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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – After noticing an uptick in online listenership, the Clarksville High School Football Alumni Club has re-structured their longstanding agreement with Consolidated Media to move their broadcasts exclusively to the Internet for the 2019 season.

The CHS football alumni group has been working with the Clarksville based media group for nearly a decade, making game broadcast available to fans throughout the area. Now those broadcasts will be easily accessible to fans around the world. Starting this August, all Clarksville High football games will be broadcast on the new was launched specifically for live streaming Clarksville High football and Consolidated Media and the CHS Football Alumni Club agreed it made sense for games to have an exclusive home.

The personalities involved will not change. Clarksville High alumni and former Vanderbilt football standout, Taylor Stokes, will serve as the play-by-play announcer and Howard Spurgeon will return as the color analyst. The games will air every week on and the Wildcat sports mobile app.

Consolidated Media has its headquarters in downtown Clarksville on Martin Street. It also has offices in Ashland City and Dickson. It is the largest independently owned radio corporation in Tennessee, and its proud to be broadcasting four middle Tennessee high school football games.

Anyone with questions about the Clarksville High School broadcast schedule or how to support the broadcasts from a sponsorship standpoint should contact Consolidated Media’s Sports Director Justin Swallows at 249-4900.

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