All-new Watson Brown Show begins airing on Labor Day; Several viewing options

Show begins Monday;Program presented by IWC Cash & Carry

COOKEVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Tech football fans throughout the region can follow the Golden Eagles each week with the all-new Watson Brown Show, presented by IWC Cash & Carry. The show can be seen each week via video streaming on the OVC Digital Network.

The program will also be telecast throughout each week on WCTE TV and on Charter Cable in the Upper Cumberland region, and on North Central Telecommunications in Macon County and surrounding counties. Check local listings for days and showtimes.

During the 30-minute show, Brown will sit down with local sports personality Buddy Pearson and recap the previous week's game, show highlights, preview the upcoming opponent, and answer questions sent to the program by fans via Twitter. The program will also include several new features such as "Inside Golden Eagle Football," "Tech Athletics in the Community" and a player personality profile. The format also includes a look at the OVC standings and scoreboard each week.

Fans can ask questions via Twitter by tweeting to @TTUGoldenEagles.

WCTE is the PBS station for the Upper Cumberland, and can be seen in the Nashville market on Dish and DirectTV. Charter Communications in Cookeville will air the show several times each week. North Central Telecommunications in Lafayette will also air the show several times weekly.

"We are thrilled that IWC Cash & Carry is returning as the presenting sponsor, allowing us to air The Watson Brown Show during the 2012 season," said Mark Wilson, TTU Director of Athletics. "The Watson Brown Show has proven to be popular with fans throughout the Upper Cumberland and Metro Nashville regions in the past. We plan to build on that success.

"The Athletics Department is excited about the options in front of us as we take over the production of the show, and we're happy to have great partners in WCTE TV, Charter and North Central, as well as the OVC Digital Network, so the program can be seen by such a wide audience."

Brown, a Cookeville native, is in his sixth season as Tennessee Tech's head football coach, his 28th season as a head football coach, and his 40th season overall in college coaching.

Brandon Goodwin will serve as the Producer of the show with Matt Wagner as the Director. Wilson will serve as the Executive Producer of the program.