750 & 102.9 The Game Adds Joe Buck to Station’s Line-up!
November 10, 2015 – Alpha Media Portland, OR announced that they will carry sport broadcasting legend Joe Buck’s new one-of-a-kind series, UNDENIABLE with Joe Buck.
UNDENIABLE with Joe Buck produced and syndicated by AT&T/DirecTV features intimate long-form interviews with the sports world’s most notable icons.
The guests are a who’s who of the sports word’s biggest stars, up close and personal with Buck. They discuss their lives and their careers in a one-hour, one-on-one format that presents them and their incredible stories in a manner rarely experienced before. New York Yankees hero and baseball legend Derek Jeter will kick off the series.
The first season of five weekly episodes will air on 750 & 102.9 The Game on Sunday evening from 10PM-11PM beginning November 22nd. There second season of five additional interviews will begin in January.
Joe Buck has arguably earned the distinction as America’s most recognized sports announcer – a voice now virtually synonymous with the World Series, not to mention Sunday afternoon football.
As one of the preeminent sportscasters of our generation, Joe has been nominated for fourteen Emmy Awards, winning seven for Most Outstanding Sports Personality. Joe joins millions of sports fans in their homes every week all over America, making him one of the most trusted and respected personalities in sports.
Alpha Media Executive Vice President of Programming, Scott Mahalick commented on the announcement, “Joe Buck is another star addition to the Game line up and a powerhouse talent in the world of sports.”
Undeniable is co-produced by DIRECTV and Wild West Productions. Wild West is an American film, television and entertainment production company founded in 2005 by leading actor, writer and producer Vince Vaughn. Under Vaughn’s leadership, the company has produced a string of hit movies, documentaries, and television shows, including The Break-Up, Couples Retreat, the TBS hit series Sullivan & Son, and the upcoming Netflix series, “F is for Family.” Vaughn himself has made multiple appearances on ESPN and is an avid sports fan.