theScore’s The Basketball Jones Wins “Best Podcast Award” at BWB4

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TORONTO, September 27th, 2011 – Score Media Inc. (TSX: SCR) today announces that the popular blog and podcast, The Basketball Jones (TBJ), recently won the “Best Podcast Award” at the fourth annual Blogs with Balls (BWB4) event held this past weekend in New York City.

Known as the leading source for entertaining commentary, unconventional interviews and hilarious viral videos, TBJ was recognized for their undeniable talent. And, up against stiff competition – including The BS Report, The Dan Patrick Show, House of Punte, The Rich Eisen Podcast and The Solid Verbal – they still managed to take home the top prize.

TBJ was also nominated for several other awards including:

  • A “Best Sportswriter- Humor” nomination for Trey Kerby
  • A “Best Studio Personality” nomination for J. E. Skeets
  • A “Rising Star in Media” nomination for Tas Melas and J. E. Skeets
  • A “Best Sports Media Tweeter” nomination for J. E. Skeets

For more information on The Basketball Jones, visit: http://blogs.thescore.com/tbj/

For more information on Blogs with Balls, visit: http://blogswithballs.com/

 

For additional details:

Sharon Lassman

Director, Communications

Score Media Inc.

416-977-6787 x2217

[email protected]

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Score Media is a media company committed to delivering interactive and authentic sports entertainment. Score Media’s primary asset, theScore Television Network (“theScore”), is a national specialty television service providing sports news, information, highlights and live event programming in more than 6.8 million homes across Canada. The Company’s digital media assets include theScore.com and the industry leading mobile sports applications ScoreMobile, ScoreMobile FC and SportsTap which reach over three million unique users per month. Growing from a team of 60 in 1997 to over 280 employees in 2011, Score Media is a revolutionizing interactive media company.

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