That's the station in Rochester. You folks can have DG on TV and grow the game in your neck of the woods if a local resident gets involved and submits DGL for broadcast. Is there someone in the area who is interested in raising the profile of our favorite sport?
Disc Golf Live # 51 is en route our broadcast partners and stations across the country. Below are youtube links for online viewing. This episode continues our coverage of the 2012 PDGA World Disc Golf Championship from Charlotte, NC, and there's also a story from the 2012 Tali Open in Finland by the Scandinavian Video Mafia. Pt. 1 features play in the men's senior grandmaster division at Sugaw Creek. Pt. 2 features the grandmaster division doing battle at the Scrapyard at idelwild. Final nine footage rounds out early round footage for both divisions. The Tali Open footage is in the middle, split between the two portions of the show.
Part 1: http://youtu.be/PvG3f3lLvNM
Part 2: http://youtu.be/pI8RSUzm7eg
Rochester is of course not the only broadcast resource in the area. If you have community or public access TV in your town, look into what it takes to get involved and provide a show for broadcast. Our program DVDs are free, as are downloads from PEGmedia.org. If you'd like to see your video creation featured on a future episode, we're happy to help you share your story with an ever expanding disc golf community.
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