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DGPtv to Reach Record TV Audience

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When once asked, “When will you know that disc golf has ‘made it’,” Paul McBeth answered, “When we are on TV.” With that as our litmus test, DGPtv is pleased to announce that our sport is on the path to “making it” then, as we begin our second TV broadcast season with the Beach Sports Network. Again premiering this season, ... Read More »

2014 DGPtv Membership Drive Opens

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Now in our fifth year of operations, DGPtv has overcome some great obstacles on our way to becoming disc golf’s exclusive live Internet broadcasting outlet, as well as the media leader in the sport.  And while our business challenges would sometimes take us to the highest highs and some lows too, the one consistent thing that we have enjoyed over ... Read More »

2014 National Collegiate Disc Golf Championships Expands Historic School Rivalries, Cultivates Others

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Auburn, Clemson, Penn State, and Colorado State to Join Mid-Majors during DiscGolfPlanet.tv Live Internet Broadcast of National Championships April 16-19 North Augusta, SC (March 18, 2014)–When college sports fans consider some of the great rivalries throughout history, they are sure to include Auburn vs. Georgia, Penn State vs. Ohio State, South Carolina vs. Clemson, and Texas vs. Texas Tech. Schools that ... Read More »

2013 USDGC TV Show Slated for Internet Premier

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The 2013 United States Disc Golf Championship TV show will premier on the Internet Thanksgiving morning, November 28th at 8am ET on DGPtv. (NOTE: 60 sec of black during show was for Affiliates to insert commercials) Aired on 24 Regional Sports Networks throughout the nation and Barbados, the half-hour broadcast was the season finale for the 19-show Beach Sports Network ... Read More »

Five Trends Shaping the Future of Disc Golf

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by John G. Duesler, Jr., Principal, DGPtv When the founding father of disc golf, “Steady” Ed Headrick, posited his guiding principle for the sport back in the 1970′s, it was “Whoever has the most fun wins.” Fast forwarding five decades and reviewing all the metrics associated with our sport, one can only conclude that the growth of disc golf has ... Read More »

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