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Mike Houston Radio, TV Shows Set to Debut

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    With the return of East Carolina Football, comes the return of two weekly coaches' shows.

    The first Mike Houston Television Show will air Sunday, August 25 on WNCT/ENCT (Greenville) at 11:30 a.m. Fans will get an inside look at the ECU football team and the show will include highlights of the previous game and showcase Pirate student-athletes and assistant coaches.

    Every Monday night during the season beginning August 26, fans can join Houston and "Voice of the Pirates" Jeff Charles at Logan's Roadhouse (604 Greenville Blvd.) for the Mike Houston Radio Show from 6-7 p.m. The radio show will air live on The Game 94.3 FM and five other regional affiliates (listed below). The show is also available on the TuneIn app.

    Learfield IMG College, multimedia rights holder for East Carolina Athletics, manages the Pirate Sports Network under the direction of Pirate Sports Properties general manager Meghan Heinchon.

    Archived versions of the television and radio show will also be posted on ECUPirates.com after it airs.

The Mike Houston TV Show
Greenville — WNCT/ENCT (Sunday, 11:30 a.m.)
Rocky Mount — ECN Channel 25 (Thursday, 8:00 p.m.)
Regionally — MASN (Monday, 10:30 p.m.)

The Mike Houston Radio Show
Elizabeth City — WGAI (560 AM)
Greenville — WRHD (94.3 FM)
Hamlet — WKDX (1250 AM)
Myrtle Beach, S.C. — WHSC (1050 AM)
Williamston — WIAM (900 AM/97.5 FM)
Winston-Salem — WTOB (980 AM/96.3 FM)
TuneIn (app)TuneIn.com/ECU


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