As most of us were told from a very early age, in order to learn something, you must do your homework. Every day.
That goes for the relatively new (for many of us) venture of sports betting. And that is where The Daily Line comes in.
Beginning on Monday, Aug.5, the NBC Sports Radio weekday afternoon drive show − which focuses on sports betting as well as other sports-related material − will be simulcast live on six NBC Sports Regional TV Networks across the country, including NBC Sports Philadelphia+ (4 to 7 p.m.). The announcement was made in an Aug. 1 release by the NBC Sports Group.
Sara Perlman will join Michael Jenkins and Tim Murray as co-hosts for the show, which is produced in the NBC Sports Washington studios in Bethesda, Md. Jenkins and Murray have been the hosts since the radio show’s inception on Jan. 2 of this year.
The show can be heard on NBC Sports Radio and the NBC Sports Scores app each day from 3-7 p.m. Eastern and seen on the following channels (times are local and subject to change):
> NBC Sports Philadelphia+: 4-7 p.m.
> NBC Sports Bay Area: 12-4 p.m.
> NBC Sports Chicago: 2-5 p.m.
> NBC Sports Chicago Plus: 5-6 p.m.
> NBC Sports Washington: 3-5 p.m.
> NBC Sports Washington Plus: 3-7 p.m.
The can also be seen by authenticated NBCSN subscribers at NBCSports.com/Bet.
According to the release, The Daily Show “features special guests and additional unique content specific to casual and avid sports fans, fantasy players, and sports bettors. The radio program is exclusively distributed and represented by CUMULUS MEDIA’s Westwood One, the largest audio network in the U.S., as part of the NBC Sports audio products offered to stations across the nation.”
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>>> IN NEW JERSEY:
PointsBet.com, Promo code: BETTORS
(You can get two risk-free bets up to $1,000 if you qualify.)
William Hill NJ (Deposit $50, get $50 cash)
SugarHouse NJ (First deposit match up to $250)
>>> IN PENNSYLVANIA:
SugarHouse PA (First deposit match up to $250)
>>> IN MOST OF EUROPE:
Asian Odds (No UK or Portugal)
>>> IN ASIA:
>>> IN PARTS OF SOUTH AMERICA:
>>> IN PARTS OF AFRICA:
(More options coming soon. Thanks.)