Nationwide (BlackNews.com) — Radio hostÂ Doug StewartÂ has launched a new online sports radio show that made it’s debut in mid-September.Â The Doug Stewart Show features lighthearted sports interviews and commentary that can be heard live through the shows mobile app and on the shows website,Â www.thedougstewartshow.com
The Doug Stewart Show offers a fun, lighthearted experience that fans familiar with The 2 Live Stews were longing for. The Doug Stewart Show serves its listeners honest, raw, sports takes heard daily from Doug and his fully engaged interactive audience in the live Spreaker chat, the platform from which the show broadcast. Doug conducts interviews with the biggest names in sports, and listeners are consistently entertained. “The Doug Stewart Show is a harbinger of sports talk candor,” says Stewart, a former co-host of the syndicated The 2 Live Stews radio show.
Doug’s two-hour show airs Mondays -Friday from 11am-1pmÂ Eastern Time. The show is also available as a podcast currently housing more than 96 episodes. Listeners tuning in to The Doug Stewart Show can look forward to high quality audio comparable to terrestrial radio, and are able to call in and interact with Doug. The show is entering it’s 5th month on air, and is creating a firestorm in the online sports talk radio forums, boastingÂ 75,000Â plus listens through theÂ Spreaker platform alone (verifiableÂ here).Â The Atlanta Journal Constitution is also talking about the show & it’s success in such a short time, read moreÂ here.
Doug StewartÂ is best known for being half of the duo of The 2 Live Stews hosted for over a decade with brother Ryan Stewart. The 2 Live Stews debuted in 2001 on Sports Radio 790 The Zone in Atlanta and eventually grew to a nationwide audience. The show, which was best described as from the basement style sports talk, gained such popularity that Doug and Ryan were seen regularly on ESPN2s First Take. The 2 Live Stews was nationally syndicated via Sporting News Radio.
About Doug Stewart
Growing up inÂ MoncksÂ Corner, South Carolina, Doug Stewart never dreamed of being a sports radio host. He and his brother, Ryan Stewart, followed the advice of friends one day and called up 790 The Zone to get some air-time to talk sports. This led to the debut of The 2 Live Stews on Sports Radio 790 The Zone in 2001. Their following grew to a nationwide audience. The brothers and The 2 Live Stews were named Air Talent of the Year by ESPN in 2005.