Uncategorized RAM NETWORK CEO ANNOUNCES NATIONAL FALL COYOTE BROADCAST GAME SCHEDULE Posted on September 16, 2015 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr (ARLINGTON) – The RAM Sports Network – the country’s only faith-based sports network – announced today that the three-time champion SoCal Coyotes will be broadcast nationally three times in the month of October, with “two or three more possible dates pending, including playoffs,” according to its chief executive officer. Raymond Delmar, the network’s CEO, said his programming directors have selected Coyote home games with the San Diego Stallions on October 3; the California Golden Bears on October 17; and a road game at the San Diego Nighthawks on October 31. These will be the first three times America’s #1 Developmental Pro Football Program will be delivered to RAM’s global internet market; 12 million U.S. homes via Roku TV; and another 22 million on local over-the-air stations across the country, he said. The Coyotes’ “Game of the Week” will entail multiple-angle camera crews, with a two-man broadcast booth, and “production and graphics quality that rivals that of any FOX or CBS Sports network-style broadcast,” he said. Delmar likened his fledgling network’s national TV launch of the Coyotes – and their brand of ‘faith, family and football’ – to landmark deals between the USFL and ABC in 1982, and even the original NFL contract with NBC in 1939, as television became the underpinning and infrastructure of professional football. Add the elements of “faith, hope and redemption” that saturate the Coyotes non-profit sports leadership organization, and “from a faith-based sports television, programming-content perspective, we are sitting on a powder keg,” Delmar predicted. “When the faith-based public get its first taste of the SoCal Coyotes, knows where to find them consistently and hears their life-changing stories, we believe the results will be infectious,” he said. “Parents, coaches, educators and just pure football fans will respond to the Coyotes, who are more than just a well-coached team of talent. The Coyotes are proof to every young man in America that you can chase your dream and still be a disciplined role model, who makes a difference everywhere, from his classroom to his community.” Delmar said the Coyotes represent “the future” of how faith-based sports programming and developmental professional football will be perceived. Delmar compared the team’s “built-in, reality content” with the runaway success of the faith-based ‘War Room,’ a gripping story on the power of prayer, which became one of the second-highest grossing film in North America this past summer. Made on a budget of just $3 million, “War Room” raked in nearly four times as much money on its opening weekend, second only to “Straight Outta Compton.” “There is a clear appetite in America among people of faith,” Delmar said., “People want to immerse themselves in positive, uplifting experiences. They want to see and hear the real-life stories of a God who is Greater. The box-office numbers prove the hunger for engaging, enriching, entertaining stories. And the faith-based community longs for sports heroes like the SoCal Coyotes.” Hollywood studio executives are astonished at the meteoric demand for faith-based content, he said. “War Room,” for instance, is just the latest in a string of independent, Christian films to achieve widespread success. Alex Kendrick’s “Fireproof” was one of the highest-grossing independent films of 2008. Analysts say the relationship between church pastors and film producers has created a niche market Hollywood can no longer ignore, and the same audience transcends to live faith-based sports programming.