CHICAGO – March 11, 2019 – Today, STATS, the worldwide leader in sports data and intelligence, announced the extension of a deal with AT&T AUDIENCE Network’s The Dan Patrick Show to provide extended research support throughout broadcast coverage.
With the extension, STATS will continue delivering real-time research support across major North American sports leagues, including the MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, college basketball (men’s and women’s), college football and more. The deal includes access to STATS’ “Bullet Points,” which provide deeper, more meaningful pre-game facts for the MLB and NFL.
“We are thrilled to extend our agreement with The Dan Patrick Show, a sports broadcast with a strong and faithful fan following,” said Steve Xeller, Chief Revenue Officer at STATS. “This agreement continues a long-standing relationship between STATS and The Dan Patrick Show, and providing their viewers with the in-depth sports coverage and analysis that the modern fan has come to expect. As STATS rolls out our next generation of fast and accurate sports products powered by artificial intelligence, we know our relationship with The Dan Patrick show will reach more fans with meaningful content.”
The Dan Patrick Show is AT&T AUDIENCE Network’s critically-acclaimed syndicated radio, podcast and television sports talk show, hosted by legendary sportscaster personality Dan Patrick. The show is televised each weekday from 9 a.m. – noon ET on AT&T AUDIENCE Network DIRECTV Ch. 239 and can be heard on Fox Sports Radio Network, SiriusXM Radio and PodcastOne on The Dan Patrick Show app.
STATS’ research and broadcast team is the leader in on-air sports coverage support, providing in-depth data and research to most of the top sports broadcasts worldwide. As part of this agreement, The Dan Patrick Show will have access to STATS’ around-the-clock research team for additional statistical support. Backed by an award-winning artificial intelligence and data science team, STATS continues to invest in delivering deeper, more meaningful stories to sports fans at an even faster rate.