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ISP Sports
Type Private
Founded 1992
Headquarters Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA
Industry Sports Marketing, Television and Radio Production and Broadcasting
Services Sports Marketing, Event Management
Employees 250
Divisions 40

ISP Sports, founded in 1992 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, provides sports marketing and broadcast services for collegiate athletics across the United States. In addition to the Winston-Salem headquarters, the company operates more than 40 regional offices.



The ISP Sports Network consists of nearly 800 radio affiliates airing primarily football and men's basketball games along with weekly call-in coaches' shows. The media network also includes over 100 television stations airing weekly half hour coaches' shows for most of the universities represented by the company.

Markets and schools

At the conference level, ISP represents the ACC, Big East, Conference USA, MAC and Sun Belt[1] and also individually represents schools from the SEC as well as the FedEx Orange Bowl and Meineke Car Care Bowl.[2] The company also maintains the ISP Sports Academy, a professional development initiative for ISP employees in Atlanta, Georgia.

ISP represents the following universities:[3]


See also



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