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The mobile Brute Adidas studios of TDR are back on the road this week to present the National Junior College Championships Live from Vets Auditorium in Des Moines, Iowa.

The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) is taking the national wrestling tournament to a new venue this year, moving the annual event to Des Moines, Iowa. Action begins next weekend, Friday, Feb. 26 and Saturday, Feb. 27, at Veterans Memorial Auditorium. The national tournament is hosted by all of the Iowa wrestling schools including Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Central, North Iowa Area Community College and Iowa Lakes Community College. Wrestling starts at 9:30 a.m. on Friday with two sessions as the top eight wrestlers at each weight will advance to Saturday. Finals begin at 7pm Saturday night. The event has been held in Rochester, MN, for the last 12 years.

This year promises to bring a lot of action to the state with its own Iowa Central Community College vying for their 5th consecutive team championship, coming off a big win as the west central district team champs earlier this month. Last year all the Iowa teams placed in the top ten. With a wealth of talent and numerous ranked wrestlers, this year's national tournament should give every team a shot at the stand. Other district champions include #3 Ranked Labette College who won the west central district, # 6 North Idaho who won the western district along with Harper College who won the central district; Nassau won in the eastern district and Niagara won eastern District II. Top challenging teams also include Meramec College ranked #2; Northwest Wyoming #4 and Clackamas at #5. Wrestlers will be competing in the tournament, representing over 40 junior colleges from across the country.

Join Scott Casber, Steve Foster, Chad Wiltsey, Bob Selby and others for this free 2 day broadcast courtesy of the Des Moines Area Sports Commission and the NJCAA.

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Session 1 9:30 AM approx.

Session 2 3:00 PM approx.


Sat. -

Session 3 9:00 AM approx.

Session 4 6:00 PM Championships


Wrestling fans - Please note that Episode 46 of TDR TV is now available on all the top web sites and cable systems around the country. TDR every week! It's appointment Radio and TV! Join us at Takedownradio.com. America's Wrestling Radio Talk Show airs on Supertalk 1570 in Michigan, AM 1460 KXNO in Iowa and on a radio station near you or on line at many of our broadcast partners around the world including Livesportsvideo.com. TDR "the Radio Program" airs 9 AM to 11 AM CST every Saturday morning we look forward to having you listen. Thanks for listening and watching!

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Wrestling fans,

The NCAA has retained an independent research company contracted to help gather and understand important information about our sport, wrestling.

Please help by completing the online survey by Thursday, March 10 – type the following link in your browser: http://www.prsurvey.com/wpa

The NCAA cares about your opinion and have extended the closing just for you. You have only a few more hours. Please make sure to mention you listen to Takedown Radio


Thank you again for your continued interest in wrestling.
Thanks, Scott Casber

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Takedown Radio Television Features NAIA Wrestling Championships TDR's video feature includes interviews with coaches and championship administrators


March 26, 2010 - Takedown Radio Television - NAIA Special - http://www.blip.tv/file/3359436


KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The 53rd Annual NAIA Wrestling National Championships, which concluded on March 6, have been featured on Takedown Radio (TDR), a nationally recognized source for radio and television for the sport of wrestling. TDR's Scott Casber and Steve Foster attended the event in Oklahoma City, Okla., to explore and tell the untold stories through a special video feature on NAIA Wrestling. It was the first time that TDR had experienced what NAIA coaches and wrestlers bring to the mat.

"I judge an event on the people who organize and produce the event," Casber said. "Seldom do we find or enjoy one as much as we did during our first NAIA Wrestling National Championships. The people, coaches and student-athletes were happy to have us. They worked with us to better allow us to do our job. We pride ourselves in telling the stories of the people. Anyone can report scores, but it's the people doing the scoring and their individual stories that make this a compelling story for TDR."

Cabser and Foster spent the day interviewing coaches and championship administrators to better convey to its audience what the NAIA and its coaches and student-athletes bring to the world of wrestling. What TDR saw in its first trip to the NAIA Wrestling National Championships left a heavy impression.

"The NAIA Wrestling National Championships were well organized and well attended," Casber said. "The NAIA should be commended for the job it does for its member institutions and student-athletes it serves. The event was easy to follow and everyone was having a good time. Coaches, student-athletes and the fans worked to make this a positive experience for all."

TDR plans to attend the 2011 NAIA Wrestling National Championships March 3-5.

"The cities and locations of the NAIA Wrestling National Championships make it easy for us to come and grab as much video and audio as we need to tell a compelling story," Casber said.

Built on the vision to promote the sport of wrestling, Casber founded and developed a 52-week program that talked of nothing but wrestling. As a result, Takedown Wrestling Radio was born. Coaches, student-athletes and fans at all levels of wrestling are featured on the show with the goal to promote wrestling and its people. TDR TV, a spin-off of the popular radio program. Both are available by clicking here - http://takedownradio.com/.

Each year, TDR and TDR TV travel to major wrestling events starting in October and going to the end of March. Some of the events TDR has attended include: Las Vegas Invitational, NWCA/Cliff Keen National Duals, Big 12 and Big 10 Championships, Body Bar, Northeast Duals, Midlands Championships, Sprawl and Brawl, NY City Championships, Fullerton Open, U.S. Open, Senior Nationals, NJCAA Championships.

Casber is a nationally recognized announcer, commentator and promoter. In 2009, Casber was named National Wrestling Broadcaster of the Year and Wrestling Impact of the Year. His voice has been heard throughout the sports world for over 30 years and is the voice behind the Iowa Barnstormers, Iowa Energy and Des Moines Menace, along with commercials for TV and radio.

Foster joined the team as a volunteer and travels to promote the sport. Owner and founder of Riddx Pest Control Systems in Iowa, Foster's love of wrestling traces back to the early 1960s when he started attending Iowa State duals.

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Takedown Wrestling Media announces Distribution Deal with Western Reserve, bringing weekly amateur wrestling News program to NE Ohio


Des Moines, Iowa - Takedown Wrestling Media and Western Reserve Cable's Channel 9 have established a relationship that will bring the popular TDR TV amateur wrestling program to over 50,000 homes in the NE Ohio area 3 times per week.

The first broadcast of TDR TV on Channel 9 in NE Ohio will be Friday October 15th at 5:30 PM Fridays, 10 PM Saturday nights and 11 PM Tuesday nights. (Check your local listings for availability on additional channels.)

TDR TV is a 30-minute weekly TV show that covers all aspects of amateur wrestling in the U.S. Host Scott Casber updates viewers on the latest developments in high school, college and international wrestling, conducts insightful interviews with the sport’s top wrestlers and coaches, and shares his passion for the “oldest and greatest sport” in a fun, fast-paced show. TDR TV is already available on the Mediacom cable TV system serving six Midwestern states, Time Warner Sports NY, Comcast Cable in Tennessee and can be viewed online at http://www.TakedownRadio.com and at over thirty other affiliated amateur wrestling web sites.

“The NE Ohio area is a hotbed for championship wrestling at both the high school and collegiate levels,” said Channel 9 Managing Producer Jeff Cole. “We are pleased to be adding Takedown Wrestling Media’s news program, TDR TV, for all of our subscribers who appreciate this outstanding and demanding sport.”

Casber, founder of Takedown Wrestling Media, said, “This is an important step forward for the athletes, coaches and fans of wrestling across the country. Western Reserve Cable's Channel 9 is a respected name around the country. They understand wrestling fans and the need for promotion of the sport in order to continue its positive growth. This is a special opportunity to partner with Channel 9 in the distribution of TDR TV. We understand the responsibility we have in this undertaking and will do our best to present wrestling in a positive manner.”

“Western Reserve Cable's Channel 9 will present our weekly TV program throughout the prime wrestling hotbed in Ohio where collegiate wrestling got its start more than a century ago, and is home to a number of great programs at Kent State, The Ohio State, Cleveland State, Ohio and many others,” said Casber. “In addition, we’ll now be seen in the part of the country that features some of the best prep and high school wrestling programs in the nation.”

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Takedown Wrestling Media hits the road this weekend to begin the season. Follow along with TDR, its cast of regulars and guest commentators from around the country. Dates, Times and events subject to change.

We start with a special broadcast of the championships of InterMatwrestle.com's JJ Classic on the 23rd in Rochester MN. Other major events covered live include the Harold Nicholas Open, Virginia Tech Vs. Iowa State and Iowa State Vs. Kent State followed the next day by the Hokie Open.

Stay tuned for Other dates and events that will be announced in the coming weeks.


Travel Schedule to Date-

Date Event Location Time Streaming Partner

October 23rd Radio Des Moines, IA 9-11 AM CST Livesportsvideo.com

October 23rd Intermat's JJ Classic Rochester, MN 3 PM CST Livesportsvideo.com Championships Only

October 30th Radio Des Moines, IA 9-11 AM CST Livesportsvideo.com

October 30th USA Wrest. Pre. Seas. Cedar Falls, IA Filming Through out the day for TV

November 4th U of Virginia Charlottesville, VA Filming Through out the day for TV

November 5th U of Virginia Charlottesville, VA Filming Through out the day for TV

November 6th Radio/Video Des Moines, IA 9-11 AM CST Livesportsvideo.com

November 6th Virginia Tech/ ISU Salem, Virginia 2PM Eastern Livesportsvideo.com

November 6th Iowa State/ Kent State Salem, Virginia 4PM Eastern Livesportsvideo.com

November 7th Hokie Open Various Teams and Matches throughout the day Livesportsvideo.com

November 13th Harold Nichols Open Ames, Iowa 9-11 AM CST Livesportsvideo.com

November 20th Radio Show Des Moines, IA 9-11AM CST Livesportsvideo.com

November 21st TBA ????????????? ??????????? ?????????????

November 21st Radio Des Moines, IA 9-11 AM CST Livesportsvideo.com

December 29th 48th Midlands Classic Evanston, Ill All Day Livesportsvideo.com

December 30th 48th Midlands Classic Evanston, Ill All Day Livesportsvideo.com

Enjoy audio coverage of the 48th edition of the holiday classic, The Midlands, Live from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois

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LIVESPORTSVIDEO.COM AND TAKEDOWN WRESTLING MEDIA TO LIVE STREAM THE 2011 CLIFF KEEN/NWCA NATIONAL DUALS, PRESENTED BY THE MARINES AND HIBICLENS.

SYRACUSE, N.Y. January 3, 2011 – Takedown Wrestling Media’s Scott Casber, and his broadcast team, will have the call at the 2011 Cliff Keen/NWCA National Duals, live, from the UNI dome in Cedar Falls, Iowa.

On January 8th, 2011, livesportsvideo.com will LIVE stream 5 featured mats, featuring some of the best teams in the country, from all divisions!

Live action from the event will be available on LiveSportsVideo.com for a pay-per-view subscription of $5.00. Click here to order and watch the games.

Based in Syracuse, N.Y., LiveSportsVideo.com was founded by Bob Feldmeier, Sr. and Jake Feldmeier, both former student-athletes at Princeton, and holds U.S. Patent Number 7,340,765 for streaming and archiving sports online. Any wrestling program choosing to stream their content online can utilize this service for free. Please Contact Westbrook Shortell for more information.

Takedown Wrestling Media was started 14 year ago as a single one-hour radio program broadcast from Clear Channel's KXNO studios in Des Moines. TDR quickly added Internet distribution of its audio format and over time began to broadcast live events along with its weekly program. Founder Scott Casber is well-known throughout the wrestling community, speaking to wrestling groups around the country and promoting the sport wherever he can. TDR TV was born as an addition to the radio program, initially available only on the Internet, but now available on 31 different web sites, as well as 7 different cable systems serving over 7.2 million homes. More information can be found at: Takedownradio.com

The National Wrestling Coaches Association, established in 1928, is a professional organization dedicated to serve and provide leadership for the advancement of all levels of the sport of wrestling with primary emphasis on scholastic and collegiate wrestling programs. The membership embraces all people who are interested in amateur wrestling.

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USA Wrestling Weekly broadcast to air updated news and features every week


USA Wrestling Weekly, a new half-hour news broadcast, will be produced on a weekly basis starting last week.

It is presented in a news format, and will provide updated information on USA Wrestling activities, as well as a variety of feature segments.

The show is moderated by veteran wrestling broadcaster Scott Casber and is scheduled for distribution each Friday.

“USA Wrestling is extremely excited about this new product,” said USA Wrestling Executive Director Rich Bender.” We are confident it will provide an additional platform to promote athletes and tell the USA Wrestling story worldwide.”

The first episode was released last Friday, and will be available for viewing on TheMat.com, which is USA Wrestling’s website. It will also be posted on USA Wrestling’s YouTube Channel and archived on USA Wrestling’s UStream Channel.

In addition, USA Wrestling Weekly will be offered to a variety of websites, and will also be available to television networks across the nation.

News items about USA Wrestling will be extensive, including updates on Team USA, international and national events, new and exciting programs and much more. Included in many of these news reports will be video footage and audio clips.

Regular features will also be included in the show. The Wrestling Greats segment will tell the story of a past or present American wrestling star, featuring action footage. The Technique segment will provide quality instruction on wrestling moves and strategy designed to help current wrestlers to improve their performance.

USA Wrestling staff will participate extensively in creating the content for the show.

The production of USA Wrestling Weekly is handled by Takedown Wrestling Media, which produces a variety of other wrestling and sports broadcast products. The Lead Producer for the show is Shawn Van Leeuwen of Takedown Wrestling Media.

Wrestling fans are encouraged to visit TheMat.com and other media outlets on a weekly basis to find out what is going on with USA Wrestling.

Feedback is encouraged, and should be sent to Gary Abbott of USA Wrestling at gabbott@usawrestling.org.

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