New local outdoor program debuts Saturday 

UPPER CUMBERLAND – A new show dedicated to the region’s outdoor life debuts this weekend from the Upper Cumberland’s local content leader. 

“The Upper Cumberland Outdoors” features host Brad Halfacre and guests on everything outdoors. From fishing and hunting to hiking, kayaking and boating, the weekly show will be a great place to cast off before undertaking that weekend adventure.  

The show will air each Saturday at 6 a.m. on Rock 93-7, Saturday at 9 a.m. on 101.9/AM 920 WLIV and Sunday at 9 a.m. on Sports Radio 104.7. The show will also be podcast each week at the stations’ websites.  

“One only needs to look out the window to see what an outdoor oasis we enjoy here,” Stonecom Vice President for Programming and Content Marcia Lee said. “This show will reflect all the many ways residents around our area enjoy the outdoors. Advice. Tips. We might even spin a fish story or two.”  

Outdoor Junction will serve as the presenting sponsor for “The Upper Cumberland Outdoors.” The store is the preeminent destination for outdoor life in our region.  

Halfacre is the park manager for Edgar Evins State Park and grew up in a family loving the outdoors. He will be joined each week by special guests to explore trends and topics dealing with outdoor life.  

“One week, it could be reviewing the latest trends in hiking gear and the next it could be reviewing new regulations for hunters,” Lee said. “It will always be fresh and relevant to outdoor lovers.” 

The show will air Sunday mornings on Sports Radio 104.7 alongside the Tennessee Wildcast, a show which explores the state’s outdoor life.  

Stonecom is the dominant local content provider in the Upper Cumberland, focused on news, weather, sports, community events and local people. Stonecom also operates 93-3 The Dawg, 96-9 Highway 111 Country, Lite Rock 95.9, 106-9 Kicks Country and News Talk 94.1/AM 1600. The company also serves Upper Cumberland high school athletes through UCSportsNation.Com.   

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