The Kevin Jackson Show joins the GCN Live lineup starting Monday, April 17. The show will air 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. CST, Monday through Friday.
The Kevin Jackson Show started as The Black Sphere Radio Show. TBS Radio began as a humble program on Blogtalkradio in 2009. The show garnered the notice of veteran radio man "Big Dave,” who encouraged Kevin, saying he was " made" for radio. Shortly thereafter the program director at WGUL agreed and offered Kevin the weekend slot. He eventually took the spot of radio Hall of Famer, Neil Boortz, and now is syndicated around the country.
The Kevin Jackson Show blends pop culture with politics, and is one of the most clever talk shows on the dial. If you like a heapin' helpin' of sarcasm and humor from a guy who learned to speak "LibTurd" as a child, then this show is for you.
Kevin is unapologetically American, Christian, Conservative and a proud Capitalist. You can follow him at theblacksphere.net or at The Blacksphere on Facebook. Stay tuned to GCNLive.com for more information as it develops.
The Minnesota Twins announced today details for their newly released mobile-based Student Pass program for the upcoming season, exclusively available using MLB.com's Ballpark app.
The Twins Student Pass will allow students to receive $5 Ballpark Access (no seating) tickets for all Wednesday home games, with tickets delivered directly to their mobile device. In addition, students can receive a free ride pass from Metro Transit, available at twinsbaseball.com/student.
"We're pleased to offer students this great program, which is conveniently available through their mobile device," said Mike Clough, Twins senior vice president of ticket sales and service. "This is a great opportunity for students to enjoy Twins baseball in a fun and affordable way."
To sign up, students can visit twinsbaseball.com/student or text STUDENT to 51655. From there, they will receive a text message the day the offer becomes available. They will then click on the link to redeem the offer.
To receive the tickets, participants will need the MLB.com Ballpark app, which is available via the Apple App Store and on Google Play. In addition to their Student Day tickets, other purchased tickets, as well as the ticket barcode will be available through the app leaving no need to print tickets.
Twins Student Day is presented by Rasmussen College.
The MLB.com Ballpark app is your mobile companion when visiting Target Field. The official MLB ballpark application perfectly complements and personalizes your trip to Target Field with digital ticketing, mobile check-in, social media, offers, rewards and exclusive content. Target Field also offers seat and experience upgrade components. Check in automatically with iBeacon technology at Target Field for exclusive Twins offers and in-game features.