Tucson, AZ – Safari Club International has launched SCI Web Radio, a free online program available to hunters everywhere. The first program, available now at www.safariclub.org/webradio features inside views of important hunting and conservation issues through the eyes and words of SCI President Merle Shepard and President Ex Officio Dennis Anderson. Hunting television star Michael Waddell will wrap up this show with some tales of adventure from his hunting travels.
“Starting SCI Web Radio adds a new dimension to SCI’s communications,” said SCI President Merle Shepard. “Like Safari magazine, Safari Times newsletter and Expedition Safari on television, it will bring to life key issues and concerns for the hunting community.”
“Bringing SCI’s dedication for hunting to the internet can only strengthen the sportsmen’s community as SCI Web Radio will be able to act as a singular voice for hunters everywhere,” said SCI Web Radio Host Jerry Evans. “I am excited be a part of SCI’s radio program.”
SCI Web Radio is the newest way that SCI’s members and hunters around the world will be entertained and informed on the ever-changing environment that surrounds their passion. From legislative victories, to attacks by anti-hunting groups, to conservation success stories, the online world will be able hear and see SCI Radio.
Each week will feature a new one-hour show. For radio you can see, visitors will have the opportunity to watch video footage from select interviews. A monthly newsletter is available to all who register their email address with firstname.lastname@example.org. Look every week for the latest news on Safari Club International, First For Hunters at www.safariclub.org/webradio.
SCI-First For Hunters is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and in promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. SCI’s 187 Chapters represent all 50 of the United States as well as 18 other countries. SCI’s proactive leadership in a host of cooperative wildlife conservation, outdoor education and humanitarian programs, with the SCI Foundation and other conservation groups, research institutions and government agencies, empowers sportsmen to be contributing community members and participants in sound wildlife management and conservation. Visit the home page www.safariclub.org or call (520) 620-1220 for more information.