KLPN.NET Broadcast Division partners with Regional, National and International broadcasters on television, radio and multi-media broadcasts. Some of these International broadcasts are produced by KLPN.NET’s broadcast partner, (Sports Byline USA) with content concepts by KLPN.NET and Karen Lile as one of the hosts. Karen Lile was the concept creator for Music and Sports.net. These broadcasts are carried on 10 major broadcast platforms, including:
- Armed Forces Radio Network
- CRN Digital Talk Radio
- iHeart Radio
- Sirius XM
- Sports Byline Domestic Radio Network
- Stitcher Radio
- Tune In Radio
Music and Sports.net spotlights air to an audience of 100 million in 177 countries with co-hosts Rick Tittle and Karen Lile. Here is an audio clip of the broadcast featuring Burnie Williams.
Local Origination Programming
Broadcasts by KLPN.NET on Comcast Hometown Network, are produced by independent filmmakers who design their own concepts and produce their own films, which are then presented on Regional Television that reaches up to 11 million viewers per region. Thirty-second spotlights for these short film premiere broadcasts, presented by KLPN.NET, are broadcast by Comcast by Region on:
Karen Lile’s interest in cable programming started with her first production, broadcast on Arts & Entertainment Network, which received an ACE Award for Outstanding Programming Achievement in 1988 by the National Academy of Cable Programing in the Ninth Annual System Awards for Cable Excellence. Karen Lile has maintained an active interest in local and national origination cable programming and supports independent filmmakers, musicians, safari travel and local origination programming.
The Hadzabe 30 second trailer below announces the broadcast of a film by Blue Frog Productions who used Karen Lile Productions Travel Division to arrange for the logistics of the Safari deep into the African bush in Tanzania to film this Hadzabe tribe. The Live Premiere Broadcast will be aired on Comcast Hometown Network on September 28, 2106 at 8pm and available on Comcast Video on Demand for 30 days thereafter. This is one of 3 short films being broadcast by KLPN.net.