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Softball Magazine (www.softballmag.com) is a niche publication printed quarterly and distributed throughout the US and Canada and available by subscription and newsstand. Softball Magazine was first published in 1996 and covers a broad spectrum of information on the sport of slowpitch and fastpitch softball that includes professional, NCAA and grassroots softball played by youth and adults. Coverage includes player spotlights, team spotlights, tournament coverage, NCAA Women's Tournament and Women's College World Series Coverage, human interest articles, college spotlights, industry interviews, contributing editors active in the sport, gear information and more.


Baseball The Magazin
e (www.baseballthemag.com) is a niche publication that hit the racks in 2004 and is published quarterly and also is available through magazine racks and subscription mailing. Baseball The Magazine concentrates on youth baseball from t-ball and coach pitch through NCAA play and coverage includes NCAA Men's Tournament and College World Series play, youth baseball across the country, contributing editors working in the sport, industry interviews and gear information, team spotlights, player spotlights, college and human interest articles and much more.

Both publications are full color glossy periodicals.

Bat Wars (www.batwars.com) is an industry phenomenon that sparked in 1997 from humble beginnings to an often imitated event that participants agree cannot be aptly duplicated. The industry renowned product testing event allows players and enthusiasts to hit a variety of bats in surroundings similar to actual play. The event is free to the public and is produced across the United States, sponsored by Eastbay and various industry partners. There are Bat Wars events for slowpitch softball, fastpitch softball and youth baseball and yearly scheduled events are easily found on the website.

Softball Magazine Adult Softball Spring Training (www.softballspringtraining.com) is produced each March by Softball Magazine and each year has been sold out in December of the previous year. Open to men and women adult players, “Campers” are treated to on field instruction in the various fielding positions and hitting from Men's Majors Pros and industry representatives, scheduled scrimmage games, contests and more. Lunch is served at the field each of the three days of the event and on the final evening a banquet is held which family members and friends are invited to share. At the banquet, industry spokespeople and representatives, along with Softball Magazine staff, host a night of fun and awards and prizes all in a family atmosphere that includes a fun time for all that attend.

Softball Central is the broadcast arm of Softball Magazine. What separates Softball Central from other broadcasting companies is the unique ability of Softball Central to provide an actual show, complete with play by play, color analysis and commercials. Softball Central is a for-hire broadcast company and quotes to broadcast a softball event may be acquired by contacting Gene Smith at 321-453-3711. Since perfecting audio broadcasts, Softball Central moves forward with a three camera shoot providing live video in 2009 and can also offer DVDs of archived broadcasts.

Baseball Central is the broadcast arm of Baseball The Magazine and is available for youth baseball broadcasts. Baseball Central is a for-hire broadcast company ready to meet and surpass your youth baseball broadcast needs. Contact Gene Smith at 321-453-3711 to discuss a broadcast of your youth baseball event and can also offer DVDs of archived broadcasts.

For advertising opportunities in in any of the above publications and promotions please contact Gene Smith at 321-453-3711 or email him at gene.smith@softballmag.com.