Asian Games Live! Expands Global Footprint - Now Available Across America On Sirius Satellite Radio

By The 16th Asian Games

GUANGZHOU, China - March 16, 2009 - The 16th Asian Games (, part of the worldwide Olympic movement and governed by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) through its broadcast agreement with Radio Guangdong ( to produce China's first all-English sports talk show - Asian Games Live! is pleased to announce that is new sports radio show will be available to listeners across America on SIRIUS XM Radio.

The Asian Games are the second largest sports event in the world after the Summer Olympic Games.

Radio Guangdong's Asian Games Live! is hosted by Jeff Ruffolo, a three-time Summer Olympic Sportscaster for Westwood One Radio in the USA.

Asian Games Live! will air every Saturday at 4:30 a.m. and noon (Eastern) on SIRIUS XM Radio Channel 140 as part of Radio Guangzhou's programming on WRN.

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About The 16th Asian Games
The 16th Asian Games ( is approved and governed by the Olympic Council of Asia and will be held in “Flower City” of Guangzhou from November 12 - 27, 2010. More than 14,000 athletes, trainers and coaches from 45 countries and regions will compete in 42 sports. More than 10,000 accredited and non-accredited worldwide media are anticipated to cover the Games with more than three million spectators expected to attend.