Prime Sports Network (PSN) has been broadcasting on the Internet since 2007, providing online sports talk via state-of-the-art technology and automation. All PSN programs are uploaded to iTunes and archived on selected web pages, allowing listeners to either tune in live or access on-demand replays.

Founded by veteran sports-radio host Greg DePalma and the late Craig Fuller, PSN was an early leader in bringing sports-talk programming to streaming audio. Over time, the network has developed key relationships with a team of analysts who seek to entertain and inform fans with knowledge and innovation.

When Fuller died while serving his country in Afghanistan, Lesley MacMurray joined the project until her death in early 2010. Tim Robbie, president of the NASL’s Fort Lauderdale Strikers, signed on as a partner later that year.

More recently, veteran sports journalist and PSN analyst Jeff Shain took an expanded role with an eye on bolstering the site’s editorial presence. With PrimeSportsNetwork.com completing its recent upgrade, the site is positioned to complement PSN podcasts with more information and analysis via the written word.