Parkersburg, the only Suddenlink-served community among the finalists, is part of Suddenlink’s largest cable-broadband system, which also includes Charleston and Beckley, W. Va..
Suddenlink West Virginia team members are pushing for support for Parkersburg. Additional information, including ESPN’s report on Parkersburg, is available at ESPN’s TitleTown Web site. Voting begins at that same site July 23. The winner will be announced on ESPN’s 6 p.m. (EDT) SportsCenter, Monday, July 28. A Parkersburg News and Sentinel story offers more about ESPN’s visit.
Network West Virginia, a service of Suddenlink Media, will air a special program called “TitleTown: Behind the Scenes.” The network, which televises West Virginia high-school championship football, conducted interviews with ESPN and taped coverage of the event. Network West Virginia’s special program begins a series of showings the evening of July 23.