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The New 'SWX Tonight' Debuts Friday

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Former Gonzaga Prep running back Bishop Sankey, who chose Washington over Washington State, is the first guest on "Dialed In" Former Gonzaga Prep running back Bishop Sankey, who chose Washington over Washington State, is the first guest on "Dialed In"

SWX, the Inland Northwest's only local sports channel, will kick things up another notch Friday with the debut of a nightly regional sports program titled, "SWX Tonight".

SWX Tonight, airing weeknights at 10:30 p.m. is a locally-produced program dedicated to covering the best in local sports – from the Spokane Shock, Spokane Indians, Yakima Bears and Tri-City Dust Devils in the professional ranks to high school sports from the Greater Spokane League, Big

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SWX Tonight

When: Nightly at 10:30 p.m. (beginning 7/1/11)

TV: SWX-TV

9, Inland Empire League and beyond. The program will also focus on college sports from the regions many colleges and universities.

Segments on SWX Tonight include Dialed In, which features one-on-one interviews with the major players on the local sports scene; As A Matter of Fact – a weekly opinion piece; Golf Tips; and Workout Wednesdays.

The program will be produced by the likes of Executive Producer John Fritz, anchors Sam Adams and Michelle Dapper and award-winning videographers Jordan Caskey and Josh Godfrey.

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