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Wed, 01/30/2019 - 12:25pm -- Tana Moore

 Television coverage of powerboat and jet ski racing will be seen nationwide

 (Somerset, PA) Since the checkered flag dropped on the 2018 racing season in Naples, Florida, RMG Sports has been working hard building on its success with Powerboat Nationals.

 RMG Sports will return for its fourteenth season of covering powerboat racing and has put together one of the most robust production and distribution packages in the history of the sport.

 In 2019, RMG Sports’ coverage of Powerboat Nationals racing will be seen in over seventy-three million households on nine television networks.

MAVTV, a cable channel dedicated to motorsports, will deliver Powerboat Nationals racing to nearly forty million households across the United States and Canada. MAVTV is available nationally on DirecTV, Verizon fios, and numerous cable TV providers. 

RMG Sports has also negotiated deals that put Powerboat Nationals racing on multiple regional sports networks that include Fox Sports Southeast, Mid Atlantic Sports Net (MASN), and AT&T Sports Networks.

“We are proud to be part of the dynamic growth Powerboat Nationals has seen over the years,” said RMG president, Jarred Romesburg. “Our 2019 coverage will be seen in more households highlighting the racing teams, riders, and drivers while showcasing our host cities and promoting our sponsors like never before.”

RMG Sports is the sports production and distribution wing of Romesburg Media Group. Headquartered in Somerset, Pennsylvania, RMG is an award-winning, veteran-owned digital media production company. Learn more at 

Powerboat Nationals is a national touring series that provides world-class tunnel hull powerboat and jet ski/PWC racing on rivers and lakes across North America. For more information, please visit

Photo: Powerboat Nationals’ Mikey Young and RMG Sports’ Jarred Romesburg interview ProTunnel1 boat driver Mark Jakob after a race in Marietta, Ohio.