What's Your Story!!!
Over 60 million children participate in organized youth sports. Each one has a story worth telling. THEIR STORY! As the nation’s first youth sports agency, the Kids Sports News Network (KSNN) is not just interested in their exciting accomplishments on the field, KSNN wants to know about their accomplishments off the field. Where and how did it all begin? Who got you involved? What other talents do you have? What’s your story?
Who We Are/What We Do
You provide information about your youth athlete. Our newsroom vets the information. Our anchors will report on it, or we may produce a story to be featured on our website, or on your child's individual sports page, also hosted on our website. Sports pages can be shared with family, friends, co-workers, team mates, your church community, recruiters, anyone you want to share your child's story with, with all viewers authorized by you as your child's agent.
Check out our gallery to view samples!
KSNN also covers stories related to products, nutrition, abuse, health and safety, coaching, equipment, organizations, news designed specifically for you and your youth athlete.
You As Your Child's Agent!
KSNN will assist you with becoming your child’s agent and an informed parent by providing you with valuable information and assistance with information of importance to you. Some areas of interest are:
- Sports Psychology
- Health & Nutrition
- Training & Equipment
- Organizations Rankings
These are just a few of the more common areas our families inquire about. Of course, we will consult with you regarding those areas you need assistance with and will execute an action plan to secure the information needed.
Building the nation’s first youth sports news agency in a less than healthy economic environment has been a tremendous challenge. With over ten (10) years of market research and experience, we were able to continue building the KSNN brand during this difficult period. KSNN has been honored to feature numerous sports "phenoms", such as an eleven (11) year old football star, who just happened to be a girl, and is now a 2016 Olympic hopeful in the sport of track and field. This story is one of several available for viewing in our gallery. Our content has been featured on widely recognized broadcast platforms such as Fox Sports Net, Dish Network and Cox Cable, featuring competitions hosted from Hawaii to Florida, with athlete stories from AYF football to AAU Basketball, to AYSO Soccer, and everything in between.
To launch KSNN’s new website, designed to not only provide information and content accessible 24 hours a day, but to also engage its viewers through the use of contemporary graphics, popular music, exciting footage, contests and social media interaction
promoting a “community” environment.
How Can You Help?
We need KSNN and our campaign to become viral. We need you to make a contribution, “Like” our Facebook page, “Tweet” about us, connect with us on Linkedin and subscribe to our YouTube channel. If you can’t contribute monetarily, but would still like to help, you can spread the word about our campaign by sharing our campaign link with friends, teammates, family members, support groups, co-workers and anyone else you can think of. We would love for people to get involved on a local level. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information and become involved. Feel free to check out our website at www.ksnn.net. Remember, the content is outdated, which is why we need your support for this campaign!
If we exceed our goal we can accomplish much more and expand our distribution that much earlier by securing more content, re-launching the production of our television broadcasts and purchasing airtime. This puts us in a position to obtain sponsors and advertisers to sustain the network for the long term.
Where Does The Money Go?
The redesign of the new KSNN website and set
Website hosting fees
Music licensing rights
Crowdfunding processing fees
Monetary processing fees
Merchandise costs for rewards
Our talent, writers, graphic artists, directors and producers are working for deferred and/or on a pro bono basis to keep our costs minimal.
Thank You For Your Support!
With the new KSNN website updated, youth athletes around the nation will be able to create their own sports pages and will be impacted by other’s stories, informed and entertained. We want everyone to be involved so we’re asking you, families and youth athletes:
What’s your story?