In 1975 I began broadcasting University of Nevada sports on KOLO radio. Then in 1983 Gustin Sports Productions (GSP) was created to acquire the broadcast rights of Wolf Pack sports. Shortly after we entered into a partnership with Lotus Communications to produce and broadcast football. basketball and baseball. My relationship, as the "Voice of the Wolf Pack" with the University of Nevada ended after 33 years in 2008. That same year GSP formed a television group to produce local events. We have produced the, high school sports, the US Olympic Boxing Trials, the North American Shuffleboard Championships, Town Hall meetings and the Presidential debate between Senators Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton surrogate Cory Booker at the University of Nevada. Our weekly "Friday Night Rivals" shows air at 7pm on My 21 TV and are streamed live on the National Federation of High Schools Network (NFHS).