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Tampa Bay Times, SportsManias announce partnership

The Tampa Bay Times and SportsManias are launching a partnership designed to bring Times sports coverage to more readers.

SportsManias offers a free app that curates team and fantasy sports news and organizes it according to fans' individual interest. Users download the SportsManias app, select their favorite teams and get a real-time feed of information on their teams and fantasy players. Times writers will be the featured reporters on coverage of the Bucs, Rays, Lightning and USF.

"We're excited to join with Sports­Manias to bring Tampa Bay's best sports coverage to more people," said Mike Stephenson, deputy sports editor. "The Tampa Bay Times and are the leading source for sports information on the Bucs, Rays, Lightning, USF and more and through SportsManias fans and fantasy sports players will have greater access to it."

As part of the partnership, SportsManias will feature and promote the work of Times writers through the app and social media as it does with other partners such as the Miami Herald and Charlotte Observer.

"SportsManias makes it easier for Tampa Bay area sports fans to follow their favorite teams without ever missing an update," SportsManias CEO Vicente Fernandez said. "Tampa Bay Times writers produce some of the best team coverage in the country, and with the SportsManias app, fans can now get all of their articles, videos and tweets customized and on the go."

Visit to download the free SportsManias app.

Tampa Bay Times, SportsManias announce partnership 11/11/15 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 11, 2015 10:00pm]
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