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Celebrating the 23rd Anniversary of
She Got Game®   
The Nation's 1st Women's Sports Podcast
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She Got Game®: A Celebration of Women in Sports:  A selection of some of the original 2002 Podcasts aired on WSHU/National Public Radio.
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Women's History Month SpecialHost Tandaleya Wilder
00:00 / 59:01
Title IX Show Still Breaking Barriers Nov. 2002 Host Tandaleya Wilder
00:00 / 59:01
She Got Game Show April 27 2002Host Tandaleya Wilder
00:00 / 29:00
Soccer Mom Nancy Greenlease
00:00 / 04:54
Laila Ali InterviewHost Tandaleya Wilder
00:00 / 02:11

Tandaleya Wilder

Tandaleya Wilder aka Tandi, is an award-winning Radio Sports Commentator/Producer, Publicist, and Women's Sports Pioneer. 


She is the Founder of She Got Game® Media, a PR and Radio Sports Production Company based in Miami, Florida.  Wilder served as Host of She Got Game®, the nation's first Women's Sports Podcast- She Got Game® (A Celebration of Women in Sports) was broadcast at WSHU in Fairfield, Connecticut with a team of talented producers and reporters and distributed nationally as public radio local and national specials. The groundbreaking show garnered a 2003 Gracie Allen Award from the American Women In Radio and Television and several other regional awards. Wilder was also inducted into Temple University's School of Communications Hall of Fame for her pioneering broadcast.


Today Wilder continues to produce quality women's sports and entertainment content. You can catch Tandi's analysis of women's sports events as a She Got Game contributor on NPR, Radio One, XM/Sirius Satellite Radio, Miami's Hot 105, and other quality Media outlets.


She produces the Daily She Got Game® Sports Minute  a Mini Podcast featured on YouTube and distributed nationally.

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''As far as we know, there are no other women's sports radio shows that run on a weekly basis like ''She Got Game®.''  (2002)  Donna Lopiano the executive director of the Women's Sports Foundation (2003)

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2020 US Open Tennis Champion Naomi Osaka -She Got Game® Sports Minute
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