NESN, the television home of the Boston Bruins and Boston Red Sox, and VSiN (Vegas Stats & Information Network) have confirmed that VSiN’s Follow the Money morning show will air live on NESNplus every weekday morning from 7 am to 10 am ET beginning this week. Effective from April, the program will re-air on NESN every weekday from 10 am to 1 pm ET immediately following NESN Sports Update, the regional network’s regularly scheduled morning sports news program.

“NESN has long been a leader in regional sports television, and there is no better partner to reach sports fans throughout New England,” said Brian Musburger, founder and CEO of VSiN. “As regulated sports betting expands across the country, VSiN will continue to partner with innovators like NESN to help inform the rapidly growing number of Americans wagering on sports.”

Follow the Money is hosted by Mitch Moss and Paul Howard. The three-hour show is an informative and entertaining sports talk show that blends actionable betting information with irreverent commentary, humor and legendary stories. Next week, it will include expert insight and analysis around March Madness, the annual NCAA basketball tournament which gets underway on Tuesday.

“Sports-wagering regulations are changing quickly and with these changes, we anticipate an increased interest in obtaining relevant and reliable sports information,” said Rick Jaffe, NESN’s vice president of programming and production. “VSiN has both the experience and expertise to deliver the most up-to-date gaming data and analytics to New England’s sports fans.”

Follow the Money will also air live on NESN National, the network’s national programming service available outside the network’s New England territory via select TV providers.

VSiN’s Musburger will be addressing a special panel dedicated to the integral part that the media will play in US sports wagering at next month’s Betting on Sports America conference in New Jersey. Among the topics for discussion will be self-regulation of the sector to avoid over-exposure in the media. 

Betting on Sports America will take place at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in New Jersey from April 23 to 25