Karen Earle Lile

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Karen Eileen Lile

San Francisco
OccupationArt director, producer, radio host

Karen Earle Lile (born 1959) is an American independent art director for the United States Postal Service and a radio talk show host for Sports Byline USA.


Classical music video

Lile's first public work was interwoven with a new trend emerging internationally, the rock music video. In 1986, when rock music videos and MTV were being recognized on news and entertainment magazines in the late 1980's, television hosts would list the top ten music rock videos , then note the novelty of one the first classical music videos to be broadcast on Arts and Entertainment Network Kendall Ross Bean: Chopin Polonaise in A Flat..[1] [2][3][4][5] Karen Earle Lile was the producer and art director for that video which received a nomination for an Cable ACE Award for Outstanding Programming Achievement[6][7] at a ceremony on May 18, 1987 by the National Academy of Cable Programing in the Ninth Annual System Awards for Cable Excellence in the category of Music Single.[8][9]

Postal Cancellation Series

Lile is the art director of the USPS Building Bridges Special Postal Cancellation Series, which has featured the SFJAZZ Center,[10] the Lady Washington and Pier 39,[11] the 100th Anniversary of the Pacific Inter-Club Yachting Associations Opening Day on the SF Bay[12] and a tribute to Music Recording History at closing of Fantasy Studios.[13]

Talk show host

In same month that Forbes Magazine published an article with the title "Female athletes are Undervalued in Both Money and Media Terms",[14] Karen Lile Earle landed an exclusive contract with Sports Byline USA to cover the sport of Sailing in the sports network, placing the Sail Sport Talk[15] show directly inside syndicated Talk Show Host's "Tittilating Sports".[16] As a female Talk Show Host, Lile has been engaging with Tittle and baseball and football fans in weekly talk about Sail Sport since her first show April 4, 2019. [17][18][19]

Sail Sport Talk with Karen Lile is syndicated inside Sports Byline programming, which is the main sports news provider for the American Forces Network[20] and also broadcasts on these platforms:

  • Sports Byline Channel on


  • Sports Byline Channel on TuneIn[22]
  • Sports Byline Channel on Stitcher Radio[23]
  • Channel 2 of CRN Digital Talk Radio Networks [24]
  • Sports Byline website[25]
  • Podcasts under "Sail Sport Talk with Karen Lile"heart radio[26][27] .
  • And on over 200 affiliate satellite radio stations in the USA[28]

More than 100 Sail Sport celebrities[29][30][31][32] have engaged actively in interviews with Lile and Tittle. [33], [34]

Sail Sport Talk with Karen Lile has represented accomplishments of women and disabled in the sport from the very first year, including:

  • Jennifer Woods, the first woman Rear Commodore to serve as Rear Commodore since 1775 in the Royal Thames Yacht Club[35]
  • Tracy Edwards, who skippered the first all-female crew in the Whitbread Round the World Yacht Race, becoming the first woman to receive the Yachtsman of the Year Trophy.[36][37]
  • Marie Rogers, the first African American Commodore[38] of the Los Angeles Yacht Club since 1901
  • Walt Raineri [39] a World Champion Blind Sailor
  • Chris Childers a disabled World Champion Sailor who is the Director of the US Sailing Siebel Sailors Program. [40]

Sail Sport Talk with Karen Lile has brought public awareness to ocean conservacy[41] efforts around the world including:


  1. Community Circles YouTube Channel. "Chopin Polonaise in A Flat". Music Video. You Tube on 23 July 1986.
  2. Imdb.com. "Kendall Ross Bean: Chopin Polonaise in A-Flat". TV Broadcast Listings. Amazon on 1 September 2012.
  3. Magazine, Entertainment (1 July 186). "Entertainment Magazine". TV Magazine. KSL TV. KSL TV. Retrieved 1 Jan 2012.
  4. Brown, Steven (24 July 1986). "Roll over, Chopin - music video takes cue from MTV". Article. The Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved 1 Oct 2012.
  5. Ulrich, Alan (23 July 1986). "Get Ready for Chopin on Video". Article. San Francisco Examiner. Retrieved 4 March 2016.
  6. Hawkins, Ronald. "Effective local origination some tips from ACE Award-winning cable systems as they assess how they make local origination work for them". Cable Television Business Magazine.
  7. Gross, Edwin T. Vane ; Lynne S. (1994). Programming for TV, radio, and cable. Boston [u.a.]: Focal Press. p. 129. ISBN 9780240801285.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  8. Awards, ACE. "ACE Award Nomination for Producer Karen Lile for "Chopin Polonaise - Kendall Ross Bean"". National Academy of Cable Programming. Retrieved 4 Oct 2016.
  9. Award Nomination, ACE. "Kendall Ross Bean Chopin Polonaise in A Flat. Producer Karen Lile". Award. Retrieved 4 Oct 2016.
  10. Ruiz Jr., Augustine. "USPS Building Bridge Special Postal Cancellation Commemorating 80th Year of Music Recording in San Francisco and SF Jazz". USPS. United States Postal Service on 17 April 2017.
  11. Ruiz Jr., Augustine. "USPS Building Bridge Special Postal Cancellation Commemorating 30th Birthday of Lady Washington Tall Ship". USPS. United States Postal Service on 22 April 2019.
  12. Ruiz Jr., Augustine. "USPS Building Bridge Special Postal Cancellation Commemorating 100th Anniversary Opening Day on the San Francisco Bay". USPS. United States Postal Service on 17 April 2017.
  13. Ruiz Jr., Augustine. "Post Office marks 70 years of music recording in Berkeley with special postmark". USPS. Berkeleyside Newspaper on 16 Nov 2018.
  14. Zimbalist, Andrew (10 April 2019). "Female Athletes Are Undervalued, In Both Money And Media Terms". Forbes. Retrieved 23 Nov 2020.
  15. Official Website Sail Sport Talk
  16. Leonard, Jake (11 April 2020). "Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: Titillating Sports with Rick Tittle". Heartland Media Group of Central Illinois LLC. Heartland News Feed. Retrieved 24 Nov 2020.
  17. Tittlating Sports with Rick Tittle on Sports Byline USA
  18. CRN Talk Tittleating Sports
  19. Rick Tittle Interviewed for Athletic's Nation.
  20. Ornauer, Dave (15 Oct 2019). "After three decades of 'Sports Byline,' radio host still strives 'to connect with athletes in a human way'". US Department of Defense. Stars and Stripes. Retrieved 24 Nov 2020.
  21. Live Stream of Sports Byline USA on iHeart Radio
  22. Sail Sport Talk Featured on Tuesdays in the first hour on Rick Tittle Show on TuneIn
  23. Stitcher Live Stream of 24/7 Sports Byline USA
  24. [https://crntalk.com/sportsbylineusa/ Sports Byline on CRN Digital Talk Radio Networks
  25. Click Live Stream on Official Website for 24/7 Sports Talk
  26. iheart Radio Sail Sport Talk with Karen Lile Podcasts
  27. Sail Sport Talk on Vimeo
  28. Sports Byline Affiliates
  29. Bing: Tom Slingsby on Sail Sport Talk
  30. Sail Sport Talk with Karen Lile and Rick Tittle catch up with Tom Slingsby, the Sail GP skipper of team Australia.
  31. Sail Sport Talk with Karen Lile and Sir Robin Knox-Johnston
  32. iheart Radio Archive of Sail Sport Talk with Karen Lile and Terry Hutchinson Captain of America's Cup NYYC American Magic Team
  33. PICYA, Yachting Yearbook 2020 (1 April 2020). "Sailing into Mainstream Sports Broadcasting - Sail Sport Talk with Karen Lile" (99th ed.). Pacific Inter-Club Yachting Association. pp. 46–48.
  34. "Rear Commodore Jennifer Woods on Sail Sport Talk". Royal Thames Yacht Club Sailing News: 1. 1 Nov 2019.
  35. Jennifer Woods Interview on Sail Sport Talk on Sports Byline USA
  36. Roger Ebert review on the movie "The Maiden"
  37. Tracy Edwards Interview on Sail Sport Talk on Sports Byline USA
  38. Commodore Marie Rogers Interview by Karen Lile and Rick Tittle on Sail Sport Talk on Sports Byline USA
  39. World Champion Blind Sailor Walt Raineri interview by Karen Lile and Rick Tittleon Sail Sport Talk on Sports Byline USA, a World Champion Blind Sailor
  40. Chris Childers Interview by Karen Lile and Rick Tittle on Sail Sport Talk on Sports Byline USA
  41. Coastal Cleanup Sept 2020 around the world
  42. Ocean Conservancy Official Website
  43. "Surfrider's Brilliant 'United States and Oceans of America' Frames Environmentalism as Patriotism". 9 November 2018. Retrieved 2019-08-21.

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