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The Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch is a weekly show that features interviews with members of the sports media about their work, as well as roundtables with sports media reporters about television, digital, audio/radio, print, and other forms of media. You can read Richard’s work at The Athletic and hear his words at Sportsnet 590 The Fan in Toronto.
 
717 Sports Media is a Pennsylvania based sports media company that is designed to inform, inspire, and entertain our audience. Especially those who identify as being underrepresented, by sharing real, unfiltered stories of standout athletes, coaches and teams in Central Pennsylvania and beyond. 717 Sports Media is a Lancaster, PA- based media company that focuses on sports broadcasts, podcasts and streaming radio platforms, along with various news articles that deliver the latest local and n ...
 
Andrew Marchand, senior sports media columnist for the New York Post and John Ourand, a writer at Sports Business Journal have teamed up for a new weekly podcast about sports media. They will cover and discuss the business beyond the buzzer: the hottest headlines, best/worst of the week, network deals, ratings, trends - everything you need to know inside sports media, with the most informed guys in sports media, brought to you by New York Post and Sports Business Journal. New episodes every ...
 
Welcome to the podcast network home of Jon Lewis' SportsMediaWatch.com website. This feed includes episodes of the Sports Media Watch Podcast with host T.J. Rives and Jon (aka "Paulsen"). They tackle the most interesting topics in U.S. Sports Media, including what everyone is (or isn't) watching in the ratings. Get all the latest news and insight on everything from ESPN, to the over the air networks like: NBC, CBS, FOX and ABC. Critiquing of the shows, the personalities and production of it ...
 
The Sports Media Backhaul takes you into the most interesting parts of sports, media, technology, and culture. Hosted by sports media expert Dr. Galen Clavio, the Backhaul includes everything from 5-minute podcasts discussing interesting sports media stories to hour-long interviews with industry leaders and researchers. Send us questions at @doctorgc on Twitter!
 
To deliver sports news and opinions in a factual and honest manner. Subjects would include NBA, World Soccer, College Football, NFL and MMA on the sports side, while on the entertainment side discussing movie and pop culture subjects. In a media world where everyone wants “to be right”, Phoenix will try to get it right.
 
What does the ever-changing world of sports media look like in 2019? In a limited new series from Sports in Society, we are going to dive into how some of the new players are changing the space and how some of the establishments are trying to keep up. Through it all, we'll be asking how these new ways of interacting with sports changes our experience and understanding. Further, we will be questioning just how current trends play out in the broader world and what they mean for society in gene ...
 
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This week, Demetri is joined by Ian Casselberry and Ryan Brown. Demetri talks about the NBA Draft getting an ABC simulcast, Ian talks about Patrick Beverley’s breakout week on TV, and Ryan reminds us that Tom Brady may be the star, but Kevin Burkhardt is the story we shouldn’t forget. The post Media Noise – Episode 74 first appeared on Barrett Medi…
 
Episode 389 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina is an all-Traina Thoughts edition. Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York joins Jimmy, as he does every week, to discuss a slew of sports and pop culture topics. The duo breakdown the 2022 NFL games that will be played on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christma…
 
Andrew Marchand and John Ourand detail what could be next for Drew Brees on TV, more implications of Tom Brady’s $375 million deal with Fox and Joe Buck and Troy Aikman go to Bristol for the first time. Plus, the MLS’ upcoming TV deal that is expected to include Apple. In the Bettman interview, the NHL commissioner addresses the league’s first year…
 
It's the latest edition of the show, as host T.J. Rives returns with Jon Lewis of SportsMediaWatch.com to go over the latest in sports media news, ratings and analysis. First, the guys talk about the continuing carousel of NFL announcers and analysts, as Drew Brees and NBC announce that he's gone after just one year. Jon gives his thoughts on why i…
 
Episode 206 of the Sports Media Podcast features a conversation with Lesley Visser, the sports broadcaster and commentator who this month will be the first woman to receive the Emmys' Sports Lifetime Achievement Award. She is followed by Iliana Limón Romero who this month became the first female sports editor in its history, and the only Latina spo…
 
In this week's show the guys are joined by Eli Warfel QB at Penn Manor High School. They discuss how his off season is going and his historical hail Mary pass last season vs Warwick. They also discuss how lacrosse is currently going this season. The guys also break down what job is the best coaching job in the new LL Berks league. The guys also dis…
 
A Good Draft Means an Open Window The Kansas City Chiefs entered the 2022 NFL Draft with a revamped division, a multitude of personnel questions, and a fanbase wondering if the team would need to take a year to rebuild. After what could be one of the strongest drafts in franchise history, it appears the Chiefs have no intentions of taking the year …
 
Listen to episode 219 of the Digital and Social Media Sports podcast, in which Neil chatted with Alex Cervasio, Founder, CVAS Consulting (Working Coaches, Athletes, Executives, and Brands + also Co-founder, The Daily Coach. Listen below or on Apple, Spotify and Stitcher. 69 minute duration. Listen on Apple, Spotify and Stitcher. Posted by Neil Horo…
 
Alex Phillips does not look or sound like a revolutionary but his ideas could shake up football. He spent 15 years at Uefa, including a couple as Head of Compliance and Governance. He was seconded to the Asian Football Confederation for three years and now leads the World Football Remission Fund, a FIFA body administrating how money "stolen from th…
 
Richard Deitsch unintentionally inspired me to test something out with podcasting production workflow, so after nearly 3 years a podcast. Helping with the test was former regular Ryan Glasspiegel, now a sports/entertainment writer for the New York Post. Topics covered include NBA ratings and USA Network as a big sports channel. And we had an in-dep…
 
Recently, we wrote about a fantastic idea to help address the calamitous drop in Corporate Culture as a result of not working together in an office environment. Whilst COVID appears to be easing somewhat, we believe there is still a need to nurture or even re-instate those practices that help build teamwork. With this in mind, we invite you to list…
 
Episode 205 of the Sports Media Podcast features a conversation with Chad Finn, a sports media writer and general sports columnist for the Boston Globe. In this podcast, Finn and Deitsch discuss the NFL’s national television schedule; what we thought of Amazon and ESPN’s Monday Night Football’s schedule; if Sunday Night Football did as well as rece…
 
He was a premier play by play announcer with Fox Sports. He was the lead voice of the Cincinnati Reds. Then came disparaging words that would alter his life and career. It was August of 2020 when Brennaman uttered an anti-gay slur on what he thought was the near end of a commercial break during a Reds game. It happened to be an open mike! Not long …
 
He was a premier play by play announcer with Fox Sports. He was the lead voice of the Cincinnati Reds. Then came disparaging words that would alter his life and career. It was August of 2020 when Brennaman uttered an anti-gay slur on what he thought was the near end of a commercial break during a Reds game. It happened to be an open mike! Not long …
 
What do you think we are going to talk about today? Of course, it is going to be Tom Brady’s deal with FOX! Demetri breaks that down with Brady Farkas. Brian Noe pops by to talk about the NFL’s schedule release strategy, and Demetri weighs in on Bally Sports+. The post Media Noise – Episode 73 first appeared on Barrett Media.…
 
We're joined for Episode 40 by Dan Henhawk from the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada. Speaking as a proud Kanien’keha:ka and Haudenosaunee man, Dan shares his insights about the value of Critical Indigenous Studies and the need to rethink notions of sustainability grounded in colonialist norms and values. We also discuss race, racism and …
 
Episode 388 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with Andrew Marchand of the "New York Post." Marchand and Traina analyze the massive sports media news that Tom Brady has signed a deal with Fox Sports to become its No. 1 NFL analyst when he retires and Marchand reiterates that he stands by his repor…
 
Fox Sports surprising move to sign Tom Brady as its top NFL game analyst – even before he has finished his playing career – is the main topic on this week’s podcast. Andrew Marchand and John Ourand tackle this topic from all angles, including how this move affects other NFL analysts like Greg Olsen and Drew Brees. They also try to make sense of Bra…
 
On the latest edition of the show host T.J. Rives is back with Jon Lewis, aka "Paulsen" of SportsMediaWatch.com, to go over the latest in news,,ratings and more. This includes the football broadcasting bombshell that Tom Brady has a seat reserved in the Fox Sports TV booth as their #1 analyst after his playing career ends. Fox made the announcement…
 
Episode 204 of the Sports Media Podcast features a conversation with Chad Finn, a sports media writer and general columnist for the Boston Globe, and Austin Karp, managing editor/digital of Sports Business Journal. In this podcast, we discuss Fox hiring Tom Brady as an analyst after he retires; how Brady may fare on the job; the reported money paid…
 
He played in the Olympics, was part of three NBA championship teams and had the pleasure of calling games involving Derrick Rose and DeMar DeRozan. Bill Wennington has been part of the Chicago Bulls for nearly 30 years and has teamed with veteran play by play voice Chuck Swirsky to deliver pulsating, accurate and entertaining descriptions of Bulls …
 
Episode 203 of the Sports Media Podcast features Larry Collmus, the race caller for the NBC Sports Group coverage of the Triple Crown (the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont), and Breeders’ Cup. In this podcast, Collmus discusses calling Rich Strike’s remarkable win at the Kentucky Derby at 80-1 odds; when he saw Rich Strike making his move; wha…
 
Sports Media Watch.com is proud to partner with "Tell Me A Story I Don't Know" and have George Ofman's fantastic sports telling podcast with a Chicago theme join our podcast feed of shows. Each week George will have a fascinating and prominent guest join him for an in depth conversation and you are guaranteed to learn things about his subject that …
 
He played in the Olympics, was part of three NBA championship teams and had the pleasure of calling games involving Derrick Rose and DeMar DeRozan. Bill Wennington has been part of the Chicago Bulls for nearly 30 years and has teamed with veteran play by play voice Chuck Swirsky to deliver pulsating, accurate and entertaining descriptions of Bulls …
 
On episode 11 the guys breakdown the NFL Draft they discuss the winners and losers for the draft. They also discuss the most recent news going on around the 717. The guys are also joined by Division 1 football recruit Joden Nelson who has committed to play football at Towson University. Joden talks about his decision to attend Towson University and…
 
Episode 387 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features a conversation with Katie Nolan, who is part of AppleTV+' s MLB coverage. Nolan discusses how she got the job with Apple, what Apple is trying to accomplish with their broadcasts, understanding that traditional MLB fans may not get the telecast, how she prepares f…
 
Episode 202 of the Sports Media Podcast features a conversation with three women who transitioned from sports media into other businesses — Amy Moritz, a former Buffalo News sports writer; Amy K. Nelson, a former ESPN and SB Nation writer and on-air commentator; and Kat O’Brien, a former baseball writer for The Fort Worth Star-Telegram and Newsday.…
 
It's the latest edition of the show, as host T.J. Rives and Jon Lewis of SportsMediaWatch.com are back to go over the latest in the ratings, news and personalities in broadcast, etc. First, the guys recap the three day coverage of the NFL Draft by ESPN/ABC and the NFL Network. Why did the ratings suffer this year? Jon has some theories and the numb…
 
The fast TV ratings start to the NBA playoffs and the NHL’s streaming-focused regular season are two of the topics Andrew Marchand and John Ourand tackle on this week’s episode. The two also dive into how the networks handled the NFL Draft, look into the timetable Fox Sports is on to secure a top NFL game analyst, preview Peacock’s first exclusive …
 
Episode 201 of the Sports Media Podcast features a conversation with Chad Finn, a sports media writer and general columnist for the Boston Globe. In this podcast, we discuss ESPN, ABC and the NFL Network’s NFL Draft coverage; what we thought about the lower viewership; how we would staff future NFL Draft presentations; what we think about Amazon’s …
 
Legendary figures in Chicago media make up most of the best of season 4 part two. There’s hall of fame Chicago Blackhawks announcer Pat Foley (retired), longtime radio news anchor Pat Cassidy (retired), Dan Roan, 38 year anchor and reporter at WGN-TV who will soon retire and Fred Mitchell, the trailblazing writer for the Chicago Tribune who left th…
 
Legendary figures in Chicago media make up most of the best of season 4 part two. There’s hall of fame Chicago Blackhawks announcer Pat Foley (retired), longtime radio news anchor Pat Cassidy (retired), Dan Roan, 38 year anchor and reporter at WGN-TV who will soon retire and Fred Mitchell, the trailblazing writer for the Chicago Tribune who left th…
 
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