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Fang’s Bites Podcast No. 21 — Phil Schoen, beIN Sport

Ok, the Fang’s Bites podcast is back and we have the Voice of Soccer for beIN Sport, Phil Schoen as our guest this week. In this edition, we talk about the following issues: The aftermath of the World Cup; What it means for soccer in America; What it means for US Soccer going forward; What […]

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Fang’s Bites Podcast No. 20 — Meet the New NFL AM Cast

In this podcast, we break some news. In this edition, the guest is Jeremy Louwerse, Executive Producer of NFL AM, NFL Network’s live four-hour morning show. In this podcast, Jeremy introduces us to the new cast of NFL AM. He introduces us to: Co-hosts Rhett Lewis and Erin Coscarelli; Co-analysts LaVar Arrington, Eric Davis and […]

Fang’s Bites Podcast No. 19 — Bob Ley, ESPN and Ian Eagle, CBS Sports

This has become an action-packed podcast and with two guests that are quite prevalent in sports media. Bob Ley of ESPN joins us from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil where the World Cup is being played. We discuss the following topics: What he’s seen in Brazil; The World Cup itself; Some of his thoughts on the […]

Fang’s Bites Podcast No. 18 — Ed Sherman, The Sherman Report

We’re back with the Fang’s Bites podcast. Just one guest to transition back to the recorded show and it’s a friend of the site, Ed Sherman of the Sherman Report, Chicago Tribune, Indiana University National Sports Journalism Center and Awful Announcing. Ed and I talk about some topics that are leading the sports media world […]

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Fang’s Bites Podcast No. 17, Part 2 — Steve Levy and and Stuart Scott, ESPN

In Part two of the latest Fang’s Bites podcast, we continue our visit to ESPN. This was for Media Day which unveiled the new 194,000 square foot Digital Center 2 on the Alleged Worldwide Leader’s Bristol campus. It’s a big building and will house SportsCenter and ESPN’s NFL studio programming. In Part 1, ESPN President […]

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Fang’s Bites Podcast No. 17, Part 1 — John Skipper, ESPN

I originally had suspended the podcast due to my new work schedule, however, I’m bringing it back for two parts this week after attending last week’s Media Day at ESPN unveiling its new Digital Center 2 building. This 194,000 square foot building will house SportsCenter and its 16 hours of programming and all of ESPN’s […]

Fang’s Bites Podcast No. 15 — Dino Costa

Just one guest this week and it’s Dino Costa, formerly of SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Radio. Costa is launching his own subscription-based website which begins May 5. Whether you agree or disagree with Dino, he is a very compelling figure in sports media. Here are some of the topics we discussed: His departure from SiriusXM; Why […]

Fang’s Bites Podcast No. 14 — CBC’s Tim Thompson and Amy Van Dyken

Back with an all-new edition of the Fang’s Bites Podcast. It’s not like we’ve had a repeat edition, but I digress. This week, two guests and the first is Tim Thompson, the montage producer for CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada and the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. I had the opportunity to speak to Tim […]

Fang’s Bites Podcast No. 13 — Ed Sherman and Joe D’Ambrosio

Back with another edition of the Fang’s Bites podcast. Two guests this week. Ed Sherman of The Sherman Report is the first guest and we talk about the following subjects: The Turner Teamcasts for the NCAA Men’s Final Four; Can the Teamcast concept work in other events; Is ESPN guilty of age discrimination by demoting […]

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Fang’s Bites Podcast No. 12 — Jay Onrait, Fox Sports 1

Just one guest on this week’s edition of the podcast. Jay Onrait of Fox Sports Live is the lone interview this week. Among the topics discussed: Jay getting indoctrinated to Los Angeles with his first earthquake; The transition of moving from Canada to Southern California; What lured him and his on-air partner, Dan O’Toole and […]

Fang’s Bites Podcast No. 9 — Glenn Ordway, Tom Hoffarth and Verne Lundquist

Time for another edition of the Fang’s Bites podcast. This one is over one hour, but stick with it and you’ll find it rewarding, I really hope you do. The first guest is Glenn Ordway, formerly of Boston sports radio station WEEI and who’s starting a new online venture called “Sports Talk Boston.” It will […]

Fang’s Bites Podcast No. 8 — Olympics Wrap-Up: Bill Voth & Andrew Catalon

In this all-Syracuse alumni edition, we have our first repeat guest on the Fang’s Bites podcast and the Voice of Olympic Curling. We wrap up the Olympics with Bill Voth, head of Spiracle Media and an Olympics fan, and Andrew Catalon of NBC Olympics and CBS Sports. With Bill, we discuss the following: How the […]

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