Sports Media Weekly No. 143 — Dave Sims, Dial Global Radio/Root Sports Northwest

Back with another edition of the Sports Media Weekly podcast. Keith Thibault of Sports Media Journal and I discussed the news of the week in our first segment. The news included the following items: Fox’s announcement that Tim McCarver will leave the network at the end of the current MLB season. CBS/Turner’s ratings for the […]

Sports Media Weekly No. 142 — Greg Gumbel, CBS Sports

After a week away due to circumstances beyond my control, I’m back on the Sports Media Weekly podcast with Keith Thibault of Sports Media Journal. There’s no Third Man In this week so Keith and I reviewed what has been a rather busy week in the sports media. We first began by looking at the […]

Sports Media Weekly Podcast No. 133 — Super Bowl XLVII on CBS Preview

This podcast featured three, count ’em, three guest segments, all coming courtesy of CBS Sports and CBS Sports Radio. Those segments were quite good. You can ignore the news of the week segment as I had a touch of the flu and sounded horrible. It’s not long though. Keith Thibault of Sports Media Journal and […]

Sports Media Weekly, No. 132 — Anita Marks, NBC Sports Radio

Our first podcast of 2013 and it’s a good one. I’m biased, but I like this edition. As usual, Keith Thibault of Sports Media Journal and I discussed the news of the week. We started with the report from Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated on Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis about to join ESPN when […]

Sports Media Weekly No. 131 — 2012 Sports Media Year in Review

This was a project that was quite close to my heart and it worked out quite well. Just about everyone I called was very receptive to providing their sports media stories of 2012 and their sports media predictions for 2013. I couldn’t ask for anything better. We have a multitude of sports media writers and […]

A Saturday Sports Media Notebook

Fridays are becoming way too busy for me. I need to find a way to stop it. Anyway, I have some links and thoughts for you in this latest edition of the notebook. ESPN’s Sean McDonough hopes to return to the broadcast booth after undergoing surgery to correct a rare inner ear condition that caused […]

Sports Media Weekly No. 127 — Jen Royle, Sports Reel Boston

Another week and it means another podcast with my friend and podcast partner, Southern New England media mogul Keith Thibault of Sports Media Journal. As usual, Keith and I discuss the news of the week. We began with the news about ESPN buying the rights to the new college football playoff for 12 years beginning […]

Sports Media Weekly, No. 124 — Matt Winer, NBA TV/Turner Sports

We’re up to Podcast Edition No. 124 and Keith Thibault of Sports Media Journal and I are steaming along as we continue to talk with the movers and shakers in sports media. In this show, Keith and I talk about: The World Series on Fox. The NHL lockout effecting NBC Sports Network’s programming. Armen Keteyian […]

Sports Media Weekly No. 123 — Greg Wyshnynski, Puck Daddy, Yahoo Sports

We’ve reached podcast edition 123 for Sports Media Weekly. Keith Thibault of Sports Media Journal and I talk about some of the sports media news including: NASCAR staying on Fox. Fox creating Fox Sports 1 on cable. Formula 1 leaving Fox Sports Media Group and heading to NBC/NBC Sports Network. Joe Buck’s NFL/MLB doubleheader on […]

Sports Media Weekly No. 120 — Joe Flint, Los Angeles Times

Another edition of Sports Media Weekly. Keith Thibault of Sports Media Journal and I are back talking about the news of the week and we focus on what else? The replacement refs and the impact on the NFL’s ratings which is none. However, Keith and I talk about how the story of the replacements have […]

Sports Media Weekly No. 119 — Rob Stone, Fox Soccer

Keith Thibault of Sports Media Journal are back with another edition of our podcast. In the news segment, Keith and I talked about the passing of NFL Films President Steve Sabol and his impact on the popularity of National Football League. We moved to the story from Sports Business Daily that MLB will stay on […]