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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.
 
The Sportswriter's Life is a series of 12 podcast episodes, brought to you by sportswriting start-up Magnificent Irrelevance. Sportswriters from all around the world talk about how they got into the sportswriting business, what their current day-to-day and week-to-week looks like, and some trends they see for the future of sports media, sports journalism and sportswriting. Magnificent Irrelevance is soul-searching sportswriting, aiming to bring readers one standalone and stand-out piece of w ...
 
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Sports are in everything we do and everywhere we go. They enter places of business and dinner conversations of every kind. 410 Sports Talk is a fans commentary on sports, all sports; Baseball, Basketball, Football, MMA, maybe even golf. Coming to you from Baltimore, Maryland we give you our raw, emotionally driven, hilarious and sometimes unpopular opinions on the local teams while also covering those national headlines that are dominating your office, barbershop or break-room during the wee ...
 
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On the latest TDRP, Doug gets into Aaron Rodgers’ season ending thoughts from The Pat McAfee Show, talks some Marquette hoops with Cracked Sidewalks’ “Scrambled Eggs Podcast” host Joe McCann, and dives into the Baseball Hall of Fame debate with Milwaukee Journal Sentinel sportswriter JR Radcliffe!By Doug Russell
 
Maryland Sportswriter of the Year Jeff Zrebiec joins us to review the Ravens 2021 season and Look Ahead to the Off-Season Get More Content: https://patreon.com/410sportstalk SWAG: https://410-sports-talk.creator-spring.comBy James Haskell and Glenn Martin
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODEJason Bryant is a hall of fame broadcaster and sports announcer. He’s announced the Olympics, World Championships, NCAAs and countless other events. In the late 1990s he founded Mat Talk and re-launched the company as the Mat Talk Network in 2014. Since, he’s hosted and produced thousands of podcast episodes on the great sport of …
 
Bryan is joined by The New Yorker’s Jon Lee Anderson to unpack his career covering topics ranging from stories in the Peruvian jungle to the first democratic election following Peru’s 12-year-long dictatorship. They discuss his stint at Time magazine and then talk through his journey covering guerrilla groups in Latin America and eventually, Che Gu…
 
On today's SEN Mornings, Sydney Sixers assistant coach turned wicket keeper Jay Lenton joined Julian de Stoop to talk about the crazy finish to last night's BBL Challenger. SEN tennis commentator Louise Pleming then joined the show to talk about Ash Barty's semi-final against Madison Keys tonight and former netball star Kim Green called in after re…
 
On the 162nd episode of You Know I’m Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined by professional wrestler, PJ Black for an exclusive interview to discuss: - Growing up and wrestling at an early age in South Africa - Signing with WWE - Getting his ring name, Justin Gabriel - Being on the first season of NXT - Being in NEXUS and the possibility of…
 
On today's SEN Mornings, Julian de Stoop reflects on Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis' awe-inspiring match at Kia Arena yesterday and Mark Woodforde joins the show to explain why they're so watchable. He then talks to Australia's Women's bowling coach Ben Sawyer about the upcoming test match in the Women's Ashes, and Socceroo striker Jamie Macla…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODEConor Beebe is a 4x Illinois state champion and a 4x NCAA qualifier for Central Michigan University. After competing, Conor coached at Gardner Webb and Northwestern, before opening the Beebe Trained wrestling academy in Pinellas Park, Florida. Enjoy! (Photo: Northwestern University)*HAPPY HOURWe are hosting a happy hour this Frida…
 
Episode 179 of the Sports Media Podcast features Fox NFL analyst and Pro Football Hall of Famer Troy Aikman. He is followed by Chad Finn, the sports media writer of the Boston Globe. In this podcast, Aikman discusses how long he wants to remain in broadcasting; his future at Fox Sports and links to working for Amazon; the launch of a his low-cal, l…
 
Pat Rigsby has been coaching fitness business owners for more than 15 years — after spending some time as a personal trainer and an earlier career as a college baseball coach. Pat is an entrepreneur and author, as we’ll. But “Coach” is his favorite role, and today on the Optimal Aging podcast, Pat shares his coaching experiences and philosophy shap…
 
On today's SEN Mornings, Julian de Stoop starts off the show speaking to Channel 9 tennis commentator Tom Rehn and then Blair Kerkhoff joins the show all the way from Missouri to talk about Kansas City's amazing win over Buffalo in the NFL playoffs yesterday. Olympian Eloise Wellings then calls in to give an update on her middle-distance running ca…
 
Bryan and David are back to discuss the weekend full of divisional-round playoff games. They break down the impact these games have had on the audience and touch on Aaron Rodgers’s interview with Kevin Van Valkenburg two days before his divisional game as well as Tony Romo's performance (6:42). Then, they address the potential career moves for New …
 
This week we speak to Ben Carrington about USC’s new head coach Lincoln Riley and the bloated contract the university offered him. Carrington goes into detail about the big issues in college athletics including the transfer portal and the very structure of college sports. We also have "Choice Words" about a hedge fund investor who owns a sizable po…
 
On Monday's SEN Mornings Julian de Stoop spoke to Adelaide Strikers skipper Peter Siddle after his side continued their unforeseen BBL finals run with a win over the Thunder last night. He then spoke to Mark Woodforde about the "Special-K" pairing taking the Aus Open doubles by storm and AFLW star Kate Hore about Melbourne's sublime start to the 20…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODEIra Lubert is the co-founder of Independence Capital Partners and is a longtime supporter of Penn State wrestling. Ira wrestled for Penn State in the 1970s before embarking on an incredibly successful business career spanning sales, private equity and real estate. Ira also played a key role in Penn State’s hiring of Cael Sanderson…
 
Human Rights activist Andréa Worden joins Patrick McEnroe to discuss Peng Shuai and the upcoming Olympic Games. Andréa Worden, J.D., M.A., is an avid winter sports fan and former professional ski instructor. She is also a human rights advocate, translator and writer, whose work focuses primarily on the PRC party-state’s interactions with the UN hum…
 
Bryan is joined by Carl Bernstein to discuss his career as a reporter dating back to his time as a teenager at the Washington Star. They reflect on the newsroom in the ’60s, what it was like covering the Kennedy vs. Nixon presidential election, and how the Watergate scandal compares to recent times. Host: Bryan Curtis Guest: Carl Bernstein Associat…
 
On Tim Gossage's final show filling in for Gerard Whateley, Julia Price called in to preview the Women's Ashes that kicks off today and the cricket kept coming when BBL GM Alistair Dobson recapped the regular season and answered the tough questions surrounding the league. Then Nick Maxwell joined the show to discuss what's happening at Collingwood,…
 
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