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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.
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Episode 400 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features ESPN Monday Night Football lead broadcaster Joe Buck. In this podcast we discuss the Monday Night Football schedule including the opening game between the Jets and Niners; how to navigate things Aaron Rodgers says away from football; the expectations placed on Tom Brady as a broa…
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This episode of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features Jordan Bianchi and Jeff Gluck. Both are Motorsports reporters for The Athletic and the co-hosts of The Teardown podcast. In this podcast, Gluck and Bianchi discuss the confrontation between Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Kyle Busch, following the NASCAR All-Star Race on Sunday night at…
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This episode of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features Austin Karp, managing editor/newsletters for Sports Business Journal and Ben Fischer, who covers the NFL and all other pro football news for Sports Business Journal. In this podcast, Karp and Fischer discuss the NFL’s schedule and which media partners did well; the importance of…
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Episode 399 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features Bryan Curtis, the Editor at Large at The Ringer and the co-host of the Press Box Podcast with David Shoemaker. In this podcast we discuss the NBA rights and what a future featuring ESPN, Amazon and NBC might look like; Charles Barkley as a free agent; the best place for Barkley; …
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Episode 398 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features Kevin Egan, the lead host for MLS 360, the weekly whip-around show on MLS Season Pass. In this podcast, Egan discusses the premise of MLS Season Pass; how a whip-around show for soccer works; his on-air colleagues Sacha Kljestan, Kaylyn Kyle, and Bradley Wright-Phillips; the tran…
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Episode 397 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features two writers from The Athletic who cover women’s basketball — Sabreena Merchant and Ben Pickman. They are also panelists on The Athletic’s Women’s Basketball Show podcast. In this podcast, Merchant and Pickman discuss what they are seeing as far as local and national WNBA media co…
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This episode of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features Jon Lewis, the founder and editor of Sports Media Watch. In this podcast we discuss viewership for the NBA playoffs and NHL playoffs; why the Knicks might not be as great a viewership draw as you might think; whether people will tune in specifically to see Anthony Edwards; the B…
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Episode 396 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features Sportsnet (Canada) anchor Evanka Osmak, the author of a new children’s book, “Ali Hoops!." The book encourages girls and boys to be involved in sports in any role regardless of skill level. In this podcast Osmak discusses the challenges of writing a children’s sports book; how to…
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Episode 395 of Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features Lindsay Schanzer, NBC Sports’ senior producer of horse racing and its college football studio coverage. Schanzer will also co-produce the gymnastics coverage of the Paris Olympics. In this podcast, Schanzer discusses navigating appealing to the hard core horse racing fan and the far …
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Episode 394 of Sports Media Podcast features Molly Solomon, the executive producer & president of NBC Olympics production. In this podcast, Solomon discusses what a primetime Olympics show on a network should look like in 2024 when the results will already be known; the viewership declines for the Olympics and why Paris might change the fortunes of…
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Episode 393 of Sports Media Podcast features Charlie Yook, NFL Network executive producer and the longtime point person for the network's NFL Draft coverage, and ESPN vice president executive production Seth Markman, who oversees all college football and NFL studio shows, including the NFL Draft. In this podcast, Markman and Yook discuss the growth…
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Episode 392 of the Sports Media Podcast features Mary Ormsby, the author of "World's Fastest Man*: The Incredible Life Of Ben Johnson." Ormsby worked at the Toronto Star for three decades where she was one of Canada's most acclaimed sports investigative reporters. In this podcast, Ormsby discusses her reporting on Ben Johnson and his race at the 19…
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Episode 391 of Sports Media Podcast features Danny Parkins, the author of "Pipeline to the Pros: How D3, Small College Nobodies Rose to Rule the NBA" and the co-host of The Score 670 (Chicago) afternoon show with Matt Spiegel. In this podcast, we discuss the origin of the book (he co-wrote it with Ben Kaplan); the many former D3 players serving as …
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Episode 390 of Sports Media Podcast features Andrew Marchand, a senior sports media columnist for The Athletic. In this podcast, we discuss Tom Brady’s comments about considering a comeback and what that means for Fox Sports if anything; if Brady owning a team is conflict of interest as a broadcaster; the NBA media rights and how Marchand sees them…
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This episode of the Sports Media Podcast features Jon Lewis, the founder and editor of Sports Media Watch. In this podcast we discuss viewership for the women’s and men’s tournament; the incredible numbers put up by the South Carolina-Iowa final; what Iowa's Caitlin Clark meant in terms of overall viewership; whether the women’s viewership numbers …
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Episode 389 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features James Andrew Miller, the best-selling author of books on CAA, ESPN, Saturday Night Live, and HBO. In this podcast, Miller discusses ESPN’s Norby Williamson, who had his hand in almost all parts of ESPN’s content and business areas, from programming, production and news during his…
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Episode 388 features ESPN Vice President of Brand Strategy and Content Research Flora Kelly. In this podcast, Kelly explains her role at ESPN and how that informs the company; how her research team works; the macro trends she is seeing in sports in 2024; why college sports is continuing to soar; the incredible numbers for women’s college basketball…
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Episode 387 of the Sports Media Podcast features The Athletic senior writer Chantel Jennings and Zena Keita, the host of The Athletic’s Women's Basketball Show and a reporter and analyst for NBC Sports Bay Area. In this podcast, the guests discuss Iowa’s win over LSU averaging 12.3 million viewers and peaking at 16 million viewers; what that number…
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This episode of the Sports Media Podcast features Austin Karp, managing editor/digital for Sports Business Journal, and Jon Lewis, the founder and editor of Sports Media Watch. In this podcast we discuss viewership for the men’s and women’s tournament; the incredible numbers put up by Iowa-LSU and UConn-USC; what Caitlin Clark means in terms of ove…
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From 'The TK Show' (subscribe here): Tim Kawakami and The Athletic's Richard Deitsch review what could've been the greatest night in women's college basketball history, where this sport goes from here and where the media coverage of LSU coach Kim Mulkey and her team has failed. Also, what the future looks like for NFL and NBA broadcasting. To learn…
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Episode 386 features author Keith O'Brien, whose new book is "Charlie Hustle The Rise and Fall of Pete Rose, and the Last Glory Days of Baseball." In this podcast, O'Brien discusses his new book on Rose; why Rose initially spoke with him and then stopped making contact; who he chose to interview for the book including Fay Vincent; interviewing the …
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Episode 385 features ESPN and SEC Network basketball host and analyst Andraya Carter. In this podcast, Carter discusses the women's tournament; how she sees the promotion for Caitlin Clark; the teams that have played the best so far; her anticipated Final Four; the potential of LSU-Iowa; the viewership for women's basketball; the futures of JuJu Wa…
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Episode 384 of Sports Media Podcast features Rebecca Quin, who is known as Becky Lynch in the WWE. Her new book, “Becky Lynch: The Man: Not Your Average Average Girl,” debuted on March 26. Lynch will also be one of the featured matches at the WWE’s WrestleMania 40, a two-night event on April 6 and 7, 2024, at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia…
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Episode 383 of Sports Media Podcast features best-selling author Jack McCallum, the writer of “The Real Hoosiers: Crispus Attucks High School, Oscar Robertson, and the Hidden History of Hoops.” In this podcast, MacCallum discusses the Crispus Attucks High School’s basketball team winning the Indiana state championship in 1955 and 1956, making the A…
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This episode of the Sports Media Podcast features Austin Karp, managing editor/digital for Sports Business Journal, and Jon Lewis, the founder and editor of Sports Media Watch. In this podcast we discuss our viewership predictions for the men’s and women’s tournament; what Caitlin Clark means in terms of overall viewership; whether the men are suff…
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