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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 375 of the Sports Media Podcast features Sports Business Journal managing editor/digital Austin Karp. In this podcast, we discuss Daytona 500 viewership; how the NCAA basketball tournaments should do viewership-wise; CNBC reporting that Amazon will pay $150 million to televise a wild-card playoff game to cap the 2024 season; Austin hosting …
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Episode 374 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features Sue Bird, the five-time Olympic gold medalist, four-time WNBA champion, and the host of “Sue’s Places,” an ESPN+ original series that features Bird exploring the history and traditions of college basketball. The series is currently in the middle of a 10-episode run. In this podca…
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Episode 373 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features Kristen Lappas, the director of “Giannis: The Marvelous Journey.” The film debuts Feb. 19 on Prime Video. Lappas works as a director and producer with Words + Pictures and previously worked as a feature producer for ESPN and ESPN Films. In this podcast, Lappas discusses telling A…
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Episode 372 of the Sports Media Podcast features CNBC media reporter Alex Sherman. In this podcast we discuss the Super Bowl viewership averaging 123.7 million viewers across television and streaming platforms; why the game was up seven percent; Paramount Global announcing layoffs shortly after the game; how much of the bump in viewership should be…
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Episode 371 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features Kenny Smith, who is in his 25th year as studio analyst for Inside the NBA. He will be in Indianapolis this weekend for WBD's coverage of the NBA All Star Game. In this podcast, Smith discusses his basketball consumption; why Inside The NBA has sustained its excellence over the ye…
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In this featured clip of our longform interview with WBD “Inside The NBA” analyst Kenny Smith that will publish on Feb. 14, the analyst offers his thoughts on how Inside The NBA has impacted other studio shows including alt-casts. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, and more. To learn more about listener data …
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Episode 370 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features Noah Eagle, who will serve as the play by play voice along with analyst Nate Burleson for Nickelodeon’s broadcast of the Super Bowl LVIII on Feb. 11. He also is the play-by-play voice of Big Ten Saturday Night – the primetime Big Ten Football game — on NBC and stream live on Peac…
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Episode 369 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features Tim Kawakami, who covers the San Francisco 49ers and other Bay Area teams as a columnist for The Athletic. He is also the host of “The TK Show” podcast and its various feeds. In this podcast, Kawakami discusses challenges and fun of covering the Niners; what kind of access he get…
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Episode 368 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features Nate Taylor, who covers the Kansas City Chiefs for The Athletic. In this podcast, Taylor discusses challenges and fun of covering the Chiefs; what kind of access he gets to Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce; the best talkers on the team; how Taylor Swift has impacted the coverage …
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Episode 367 of the Sports Media Podcast features Sports Media Watch editor and founder Jon Lewis. In this podcast, Deitsch and Lewis discuss the NFL’s Championship Game viewership; Super Bowl viewership expectations; Taylor Swift impact; Greg Olsen; what ESPN will do with its NBA teams; Netflix and niche sports, and more. You can subscribe to this …
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Episode 366 of the Sports Media Podcast features ESPN NHL broadcasters Ray Ferraro and Sean McDonough. They will call the NHL All Star Game on February 3 at 3PM ET on ABC. In this podcast, Ferraro and McDonough discuss the challenges of broadcasting an All-Star Game; what access viewers will get; why viewership is up this year in the NHL; the diffe…
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Episode 365 of the Sports Media Podcast features The Athletic’s senior women’s baseball writer Chantel Jennings. In this podcast, we discuss the NCAA’s eight-year agreement with ESPN worth $115 million annually to televise 40 college sports championships each year, including the marquee Division I women’s basketball tournament; why it the women’s b…
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Episode 364 of the Sports Media Podcast features The Boston Globe Sports media writer Chad Finn and CNBC media reporter Alex Sherman. In this podcast, we discuss the 10-year deal announced between TKO and Netflix for “Monday Night Raw”; what that deal might been for Netflix getting into the sports rights business; how the deal impacts other media c…
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Episode 363 of the Sports Media Podcast features Paul Finebaum, who hosts the aptly named The Paul Finebaum Show which can be heard on ESPN Radio, SEC Network and Sirius XM Channel 81 from Monday to Friday from 3 to 7 p.m. ET. In this podcast, Finebaum discusses how his show reacted to the retirement of Alabama coach Nick Saban; the reaction of his…
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Episode 362 of the Sports Media Podcast features Sports Business Journal managing editor/digital Austin Karp and Jon Lewis, the editor and founder of Sports Media Watch. In this podcast we discuss Peacock averaging 23 million viewers for its exclusive Dolphins-Chiefs game; what the viewership number means; why you will see this again next year; how…
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Episode 361 of the Sports Media Podcast features Karen Brodkin, the co-head of WME Sports and an executive vice president at its parent company, Endeavor, and Hillary Mandel, an executive vice president and head of media for the Americas for IMG, an Endeavor company. Brodkin and Mandel have worked as advisors on an endless amount of high-profile me…
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Episode 360 of the Sports Media Podcast features James Andrew Miller, the best-selling author of books on CAA, ESPN and Saturday Night Live and HBO. In this podcast Miller and Deitsch discuss Pat McAfee accusing a longtime ESPN executive of sabotaging his program by leaking false viewership information to the media; the appearances from Aaron Roger…
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Episode 359 of the Sports Media Podcast features ESPN producer Bill Bonnell and ESPN director Jimmy Platt. Bonnell and Platt served as the producer and director for the Michigan-Washington college football national championship game. In this podcast they discuss what is unique about a national college football championship for the production truck;…
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In this featured clip of our longform interview with ESPN's Hubie Brown that was published on Dec. 28, the Hall of Fame coach and analyst tells a story about the greatness of Wilt Chamberlain. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, and more. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https…
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Episode 358 of the Sports Media Podcast features The Boston Globe sports media writer Chad Finn and Sports Business Journal managing editor/digital Austin Karp. In this podcast, we discuss the upcoming Michigan-Washington college football national championship game and how we think it will do viewership-wise; our 2024 sports media predictions inclu…
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Episode 357 of the Sports Media Podcast features ESPN NBA analyst Hubie Brown. In this podcast, Brown discusses why he continues to love what he does at age 90; the value of feedback; remaining current with the game in 2023; his Dad as an influence; his Dad telling him in the seventh grade that “you’re always a half-step from the street” and why he…
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Episode 356 of the Sports Media Podcast features Fox NFL producer Richie Zyontz and Fox NFL director Rich Russo. They are the lead production staffers on Fox’s top NFL team. In this podcast, Zyontz and Russo discuss their second year working with Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen; doing Dallas-Miami; how having two sideline reporters impacts a broadca…
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Episode 355 of the Sports Media Podcast features The Boston Globe reporter Chad Finn. In this podcast we discuss Al Michaels not getting a playoff game for NBC; HBO’s “Real Sports” ends; where we think the NBA’s TV deal might head; the possibility of Bill Belichick taking a TV job; CFP semifinal viewership predictions; AI In Sports Journalism/Media…
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Episode 354 of the Sports Media Podcast features MLB reporter Fabian Ardaya, who covers the Dodgers for The Athletic. In this podcast, Ardaya discusses the challenges and opportunities of covering Ohtani; how the signing changes his job; the Dodgers’ pursuit; what kind of access he anticipates he’ll have to Ohtani; the baseball questions that now e…
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In this featured clip of our longform interview with ESPN's Laura Rutledge that was published on Dec. 8, the ESPN host and reporter discusses the difference of reporting on an NFL sideline versus a college football sideline. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about …
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