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Best podcasts about awful announcing

Latest podcast episodes about awful announcing

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Sportsbeat AM 10-15-21

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 113:54


Jim Irizarry is in for Darin. Jim talks to James Fegan from The Athletic about what's in the store for the White Sox offseason. Ian Casselberry from Awful Announcing talks to Jim about Dodgers-Giants, the NHL debuting

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Ian Casselberry Interview 10-15-21

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 23:15


Jim talks to Ian Casselberry from Awful Announcing about the latest sports media news, including the NFL's new Monday Night Wild Card and the NHL debuts on ESPN and TNT.

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com
Covering the Buckeyes, Part 1: Beat wars, message board culture and an inside look at Ohio State reporting

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 125:54


Welcome to Part 1 of a two-part Buckeye Talk examining life inside the Ohio State beat. On this first episode (the second ep is immediately after this in your podcast feed) Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means start off by talking about what happened at Buckeye Scoop, a site that coverages Ohio State that recently saw one co-founder of the site, Marc Givler, sue the two other co-founders, Kirk Barton and Ken Stickney. From there, Doug, Nathan and Stephen branched off to talk about message boards, reporting and how they cover the Buckeyes. (0:00 to 49:49).Then several guests from other Ohio State sites visited to discuss their views on the subject and how they cover the team:Bill Landis and Ari Wasserman, former Buckeye Talk co-hosts now working at The Athletic (49:50 to 1:17:35)Ben Koo, an OSU alum and fan who founded the sports media site Awful Announcing and has knowledge of the Buckeyes and a big-picture media view (1:17:36 to 1:39:05)Bill Rabinowitz and Joey Kaufman of the Columbus Dispatch (1:39:06 to 2:03:54)And then there's a quick wrapup by Doug. In a week when the Buckeyes are seven-touchdown favorites over Akron, this is something a little different from cleveland.com. We hope you enjoy it, and don't forget to listen to Part 2 after this. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Chase Thomas Podcast
Ben Simmons Trade Problems, Clippers New Arena and Lakers Season Preview With Jovan Buha of The Athletic. Plus, Cleveland Browns With Holly Wetzel of The Orange Is Oranger

The Chase Thomas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 89:28


Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by The Athletic's Jovan Buha to talk about the latest development in the Ben Simmons trade saga, what Philadelphia can get for him before the season, the Clippers moving to Inglewood, the Lakers' offseason moves, how Westbrook will fit in Los Angeles, the veteran-heavy glue guys, if the Lakers can secure a top-4 seed, Western Conference contenders and much more (1:00). Then, Awful Announcing and The Orange Is Oranger's Holly Wetzel jumps on the program to talk about the Browns through two weeks, the dominance of Cleveland's offensive line, Baker's toughness, missing OBJ, losing Landry, issues with the secondary early on and much more (60:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Jovan Buha, Holly Wetzel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sayonara Baseball
Feels Like the First Time in Arizona. Blacked Out in Iowa.

Sayonara Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 79:13


Kazuki and Brandon deliver a lengthy news update before getting into several stories around the world of baseball. To start, the hosts discuss how the Field of Dreams Game could create a future of special event site baseball games. Also, when speaking of Iowa, Brandon shares how Iowa has become the center of the local blackouts discussion across all the professional sports and how that relates to how sports fans watch (or listen) to their favorite teams. Later on, Kazuki details the AL East and why Milwaukee is far greater than a great pitching staff. To close, our walk-up song of the show celebrates a great tradition from the University of Wisconsin. Check out all the resources and episodes notes here: Trevor Bauer story from Washington Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/2021/08/14/trevor-bauer-ohio-protection-order/ Trevor Bauer story from LA Times: https://www.latimes.com/sports/dodgers/story/2021-08-17/trevor-bauer-hearing-second-day-fernando-tatis-mike-clevinger Trevor Bauer case explained on ESPN Daily: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1L0sCshEQJ4mpKgOZ0D5jC?si=XeFbZ8zxTauc2JfVI_0q5g&dl_branch=1 Iowa Blackout explanation from Wall Street Journal: https://www.wsj.com/articles/baseball-field-of-dreams-mlb-black-out-iowa-11628824835 Iowa Blackout explanation from Awful Announcing: https://awfulannouncing.com/mlb/an-iowa-mlb-fan-is-begging-for-an-end-to-blackouts.html MLB and Tier-One Streaming Partners update from Sportico: https://www.sportico.com/business/media/2021/barstool-sports-mlb-broadcast-rights-1234636982/ Check out the Spotify Playlist we made for our choices for Walk-Up Songs: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1lBAcuqi2VSEWQlveZaQtV?si=0f466e3602234b8a Follow us now on Twitter!! We're also on Amazon Music and Audible!!! Please listen to us there as well. For more updates about the show, please check out: https://daylightinteractive.com/ For more of Brandon's work, please see here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/theairlineguy/ -- --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Sports Radio 105.5 WNSP
The Game Plan 8.11.21

Sports Radio 105.5 WNSP

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 121:36


Dave recaps the 1st Episode of the new season of Hard Knocks. Are the Cowboys responsible for Dak's injury? Featuring Justin Ferguson from the Auburn Observer, Joe Lucia from The Outside Corner and Awful Announcing on MLB, Seth Emerson from The Athletic previews the Georgia Bulldogs and Adam Hunsucker from The News Star previews the ULM Warhawks. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wnsp/support

The Reese Waters Show
7/20/2021 - HR 2 - Joe Lucia & Weird Broadcasting Choices

The Reese Waters Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 45:03


Hey! Who is that doing the color commentary on that record breaking Carl Lewis race... Oh. It's The Juice? That's weird. Anyway, the great Joe Lucia of Awful Announcing joins the show to discuss a decision that is not questionable. Peyton & Eli head to the booth this season.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Indy Cornrows: for Indiana Pacers fans
IC Episode 212: Diving into Wagner/Giddey/Kuminga/Moody & Jay Rigdon joins

Indy Cornrows: for Indiana Pacers fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2021 86:03


Mark Schindler is joined by Tom Lewis to discuss the draft and the Pacers' options with the 13th pick before being joined by Jay Rigdon of Awful Announcing. Send us any questions, comments, or feedback either on Twitter or Indy Cornrows. Be sure to rate and review on Apple Podcasts and subscribe anywhere else you listen to the Indy Cornrows podcast. Visit https://www.indycornrows.com You can follow Caitlin on Twitter @C2_Cooper Tom @IndyCornrows and Mark @MSchindlerNBA Credit to BRBeats Podcast Music @BenRauman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Parting Schotts Podcast
Talking with Negandhi, Smoltz and Fang

The Parting Schotts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 60:41


On the latest edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,” host and Associate Sports Editor Ken Schott interviews ESPN “SportsCenter” anchor Kevin Negandhi. The pair discusses Negandhi's role hosting Thursday night's National Spelling Bee finals, and the ESPN anchor also spends some time commiserating with Schott over their Philadelphia sports teams' issues. Baseball Hall of Famer John Smoltz then joins the show to talk about Atlanta Braves pitcher and Shenendehowa graduate Ian Anderson, the state of Major League Baseball and his golf game. Ken Fang of Awful Announcing then joins the show. He breaks down the legacy of the NHL on NBC, the team ESPN has assembled for its NHL coverage, NBC's Summer Olympics coverage and the controversy surrounding ESPN's NBA hosts Rachel Nichols and Maria Taylor. “The Parting Schotts Podcast” is available wherever you get your podcasts and at https://dailygazette.com/category/sports/parting-schotts/.

Wrigleyville Nation's Podcast - Chicago Cubs Discussion, News, & More
Wrigleyville Nation Ep 252 - Guest: Matt Clapp, Cubs winning, Javy Magic, Tough June Schedule, & More

Wrigleyville Nation's Podcast - Chicago Cubs Discussion, News, & More

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 69:47


Matt Clapp, from The Comeback and Awful Announcing, joins us this week. We recap a successful week for the Cubs. We discuss the injury situation. The upcoming schedule is about to get really difficult for the Cubs, we preview the upcoming series against he Padres. Javy's magic play, Theo has some potential MLB rules changes, this day in Cubs history, and more!

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans
Episode 279: NL East preview and more

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2021 68:39


Brad Rowland is joined by Joe Lucia of Awful Announcing to preview the NL East for the 2021 season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Parting Schotts Podcast
Talking Giants and NFC East, NHL TV deal with ESPN

The Parting Schotts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 55:40


On the latest edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,” host and Associate Sports Editor Ken Schott discusses the New York Giants and the NFC East with New York Daily News Giants beat writer Pat Leonard. Schott then talks with Ken Fang of Awful Announcing about the NHL returning to ESPN, and where negotiations stand on new NFL TV deals. “The Parting Schotts Podcast” is available wherever you get your podcasts and at https://dailygazette.com/category/sports/parting-schotts/.

Locked On Browns - Daily Podcast On The Cleveland Browns
The initial playoff feelings, Tuesday's kick down low, but come Sunday? Lets Go with Holly Wetzel

Locked On Browns - Daily Podcast On The Cleveland Browns

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2021 42:22


Jeff Lloyd is joined by Awful Announcing's Holly Wetzel. Holly gives us her first hand thoughts from Sunday after finally seeing this team make the playoffs. The Tuesday news of no Coach Stefanski, or Bitionio, or others certainly killed the damn buzz. All of these losses but come Sunday night at 8 pm all Browns fans gonna be talking that talk. This team will fight hard we can guarantee this. #Browns #BakerMayfield #NickChubb #JarvisLandry #MylesGarrett #JacobPhillips #DenzelWard Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Browns Plainly Podcast
The initial playoff feelings, Tuesday's kick down low, but come Sunday? Lets Go with Holly Wetzel

Browns Plainly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2021


Jeff Lloyd is joined by Awful Announcing's Holly Wetzel. Holly gives us her first hand thoughts from Sunday after finally seeing this team make the playoffs. The Tuesday news of no Coach Stefanski, or Bitionio, or others certainly killed the damn buzz. All of these losses but come Sunday night at 8 pm all Browns fans gonna be talking that talk. This team will fight hard we can guarantee this. #Browns #BakerMayfield #NickChubb #JarvisLandry #MylesGarrett #JacobPhillips #DenzelWard Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

the nail in the coffin | A Cleveland sports podcast
Episode 187 – Inside the disputes keeping Cavs and Browns games off our TVs

the nail in the coffin | A Cleveland sports podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2020 36:39


As of Monday afternoon, subscribers of YouTube TV, Hulu and Sling in Northeast Ohio were blocked out from watching Cavs games on Fox Sports Ohio. Local DIRECTV and AT&T Uverse subscribers are keeping their fingers crossed that they don't have to watch the Browns' Sunday Night Football game on a Spanish network because they are currently blocked from receiving WKYC. With disputes between cable providers and network operators on the rise, Awful Announcing owner and editor Ben Koo joins the Nail to explain why losing access to big games is becoming a more frequent problem and how soon we can expect deals in these latest fights to be reached. Plus: Sinclair betting big on a reimagined regional sports network model, how much teams and leagues get involved in negotiations between cable companies and networks to ensure their games are available as widely as possible, and other sports broadcasting trends to watch in 2021. On Awful Announcing: Sports fans are hostages in carriage disputes and we often pay the ransom On WFNY: Waiting all day for Sunday night no more: Browns flexed to SNF

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans
Episode 265: Taking stock with Joe Lucia

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2020 42:41


Brad Rowland and Awful Announcing's Joe Lucia to discuss the latest news and Atlanta's offseason. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Land-Grant Holy Land: for Ohio State Buckeyes fans
In Conversation: Ben Koo on Declining Sports Ratings, ESPN Firings, More (11/10/20)

Land-Grant Holy Land: for Ohio State Buckeyes fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2020 41:28


On Land-Grant Holy Land In Conversation, we talk to people in and around Ohio State athletics, and the sporting world at large, to bring you a different insight and perspective to the teams, athletes, and university that you love. On today’s episode, we are in conversation with the Owner and Editor in Chief for Awful Announcing and The Comeback Ben Koo. Not only is Ben one of the most plugged-in sports media analysts in the business, but he is also a die-hard Ohio State fan. In our conversation, we talk about last week’s layoffs at ESPN, how college football pregame shows have dealt with COVID-19, the odd experience of watching a game with no fans in the crowd, and of course, the bizarrely controversial topic of declining sports ratings. Contact Ben Koo Twitter: @BenKoo Awful Announcing AwfulAnnouncing.com | @AwfulAnnouncing The Comeback TheComeback.com | @TheComeback Contact Matt Tamanini Twitter: @BWWMatt Theme music provided by www.bensound.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bleeding Purple: A Minnesota Vikings Pod
A good, not great, Vikings/Lions preview for Week 9 (with Ian Casselberry)

Bleeding Purple: A Minnesota Vikings Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2020 39:59


The Viking Age's Adam Patrick kicks off this episode by going over the recent comments from former Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen about how Mike Zimmer hurt his feelings. Then Adam does his best to answer some questions from The Viking Age followers on Twitter. To preview Minnesota's upcoming matchup against the Detroit Lions and share NFC North sob stories, Adam is joined by Ian Casselberry from The Comeback and Awful Announcing. Follow The Viking Age! Twitter Facebook   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Don't Call it a Rebuild It's a TEAMBUILD
Ian Casselberry one of the founding fathers of baseball blogging in Detroit joins Mark Gorosh and Brandon Day

Don't Call it a Rebuild It's a TEAMBUILD

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2020 82:50


Ian Casselberry National blogger (Awful Announcing) and podcaster @thepodcass and former primary writer at Bless You Boys joins Mark Gorosh and Brandon Day

Bless You Boys: for Detroit Tigers fans
BYB Podcast 82: Ian Casselberry on Bless You Boys history and this season of COVID-19

Bless You Boys: for Detroit Tigers fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2020 84:50


One of the early managing editors of Bless You Boys, the lovely Ian Casselberry joins host Brandon Day and the host of the Don't Call it a Rebuild, it's a Team Build podcast, Mark Gorosh, for a wide-ranging conversation. You can find Ian these days writer for Awful Announcing, and links to his myriad podcasts can be found at his Twitter handle, @iancass. We'll talk about the early history of the Bless You Boys blog, and the Wild West days of the Tigers' nascent blogosphere in the mid-00's. Social media has radically changed the landscape over the years, while the analytics era has radically changed how the game is covered. We'll talk about that and the history of the Tigers in the intervening timespan, and contemplate sports in the year of COVID-19. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Zone Podcasts
The Wake Up Zone Hour Four 06-30-20

Zone Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2020 36:41


The Wake Up Zone Hour Four 06-30-20: Sports Media discussion with Andrew Buckholtz of Awful Announcing, Teams we hate, an Antonio Brown return(?) and more.

Wake Up Zone
The Wake Up Zone Hour Four 06-30-20

Wake Up Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2020 36:41


The Wake Up Zone Hour Four 06-30-20: Sports Media discussion with Andrew Buckholtz of Awful Announcing, Teams we hate, an Antonio Brown return(?) and more.

Wake Up Zone
Sports Media talk with Andrew Buckholtz of Awful Announcing

Wake Up Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2020 18:47


Our sports media discussion with Andrew Buckholtz of Awful Announcing | the Fox / USGA breakup, remote announcers during Covid19, the back story of “The Decision,” viewing sports without fans in stands and more.

Zone Podcasts
Sports Media talk with Andrew Buckholtz of Awful Announcing

Zone Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2020 18:47


Our sports media discussion with Andrew Buckholtz of Awful Announcing | the Fox / USGA breakup, remote announcers during Covid19, the back story of “The Decision,” viewing sports without fans in stands and more.

94.3 The Game
The Patrick Johnson Show 06 12 2020

94.3 The Game

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2020 49:47


On the latest edition of "The Patrick Johnson Show": Comments from ECU alum Harold Varner III on Day 2 of The Charles Schwab Challenge, former Pirate baseball player, 2020 MLB second-round draft pick, and one of the newest members of St Louis Cardinals, Alec Burleson joins the show, plus a preview of ESPN 30 for 30's "Lone Gone Summer" w/ Awful Announcing's Ben Koo and Fandango's Nikki Novak with the latest movie releases.

Wes McElroy Podcast
McElroy - Hour 2 (06/12/20)

Wes McElroy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2020 42:41


Gary Gramling of Monday Morning QB talks with Wes about the possibility of Colin Kaepernick coming back to the NFL, if he could be a backup QB, and his thoughts on the idea of “quarantine QB’s” during COVID-19. Ian Casselberry of Awful Announcing breaks how sports could look and sound as the return to television.

Wes McElroy Podcast
McElroy - Hour 3 (05/19/20)

Wes McElroy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2020 42:46


Wes goes Covering the Commonwealth with Damon Dillman on UVA, Wayne Epps Jr. on VCU, and Pete Hailey on the Redskins. Ian Casselberry of Awful Announcing discusses his thoughts on the viewership ratings of ESPN’s “Last Dance”, other sports teams that could make a multi-part documentary, and his reaction to golf and NASCAR with no fans.​

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast Episode 55 - Adam Amin

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2020 54:01


5:30 - In Watching "The Last Dance," when did the early memories of being a kid in Chicago watching the Bulls kick in? 7:35 - Did he ever try to emulate any 1990s Bulls when he was hooping it up? 8:42 - How and when did his father, as a Pakistani immigrant, become a huge Chicago sports fans? 10:36 - Their shared love of sports despite never going to a game in-person together 12:53 - The story of a really beautiful connected moment between his dad, him, and Steve Kerr 19:22 - How he views the series through the lens of his family/memories of watching the Bulls as a kid 22:18 - Did the documentary change his perspective at all of the 1990s Bulls? 24:50 - Does he envision more accessibility from teams and players in the future? 29:10 - Did he felt like there was anything left out from "The Last Dance" worth telling? 32:00 - On his competitiveness level and the feeling of having to outwork everyone in his path 37:33 - Is there a way to stay fresh as a broadcaster amidst COVID-19? 40:29 - Any surprise that both the NFL and CFB have operated with a "business as usual" mindset 44:00 - On how he ended up at FOX from ESPN / the relationships he's made at ESPN 48:10 - Nerding out on sports theme music, and now having Roundball Rock (NBA on NBC theme) as a broadcaster on FOX 50:40 - A petition to get the original MLB on FOX music back for FOX baseball

The Eleven Dubcast
Ep 258: Cutting the Cord

The Eleven Dubcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2020 48:44


This week Johnny and Andy talk to Awful Announcing's Ben Koo about the future of college sports on your television.

94.3 The Game
The Patrick Johnson Show 04 17 2020

94.3 The Game

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2020 47:20


TGIF Edition of "The Patrick Johnson Show"!!! Tune in as the P-Man will be joined by Awful Announcing's Ben Koo to talk the upcoming ESPN documentary "The Last Dance" and Fandango's Nikki Novak joins talking the latest in movies and Hollywood!!!

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast Episode 54 - Joe Buck

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2020 54:30


5:48 - How he admired his dad's ability to remember and connect with everyone he met 7:22 - Have things slowed down for him after starting his career so fast and quickly? 8:41 - Parenting in his late 20s/early 30s vs now at 50 with two young twin boys 10:30 - On his dad being his best friend and how he handled getting the Cardinals gig at age 21 13:21 - Did he feel like he got unfairly singled out early on because of his name? 15:24 - His relationship with him mom/sister and how his mom gave him far more feedback on his broadcasting than his dad 19:10 - Is he still able to get actual legitimate feedback for his broadcasts at FOX 24:15 - Who he envisions as the next Romo & great NFL broadcast analyst 25:56 - When did he feel like he needed to start opening up and feeling like he could be his authentic self 29:04 - On being able to break out of his shell after nearly 20-something years of feeling like he couldn't 30:50 - His newfound relationship with social media and the importance of being your real self on social media 32:52 - His favorite mundane home achievement that he got to broadcast 32:30 - On "Daddy Issues," and the early success of the show 36:00 - On connecting to their podcast audience through their parenting stories and being a dad 38:25 - The star power they've had on the show and gotten them (A-Rod specifically) to be a complete open book 41:15 - What's next for the show 42:30 - On booking on guest just to get another one (great story) 44:45 - If he's had a pot brownie since the infamous night in Cabo 49:00 - Old time crazy broadcaster stories

FUTRSPRT
The Virtual NFL Draft

FUTRSPRT

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2020 31:26


Jamie Hepner, Director of Applied Sports Science/Football at Catapult Sports discusses how teams are using modern technology to scout players in anticipation of the virtual NDFL draft. Sam Fortier of the Washington Post looks at how the Redskins, a team with a new head coach and front office are dealing with streamlining their first draft together. Joe Lucia from Awful Announcing thinks the viewing experience of this draft could change future ones that don't have social distancing measures in place. 

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast Episode 53 - Ernie Johnson

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2020 34:25


5:38 - How he and his family are handling/keeping busy during the pandemic 7:30 - On finding a routine / starting EJ's Journalism School 11:35 - Which of the "J-School" lessons has stood out most? 14:35 - His path in broadcasting... was there apprehension about working Braves games with his dad 16:50 - When did he feel like he found his voice in broadcasting? 20:36 - The moment he knew that there was something different and special about "Inside the NBA" 23:45 - On the origin of the "Inside the NBA" games like "Who He Play For?" "How You Say That?" (etc...) 29:25 - Memories/stories of travels and experiences with his NBA on TNT crew 32:21 - His NBA Together show

The Parting Schotts Podcast
Ken Rosenthal, Ken Fang and Andrew Catalon join show

The Parting Schotts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2020 58:15


On this edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,”I talk with Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, Fox Sports and MLB Network about how and when Major League Baseball will start the season during the coronavirus pandemic. Schott and Rosenthal also reminisce about there time at the York Daily Record in the mid-1980s. Ken then speaks with Ken Fang of Awful Announcing about how the sports networks are handling the lack of live events. CBS Sports announcer and former NewsChannel 13 (WNYT) sportscaster Andrew Catalon comes on to discuss a project he is doing to help aspiring sports broadcasters. On Twitter, follow Associate Sports Editor Ken Schott @slapschotts and Daily Gazette Sports @dgazettesports. Email Schott at schott@dailygazette.com. Listen to “The Parting Schotts Podcast” at https://dailygazette.com/sports/partingschotts, Apple Podcasts, Castbox and Spotify.

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast Episode 52 - Joe Davis (Fox Sports)

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2020 43:12


0:21: Podcast Introduction 5:30: Introduction with Joe Davis 6:35: How he's stayed busy throughout quarantine/stay-at-home in CA 8:47: Favorite spots around the country to find the best smoked meat in America 10:04: First interest in broadcasting and how he started calling his first games 11:05: The first broadcasters he emulated early on 15:13: Getting letters/DMs asking for broadcast advice after he did it when he was a kid 17:00: His college football days - was he good with the media as an athlete? 18:25: His time in Montgomery, taking every broadcast and gig that he possibly could during that time 22:20: What was his first "Welcome to the Big Leagues, kid" type of moment? 23:30: Reflecting on taking over for Vin Scully after getting the Dodgers job 24:41: The unbelievable advice Vin Scully passed along, and who he got that same advice from 26:23: Does he miss play-by-play on radio? 27:24: How he envisions the baseball season going post Corona Virus 30:00: How will the Astros scandal discussion likely unfold once the season begins? 32:57: How he'd like to see baseball improve/connect with younger fans 34:30: If he's had conversations on potentially adapting to betting information/more advanced stats into the broadcast 36:15: RAPID-FIRE! --

Watch the Media with John Shrader
ANDREW BUCHOLTZ, Media Reporter, Awful Announcing

Watch the Media with John Shrader

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2020 24:48


Andrew Bucholtz, Media Reporter for Awful Announcing Covid-19 is at the top of the sports world conversation these days. No games, what happens to TV, its content and its reporters and on-air personalities. Among the other conversation points: The NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement, Tom Brady’s announcement, and TV Sports and streaming services. (Don’t count on them giving it away for free, he says.)

The Beat of Sports
How Did Tony Romo Get $17 Million From CBS

The Beat of Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2020 13:38


The biggest sports media story from over the weekend was that Tony Romo has signed a new deal with CBS that will pay him $17 million per year. Andrew Bucholtz from Awful Announcing joins the show to discuss how this deal happened and what the next step is for ESPN as they look to figure out their Monday Night Football booth.

Under Center Podcast
Trubisky, Watson, and Mahomes forever connected

Under Center Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2020 23:56


The Pace Bowl has come and gone and football fans everywhere are better for it, except Bears fans. Host Laurence Holmes is joined by Ben Heisler (@bennyheis) host of the Awful Announcing podcast, to discuss 51-31 shootout of Watson vs Mahomes, and the draft that will forever connect the 3 quarterbacks.(1:32) - What it was like to watch Watson vs Mahomes live(4:30) - Weird that the Chiefs down 3 TDs is nothing to them(7:30) - How does scoring 31 points get you blown out?(10:00) - Does It bother Mahomes that Bears over looked him?(11:40) - How far is Trubisky from Watson and Mahomes?(15:30) - What did Ryan Pace see in Trubisky that he didn't with the other 2?(21:10) - Where does the Pace Bowl game rank?

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast Episode 50 - Chris Fowler

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2020 40:00


3:00 - Why he loves creating a bunch of new content on Instagram/Why it's more positive than Twitter 4:30 - Finding a good balance between talking sports vs life on social media 6:05 - Was leaving Gameday emotional for you? 8:41 - Does he still watch the show? 10:02 - His first interest in college football living in State College 12:08 - Early influences in the broadcast world 14:29 - His father being a Theater Professor and if there's any influence in getting him started in sportscasting/speaking 17:00 - On finding ways to stand out when newer generations are growing up comfortable in front of a camera 18:58 - Starting at ESPN just a few years out of college 22:02 - Does he ever think of the "what if?" Including a decision for him at ESPN that would've taken him away from the Gameday opportunity 25:30 - On the decision to move from Gameday to more play-by-play coverage, specifically the Saturday night game of the week 27:05 - What stands out the most in the 25+ years of being a part of the show 32:53 - On his time broadcasting tennis and how long it took him to get comfortable doing play-by-play for it 36:58 - Previewing the National Championship / Megacast talk

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast Episode 48 - Colleen Wolfe of NFL Network

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2019 50:30


On this week's edition of the podcast, host Ben Heisler was joined by NFL Network's Colleen Wolfe. 4:20 - Her love for rescuing animals, despite being allergic to them 6:00 - Her rescue pet story gone wrong 7:56 - Family dynamic as a kid in Philadelphia / were they all sports fans? 10:10 - Her mom is a hot take artist 11:22 - Going from a potential art major to communications 14:56 - Her start in radio at WIP in Philadelphia 18:21 - How radio allowed her to have many opportunities and have fun in sports 20:50 - Why she believes there's not more women in sports radio 24:10 - Tough conversations she had with producers/management 27:05 - Being a "one-person band" in TV and doing everything on the fly 29:30 - How she was super close to quitting TV before the NFL Network gig came along 34:15 - When did she finally feel comfortable in her role at NFL Network? 39:00 - An inside look into the postgame show from the crazy ending to Browns/Steelers (the Myles Garrett incident) 47:15 - Stories from the travels with the Thursday Night crew of Michael Irvin, Steve Smith & Joe Thomas

The Sports-Casters
Season 9 Episode 21- Jeff Passan, Neil Best

The Sports-Casters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2019 84:20


Steve interviews Jeff Passan (00:07:26)from ESPN's baseball coverage. Jeff talks about the latest Houston Astros scandal, tries to explain why Major League Baseball's free agency moves so much slower than other sports, and tells us what Daniel Hudson said to him after he recorded the last out of the World Series. Jeff also explains why he continually does the podcast despite Steve being a mush mouth and why he doesn't do very many other podcasts. Also, Neil Best (00:41:24) from New York Newsday joins us to talk about sports radio in New York City. Neil talks about the ratings battle between Michael Kay and Mike Francesa, explains what WFAN will do when Mike leaves the station, and wishes upon a star with Steve on various scenarios featuring Chris Russo. Steve starts the show by recapping a crazy week for the podcast that included a writeup on Awful Announcing. The book club talks about books by Rob Miech and Greg Prato. The show ends with one last thing about Paula's new decision to throw a tantrum everyday when its time for bed. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com

Chicago Shuffle: A Chicago Bears Pod
Week 8 Bears - Chargers: The Bears drop a game that should never have been close and now Nagy's on the hotseat.

Chicago Shuffle: A Chicago Bears Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2019 54:01


Host Zach Lee is joined by guest Matt Clapp (@dabearnecess) from The Comeback and Awful Announcing to discuss the Bears inexplicable 17-16 loss to the woeful Chargers at Soldier Field. We discuss Mitch Trubisky's incredible ability to suck and then maybe be good and then instantly super suck; Matt Nagy's terrible game management, play-calling and coaching; and then looking ahead to what it all means for the state of the franchise going forward and into next season as the 2019 Chicago Bears season spirals towards disaster.

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast Episode 47 - Candace Parker

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2019 25:33


2:08 - Her dominant High School championship performance against Ben's HS team 3:05 - Where her love of basketball first began 4:50 - How her and her dad were part of the "positionless basketball movement" early on in her life 6:00 - On all the challenging coaches that impacted her life/career 7:10 - Toughest player/competitor on the court she's ever faced 9:18 - Could the NBA learn or grow from anything the WNBA has been doing (or vice versa) 12:55 - Could she see herself running an organization or coaching after her playing career is over? 14:11 - On how she was approached by Turner to be an analyst 15:29 - Early influences in her media career and who helped her along the way 16:20 - Her new podcast with Kristen Ledlow 17:48 - Does she feel a connection to Zion Williamson as two highly touted prospects coming into college/pros 19:40 - Which team does she always have to tune in to watch? 21:05 - Any potential surprise teams this year? 22:55 - Any chance the Bulls could be a playoff team this year/Zach LaVine primed for a huge year

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast Episode 46 - Greg Amsinger of MLB Network

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2019 38:09


2:20 - On his 11 years at MLB Network 3:00 - What changed in his life early on that made him want to pursue this as a career 4:40 - Growing up with seven siblings 6:30 - How acting class were monumental for his career growth 8:10 - Why he needs to be reactive to be successful and how that's different than "not preparing" 12:00 - When he knew he could be more reactionary and not relying on notes/scripts etc 14:30 - On handling Producers not liking that he shares his opinions and not just "tees up analysts" 15:40 - Did he ever want to do radio or be a talk show host? 17:00 - His love for radio 17:50 - On working with Adam Zucker, Michelle Beadle & Kathryn Tappen back in the day at CSTV 19:20 - His relationship with the other analysts at MLB Network, notably Harold Reynolds 21:20 - What would he like to do that he hasn't done at the network yet? 23:00 - Why people continue to fight the changes and adaptations that baseball is looking to make 27:00 - "Dead Brain Heavers" 29:45 - Would MLB consider changing where and how they hold the MLB Draft? 33:00 - Mike Shannon stories 35:00 - How does he avoid/stay off social media with his job?

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast: Jason Benetti

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2019 61:50


4:30 - Calling an Electrician Championship on ESPN 8 the Ocho this year 7:20 - When he learned that broadcasts could and should be fun 9:28 - Where did his love of sports first come from? 10:20 - How growing up in Chicago in the Michael Jordan era helped make sports part of the every day conversation 12:15 - The value of doing radio early in his life (high school) 13:20 - The impact of early feedback 14:10 - How he responded to the competitive atmosphere and nature at Syracuse 16:10 - Does he regret setting the tone for much of the competitive, aggressive environment 18:42 - What did he want to do when he left college 20:50 - On learning to do TV and deal with the challenges of it for the first time late in his career 25:00 - Did he ever want to be a radio talk show host 28:50 - On the possibility he could return home to the White Sox for his dream job 33:31 - Early broadcaster influences 39:10 - On the pace of baseball & college football and what can be done to fix it (if anything at all) 42:10 - Why do people and viewers get upset when changes happen in baseball? 45:51 - On being a part of the Statcast broadcast and going through trying to make it interesting and unique to traditional baseball viewers 49:45 - His "celebrity" weekend in Anaheim with Bill Walton, Mike Schur, and Mike O'Brien 55:00 - Pizza in a bag and fun times in New York 56:45 - His work and videos for the Cerebral Palsy Foundation

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast Episode 43 - Matthew Berry

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2019 53:20


4:48 - The challenges and exciting things that come with putting out a 28 hour fantasy football marathon 5:33 - Keeping content fresh vs allowing newcomers to get the core information they need 7:53 - How he's done all 28 hours the last three years 9:30 - What does he remember about the first fantasy team/league he was in? 12:20 - When did his first break come when he was working in show business in LA? 17:42 - The fleeting nature of the TV/movie industry - How unhappy he was late in his show business career 21:30 - When the moment came to him that he wanted to leave show business 26:00 - Why people have a hard time leaving an industry they think they're supposed to be in... 27:00 - Did he have any idea the "fantasy sports revolution" was coming? 31:00 - What ultimately led him to ESPN after starting his own websites and developing a major following 32:30 - The transition from writing to more on-air work and if there were difficulties that came with it 36:00 - Learning the mechanics of TV and finding a dynamic that works 37:50 - How his research process has changed throughout the years 43:20 - How often does gambling/Vegas play a role in his fantasy research 44:17 - Is he a daily fantasy fan as well as the new spinoffs of traditional fantasy football etc... 47:40 - Stories of when he's given great or terrible fantasy advice to high profile celebrities

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast Episode 42 - Mina Kimes

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2019 28:02


4:20 - Is her next opportunity to be a Head Coach in the NFL now that she's working with Sean McVay 5:35 - How the idea of being a booth analyst didn't really occur to her and how that changed 6:50 - Who were/are NFL analysts & color commentators she's enjoyed viewing/listening to 8:30 - The best way to incorporate more and new information into broadcasts 10:34 - When she knew she first wanted to become a writer 11:15 - Was the transition from the business world of journalism into sports an intimidating one 12:09 - Who helped in the initial transition? Who was in her corner from the beginning 13:05 - Was there a concern that transitioning into sports would ruin her ability to be a fan 14:35 - Balancing the joy of football with the on and off the field issues the sport provides 16:35 - Would football consider a more transparent approach when it comes to injuries/health issues 17:25 - Her takeaways from her profiles of Aaron Rodgers and Baker Mayfield - represent different times of players 19:20 - Do we expect the QB position and personality of that position change in this new generation 20:24 - How she came up with the voice for her dog Lenny on her podcast 21:40 - What's something about the Miami Clevelander studios we wouldn't expect 22:15 - Her viral reaction to Shohei Ohtani signing with the Mariners 23:20 - Her strangest etch-a-sketch 24:00 - Fan of The Bachelorette finale? 25:02 - Any other impressions besides "DMX" 25:35 - Is Pablo Torre as good of a karaoke singer as he claims to be? 26:10 - Who is a non-obvious Super Bowl contender for 2019

Trouble With The Script
"Necessary Roughness" with Ben Koo from Awful Announcing (@bkoo)

Trouble With The Script

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2019 68:25


College football doesn't get much love when it comes to movies, and it certainly doesn't get proper representation in "Necessary Roughness." Ben Koo from Awful Announcing & The Comeback joins Big Screen Sports to discuss the lacking action of "Necessary Roughness" and really ponder what could've been with this movie. (6:30)- College Football Movie Talk (8:20)- Why Was Kansas In This Movie? (17:40)- Would the Armadillos Score All Season? (29:50)- Bar Fights Bring a Team Together (35:30)- How is Paul Blake Eligible? (41:25)- Coach Gennero Stunk (53:00)- Best/Worst On-Screen Athletes (101:50)- The Big Chill Follow Ben on Twitter @bkoo, and make sure to check out Awful Announcing & The Comeback Remember to subscribe, rate, & review. Can follow the podcast on Twitter @Big_ScreenSport & Instagram @bigscreensportspod

The Kirk Minihane Show
Kirk Minihane Finds An Enemy in HBO

The Kirk Minihane Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2019 90:10


Kirk Minihane didn't love the pathetic hatchet job Bryant Gumbel and Soledad O'Brien produced last night for HBO on his new employer. Blind Mike joins to break down this sad excuse for journalism. Minihane searches in vane for idiots to defend HBO and explains why he spiked an interview with conservative firebrand Candace Owens after she backed down from a controversial take on flag burning. Fresh off the lucrative sale of his most recent work of art, Blind Mike reveals that he has not met his girlfriend's parents after seven months of dating. Minihane pans his producer's decision to take a 3-week honeymoon in Europe. 

Just Not Sports
Awful Announcing's Andrew Bucholtz Loves Rush

Just Not Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2019 52:07


Grab your two-liter of Shasta and your all-Rush mixtape! We're talking to Awful Announcing's sports media guru ANDREW BUCHOLTZ about his love of the band Rush! Whether they count as "prog rock," if a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame speech entirely consisting of "blah" is a speech at all, and how you make a playlist entirely out of 18-minute songs.

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast Episode 39 - Sarah Spain

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2019 57:05


4:34 - Her co-host Jason Fitz's inability to pay up on bets 5:40 - The origin of how she became "The Commish" 9:10 - Has there been a scenario where she hasn't been able to solve someone's dilemma? 11:20 - Her time growing with the Le Batard Show 14:03 - What kind of kid was Sarah Spain? 15:56 - Learning to balance so many things all in one day and how it translates to her current career 18:05 - Was being a star HS/College athlete a part of her career path / what her ultimate goal ended up being 21:30 - Her time in Second City learning comedy and improv 24:38 - Does she feel like she was one of the first sportscasters that had to learn how to do everything to break in? 27:30 - The one fear she still has after all these years as an on-air personality and how to combat it 30:40 - Impact of power through association & improvement of women representation in sports media 33:40 - Early and current influences in the industry 36:12 - How Jemele Hill made a huge difference in her life 38:45 - How do we get the hiring practices to change? 42:44 - First working with Jason Fitz and how to get into rhythm with a show where nobody is in the same place 48:00 - The More Than Mean Video - Balancing the joy of winning a Peabody vs the difficulty of replaying awful things said to them 51:03 - Her charitable work and how it turned into everyone on Twitter sending in awkward teenage pictures of themselves

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans
Episode 165: The Austin Riley decision and more

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2019 56:54


Brad is joined by Joe Lucia of Awful Announcing to discuss Austin Riley's breakout, the house of horrors in Los Angeles, starting pitching and much more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Roland's Food Court
Japan’s Takeru “Kobi” Kobayashi & Cali Joey Chestnut- The Good, The Bad, The Hungry ESPN 30 for 30

Roland's Food Court

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2019 44:18


ESPN will debut competitive eating 30 for 30 this summer with ‘The Good, The Bad, The Hungry’ his past weekend, ESPN Films debuted a documentary directed by Nicole Lucas Haimes at the Tribeca Film Festival. Awful Announcing has since learned that The Good, The Bad, The Hungry will be released as a 30 for 30 installment and will air on July 2nd. That air date serves a nice promotional boost for the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating contest, which airs live on ESPN on July 4th. At this time, there is no trailer for the film, but the description of the film via Tribeca’s website is below. “America’s independence isn’t the only reason to celebrate on the 4th of July. For residents and visitors on Coney Island, the date is synonymous with the nationally televised Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, a.k.a. the “Super Bowl of competitive eating.” The annual frankfurter consumption extravaganza even has its own “Magic versus Bird”: Japan’s Takeru “Kobi” Kobayashi and Californian Joey Chestnut. Their rivalry is deeper than cooked franks and water-drenched buns. Kobi and Joey’s competition is the stuff of vintage sporting drama, hot dogs and all, tackling personal challenges and questions about what it means to be an “American hero.” In this documentary, filmmaker Nicole Lucas Haimes analyzes competitive eating’s most storied pair through lively and candid interviews with both competitors. She approaches an event that—let’s be frank—isn’t taken seriously by most people with earnestness and wide-eyed fascination, constructing both an insightful primer on a niche sport and an endearing humanization of two unconventional athletes.” The film is currently listed at 77 minutes, which means it would fit into a 90 minute window with commercials when it airs on ESPN. There have been a few installments that have premiered at Tribeca or other film festivals before airing on ESPN, including Catching Hell, which debuted at Tribeca in 2011.

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast Episode #38 - Kristen Ledlow

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2019 42:55


RUNDOWN: - 3:43: The insanity of Tuesday night (Magic stepping down, Dirk & D-Wade's last home game) - 4:30 - Her interactions with Wade & Dirk over the last several years - 6:48: Her first interests in playing basketball and playing it competitively for many years - 8:20: Did she anticipate trying to play sports professionally? Or was broadcasting always something she was interested in? - 10:39: Early influences growing up in an era where there were more female sportscasting role models - 13:00: Why she likes to mentor young women in broadcasting and sportscasting - 14:50 - Her growth as a broadcaster and when she started to feel comfortable with her own voice and style - 16:55 - Does she miss being a radio personality at all? - 17:53 - Getting the call from Turner to revive and host Inside Stuff - 22:03 - Having rare opportunities to reflect on her accomplishments - 23:56 - Her friendship with Grant Hill and his influence in helping her make relationships with players/coaches in the NBA - 27:54 - What it's like to interview Gregg Popovich on the sidelines? Is it as intimidating as it looks? - 30:33 - Who's the most surprising interview in the NBA? - 34:00 - Previewing the Eastern Conference Playoff race - 36:45 - Who would be her pick for the next Space Jam Monstars - 38:30 - Stories from the NBA on TNT crew going on Family Feud

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast Episode 36 - Hank Azaria

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2019 35:30


5:00 - Does he have any optimism for this upcoming Mets season? 8:50 - Was Brockmire created as an homage to the older, more personality driven baseball broadcaster? 10:50 - On his show connecting with younger audiences and millennials despite baseball's issues relating to younger fans 12:10 - On Jim Brockmire starting off Season 3 sober 13:50 - On adding Bob Costas, JK Simmons, Tawny Newsome, Richard Kind amongst others to the mix 14:30 - On Costas and Joe Buck and Brent Musburger really showing a ton of personality on the show 16:40 - How much of the show is improvisation vs entirely by script? 18:05 - The complete and total trust he has for Joel Church Cooper (head writer/creator) 19:10 - How long does it take for him to work on a voice to have total control of that voice 20:45 - The impact of 31 years of the Simpsons 21:50 - The origin of Moe from The Simpsons and the connection he has to Al Pacino 22:43 - Has he lever lost a character voice and if so, how would he try to regain it 23:55 - Where the voices come from; are they based off friends, celebrities etc. 25:05 - Has anyone done voices you do in front of you? 26:10 - How he views voice impressions compared to impression comedians 28:00 - Story of how he would call Hollywood restaurants to get tables as Mickey Rourke and Sly Stallone 30:40 - Any other voices we aren't aware of? 32:20 - His work and volunteering with helping Miami Jewish Health Systems

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast Episode 35 - Clark Kellogg

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2019 29:00


4:45 - Why the NCAA Tournament is universal for all sports fans, both casual and hardcore 5:42 - His 25-year run at CBS and what's make it work and last 7:07 - His love of the game and if there was ever a moment that basketball wasn't the route for him 8:35 - His insane high school championship game performance and what it's liked to be locked in on a basketball court 10:28 - His time playing at Ohio State and how he's watched the game evolve working in basketball over the last 35-40 years 14:47 - His perspective on Zion Williamson and if there is a reasonable comparison for him 17:40 - Which games from previous NCAA Tournaments most stand out to him during his time at CBS 20:55 - Are there any teams that could have a Loyola-Chicago type of run in 2019? 23:30 - Would he like to see the Selection Committee put more of an emphasis on high quality mid-major programs over bigger schools? 26:00 - Who are the college broadcasters he gets the most hyped up listening to call a game?

Wake Up Zone
Ken Fang of Awful Announcing joins the Wake Up Zone @fangsbites

Wake Up Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2019 11:11


Ken Fang of Awful Announcing joins the Wake Up Zone @fangsbites

The Sports-Casters
Season 9 Episode 5- Jimmy Traina, John Dellapina

The Sports-Casters

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2019 113:36


Steve interviews Jimmy Traina(00:06:39)from Sports Illustrated. Jimmy and Steve talk about another mistake by Stephen A. Smith on live television, Conrad Thompson podcasts, and the entertainment value (or lack) of The Howard Stern Show in 2019. Jimmy also talks about the future of Sports Illustrated, predicts the biggest sports media stories of 2019, and discusses ESPN firing Adnan Virk for leaking information to Awful Announcing. Also, John Dellapina(00:47:39)the Group VP of Communication at the National Hockey League is on the program. John joins Steve to talk about the 1994 NHL playoffs and the New York Rangers first Stanley Cup win since 1940. At the time, Dellapina was a reporter covering the New Jersey Devils for the New York Daily News. John and Steve talk about the Rangers going all in to win in 1994, discuss their epic series against the New Jersey Devils, and take a deep dive into their seven game fight with Pavel Bure and the Vancouver Canucks in the final. John also talks about the current NHL. John discusses the leagues young players, challenges in promoting them, and the future of the league and USA Hockey. Steve starts the show talking about the busy schedule and a new partnership. The book club update features a story about reaching out to the author of a new book about The Sopranos and his bizarre response that got even more bizarre since last week. The show ends with one last thing about a new era of The Sports-Casters via a new venture with Slate. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com

Watch the Media with John Shrader
ANDREW BUCHOLTZ, Awful Announcing Media Reporter

Watch the Media with John Shrader

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2019 35:37


ANDREW BUCHOLTZ covers media. We talk about the NFL ratings and the future of sports television; also college sports on television and much more.

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans
Episode 142: Lineup review, biggest need and more with Joe Lucia

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2018 76:08


Brad is joined by Joe Lucia of Awful Announcing to review the 2018 lineup, look ahead to 2019 through projections, check up on the news and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans
Episode 135: Game 3 recap with Joe Lucia

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2018 57:18


Brad is joined by Joe Lucia of Awful Announcing to dissect the Game 3 win, including heroics from Ronald Acuña and Freddie Freeman, interesting decisions and subtle optimism toward Game 4 on Monday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans
Episode 131: Raising the NL East banner with Scott Coleman and Joe Lucia

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2018 98:56


Brad is joined by TC’s Scott Coleman and Joe Lucia of Awful Announcing to celebrate the Braves clinching the NL East, dissect the upcoming playoff roster and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Sports-Casters
Season 8 Episode 10- Aaron Schatz, Matt Yoder

The Sports-Casters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2018 112:29


Steve interviews Aaron Schatz(00:08:14) from Football Outsiders. Aaron and Steve go deep breaking down the 2018 Football Outsiders Almanac. Aaron talks about the 1 million season simulations that Football Outsiders does using their DVOA formula. Aaron explains why the Patriots are the top dog again, talks about a loaded NFC with 7 of the top 9 teams, and gives some sobering news to the Bills Mafia. Aaron also talks about the first round quarterback class and explains why Football Outsiders hates Josh Allen so much but loves Baker Mayfield. Aaron also looks back at the Eagles run to the Super Bowl and we look I give respect to Aaron's amazing coaching tree. Also, Saints fan and Awful Announcing writer, Matt Yoder (00:53:06)stops by break down the 2018 New Orleans Saints (and talk a little bit about Awful Announcing). Matt and Steve look back at the devastating end to the 2017 Saints season, explain why they are still excited about Marcus Williams, and debate if Marcus Davenport was worth two first round picks. The guys also talk about the immortal Drew Brees, the 2017 draft class, and the best and worst case for the 2018 team. Steve starts the show with a few plugs and then gets the show going quick. The book club looks ahead to a few books they will be covering in the fall including The Last Days of Letterman, The Big Guy, and Football for a Buck. The show ends with one last thing about the start of Hard Knocks. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Listeners with questions or concerns can email me: thesportscasters@gmail.com

Miller & Condon 1460 KXnO
Ken Miller Show with Trent Condon 8-7-18 Hr2

Miller & Condon 1460 KXnO

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2018 58:30


The boys begin the 2nd hour with some Gordon Lightfoot, a look at the best TV baseball announcers in the Midwest off a report from Awful Announcing, talk Chiefs with Mitch Holthus and a Hawkeye Swarm with Dr. Steven Fuller with looks at the 2004 and 1985 Iowa football teams before Ken and Trent get ready for the night in sports. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans
Episode 115: Mike Foltynewicz, early All-Star buzz and more with Joe Lucia

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2018 49:39


Brad is joined by Joe Lucia of Awful Announcing to discuss a wild weekend, early All-Star thoughts, Freddie Freeman, Mike Foltynewicz, Dansby Swanson and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast Episode 16: Rob Perez (World Wide Wob)

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2018 34:23


NDOWN: 5:30 - Intro & the demise of The Bachelor 7:49 - What the NBA, WWE, & Soap Operas share in common 11:15 - Why the NBA has marketed itself so well to younger viewers 14:10 - Basketball's strength in media sharing and did the NBA ever approach him for his creative content 16:24 - Did he ever have an a-ha moment in the early stages for what he was doing 20:00 - How "Buckets" got started and how he got paired up with Cycle, ESPN & Cassidy Hubbarth 23:30 - Why crowdsourcing works for what he does and why more outlets need to learn and interact with their audience 26:20 - Did "living your life" on-air ever backfire on you? 29:00 - Grades Ben's "NBA Looks-Like" candidates (a la Le Batard Show) 30:56 - Biggest surprise from the NBA Playoffs thus far

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans
Episode 99: Cutting through the silence with Joe Lucia

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2018 60:45


Brad is joined by Joe Lucia of Awful Announcing to discuss the dead silence of winter, Christian Yelich, Austin Riley and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast
Being 30-and-Under In The Sports Media

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2018 76:34


Episode 155 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features a sports media roundtable with SB Nation writer Charlotte Wilder; SI.com writer Dan Gartland, and Awful Announcing writer Andrew Bucholtz. In this podcast, the group discusses the ratings potential for the Patriots-Jaguars and Vikings-Eagles; the challenges and opportunities for 20-somethings in the sports media; what it’s like to be young and working at a major sports media outlet; sports media people under 30 to watch and why; the long-term potential of sports podcasts; role models in the business; making a mistake as a young person in sports journalism, and much more. To listen to the podcast in full, check it out on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Awful Announcing Podcast
Awful Announcing Podcast- Nick Wright

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2017 55:52


Ben Heisler interviews Nick Wright

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast
The Year End Roundtable

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2017 164:50


Episode 150 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features an end-of-the-year sports media roundtable consisting of nine guests, split up into four segments. The guests include: Sports Business Daily media writer John Ourand and best-selling author James Andrew Miller, the host of the podcast, “Origins”; Boston Globe sports media writer Chad Finn, Newsday columnist and sports media writer Neil Best, and SI.com writer Jimmy Traina; Sports Media Watch founder and editor Jon Lewis; Sports TV Ratings founder and editor Robert Seidman; Awful Announcing writer Andrew Bucholtz and The Big Lead writer Kyle Koster. In the podcast, Miller and Ourand discuss John Skipper’s sudden resignation from ESPN and what it means for the company; whether reporters should be skeptical of the official ESPN statement on the resignation; what people inside ESPN are saying about the Skipper news; which people would be in line for succession; the year in ESPN, including its successes and missteps; Ourand’s predictions column for 2018; the background on Miller’s latest podcast which focuses on ESPN’s social media policy, and much more. Lewis and Seidman discuss the decline in NFL ratings in 2017, the uptick in NBA ratings, what viewership success would be for Mike Greenberg’s new show and more; Bucholtz and Koster discuss the year in ESPN; the hot take culture in 2017; ESPN’s forays into Snapchat, what they anticipate will be big stories sin 2018, and more. Finn, Best and Traina discuss Skipper’s resignation, ESPN’s missteps with social media; what’s in store for CBS Sports, Fox Sports and NBC Sports, the future of sports talk radio in 2018, the biggest stories of 2018, and much more. To listen to the podcast in full, check it out on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher.     Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast
Return of the Sports Media Roundtable

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2017 76:00


Episode 138 of the Sports Illustrated Media podcast features a return of the sports media roundtable. The guests are Sports Business Daily media writer John Ourand and Andrew Bucholtz, a staff writer and editor Awful Announcing. In this podcast we discuss Ourand’s piece on angst at ESPN and the growing belief among ESPN management that some of the problems are not all self-inflicted and that some believe that 21st Century Fox is orchestrating attacks against ESPN to bolster the fortunes of rival sports channel FS1; how ESPN handled the Jemele Hill situation; Fox Sports personalities going on Fox News programs to discuss ESPN; whether their are parallels between Hill, Curt Schilling and other ESPN-ers who have been disciplined; how Ourand contacted Fox for his story; whether ESPN’s as a left-leaning organization is real, a narrative posited by competition, or a combination of both; what responsibility sports TV executives have for talent talking politics on linear television; whether Hill should have been suspended or fired; Bucholtz’s column on ESPN public editor Jim Brady and the reaction to his column on Hill and Twitter chat on the column; whether the public editor position at ESPN should continue, and much more.   You can subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play and Stitcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans
Episode 81: Breaking down the rotation and more with Joe Lucia

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2017 56:50


Brad is joined by Joe Lucia of Awful Announcing to discuss the 2018 rotation, Ozzie Albies, Dansby Swanson, the struggling bullpen and much more. *Music by longzijun: longzijun.wordpress.com/music/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Sports-Casters
Season 7 Episode 17- Kenny Albert, Matt Yoder

The Sports-Casters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2017 78:08


Steve interviews Kenny Albert(00:05:10) from Fox Sports as he prepares for another season calling NFL games. Kenny talks about switching partners, explains why he does preseason games, and takes us behind the scenes of his weekly sit-down with coaches and players. Also, Matt Yoder(00:39:27) from Awful Announcing and The Comeback joins us to talk about the upcoming New Orleans Saints season, gives us a quick state of the union for both sites, and appreciates the brilliance of Drew Brees. Steve starts the show solo and quickly talks about the Chiefs upset of the Patriots. The book club is off this week so Steve can make his NFL picks, and the show ends with one last thing about Narcos.

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com
Ep. 91: Barrett's deep ball, OL improvement, Awful Announcing's Ben Koo

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2017 81:55


Doug Lesmerises and Bill Landis answer your Ohio State football questions, and talk with Awful Announcing's Ben Koo about his Buckeye fandom and sports media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast
Sportsmedia Roundtable VII

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2017 83:25


Episode 128 of the Sports Illustrated Media podcast features a sports media roundtable featuring Chad Finn, the sports media writer and general columnist for the Boston Globe and Boston.com, and Andrew Bucholtz, a staff writer and editor Awful Announcing.   On this podcast, we discuss the rise of the paid subscription model in sports media including The Athletic, DK Pittsburgh Sports, and the Boston Sports Journal; FS1’s opinion-heavy programming in the post-Jamie Horowitz era; why many New England sports fans do not trust ESPN; the future of Bill Simmons on linear television; why FS1 hired Ray Lewis; what exactly is a sports hot take; why Chad is exhausted by FS1; the potential of Mike Greenberg as a solo host; where Katie Nolan will land; the chemistry between Mike Golic and Trey Wingo; whether NBC’s hockey programming is smart; how Jay Cutler and Tony Romo will do in Year 1 as analysts, and much more.   You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Burack Podcast
The Bobby Burack Show Vault: Alex Putterman

Burack Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2017 40:30


From The Bobby Burack Show Vault, Bobby interviews Alex Putterman of Awful Announcing to talk about his piece on Caitlyn Jenner, as well as ESPN, FS1, NFL, and more.

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans
Episode 65: Tyler Flowers, bench bats and more with Joe Lucia

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2017 50:23


Brad is joined by Joe Lucia of Awful Announcing to discuss Atlanta's recent play, Tyler Flowers' strong performance, the absence of bench bats, pushing prospects quickly and (much) more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sea Hawkers Podcast for Seattle Seahawks fans
152: Defensive back draft prospect visits, another top draft pick joins the Seahawks, and the latest on Lynch and Sherman

Sea Hawkers Podcast for Seattle Seahawks fans

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2017 94:31


In the top news from the past two weeks, the Seahawks continue to accumulate top 5 draft picks from the 2013 draft as Dion Jordan is added to the roster after a disappointing beginning to his career in Miami. After collecting all of the Buffalo Bills running backs from the Marshawn Lynch era, is this the next goal for Seattle? We continue our series of looking at players the Seahawks have reportedly met with leading up to the 2017 NFL Draft and this week it's a look at the defensive backs. Reports show Seattle has met with at least six prospects at corner and another six at safety. It looks like this is a draft where the Seahawks could be looking to create a lot of competition in the secondary. Standout players in this group include Budda Baker from Washington, Obi Melifonwu of Connecticut and Cordrea Tankersley of Clemson. Reports had Marshawn Lynch coming out of retirement this past week, until Marshawn straightened things out by saying that when [catfish] gets real, he'll let us know.  Adam wants to make sure the Raiders know that he wants some significant compensation if Seattle is going to deal him. With continued reports speculating on trade possibilities for Richard Sherman, and a report saying the trade was Sherman's idea, Adam tries to find a rational explanation that fits all of the reports that we've heard in the past month. Thanks to our listeners, we've now hit 200 reviews in the U.S. iTunes store and we're looking for about 40 more to try and run down a podcast about the NFL. The guys get into why a writer for Bleacher Report and a writer for Awful Announcing need to do better. Find out why golfer John Daly and Seahawks corner DeAndre Elliott are better at life in the closing segment of the show. Subscribe via: iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | Facebook | Twitter | RSS Or listen on our free app for Android, iOS, Kindle or Windows Phone/PC Call or text: 253-235-9041 Email: gohawks@seahawkerspodcast.com Support the show Get in the Flock! Visit GetInTheFlock.com and get bonus episodes Get signed Seahawks gear via Pristine Auction Or visit our website for other ways to support the show Find Sea Hawkers clubs around the world at SeaHawkers.org Music from the show by The 12 Train, download each track at ReverbNation

Marty & Miller Show
Marty & Miller 2-24 Hr1

Marty & Miller Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2017 59:08


Marty is solo today. He talks some hoops, then is joined by Grand View Wrestling Coach Nick Mitchell and Ian Casselberry from Awful Announcing.

Turf Show Times: for Los Angeles Rams fans
TST Radio: Ken Fang "The Future of Sports Media" (1-18-17)

Turf Show Times: for Los Angeles Rams fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2017 104:24


Turf Show Radio returns with an all-new episode as Josh Webb (@FightOnTwist) and  Joe McAtee (@3k_) talk with Creator of Fangsbites.com, Associate Editor of Awful Announcing and contributor to The Comeback, Ken Fang (@Fangsbites).  Joe and Josh talk with Ken about the state of sports media, how NFL broadcasts could change in the coming years and more!  Also on this week's show: The guys talk about how the Chargers moving to LA could affect the Rams, moves the new coaching staff want the front office to make in the offseason and more! Enjoy and thanks for listening!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast
John Ourand and Jimmy Traina II

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2016 50:01


Episode 91 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features a a return of the roundtable sports media discussion with John Ourand, media reporter for the Sports Business Daily, and Jimmy Traina, writer for Awful Announcing and The Comeback. In this podcast, we discuss the uptick in NFL ratings over the past two weeks and whether it means anything for the long-term; the impact of Donald Trump’s election win on the NFL ratings versus a win by Hillary Clinton; why ESPN’s Monday Night Football schedule is always worse than the other rightsholders; the heavy declining subscriber numbers for ESPN, FS1 and NBCSN and how much lower that number can go; what the immediate television future holds for Bill Simmons; where the UFC will go when its rights deal ends in 2018; why DG Media loves other podcasts more than this one, and much more. A reminder: You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Sports-Casters
Season 6 Episode 24- Trey Wingo, Matt Yoder

The Sports-Casters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2016 92:28


On the twenty-fourth episode of the sixth season of The Sports-Casters hosts Steve Bennett and Don Russ welcome Trey Wingo (ESPN) and Matt Yoder (The Comeback, Awful Announcing). Starting the show with 3Things, Steve and Don get pumped up for the start of football season, Steve tries to explain the World Cup of Hockey to Don, and the guys go over the first week of the College Football season. The book club returns to talk about two new books and an exciting giveaway. The podcast ends with Don talking about Stranger Things and Steve tries to put the importance of Drew Brees into perspective. -Trey Wingo is making his fourth appearance (0:23:25) on the podcast. Trey starts off by paying tribute to his friend and colleague John Saunders before taking out some frustration on his alma mater, Baylor University. Trey explains the four stages of the NFL season, talks about the Drew Brees extension, and looks ahead to some of the things he is most excited about during the start of the regular season. -Matt Yoder is making his third appearance (0:47:23) on the podcast. Yoder (now a writer for the comeback.com and awfulannouncing.com) joins us to talks about the start of football season. Matt and Steve gush about the Drew Brees contract, give their thoughts on the 2016 New Orleans Saints, and Matt hypes Michael Thomas. Matt also updates the progress of thecomeback, lays out both sites plans for football season, and talks about sports radio in Columbus, Ohio.

The Sports-Casters
Season 5 Episode 38- Joe Buck, Dan Levy

The Sports-Casters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2016 114:39


On the thirty-eighth episode of the fifth season of The Sports-Casters, hosts Steve Bennett and Don Russ welcome Joe Buck (Fox Sports), and Dan Levy (The Comeback, Awful Announcing). Starting the show with 3Things, Steve and Don discuss Oklahoma securing a spot in the College Football Playoffs, the playoff picture in the NFL, and Pat Kane's record setting point streak. The book club features a new book by the Puck Daddy Greg Wyshynski and for the first time a CD. The show ends with the Steve talking about the future of Howard Stern. -Joe Buck is making his first appearance (00:29:08) on the podcast. Joe joins us to talk about calling the World Series in a three man booth, working with Troy Aikman, and tells a story about a special guest in the booth with him when the Saints won the NFC Championship Game. Joe also talks about his new show on the Audience Network, Undeniable. Joe talks about how the idea for the show came to be, we compare the interview style to the interviews done by Howard Stern, and Joe reveals a few of his favorite interviews from the first season. -Dan Levy is making his fifth appearance (1:03:03) on the podcast. Levy joins us to talk about a new website that he is editing and writing for called, The Comeback (http://www.thecomeback.com). Dan talks about what the site is trying to be, the mechanics behind finding the staff, and what how he thinks it might evolve during the first year. Dan also promotes a huge comic book project involving his superhero son, IronMax and explains why he can't wait to change his avatar on twitter.

The Sports-Casters
Season 5 Episode 35- Tim Graham, Matt Yoder

The Sports-Casters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2016 157:00


On the thirty-fifth episode of the fifth season of The Sports-Casters, hosts Steve Bennett and Don Russ welcome Tim Graham (The Buffalo News), and Matt Yoder (Awful Announcing). Starting the show with 3Things, Steve and Don discuss the Kansas City Royals winning the World Series, the injury to Connor McDavid, and the fall of Colin Kaepernick. The book club is back with this year's edition of The Best American Sports Writing Series and a new book by a podcast favorite. The show ends with the guys saying goodbye to Grantland. -Tim Graham is making his fifth appearance (00:38:47) on the podcast to discuss the fallout of the Patrick Kane case and his inclusion in this year's Best American Sports Writing anthology. Tim talks about covering the Kane case, dealing with trolls on twitter, and explains why he thinks it was handled fairly by the authorities. Tim also talks about the impact of his story on Darryl Talley, explains how it ended up being submitted for consideration by BASW, and explains why he was so proud to have the only newspaper story included in the anthology. -Matt Yoder is making his second appearance (01:23:59) on the podcast. Yoder (the managing editor of Awful Announcing) joins us to talks about the demise of Grantland, why it happened, and what it means for micro sites. Matt also talks about the future of Bill Simmons, tells us what stories bring clicks to the site, and gives some details on a new website lead by Dan Levy.

The Sports-Casters
Season 5 Episode 11- Andrew Bucholtz, Rob Miech

The Sports-Casters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2016 135:46


On the eleventh episode of the fifth season of The Sports-Casters hosts Steve Bennett and Don Russ welcome Andrew Bucholtz (Yahoo!, Awful Announcing) and Rob Miech (Author). Starting the show with 3Things, Steve and Don look at Duke's fifth national championship, look ahead to the NHL playoffs, and talk about a few odds and ends from the NFL. The book club takes a look at Eleventh Heaven by Rob Miech, and the show ends with One Last Thing. -Andrew Bucholtz is making his first appearance (00:29:51) on the podcast. Bucholtz joins us to talk about breaking into sports journalism, moving to California, and playing board games. Bucholtz also talks about women in sports media, Katie Nolan, and the recent scandal in Chicago. -Rob Miech is making his third appearance (01:12:26) on the podcast. Miech joins us to talk about his book, Eleventh Heaven. Rob explains that he almost wrote this book back in 1995 and tells us why he didn't. He also talks about his relationship with Ed O'Bannon, traveling all over the world to research the book, and being blown off by the Golden State Warriors GM.

The Sports-Casters
Season 4 Episode 18- Rob Stone, Matt Yoder

The Sports-Casters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2016 111:00


On the eighteenth episode of the fourth season of The Sports-Casters hosts Steve Bennett and Don Russ welcome Rob Stone (Fox Sports) and Matt Yoder (Awful Announcing). Kicking off the show with 3Things, Steve and Don talk about the NHL and NBA finals, California Chrome's disappointing run at the Belmont, and look ahead to the World Cup. Also on the show, the guys update a busy month for the book club and close it out with one last thing. -Rob Stone is making his first appearance (0:30:30) on the podcast. Rob joins us to preview the World Cup. Stone talks about the direction Jurgen Klinsmann is taking the United States, outlines a path out of the group for the Americans, and explains why imbalanced groups happen. Also, Stone is gentle despite the fact that Steve admits he is a traitor, highlights some of the teams most likely to win the tournament, and explains why he doesn't think the warm conditions will be that big of an advantage for the South American teams. -Matt Yoder is making his first appearance (01:01:27) on the podcast. Yoder (the managing editor of Awful Announcing) explains why he considers his time at the website version 2.0, how he tries to keep the site from being too niche, and how others covering the sports media aren't only competition but also allies. Yoder and Steve also bond over their love of the New Orleans Saints. Both guys gush over the glory of Drew Brees, discuss the origin of their entrance into the WhoDat Nation, and look ahead to their upcoming run to a second Super Bowl.

No 2-Minute Warning Podcast
Recapping Week 1 and Previewing Week 2 with Jim Weber

No 2-Minute Warning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2016 45:00


After a thrilling start to the college football season, Jim Weber of James and the Giant QB and Awful Announcing and founder of Lost Lettermen, helps recap the biggest takeaways from Week 1 and previews some...

SPN Round Table – Sports Podcasting Network
SPN Round Table #8 NFL Early Retirements, Concussions, Miserable Habs and the NBA Trade Deadline with Andrew Bucholtz

SPN Round Table – Sports Podcasting Network

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2016


Right-Click here to download Today on the SPN Round Table, Duane and Kevin are joined by Andrew Bucholtz of Yahoo and Awful Announcing to talk about the CFL, early football retirements, concussions, […]

Awful Announcing Podcast
AA Podcast #123 – Michael Schur, Ken Tremendous, on TV writing, the legacy of FJM, Donald Trump & Christmas with Regis

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2015 70:23


Michael Schur, best known on the internet as Ken Tremendous, is the guest on this special Christmas-week edition of the Awful Announcing podcast. Schur and Dan Levy spend a good 70 minutes—good in terms of length and, hopefully, quality—talking all about his career as a television writer and producer for Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Parks and Recreation, going back to his days at The Office and SNL as well, and how all that comedy writing compares to what made him internet famous a dozen or so years back: Fire Joe Morgan. Here is a quick rundown of most of what we discuss during the conversation. - Talmudic Law and the notion of being "half-Jewish" - Jews for Jedis - Christmas with Regis Philbin - Filming holiday episodes in October (and Halloween episodes in August) - The legacy of television comedy, and how that's changed from watching re-runs of Gilligan's Island in the '80s to now - Harold Reynolds, Tom Verducci and John Smoltz - NFL, Star Wars, DraftKings and the Parks & Rec future of seven companies running the world - Andre Braugher's comedic presence, and why he doesn't win every award, ever - Chris Pratt, and if/when Schur knew he was going to be the biggest star on the planet - Writing comedy for comedians, and the collaborative process of producing quality TV - Aaron Sorkin - Donald Trump

Awful Announcing Podcast
AA Podcast #122 – Rob Stone on Fox Sports, US Soccer, Wynalda, Cracker Barrel, Haircuts, Pete Rose and Angry Beards

Awful Announcing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2015 44:35


Rob Stone of Fox Sports is the guest on the Awful Announcing podcast this week and if you like hearing about the ins-and-outs of sports television, this is as in and out as it gets. We talk FIFA World Cup, Fox, U.S. Soccer, haircuts, bowling and a whole lot more.

Sports Flood with Arky Shea
Sports Flood 116 - Penn St. is Very Bad

Sports Flood with Arky Shea

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2015 99:10


Arky talks about the sadness that is begging for wins back, Kentucky is in Tuscaloosa for a basketball game and how big was the MegaCast. Joined by Matt Yoder of Awful Announcing, Dave "Buzz" Baker on Kentucky and Dave Bartoo of CFB Matrix talks overachievers in CFB.

Voices of Wrestling Podcast Network
91: Wrestlenomics Radio: NXT moves to USA Network, going head-to-head with AEW on cable

Voices of Wrestling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 1970 46:37


Brandon Thurston is joined by Chris Gullo to talk about the news of NXT moving to USA Network. Background reading: Press release (https://corporate.wwe.com/investors/news/press-releases/2019/08-20-2019-140343362) Showbuzzdaily: Record of WWE NXT viewership on Dec 17, 2017 (https://www.cagesideseats.com/wwe/2017/12/14/16778800/ratings-for-nxts-first-show-on-the-usa-network-are-in) Seeking Alpha notes on MKM speculation on value of NXT deal (https://seekingalpha.com/news/3492953-wwe-plus-3_6-percent-mkm-sees-nxt-deal-coming-soon?dr=1#email_link) Deadline: cable rankings (https://deadline.com/2018/12/cable-tv-network-ratings-2018-lists-fox-news-usa-network-1202523019/) Awful Announcing: cable coverage (https://awfulannouncing.com/espn/nielsen-coverage-estimates-september-espn-nbcsn-nbatv-mlbn-nfln.html) Website: wrestlenomics.com Twitter: twitter.com/wrestlenomics  Instagram: instagram.com/wrestlenomics  Facebook: facebook.com/wrestlenomics  YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCD_WfonwdEwz91hcv3Mhsog  Reddit: reddit.com/r/wrestlenomics/ Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

Wrestlenomics Radio
91: Wrestlenomics Radio: NXT moves to USA Network, going head-to-head with AEW on cable

Wrestlenomics Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 1969 47:23


Brandon Thurston is joined by Chris Gullo to talk about the news of NXT moving to USA Network. Background reading: Press release (https://corporate.wwe.com/investors/news/press-releases/2019/08-20-2019-140343362) Showbuzzdaily: Record of WWE NXT viewership on Dec 17, 2017 (https://www.cagesideseats.com/wwe/2017/12/14/16778800/ratings-for-nxts-first-show-on-the-usa-network-are-in) Seeking Alpha notes on MKM speculation on value of NXT deal (https://seekingalpha.com/news/3492953-wwe-plus-3_6-percent-mkm-sees-nxt-deal-coming-soon?dr=1#email_link) Deadline: cable rankings (https://deadline.com/2018/12/cable-tv-network-ratings-2018-lists-fox-news-usa-network-1202523019/) Awful Announcing: cable coverage (https://awfulannouncing.com/espn/nielsen-coverage-estimates-september-espn-nbcsn-nbatv-mlbn-nfln.html) Website: wrestlenomics.com Twitter: twitter.com/wrestlenomics  Instagram: instagram.com/wrestlenomics  Facebook: facebook.com/wrestlenomics  YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCD_WfonwdEwz91hcv3Mhsog  Reddit: reddit.com/r/wrestlenomics/ Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/wrestlenomics-radio/donationsWant to advertise on this podcast? Go to https://redcircle.com/brands and sign up.