In the third hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain chat with Kevin Harlan about the Seahawks win and more headlines around the NFL this week, then get to some sloppy seconds on the text line before Tony Castricone, voice of the Huskies, joins the show.
Kevin Harlan joins Dave Softy Mahler to talk about the Seahawks overtime win over the Lions last weekend and Detroit's start to 2023, the Browns losing Nick Chubb for 2023, Joe Burrow's early season struggles, the Cowboys looking good, and Deion Sanders.
Kevin Harlan of Westwood One, TNT, and CBS joins Dave Softy Mahler to talk about Aaron Rodgers suffering a season-ending injury in the first game of the season, what his future looks like, Josh Allen, the Bengals, and Seattle facing the Lions this week.
In the third hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain chat with Kevin Harlan about the first week of the NFL season, Aaron Rodgers, and Seahawks, then the guys listen and react to some Fun with Audio clips before cross-talking with Huskies voice Tony Castricone.
In the third hour, Dave Softy Mahler chats with Kevin Harlan about the NFL season starting and the Seahawks situation in the NFC West and wide open conference, then listens and reacts to Fun with Audio clips before getting to Tony Castricone cross-talk.
Kevin Harlan joins Dave Softy Mahler to talk about Jake Bob making the Seahawks 53 man roster, the wide open NFC this season, how his offseason went, the 49ers situation at quarterback, the Rams and Cardinals seasons ahead, and Russell Wilson in Denver.
Kevin Harlan joins Papa and Lund to discuss the landscape of the NFL, games that he will be broadcasting, and his favorites in the NFC and AFC.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kevin Harlan joins Papa and Lund to discuss the landscape of the NFL, games that he will be broadcasting, and his favorites in the NFC and AFC.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 3: George Pickens is talking a lot and compared himself to Michael Jordan. Is he allowed to? Bob Pompeani joins the show to go over Cory Trice's injury, Anthony McFarland's potential, Joey Porter Jr. possibly starting Week 1, Pickett vs. Deshaun, the Pirates winning timetable, and more! Poni had some baby incidents the past couple nights. Donny Football Debrief. Which network has the best NFL coverage? Intern Dom hates Kevin Harlan.
A revealing and enjoyable conversation with one of America's top sports voices, Kevin Harlan. Dedicated to his craft from the time he began in his teen years, he tells of the places, faces, games, and more in a career that continues with the biggest events to this day. Enjoy!
Bryan is joined by The Ringer's Tyler Parker to discuss Game 1 of the NBA Finals, how ABC's commentary crew handled Denver's blowout win and their praise of Nikola Jokic (02:43). Then, they discuss the media's lack of coverage towards the Nuggets this season (12:08). After, they offer their praise to Kevin Harlan, discuss LeBron James's retirement comments, their favorite postgame moment of the playoffs, and more (24:26). Host: Bryan Curtis Guest: Tyler Parker Producer: Eduardo Ocampo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this week's Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast sponsored by WSC Sports: As the NBA is about to start its Heat-Nuggets Finals series, hosts Andrew Marchand and John Ourand look into the league's media performance throughout the playoffs, comparing the game broadcasts and studio shows from both ESPN and TNT and preview the league's rights deals, which will start to be negotiated next year. Marchand and Ourand also preview the Panthers-Golden Knights NHL's Stanley Cup Finals, which will be carried entirely on cable for the first time ever. SBJ's TV ratings expert Austin Karp returns with his regular Karp's Korner segment to offer his viewership predictions in both sports. Marchand and Ourand dive into financial analyst Michael Nathanson's new, more dire prediction about how far cable TV will fall, preview what will happen as Diamond continues to try and operate through bankruptcy and give a review of last week's Sports Business Awards, where Fox Sports and Eric Shanks swept the media categories. As always, Marchand and Ourand offer their choices for Who's Up and Who's Down for the week, featuring Charles Barkley, Peter Drury, Kevin Harlan and Crane Kenney. For more information about WSC Sports http://bitly.ws/AUVk Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hour 2 of The FAN Morning Show kicks off with Jeff Marek stopping by to discuss the Golden Knights' Game 6 win over the Stars, their matchup against Florida in the Stanley Cup Final, Vegas' laundry list of unsung heroes, the Maple Leafs' ongoing GM search, and Canada's gold medal win at the IIHF World Hockey Championship. Later, Ailish and Justin are joined by Kevin Harlan, play-by-play announcer for the NBA on TNT, to chat about the Heat advancing to the NBA Finals, Boston being denied of a historic 0-3 comeback, his perspective on calling Derrick White's thrilling Game 6 buzzer-beater, Jimmy Butler being named conference finals MVP over Caleb Martin, and the 76ers hiring Nick Nurse as their new head coach (22:52). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Yellow Shirt Guy's performance on Friday is only trumped by his performance on a fan wrap-up show (00:08:30). El Condo Pres makes his debut on the program (00:15:00). The Team Minihane faces Macrodosing in the Dozen Tournament tonight and we may see a new enemy emerge (00:31:00). Chad Finn writes a story raving about Kevin Harlan after calling the final call of Saturday's game 'rough' (00:34:00). Fred Toucher off the air again after some concerning tweets over the weekend (00:40:00). USA Today hit on Sam Ponder, WEEI talent takes an important day off & more.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/kminshow
Kevin Harlan was on for two segments in Friday's final hour. He talked about the NBA, the NFL, and the Chiefs. Then we discussed some 90's Bulls drama during The Kicker. Have a great weekend! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bryan and David discuss Pat McAfee's huge contract signing with ESPN, his fit with the sports media conglomerate, and the company's shift to signing top-level talent (00:32). Then, they're back with another segment of NBA2Day to talk about Kevin Harlan's performance during the playoffs, Michael Malone's “Nobody believes in us” comments, and more (17:06). After, they give the latest updates on the 2024 election, including Senator Tim Scott's announcement speech for president, Ron DeSantis bypassing the “mainstream media” for his presidential run, and former vice president Mike Pence plagiarizing bits from a Donald Trump speech (29:58). Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline. Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Producer: Eduardo Ocampo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We gave you everything you need to know to start Friday's final hour. Then we had our weekly chat with Kevin Harlan, who broke down the NBA Playoffs as we've reached the conference finals round. Then we further discussed the Royals stadium situation during The Kicker. Have a great weekend! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kevin Harlan joins Murph and Mac to discuss the Eastern Conference Finals and Jimmy Butler's heroics.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(00:00) The local news is having a frenzy over the three Taylor Swift this weekend taking place this weekend at Gillette Stadium. (11:45) Kevin Harlan from NBA on TNT joins Toucher & Rich. CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH: Twitter: @Toucherandrich | @FredToucher | @KenGriffeyrules Instagram: @toucherandrichofficial | @fredtoucher Facebook: Toucher & Rich Twitch: TheSportsHub Visit the Toucher & Rich page on 985thesportshub.com. Follow Boston's home for sports on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram!
In hour three, Paul Maurice continues to grow on us after his comments on basketball. We play three calls from last night's game clinching Butler three: Jason Jackson, José Pañeda and Kevin Harlan - all three were spectacular. Then, Executive VP & Chief Marketing Officer for the Miami Heat, Michael McCullough, joins the show to share a message to Heat fans: WEAR WHITE to Heat home games.
Connor asks Josh for his thoughts on the Heat taking a surprising 1-0 lead in the Eastern Conference Finals, the Kevin Harlan call from the final minute, Josh's reaction to seeing that play for the first time as a YouTube TV subscriber, and the enigma that is Jimmy Butler.
NBA on TNT's Kevin Harlan discussed his pregame prep, Jimmy Butler's uncanny playoff numbers, what makes the Heat so special despite lesser talent & the pressure on Celtics head coach Joe Mazzulla.
In hour one of Sharp Money hosts Patrick Meagher, Amal Shah, and Dustin Swedelson are joined by Vinny Magliulo, Gaughan Gaming Sports Director, to discuss the upcoming NFL Schedule, and Kevin Harlan, NBA on TNT Announcer, as they preview tomorrow's NBA Playoffs card. Also on the show is Domenic Padula, TSN Sports NHL Betting Analyst, as they break down his favorite for the Eastern Conference of the Stanely Cup.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Holley is joined by Ashley Nicole Moss as today's host of Brother From Another. They discuss Jalen Brunson's stellar performance as the Knicks stave off elimination from the Heat. Holley and Ashley also discuss the Warriors forcing a Game 6 against the Lakers and react to LeBron James' claim that he doesn't flop. Kevin Harlan joins the show to break down the 76ers and Celtics series ahead of Game 6 and whether the Suns can avoid elimination from the Nuggets. Holley and Ashley preview the 2023 NFL schedule, including notable games such as the new Black Friday game. Holley and Ashley react to JJ Redick interviewing to be the Raptors Head Coach and the Patriots plans to honor Tom Brady during their season home-opener. 00:00 Jalen Brunson dominates as Knicks force Game 6 against Heat 11:29 Draymond, Warriors extend series; Wiggins ex-factor; LeBron addresses “flopping” -- 19:47 Can the 76ers eliminate the Celtics? 31:00 Suns lack of depth has no answers for Jokic and the Nuggets 36:04 2023 NFL schedule will be released tonight -- 38:44 NFL announces Black Friday game 41:17 Ashley wants Ezekiel Elliott to come back to the Cowboys 45:47 Are the Detroit Lions a “playoff” team? -- 49:28 Raptors interview JJ Redick for head coach positions 50:35 Patriots to honor Tom Brady at home opener 51:32 Holley reviews Ashley's fashion
We gave you everything you need to know to start Friday's final hour. Then we had two great segments with Kevin Harlan, who spoke about Hunter Dickinson's decision to transfer to Kansas, plus the NBA Playoffs. Have a great weekend! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Voice of America, Kevin Harlan, was on for two segments in the final hour Friday. He talked all about the NFL Draft and the NBA Playoffs. Then we gave you The Kicker on the way out. Have a great weekend! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We had a brief but still information-packed Need to Know. Then we had our weekly visit with The Voice of America, Kevin Harlan. Then we gave you The Kicker on the way out. Have a great weekend! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Does Jarrett Allen need to become the enforcer for the Cavs? Kevin Harlan joins the show to discuss Cavs/Knicks. Ken vs Jason Lloyd in the final segment. Listen to The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima weekday mornings 6-10am on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan and the Audacy App!
Kevin Harlan shared his thoughts on Game 2 of Cavs/Knicks. Performances from Darius Garland, Donovan Mitchell and Evan Mobley. J.B. Bickerstaff's game plan for Danny Green. What Harlan's thoughts on for the rest of the series. Listen to The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima weekday mornings 6-10am on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan and the Audacy App!
Kevin Harlan joins Murph and Mac to breakdown the exhilarating moments from across the NBA Postseason.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bryan and David break down all the media notes from the first weekend of the NBA playoffs. They highlight LeBron and the Lakers' win, touch on Sunday's injury reports, and discuss whether we're in announcing's golden age with individuals such as Mike Breen, Ian Eagle, and Kevin Harlan (5:58). Later, they dive into a new segment, This Week in 2024, where they talk through what's happening on the campaign trail (26:44). Then, they provide a cheat sheet of things to know heading into the Fox News–Dominion trial (37:20). Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline. Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We were treated to two segments with Kevin Harlan during the final hour of Friday's show. He talked about the NFL Draft in Kansas City, the NFL as a whole, and the NBA Playoffs. Then we gave you The Kicker on the way out. Have a great weekend! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the third hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain chat with Bret Boone about Jarred Kelenic and the Mariners, Everett Fitzhugh about the Kraken having one more game before the NHL playoffs begin, and Kevin Harlan about the NBA playoffs starting up.
In our final hour, we take a look around the MLB with pre/post analyst of Houston Astros baseball. Also, Kevin Harlan joins the program to speak on his legendary career in broadcasting. In addition, can Nick Cannon name all his kids? Find out all that and more next on The Bench.
We heard from Bill Self during Need to Know. Then Soren had his weekly visit with Kevin Harlan, who talked about the NBA landscape now that the regular season is coming to an end. Then we talked a little hockey for The Kicker. Have a great weekend! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 1: There was controversy last night in the Mavericks/Warriors game. Luka Doncic made the money sign at the refs, accusing them of being on the take. Mark Cuban filed a protest and called it the worst officiating non call in the history of the NBA. The Jets traded Elijah Moore which also opens up uniform #8 for Aaron Rodgers, the number he wore in college. Boomer also said Joe Douglas had a conversation with OBJ. Boomer thinks they are serious about bringing him in. Jerry is here for his first update but first Boomer said when OBJ comes here he'll be wearing #3 and Aaron Rodgers will be wearing #8. Boomer wants the Jets on Hard Knocks. The Knicks lost to the Heat and Jerry has sounds from the game. We also have sound from the Mavericks/Warriors game that was chock full of controversy. The NCAA tournament resumes tonight. Daniel Vogelbach ‘can't buy a f***ing hit' according to him. Steve Cohen was on with Jon Heyman and talked about the WBC and losing Edwin Diaz. In the final segment of the hour, we talked more about the controversy in last night's Mavericks/Warriors game. Mark Cuban has filed a protest. We took a few calls on the topic. Hour 2: Ja Morant came off the bench for the Grizzlies and got a standing ovation from the crowd in Memphis. We talked about young players getting a lot of money and what that can do to their lives. Jerry returns for an update but first we talked about Evan Roberts dropping his Saturday show. The Warriors beat the Mavericks last night but the game is under protest by Mark Cuban because of a mistake the refs made according to him. Ja Morant gets a standing ovation when he enters the Grizzlies game. The NCAA tournament resumes tonight. Steve Cohen was on the Jon Heyman NY Post podcast and talked about the Edwin Diaz injury and what it means for the Mets. Reggie Jackson was on with Howard Stern and talked about cheating a lot on women. In the final segment of the hour, Boomer woke up earlier than expected and he hopped on the Peloton at 3:30am. Gio wants Boomer to have a C4. Peter Schwartz went to Yankee stadium to check out the new food at the stadium. There's also a ‘99 Burger' and Gio wonders if Aaron Judge gets a piece of that. Hour 3: Boomer is essentially telling us this morning that Odell Beckham Jr will be on the Jets with Aaron Rodgers this season. He also thinks Rodgers is going to take a team friendly contract that will allow them to get and keep star players. Boomer said this is going to be the Jets year. Jerry returns for an update and starts with the Knicks losing in Miami. Ja Morant returned to the Grizzlies and received a standing ovation. A caller says Jerry only plays Knicks and Rangers highlights when they lose. Kevin Harlan didn't like that CBS put out a video of him going crazy during the Furman upset of Virginia. Jerry said he is going to celebrate Knicks elimination day. Adam Schein is not having your Babe Ruth/Shohei Ohtani comparisons. In the final segment of the hour, Gio talked about the upcoming fight between Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia. Davis only wants Garcia eating 4 out of 7 days of the week so that he's sure he'll come in at the proper weight. We also talked about people using the wrong overhead bins on airplanes. Hour 4: Boomer seems to think Odell Beckham Jr to the Jets is going to happen. We also talked about all the prime time games we expect the Jets to be in. Jerry returns for his final update of the morning and starts with the Knicks losing down in Miami. Jerry has audio from the controversial uncontested slam dunk in the Mavericks/Warriors game last night. Mark Cuban is filing a protest. Buck Showalter talked about Brandon Nimmo and said Opening Day is a possibility. Steve Cohen talked about going forward without Edwin Diaz this season. Daniel Vogelbach ‘can't buy a f***ing hit' according to him. Reggie Jackson was on with Howard Stern and told him he was a serial cheater when it came to women. Sam Darnold talked about picking San Francisco as a landing spot. In the final segment of the show, Jeff Darlington is also now saying OBJ to the Jets. We also talked about the NY Post article about Dov Kleiman from Twitter.
Hour 3: Boomer is essentially telling us this morning that Odell Beckham Jr will be on the Jets with Aaron Rodgers this season. He also thinks Rodgers is going to take a team friendly contract that will allow them to get and keep star players. Boomer said this is going to be the Jets year. Jerry returns for an update and starts with the Knicks losing in Miami. Ja Morant returned to the Grizzlies and received a standing ovation. A caller says Jerry only plays Knicks and Rangers highlights when they lose. Kevin Harlan didn't like that CBS put out a video of him going crazy during the Furman upset of Virginia. Jerry said he is going to celebrate Knicks elimination day. Adam Schein is not having your Babe Ruth/Shohei Ohtani comparisons. In the final segment of the hour, Gio talked about the upcoming fight between Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia. Davis only wants Garcia eating 4 out of 7 days of the week so that he's sure he'll come in at the proper weight. We also talked about people using the wrong overhead bins on airplanes.
Episode 286 of the Sports Media Podcast features two guests. First up is Kevin Harlan, the CBS Sports, Warner Bros Discovery Sports and Westwood One Audio play by play broadcaster. Harlan is calling the NCAA Tournament this month. He is followed by Jeff Pearlman, the best-selling author of ten books, the writer of the “Jeff Pearlman's Journalism Yang Yang Substack” and host of the “Two Writers Slinging Yang” podcast. In this podcast, Harlan discusses his now-viral call of Furman's upset of Virginia; why he was uncomfortable with that video getting out; how he prepares to call four games in a single day; calling NCAA Tournament games in Las Vegas; calling the Super Bowl on radio; working with his daughter, Olivia Harlan Dekker, and more. Pearlman discusses his column on journalists not paying sources, how he looks at things such as reporters taking subjects out to dinner; whether we were complicit at Sports Illustrated attending parties where subjects were invited; reporting for his upcoming book on Tupac Shakur and more. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, and more. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices