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The Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch is a weekly show that features interviews with members of the sports media about their work, as well as roundtables with sports media reporters about television, digital, audio/radio, print, and other forms of media. You can read Richard’s work at The Athletic and hear his words at Sportsnet 590 The Fan in Toronto.
 
Richard Deitsch and Donnovan Bennett host a podcast about how COVID-19 is impacting sports around the world. They talk to experts, athletes and personalities, putting big news into perspective, highlighting great journalism and offering a window into the lives of people we normally root for in entirely different ways.
 
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Episode 229 of the Sports Media Podcast features two guests. First up is Dr. Dani Gilbert, a Rosenwald Fellow in U.S. Foreign Policy and International Security at the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding at Dartmouth College, and an expert on U.S. hostage policy and diplomacy. She is followed by T,J, Quinn, an investigative repo…
 
Episode 229 of the Sports Media Podcast features ESPN broadcaster and longtime World Series game-caller Joe Buck. In this podcast, Buck discusses the life and career of the legendary broadcaster Vin Scully, who passed away on Tuesday at age 94; the friendship between Scully and Jack Buck, the father of Joe Buck; Scully’s remarkable ability to call …
 
Episode 228 of the Sports Media Podcast features two guests. First up is Yahoo Sports NFL writer Shalise Manza Young. She is followed by Boston Globe media writer and general columnist Chad Finn. In this podcast, Young discusses her excellent piece on independent arbitrator Sue L. Robinson’s decision on Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson; why the de…
 
Episode 227 of the Sports Media Podcast features three guests. First up is Ian Darke, a football commentator for ESPN in America and for BT Sport in UK. Last week Fox Sports announced that Darke will be part of the network’s coverage of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar later this year. He is followed by Roberto Andrade Franco, a feature writer for ESPN …
 
Episode 226 features Conrad Thompson, the preeminent wrestling podcast host in the United States and the promoter of “Ric Flair's Last Match" which features 11 matches from promotions across the globe that will air July 31on PPV and FITE.TV from The Fairgrounds in Nashville, TN. In this podcast, Thompson discusses how he came to put together the pr…
 
Episode 225 features The Athletic writers Katie Strang, Dan Robson, and Ian Mendes. The three co-authored a recent piece on allegations of sexual assault and a reckoning for Hockey Canada. In this podcast, Strang, Robson, and Mendes discuss how the reporting came together for the piece and the steps reporters take to report on this subject; what we…
 
Episode 224 features Jamie Erdahl, the new host of Good Morning Football which airs Monday to Friday at 7:00 AM ET on NFL Network. She will make her debut on the show on July 25. In this podcast, Erdahl discussed why she wanted the GMF job; when she first became aware the job was open; what the interview process was like; why people have taken to t…
 
Episode 223 of the Sports Media Podcast features a roundtable with Chad Finn, a sports media writer and general sports columnist for the Boston Globe and Sports Business Journal managing editor/digital Austin Karp. In this podcast, Karp and Finn discuss MLB viewership at the All Star Game; baseball’s decision to sign deals with so many different me…
 
Episode 222 of the Sports Media Podcast features two guests. First up is Fox Sports reporter and producer Tom Rinaldi, who served as an executive producer, writer, and host of an eight-part podcast series titled “Wesley.” The series examines the heartbreaking story of Lyman Wesley Bostock Jr., who was murdered in-season during the height of his MLB…
 
Episode 221 of the Sports Media Podcast features two guests — ESPN director and producer Russell Dinallo and host and reporter Jeremy Schaap. In this podcast, Dinallo and Schaap discuss the story of Barry Bremen, a Detroit-area novelty goods salesman who in the late 1970’s was known as “The Great Imposter.” Bremen pulled off sports pranks that incl…
 
Episode 220 of the Sports Media Podcast features Monica McNutt, a host, analyst, and reporter for ESPN and MSG Networks with a specialty in basketball. In this podcast, McNutt discusses the challenges of live sports television; the differences in covering the NBA and WNBA; the preparation for being a Draft interviewer; working multiple jobs as a 20…
 
Episode 219 of the Sports Media Podcast features Andy Staples, a senior writer for The Athletic covering college football. He is the host “The Andy Staples Show And Friends,” a podcast about college football and also a host of College Sports on SiriusXM. In this podcast, Staples discusses the seismic move of USC and UCLA heading to the Big Ten; why…
 
Episode 218 of the Sports Media Podcast features ESPN investigative reporter and senior writer T.J. Quinn, In this podcast, Quinn discusses his reporting on WNBA star Brittney Griner being detained in Russia; where the Griner criminal trial stands right now; Griner facing 10 years in prison if convicted on charges of large-scale transportation of d…
 
Episode 217 of the Sports Media Podcast features two guests. First up is Lindsey Adler, a senior writer for The Athletic covering the New York Yankees. She is followed by Sports Business Journal motorsports and combat sports reporter Adam Stern. In this podcast, Adler discusses what it’s like covering a team that has the potential to make sports hi…
 
Episode 216 of the Sports Media Podcast features a conversation with Jimmy Pitaro, the Chairman and top executive at ESPN. In this podcast, Pitaro discusses his interest in extending media rights deals with the NBA and Formula One — and why that’s important to his company; how he views ESPN’s current relationship with the NFL and why getting into t…
 
Episode 215 of the Sports Media Podcast features Michael McCann, a legal analyst and senior sports legal reporter at Sportico and a Professor of Law at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, where he is Director of the Sports and Entertainment Law Institute. In this podcast, McCann discusses why coverage of the intersection …
 
We’re sharing a preview of the new podcast, Legacy of Speed, from Pushkin Industries. Legacy of Speed follows the transformation of a San Jose State track program in the 1960s. What started out as a second-tier state college no one outside of California had ever heard of, quickly became known as the home to Speed City. The guidance of one coach and…
 
Episode 214 of the Sports Media Podcast features ESPN NHL reporter and podcaster Emily Kaplan. In this podcast Kaplan, a co-host of In The Crease with Linda Cohn, discusses covering the Lightning-Avalanche Stanley Cup Final; how coaches and players have received her this year reporting from ice level; why some viewers seem angry at in-game coaching…
 
Episode 213 of the Sports Media Podcast features two segments. First up is Haley Rosen, the founder and CEO of Just Women’s Sports. She is followed by a sports media panel with Boston Globe media writer Chad Finn and Sports Business Journal Managing Editor/Digital Austin Karp. In this podcast, Rosen discusses Just Women’s Sports, a women’s sports-f…
 
Episode 212 of the Sports Media Podcast features Edward Keenan, the Washington Bureau Chief of The Toronto Star and former local and political columnist in Toronto. In this podcast, Keenan discusses covering the United States from a foreign perspective; how he landed a job; covering America at one of its most fraught times; how he decides on storie…
 
Episode 211 of the Sports Media Podcast features two guests. First up is Chad Finn, the sports media writer and general columnist for The Boston Globe. He is followed by Louise Radnofsky, a sports reporter for The Wall Street Journal. Her piece, “Testing Positive in Zero-Covid China” was about being isolated under aggressive policies in China durin…
 
Episode 210 of the Sports Media Podcast features Washington Post writer John Woodrow Cox, an enterprise reporter for The Washington Post who has focused on the impact of gun violence on children. Cox is also the author of a book on the subject, “Children Under Fire: An American Crisis.” In this podcast, Cox discusses his reporting on children exper…
 
Episode 209 of the Sports Media Podcast features two guests. First up is Lindsay Jones, an national NFL writer for The Athletic and the President of Pro Football Writers Of America. She is followed by Leigh Diffey, who serves as NBC Sports’ lead play-by-play commentator for its Indycar WeatherTech Sportscar Championship, MotoGP and Supercross cover…
 
Episode 208 of the Sports Media Podcast features a conversation with Tony Khan, the president, CEO and head of creative of All Elite Wrestling (AEW), a co-owner and the chief football strategy officer for the Jacksonville Jaguars, co-owner and GM of Fulham F.C., and owner and chairman of TruMedia Networks, an engineering firm used for data analytic…
 
Episode 207 of the Sports Media Podcast features a conversation with Tom Verducci, the senior writer for Sports Illustrated and Fox Sports and MLB Network game, studio analyst and reporter. In this podcast Verducci discusses the life and times of Roger Angell, the brilliant baseball writer who passed away last week at age 101; Verducci’s piece on A…
 
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