Steve Bunin One-on-One

During my run as News Director at Fox Sports Northwest one of my producers, Dave Rees, came into my office one day with a Sportscaster friend named Steve Bunin. Dave introduced me to Steve and said “you have to hire this guy, he’s a star in the making, a true journalist who knows exactly how […]

Getting Hired in Sports Broadcasting: Four Things You Have To Do

Working in sports broadcasting is definitely an out-of-the-box career, you work odd hours and more than a few holidays. But to know that your work is being seen by thousands, sometimes millions, of people is more than just rewarding, it’s habit-forming. The hardest part of launching a successful TV career is getting that first chance […]

2013 NFL Pro Day Schedule

NFL draft geeks circle March 14th on your calendar, that is the day the QB hype machine will reach it’s apex as West Virginia’s Geno Smith shows off his skills (against air) and starts making scouts fall crazy in love. Most mock drafts seems to be anti-QB this year, with Smith and USC signal-caller Matt […]

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NHL using Superheroes to Attract Younger Fans

In an attempt to revitalize their younger fan base, the NHL has turned to comic book legend Stan Lee. Lee, the creator of Iron Man, The Hulk, Spiderman and countless other Superheroes will launch the ‘Guardian Project’ to create 30 new characters, one to represent each team. Ever since the 2004-05 NHL season was lost […]


Lebron James in 3D – Coming Soon!

If you figured you’d have to take your talents to South Beach to see Lebron James in 3D, think again. ESPN 3D will broadcast 8 regular season NBA games on the new network, starting with the Miami Heat vs. the New York Knicks on Dec 17th. In addition to the 8 regular season games, ESPN 3d will also televise 6 games […]

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Cover Artwork for Unauthorized ESPN Book Released

For fans of the worldwide sports leader your chance to read an unauthorized history of ESPN will have to wait until May, 2011. In the meantime, authors Tom Shales and James Andrew Miller whet our appetite with a working cover of their upcoming book via twitter. Shales and Miller are the authors of the national bestseller “Live From New York” an uncensored […]

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Friday Night Lights: The Final Season

For fans of ‘Friday Night Lights’ the last chance to don your East Dillon Lions jersey is quickly approaching. According to Entertainment Weekly the 5th and final season of the teenage football drama is set to begin October 27th on DirecTV. For a show that has always been on the brink of being cancelled, making it to a 5th season […]


Dana White: inaugural ‘Game Changer’

UFC President Dana White has been characterized by the media as a bully, a loud-mouth and an attention seeker. Now he can add another title to his resume: ‘Game Changer’ PromaxBDA, the leading global association for marketing, promotion and design professionals in the entertainment industry, has announced that White will receive the Game Changer Award […]


MLB on TBS going less virtual

Over the years sports networks have tried to compete with one another by releasing a continuous wave of whiz bang technologies. TBS is taking a step back in it’s studio based pre- and post game MLB playoff shows. With credible analysts on board like Cal Ripken, Dennis Eckersley and David Wells the Atlanta based network decided to go old school and […]


Danica Patrick to be Featured in Comic Book

IndyCar driver Danica Patrick will be the focus of a 32-page comic book set to be released by Bluewater Productions in December. The comic book will focus on her rise up the ranks of the male dominated sport and delve deeper into the public fascination with the Indy starlet. Critics maintain that Patrick is more flash […]


Must See TV: NFL on Halloween Edition

Lost in the drama surrounding wide receiver Randy Moss’ trade from the New England Patriots to the Minnesota Vikings is that these two teams will face off …on Halloween day. Moss’ contract was set to expire after this season and the Patriots seemed uninterested in discussing a new contract for the 7-time Pro Bowl receiver. Moss has never been soft-spoken and made […]


Sun Mountain Sports Asks Forgiveness

America has long been known as a country anxious to forgive it’s sports stars, so long as they come forth and admit their mistakes. Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Mike Vick spent 2 years jail for his poor choices. Now after paying for his sins and returning to the spotlight, has sports columnists reviling in his rebirth […]

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