Cleveland Browns the Focus of New Travel Channel Show

Forget exotic shoots on location in Bora Bora, the Travel Channel is channeling their inner-Americana in NFL Road Tested: The Cleveland Browns. Premiering December 4th at 10 pm, the joint production between NFL Films and RIVR media will highlight the Browns as they prepare to play in New York, Baltimore, Dallas, Oakland, Denver and Pittsburgh, according […]

Potty Talk with Chris Berman

A Day in the Life of an ESPN Production Assistant It’s the first Sunday of the NFL season, and I’m completely exhausted already. Saturdays are a weekend day of relaxation for most, but for those of us in Sports television Saturdays in the fall means a non-stop work day revolving around College Football. By the time […]

Detroit Lions Sports Media on Twitter

Nobody knows the Detroit Lions like the local beat reporters, sportscasters and radio hosts. If you want real insight into the latest news regarding the Lions, these are the people you need to follow on Twitter. If we’ve missed anyone alert us in the comments and we’ll be sure to add them. For other NFL teams visit […]

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Job/Career Fairs

San Jose Earthquakes Job Fair

If you live in the San Francisco area here’s your chance to get in the game! The San Jose Earthquakes are hosting a Career Fair on Saturday October 1, 2011 at Buck Shaw Stadium on the campus of Santa Clara University from 3:45-4:45pm. For just $25 you’ll get exposure to numerous sports businesses at the […]

Sports TV News

Meet Ortis Deley – He’s Really Bad At This

I often feel bad for Brian Collins. Name doesn’t ring a bell? He was the Ball State University student made famous by being an absolutely horrendous Sportscaster. Still doesn’t ring a bell? How about this “…and BOOM goes the dynamite!” Ah ha! now you remember. (if you don’t I embedded the video below). Collins has […]

NHL

Do Any NHL Players Have All of Their Teeth?

One of the greatest parts of working in a sports newsroom, surrounded by other passionate sports fans, insiders and analysts, are the debates and discussions that rage on daily. Newsroom debates can be like living a National Geographic video where Lions fight for supremacy on the Savannah, you can’t show weakness in these debates or […]

NFL

Twitter Provides Brief Glimpse into NFL Post-game Conversation

I’ve always wondered why there aren’t more fights after NFL games. These guys spend 60 minutes trying to maim each other, and yet they join in the middle of the field after the game and give out man hugs like they were Skittles at a 5-year old birthday party. Logan Mankins punches a guy in […]

Job/Career Fairs

San Antonio Spurs Sports Job Fair

Whether you are a college student close to graduation or a current professional looking for change, job fairs represent your best chance to meet face-to-face with hiring managers and recruiters for top notch sports businesses, media outlets and professional teams. Register now for the Spurs Sports and Entertainment Job Fair sponsored by the U.S. Coast […]

College Basketball

Pac 12 Network: Biggest Winners

The easy answer is to say fans of the Pac-12 are the biggest winners, but it’s not that simple, the increased access will cost Pac-12 fans on their monthly cable bill. The real winner here could be ESPN. Fearful of ESPN’s near monopolistic dominance of sports programming, many media insiders and fans have long wished […]

MLB

The Hypocrisy of the MLB All-Star Game

I’m far from a Major League Baseball traditionalist – bring on the Wild Card, Interleague Play and lots of instant replay and I believe you get a better baseball product for the fans at home. But the All-Star game deciding who has home field advantage for the World Series – that just irks me to […]

Sports TV News

The Worst Week to be a Sports Producer

For a sports producer at a regional or national sports network, the most difficult show to produce is a 6pm hour long show during the week. Game highlights from the previous night are too old to use and no new games have generally taken place, you are totally dependent on fresh news and your own […]

NFL

How to Fix the NFL in Five Steps

I had a preview to what my life would be like without the NFL this year and it was not pretty. It was all because of the weather. The power was out in my house for six hours and I had to spend the time actually talking to my wife, who by the way does […]

NBA

NBA Lockout Equals NHL Opportunity

If NBA super agent David Falk is to be believed, the NBA is in serious danger of losing the entire 2011-12 season in order to radically change the way they do business. While sports fans will be the biggest loser, the NHL is first in line to be the biggest winner. The NHL considers themselves […]

Job/Career Fairs

MSG Sports and Entertainment Career Fair

Making it in New York isn’t easy, but the upcoming Madison Square Garden Sports & Entertainment Career Fair on Thursday, July 28th is your chance to get a leg up on the competition. For just $26 with advance online registration you’ll get a front row seat with representatives from powerhouse sports and entertainment companies such […]

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