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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Can the NHL Survive Without Violence?

‘I went to a fight and a hockey game broke out!’  That is the old joke in regards to the frequent fighting that used to define the NHL.  Years have gone by and the fighting remains, albeit with fewer bench clearing, epic beat downs the sport witnessed in the early years through the 1980s.  After […]


Atlanta Goes 0 for 2 with the NHL

Well it’s finally official, the Atlanta Thrashers are moving to Winnipeg.  Atlanta becomes the first city to go “0 for 2” for NHL franchises.  Previously, the Flames left Atlanta back in 1980 for greener (or multi-colored, like Canadian money) pastures and Nelson Skalbania’s check book in Calgary. The failure of hockey in Atlanta will ultimately […]

Sports TV News

Potential Game Changer in Regional Sports Networks

Look out Fox Sports Net, Comcast SportsNet and other regional sports networks, there could be a new bully in your neighborhood. According to Multichannel News, Screen Capital International has launched a new affiliate, RSN Partners, whose goal is to help teams establish their own regional sports networks. Networks like YES and NESN, owned at least partially by […]

College Basketball

Title Game for the Dogs

If you stayed up to watch the NCAA Title game between UConn and Butler, you probably woke up with a big, fat hangover sans the booze. For one of the most exciting, entertaining NCAA Tournaments in recent history, this game was for the dogs. ESPN’s Jay Bilas offered the perfect summation.  ”If Tom Rinaldi read the […]

College Football

NFL Draft Boycott a Silly Idea

The NFL off-season under normal circumstances is a time of free-agent rumors and players complaining about their contracts. We’re used to it. This off-season rumors take on a new light as they surround the future of the on-field product as we know it. Rumors are by definition gossip, but if there is any truth to the reported NFLPA ‘boycott’ of the […]

College Basketball

NCAA March Madness on Demand Gets an Assist from Ball State Sports Link

The upcoming NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament will have unprecedented coverage with every game being broadcast in its entirety and a new ‘March Madness Social Arena’ – powered by a newly formed partnership between Turner Sports, the NCAA and Ball State University. “Turner Sports has selected Ball State University as its school to partner for the inaugural launch […]

College Basketball

Hoops and the Harm?

Forget  Thanksgiving, Christmas or Super Bowl Sunday. The best day of the year (in my opinion) is the first day of the NCAA Men’s basketball tournament. The buzz of being in a newsroom that day is pretty special. All games are on, and despite trying to be unbiased journalists, everyone is cheering for their alma mater or […]

College Basketball

Sports Media Misses the Point of the BYU Honor Code

BYU’s Brandon Davies suspended for the rest of the College Basketball season after honor code violation (photo courtesy: Associated Press) I usually don’t write about stuff like this. First, it’s dealing with religion, second, it’s a team I don’t care about (Sorry, BYU) and I don’t follow college sports as, um, religiously as I do […]


The NFL Owners Take Their Ball and Go Home

The Green Bay Packers won the first ever Super Bowl. They may have also won the last ever Super Bowl if yesterday’s meeting between the NFL owners’ and the NFLPA was any indication. Good bye, NFL… It was fun while it lasted. The NFL owners walked out of a negotiating session with the NFLPA yesterday […]

College Football

National Flip-Flopping Day

  This past Wednesday was National Letter of Intent day for college football. It has become a near national holiday to some and a huge money making business for others. Back in the 90s when I did sports talk radio, the industry consisted of newsletter subscriptions. Recruiting gurus such as Max Emfinger and Max Howell […]

Job/Career Fairs

Cleveland Cavaliers Sports Career Fair

Looking to launch your career in the Sports Industry? The 2011 Cleveland Cavaliers Career fair is your chance to network with over 25 sports businesses representing  public relations, sales/business development, marketing, broadcasting, finance, journalism, advertising, sports medicine, and more. The Career Fair is 1-4 pm at Quicken Loans Arena on February 23rd, admission includes a game ticket to the […]

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