On the April 19, 2016 edition of Real Sports, HBO's Bryant Gumbel urged the top executives of the NBA, NFL, and the NCAA to penalize North Carolina over H.B. 2, which he underlined has been "labeled the most extreme anti-LGBT measure...Show More Summary
After Prince’s passing at the age of 57 Thursday, the sports and entertainment worlds have been busy paying tributes to him. It’s interesting that the musician himself once paid a very public tribute to a major figure in the sports and entertainment world, though: current HBO personality Bryant Gumbel. Show More Summary
Reaction, news updates and history as Prince is mourned around the world April 21 2016, 6:06 PM The music world lost a legend today. Prince died Thursday morning in his home recording studio in Chanhassen, Minn.Read the obituary: Music great Prince dies at 57Full coverage on Prince's deathPhoto...
The date: January 3rd, 1997 The place: studio 1A in Rockefeller Center It was Bryant Gumbel's last day as co-host of The Today Show, and a cute-as-a-button Katie Couric wanted to send her coworker off memorably. So, as Matt Lauer, his...Show More Summary
Bryant Gumbel has called on the NBA, the NFL, and the NCAA to cancel events scheduled to take place in North Carolina because of the state’s newly passed anti-LGBT ‘bathroom bill’, HB 2. As we’ve been reporting, businesses hav… Read The post Bryant Gumbel: NBA, NFL, and NCAA Should Cancel Events in NC Over Anti-LGBT Bill – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Mandi Koba, the woman who has accused former Phoenix Suns star Kevin Johnson of molesting her when she was 16, spoke for the first time on camera in an episode of HBO’s “Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel” that premiered Tuesday night. Koba repeated the allegations that have been aired by numerous outlets over the past […]
We learned yesterday that Craig Sager’s cancer is no longer remission, but the news is even worse than that for the NBA on TNT sideline reporter. Speaking to Bernard Goldberg as part of a Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel segment that will air Tuesday night on HBO, Sager revealed doctors have given him three-to-six months to live. Show More Summary
NBA on TNT sideline reporter Craig Sager’s cancer is no longer in remission, according to a trailer for Tuesday night’s episode of HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel. Sager has battled acute myeloid leukemia for the past two years,...Show More Summary
"When it comes to creating mass hysteria among teenage girls, no one's seen anything like it since the Beatles," Bryant Gumbel observed.
"With black music, there's a very strong social point to make. There's a means of discovery and a purpose."
"I have all the respect in the world for 60 Minutes and for Steve Kroft. But when you sit there and watch something like that, you’re inclined to say, boy oh boy, it’s nothing more than a marketing plan."
Bryant Gumbel is at the stage of his career where he gives exactly zero you-know-whats about how he’s perceived or who not to tick off in the sports industry. That makes him a potentially delightful interview who can provide some tasty...Show More Summary
Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel has been a standard in sports journalism for 20 years. Launching on HBO twenty years ago, the monthly sports news magazine has won numerous Sports Emmys for journalism. Bryant Gumbel has called Real Sports...Show More Summary
“A man who can’t stay away from the game of basketball, even if that might be best for everyone.” That is how Bryant Gumbel, host of HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, first describes Isiah Thomas in his piece on the maligned NBA legend turned WNBA executive and his boss, MSG chairman James Dolan. Show More Summary
The first live brain surgery to be televised is all set, to be hosted by Bryant Gumbel. The two-hour program is booked for Sunday, Oct. 25, on the National Geographic Channel, The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports. The program will...
Hosted by Bryant Gumbel, the two-hour event will take viewers inside an awake deep brain stimulation surgery via handheld and robotic cameras in the operating room. read more
Hosting the Emmys, or any awards show, can lead to an invite back the next year or to comedy pariah status (sorry, Bryant Gumbel). But from initial reaction, Andy Samberg seems to have pulled off a solid performance tonight, with plenty of audience-pleasing knee-slappers, sketches, and celebrity interaction. What's getting...
REAL SPORTS WITH BRYANT GUMBEL, TV’s most honored sports journalism series, returns with more enterprising features and reporting when the show’s 222nd edition debuts TUESDAY, SEPT. 22 (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT), exclusively on HBO.