Comedian Frank Caliendo joined “Mike and Mike” on ESPN Radio and ESPN 2 this morning and performed the holiday classic, “Twas the Night Before Christmas,” while imitating pretty much every ESPN sports newser. The Lou Holtz impression...Show More Summary
Ah, sports talk radio. It's just like political talk radio -- chock full of nasty blowhards, buffoons, and trolls, but without all the ideological warfare.
A former Fox Sports analyst-turned-hate group spokesman couldn't bring himself to disagree with a radio show caller who suggested that gay people who file discrimination complaints against business should be killed. In September of 2013,...Show More Summary
Craig James, a former TV football analyst, is fond of saying he was fired by Fox Sports merely because of his views against same-sex marriage. But it's beginning to seem more likely that Fox Sports let James go because he's...
Right-wing media outlets manufactured phony outrage over President Obama's recent remark on ESPN Radio that he usually watches SportsCenter while working out in the morning. In 2007, President Bush similarly admitted to watching ESPN while working. Show More Summary
Mauro Baldissoni, the CEO of AS Roma, spoke to Italy’s Radio Anch’Io Sport on Monday morning, and during the interview the subject of Kevin Strootman moving to Man United came up in conversation. Strootman, the 24-year-old Dutch international midfielder, has long been linked with a move to Old Trafford, an those rumours have only increased since Louis van […]
Pittsburgh sports radio personality Stan Savran decide to reference the "I Can't Breathe" shirts in memory of Eric Garner while talking about the Penguins' struggles against the Blue Jackets last night. That was a bad idea. Read mor...
Friday on ESPN Radio's "The Herd with Colin Cowherd" President Barack Obama revealed he divides his attention during his duty as commander-in-chief of reviewing those "really fat briefing books" and watching sports. "You know, 'Sportscenter' when I work out in the morning gives me a pretty good sense of what is going on. Show More Summary
Last year Red Hook teamed up with television and radio personality Dan Patrick to produce Audible Ale, which they proudly trumpet as "the ultimate craft beer for watching sports." What confers this ultamism? The marketing material suggests...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama is taking to the airwaves to remind Americans to sign up for health care, as the deadline for the second annual enrollment period nears - and indulging in some sports talk.
President Obama admitted during an ESPN radio interview that he spends a lot of his time watching the sports cable channel in the morning. “Listen, I spend most of my time watching ESPN in the morning,” he said. “I get so much politics,...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama is apparently a devotee of ESPN. During a Friday morning interview with Colin Cowherd on ESPN Radio, Obama said he spent his mornings watching the sports channel. "I spend most of my time watching ESPN in the morning. Show More Summary
Two days after referring to Johnny Manziel as a "midget" during a Cincinnati sports radio interview, Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis found himself face to face with an actual little person. In a story equal parts awkward and...Show More Summary
One of the worst vendettas in sports media is Colin Cowherd’s multiple years of riding John Wall into the ground. Cowherd’s rants on Wall ever since he debuted in the NBA is the worst of sports talk radio and enough words have been typed about the subject. Show More Summary
NBC Sports Radio will be adding another show to its programming come January 2015. On Jan. 5, ProFootballLive with Mike Florio will launch, a show that will run three hours in duration, five days per week. For the past four years, PFT Live has been a web-based show spanning an hour. Show More Summary
CBS Sports Radio began launched right after New Year’s Day in 2013. Aired on 300 stations nationwide, CBS Sports Radio began with some heavy fanfare having brought in some heavy hitters including Jim Rome, Doug Gottlieb, John Feinstein and Scott Ferrall. Show More Summary
Above was my Twitter timeline in realtime last night as I was flipping through the dial with an array of live sports on last night. Turns out I should have been watching the end of the UCF-ECU game, where the Knights stunned the Pirates on a last second Hail Mary. Show More Summary
Four years after PFT Live debuted on NBCSports.com as a one-hour midday web show, a major change is coming. Amazingly, it’s still not cancellation. As of January 5, PFT Live becomes a three-hour show on NBC Sports Radio, with nationwide availability via transistor radios and other devices that pull waves from the sky along with…
Mike Florio, founder of ProFootballTalk.com, has signed a deal with NBC Sports Radio to host a three-hour, football-focused program that will debut in January.
Sprylogics International Corp. (“Sprylogics” or the “Company”) (SPY), a technology provider of local mobile search, semantic search and messaging solutions for consumers and businesses, announced today a partnership with iHeartMedia, the leading media company in America with a greater reach in the U.S. Show More Summary