The 10 best sports events on TV/radio this week. You're a better sports fan if you plan your calendar with these 10 in mind.
Fox Sports Radio host Clay Travis, ostensibly appearing on CNN Friday afternoon to discuss the White House calling for the firing of ESPN's Jemele Hill, instead informed a perplexed Brooke Baldwin that he only believes in two things: "the First Amendment and boobs," Mediaite reports. The understandably confused CNN host...
Clay Travis, the Nashville-based sports talk radio host, made the eye-opening comments to CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin.
CNN abruptly ended an interview with Fox Sports Radio host Clay Travis after he disclosed to anchor Brooke Baldwin the two things that he believes in completely. Travis was on CNN to discuss the controversy over a series of tweets by...Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) So here is the CNN video highlight of the year. Today CNN had on someone named Clay Travis, who apparently is a popular sports radio host (I don’t listen to sports talk radio), talking about the ESPN controversy over...Show More Summary
“Why would you even say that live on national television and with female host?” Baldwin asked her guest.
What. Just. Happened. In what may be the most unnecessary statement of the day, Fox Sports Radio host Clay Travis used a sexist joke in an attempt to decry the state of the nation and criticize ESPN. He's a troll, and he's not evenShow More Summary
That's Clay Travis, a Fox Sports radio host, and CNN’s Brooke Baldwin, whose outrage unfolds slowly (with backup from former ESPN Senior Editor Keith Reed). Travis did not just blurt that out. He seems as though he was absolutely prepared to say that and he repeats it, even as Baldwin carefully works her way to a slight simmer and ends the interview. Show More Summary
A CNN segment about the White House call for ESPN to fire Jemele Hill after she called President Donald Trump a “white supremacist” went off the rails this afternoon when Fox Sports Radio host Clay Travis was given the floor. “ESPN is...Show More Summary
On Friday, Clay Travis had one job and one job only, and that was to go on CNN and talk about the Jemele Hill situation where she called him a White Supremacist and bigot. The Fox Sports Radio personality, who regularly trolls ESPN, did not stay on very long during that segment when he started the […]
On Friday afternoon, CNN had Fox Sports Radio personality and dogged ESPN antagonist Clay Travis on air to talk about the controversy surrounding ESPN, Jemele Hill and Donald Trump. The segment did not last as long as planned, however. Show More Summary
With research suggesting an 18% drop in community volunteers since 2015, England rugby star Danny Care tells BBC Radio 5 live why you should get involved.
Leif-Erik Holm of Germany's right-wing populist AfD party cultivates a radio DJ's smooth, soothing voice, sports fashionable chin stubble and crisp dress shirts, and has one goal this month: ousting Angela Merkel. Holm is challenging...Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — When watching sports in virtual reality, it's best to remind yourself that TV wasn't born in a day. Early television was mostly radio with pictures. It took years — even decades — for producers to figure out the right camera angles, graphics and instant replays to deliver. Sports is going through a similar transformation. Show More Summary
New York sports radio personality Craig Carton quit his "dream job" on WFAN Wednesday, saying he didn't want to be a distraction as he faces federal charges that he cheated investors to pay off... To view the full story, click the title link.
The way ESPN treated longtime SportsCenter anchor Linda Cohn versus the at-best mild reprimand that Jemele Hill received speaks volumes about ESPN management. In general, that is the contention of Fox Sports Radio host Clay Travis, a...Show More Summary
Craig Carton resigned from WFAN’s top-rated “Boomer and Carton” radio program a week after being arrested on federal charges that he fraudulently raised money to pay off gambling debts. Carton, who co-hosted the program with former NFL star Boomer Esiason for 10 years, said he did not want his legal...
Craig Carton has resigned from New York City sports radio station WFAN after 10 years as co-host of the high-rated morning drive show Boomer & Carton. Carton, who is under federal investigation, submitted his resignation earlier this evening. The FBI arrested Carton last Wednesday morning. Show More Summary
Sports radio host Craig Carton -- one half of the famous "Boomer and Carton Show" -- officially quit his job... amidst a federal investigation into an alleged multi-million dollar concert ticket scheme. As we previously reported... Carton was…
Hennessy Sports is delighted to announce that BBC Radio 5 Live has acquired the exclusive live radio rights for the WBO World Heavyweight Championship title fight between Joe Parker and Hughie Fury. Parker, the undefeated WBO World Champion...Show More Summary