Yankees fans all over America shed some tears when Derek Jeter singled home the winning run in his last home game of his career. They cried at Yankee Stadium, they cried at sports bars, they cried at home. They even cried at work. Wait, what? That’s right. Show More Summary
Before Derek Jeter's emotional last game at Yankee Stadium, CBS Sports radio host Damon Amendolara brought his Yankees-fan producer, Shaun Morash, on the air to talk about Jeter's impending retirement. The tears came pretty quickly. Read more...
Last week SNY host Chris Carlin called Derek Jeter a “fraud.” However, he didn’t offer a very nuanced argument for his position, because he’s really just a sports talk radio troll who managed to get a gig on TV. The Keith Olbermann Jeter rant you’re about to watch is different. I wouldn’t say he “destroys” […]
Mike Florio chats with CSN Philadelphia Insider, Geoff Mosher about the Eagles 3-game winning streak. Then, Florio chats with Mike Dempsey of 1010XL Jaguars Sport Radio about the Jaguars benching Chad Henne and putting in rookie QB, Blake Bortles in the 2nd half against the Colts on Sunday.
@johnmtaylor We had a caller theorize that Kirk threw the game at the end to avoid a huge QB controversy. Beat that. — Chris Kinard (@ChrisKinard) September 22, 2014 Read more...
(Video Link) This is Edgar Ramos Nieves, popularly known as "The Saw." He's a phone salesman working at a Sam's Club in Coatzacoalcos, Mexico. But in the past, he's been a radio announcer and a sports commentator. You can definitely see that here because he's a master showman. Show More Summary
Fred Roggin, Jim Rome, Marques Johnson and Jeanne Zelasko are on the schedule. Also: The LA Times wants to know which of its sports scribes have radio and TV gigs.
During his Wednesday broadcast, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh explained to his listeners how liberalism when overt is a failure in the media and offered various examples of where so-called liberal brands have struggled to achieve success. Show More Summary
Ever since Mike Francesa began his Fox Sports 1 simulcast of his WFAN radio show earlier this year, the relationship between the two parties has been rather tumultuous. Now it’s reaching the breaking point. It’s been quite the week for...Show More Summary
What exactly is an Apple Watch? No one – not even Apple – knows. It may be a gateway to health and wellness, sports and fitness, quantified self or personal navigation. It may be none of these things. It may be a platform for app developers or a failed attempt at a user interface. As... Read More
Lots of drama for a midday radio simulcast.
A graduate in journalism and civil administration, Mr Diallo joined the IOC in 1994. He was a member of the Executive Board from 2003 to 2006 and also served on the following commissions: Sport for All (1995), Radio and Television since 1996, IOC 2000 (1999), Olympic Solidarity (2002-2006) and International Relations since 2002. Show More Summary
Back in April, Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge offered fans a sliver of hope that transformative days were upon us, telling Boston sports radio 98.5 The Sports Hub (per ESPNBoston.com's Chris Forsberg ): I'm...Show More Summary
Last week, the FIA —Formula One's governing body—sent a letter to the teams indicating they are no longer allowed to provide advice to their drivers via radio during the race. According to the BBC, the letter said, "no radio conversation...Show More Summary
Formula One team will be banned from giving advice and information to their drivers from the Singapore Grand Prix onwards. The FIA will now strictly enforce Article 20.1 of the F1 Sporting Regulations, which state the driver should operate the car "alone and unaided." Elsewhere, two teenagers have taken a step closer to making their full F1 debuts. Show More Summary
While an F1 driver might be alone on the track, racing is a team sport. In F1, that goes as far as engineers telling drivers precisely how to drive over the radio in order to get the best out of the car. However, a ruling has now banned conversations like that with immediate effect. Read more...
Fred Couples has been talking sports for 20 years at PGA Tour events. Now he can do that as host of his own radio show.
Democracy Now We are joined by Dave Zirin, sports columnist for The Nation magazine and host of Edge of Sports Radio on SiriusXM. "This is about a national football league that treats violence against women as a public relations crisis, not as a crisis about the ways in which the violence of the game spills over into people’s families," Zirin says.
Philly shock jock Howard Eskin is no stranger to controversy. Having almost half of your Wikipedia page dedicated to a “Controversy” section should be considered some kind of Lifetime Achievement Award for the sports talk radio industry. So perhaps it’s no surprise that Eskin took the bait and tweeted this terrible message to Janay Palmer […]
Showing some love to her Australian fans, Hilary Duff paid a visit to a radio station in Sydney on Tuesday morning (September 9). The “So Yesterday” singer signed autographs and posed for photos, sporting a short black leather skirtShow More Summary