Jason Barrett is back with a new podcast focused on what makes sports radio and who makes great sports radio.
Rich Eisen reveals how he ended up partnering with Stuart Scott, the moment he knew he made the right move joining the NFL Network, and the influence standup comedy had on his broadcast career.
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There was no PD at VSiN when the network hired Jon Goulet. That is why his job isn't the same as a traditional programming gig.
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Bomani Jones has had a fascinating career. He covers the entire journey from freelance music journalist to HBO star in this week's conversation.
Jonathan Pixley is an expert in the NIL space, working with Matchpoint Connection to match college athletes and businesses interested in doing deals. He explains where there is room in the media to take advantage of those opportunities.
Local ownership comes with its own unique set of challenges. At 1010XL in Jacksonville, Steve Griffin faces those challenges head on and delivers for his staff and his clients with unique, market-focused solutions.
Sportsbooks are creating their own media now, and no company is doing that using more guys that have made their names on sports radio than BetRivers. Terry Dugan & Adam Delevitt talk about the strategy behind that decision for today and for the future.
Getting to ESPN and then succeeding with what he has been offered has taken a lot of learning and patience for Jay Williams. Check out his conversation with Jason Barrett.
Zach Leonsis of Monumental Sports talks about why the company bought an RSN and what innovations he thinks could revolutionize that industry.
John Kincade shares his thoughts on coming home to Philadelphia, the latest headlines from the industry and the opportunities that turnover in his market presents.
Colin Cowherd talks about why The Volume works and keeps growing, what he will miss about Joy Taylor, and where he sees himself and his show going in the future.
Very few people in sports media are as honest or as candid as Paul Finebaum. He doesn't hold back in this conversation with Jason Barrett.
Romey, Romius Prime, The Pimp in the Box. Call Jim Rome whatever you want, but don't ever forget that he is a sports radio legend. He joins JB to talk about how he reinvented himself and his show after more than 2 decades of success.
If it is happening in sports media, Michael McCarthy of Front Office Sports knows about it and has thoughts to share. He and JB cover the Big Ten's new deal, what is next for the Manning Cast, who is ready to spend big money on the NBA and more.
How did Dave LaGreca convince the bosses at SiriusXM to let him talk about wrestling as a full-time job? He didn't. He tells Jason why wrestling fans are the kind of loyal audience every show and network want.
Mark Chernoff talks about WFAN's newest Radio Hall of Famers, how the station has changed since he left, and the direction of sports radio programming in 2022.
Don Martin does just about everything at iHeartMedia in Los Angeles, but don't let him hear you say that. The FOX Sports Radio and AM 570 boss talks about why he leads with love and what has driven his passion for this business higher than ever.
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