Each week, Stephen Strom talks to the biggest names in sports media to figure out how they got where they are and what they learned along the way.
How did WWE make Renee Paquette a better interviewer? What was her goal for her career and how close was she to working with Colin Cowherd nearly a decade sooner than she actually did?
Liam McHugh used to do everything on NBCSN, then the network shut down. That let him become the anchor of TNT's NHL coverage. He talks about it all with Stephen Strom.
With the WNBA Finals upon us, Stephen Strom talks to the man calling the action for ESPN. Ryan Ruocco is the guest on this week's Sports Talkers Podcast.
Jason Fitz joins the show this week to talk about making the very unorthodox leap from the country music world to ESPN. Why does he think he has stuck around and how did Jason Barrett make him better?
Damon Amendolara learned the hard way that radio is a business. After that, he just kept climbing. He talks about his career and who he thinks could make the same journey with Stephen Strom.
Bob Wischusen walks through his career and who made it possible whether it is past bosses, current partners, or anyone else.
Carl Dukes went from DJing clubs to holding every job there is in a radio building. Now he is dominating 92.9 The Game in Atlanta. Check out his conversation with Stephen Strom.
Fresh off of his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame, Tim Kurkjian joins Stephen Strom to talk about his love for the sport and his appreciation of his place in it.
Linda Cohn has lived her dream for the last 30 years at ESPN. She tells Stephen Strom about the ups and downs, the moment she thought she was being let go and the advice that calmed her down before going on live TV.
John Jastremski talks about his move from WFAN to The Ringer, his time folding shirts at the NBA Store, why a good broadcaster treats 1 AM the same as 3 PM.
Jorge Sedano joins Stephen to talk about his relationship with Hank Goldberg, how he made Greg Popovich smile, and his infamous interview with Dennis Rodman.
Steve Balmer told Noah Eagle he wanted the broadcaster to be "hardcore". What did that mean to Noah and what has it done for him?
Danny Parkins of 670 The Score joins the show this week to talk about his passionate defense of Chicago, why the station still matters after 30 years, and so much more.
Stugotz and Stephen talk about the struggles every young broadcaster has to endure, how snow and a traffic jam made Stu reconsider South Florida, and the lasting influence of Mike & the Mad Dog.
Doug Gottlieb is the first guest on the Sports Talkers Podcast. He tells Stephen Strom why "yes" should be every broadcaster's favorite word.
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