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The Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch is a weekly show that features interviews with members of the sports media about their work, as well as roundtables with sports media reporters about television, digital, audio/radio, print, and other forms of media. You can read Richard’s work at The Athletic and hear his words at Sportsnet 590 The Fan in Toronto.

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The Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch is a weekly show that features interviews with members of the sports media about their work, as well as roundtables with sports media reporters about television, digital, audio/radio, print, and other forms of media. You can read Richard’s work at The Athletic and hear his words at Sportsnet 590 The Fan in Toronto.

    The Athletic’s Rhiannon Walker, ESPN’s Mike Reiss and Josh Tolentino of The Athletic

    The Athletic’s Rhiannon Walker, ESPN’s Mike Reiss and Josh Tolentino of The Athletic

    Episode 105 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features three guests. First up is Rhiannon Walker, who covers the Washington football team for The Athletic. She is followed by Mike Reiss, an NFL Nation reporter for ESPN who reports on the Patriots for all ESPN platforms. He is followed by Josh Tolentino, who covers the Tampa Bay Rays for The Athletic.
    In this podcast, Walker discusses the challenges of covering the NFL during a pandemic and the unknown heading forward; how she has personally processed the last month in America; the racism and sexism she has experienced on social media platforms and in the business; how she feels about the future of the sports media business as someone in her 20s; what she he hopes to be doing 5-10 years; the Washington Post calling for the end of the name ‘Redskins’ and how much of a story that will be heading forward, and more. Reiss discusses what the addition of  Cam Newton means for the Patriots media beat; how the absence of Tom Brady changes the tenor of the Patriots locker room; covering the Patriots amid a pandemic; the prospect of player activism in New England and more. Tolentino discusses covering the Rays and the challenge of covering MLB amid COVID-19; living and working in Florida; his post on June 25 about a racist couple yelling out “Kung Flu” and telling him to “go back to China;” facing anti-Asian xenophobia during his life; why he believes in the future of beat writing and more.
    You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher and more.

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    Michael Lee, senior NBA writer for The Athletic and Washington Post writer Robert Klemko

    Michael Lee, senior NBA writer for The Athletic and Washington Post writer Robert Klemko

    Episode 104 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features two guests. First up is Michael Lee, a senior NBA writer for The Athletic. He is followed by Washington Post writer Robert Klemko, an investigative reporter in the Sports department who has been assigned to news during COVID-19.
    In this podcast, Lee discusses how he has processed the last three weeks in America; the nexus of sports and race in 2020 and what it says about the moment; the NBA’s return-to-play plan and whether it can work; how the game might be covered and which writers will be inside the bubble; would we cover the sport inside the bubble; how much NBA activism will ESPN and TNT show; the NBA reporting ecosystem. Klemko discusses moving from Sports to News during the COVID-19 pandemic; covering politics versus sports; covering the Donald Trump rally in Tulsa; interviewing people around the country and how they react to him when he identifies as a writer from The Washington Post; his social mentions, being called the n-word, and threats against his family; the NFL player activism coming and Jerry Jones’s role; how the NFL networks will cover football this year, and more.
    You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher and more.

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    J.A. Adande, the Director of Sports Journalism and the Medill School at Northwestern University and The Athletic's NASCAR writer Jeff Gluck.

    J.A. Adande, the Director of Sports Journalism and the Medill School at Northwestern University and The Athletic's NASCAR writer Jeff Gluck.

    Episode 103 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features two guests. First up is J.A. Adande, the Director of Sports Journalism and the Medill School at Northwestern University and a longtime ESPN staffer. He is followed by The Athletic NASCAR writer Jeff Gluck.
    In this podcast, Adande discusses how he has processed the last two weeks in America; the nexus of sports and social justice and sports and race and why you must cover these issues even knowing that some consumers of your product are not going to be happy if you do; what his students at Northwestern are saying about sports journalism; his optimism for sports journalism given this moment in America; the growing power of college athletes; the discussion among NBA players regarding the league’s return-to-play plan; and much more.
    Gluck, who has been traveling on the NASCAR beat since 2007, discusses NASCAR’s decision to prohibit the display of the Confederate flag from all NASCAR events and properties; how he anticipates this will be covered heading forward; the role of the networks that air NASCAR in the decision; whether this will have an impact on viewership or attendance and more.
    You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher and more.

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    Lisa Wilson of The Athletic, ESPN’s Michael Eaves, Rana Cash of Savannah Morning News and Sportsnet’s (Canada) Donnovan Bennett

    Lisa Wilson of The Athletic, ESPN’s Michael Eaves, Rana Cash of Savannah Morning News and Sportsnet’s (Canada) Donnovan Bennett

    Episode 102 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features a conversation with four guests. First up is Lisa Wilson, the NFL editor for The Athletic and a former sports editor for The Buffalo News. She is followed by ESPN SportsCenter anchor Michael Eaves. He is followed by Rana Cash, the executive editor of the Savannah Morning News who was just recently the sports editor at the Louisville Courier-Journal. She is followed by Donnovan Bennett, a host, podcaster and writer for Sportsnet in Canada (where I work as well in addition to The Athletic).
    In this podcast, Wilson discusses how she is processing what she has watched this week in the United States following the death of George Floyd; serving as the nation's only black female sports editor at a major metropolitan daily when she worked at The Buffalo News; howshe would evaluate sports media in 2020 on issues of race, institutional racism and hiring practices; how the pipeline of hiring needs to change regarding sports media staffers of color; the impact of athletes speaking out right now in America, and more. 
    Eaves discusses how he is processing what he is seeing in the United States right now; his experiences growing up black in Kentucky; how he views the sports media business at large on issues of race and institutional racism; the conversations he is having with his colleagues at the National Association of Black Journalists; how much freedom ESPN affords him professionally right now on social media to discuss and express issues involving race; how he views athletes speaking out right now and more. 
    Cash discusses how she is processing what she is seeing in the United States right now; her experience growing up in Sanford, Florida; being the nation’s only African-American female sports editor at a major metropolitan daily; how the hiring pipeline in sports media can change; Lisa Wilson's influence on Cash; working in the city of Louisville right now; athletes speaking out and not speaking out; the words of Drew Brees; what she wants to do heading forward in journalism at the Savannah Morning News, and more. 
    The podcasts concludes with Bennett on how he is processing what he is seeing in the United States and Canada right now; his experience growing up Black-Canadian in Toronto; why Canadians may want to frame this as an American issue but the reality of racial injustices in Canada; his piece on a particularly difficult month to be black in North America, the role of white athletes speaking up; whether sports has a role to play in bridging the racial divide in North America and much more. 
    You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher and more.

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    John Ourand of the Sports Business Daily and The Athletic’s Katie Strang

    John Ourand of the Sports Business Daily and The Athletic’s Katie Strang

    Episode 101 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features a conversation with two guests. First up is Sports Business Daily media writer John Ourand. He is followed by The Athletic senior NHL writer and investigative reporter Katie Strang. In this podcast, Ourand discusses the potential for the most crowded pro sports schedule in history and what that means for networks that air games; whether networks or leagues will work with each other to change schedules; how network officials are approaching college football; whether the era of remote broadcasts is here for good; John’s reporting on future Turner Sports exhibitions with Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson; whether any sport such as NASCAR will get sustained growth off the increasing viewership during the pandemic; how sports outlets will approach social media during the lead-up to the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election, and more. Strang discusses the NHL’s return to play plan; what she expects regarding media access; whether she would work inside an NHL hub city or bubble; how the pandemic might impact long-term media coverage; her reporting on alleged sexual abuse in junior hockey and how the bodies that monitor youth hockey have handed allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse, and more. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher and more.

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    ESPN analyst Booger McFarland and Fox NASCAR producer Barry Landis

    ESPN analyst Booger McFarland and Fox NASCAR producer Barry Landis

    Episode 100 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features a conversation with two guests. First up is ESPN NFL and college football analyst Booger McFarland, who spent the past two years as one of the analysts on Monday Night Football. He is followed by Barry Landis, the lead race producer for FOX’s NASCAR coverage and a producer on that network’s NFL coverage. 
    In this podcast, McFarland discusses his time as an analyst on Monday Night Football; how he learned he would not return; how he viewed that decision; whether he advocated for one additional year; how he felt about Joe Tessitore also being re-assigned; the criticism the broadcast booth received; what he learned most from the experience; calls he wish he had back; what he hopes to do heading forward in broadcasting; what he thinks of college football attempting to play in 2020; what playing in Tampa Bay will be like for Tom Brady, and much more.  
    Landis discusses the challenges of producing NASCAR during a pandemic; the most challenging thing he faced producing the Darlington races; how he approaches relationships with his analysts; the decision-making process of how to discuss COVID-19 and mask-wearing during racing; the switch from Darrell Waltrip to Jeff Gordon; how he compares producing NASCAR to the NFL and much more. 
    You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher and more.

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