Episode 324 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features two interviews. First up is Mike Tirico from NBC Sports. Tirico talks about still having a heavy workload through the pandemic, how hard it is to call blowouts, the NFL blocking him from calling "Thursday Night Football" when he left ESPN, succeeding Al Michaels on "Sunday Night Football" and his relationship with Al, whether NFL play-by-play broadcasters are too easy on referees and much more.
Kornacki discusses his appearance on NBC's "Football Night in America," where he broke down the NFL playoff picture, how much prep he had to do for the gig, the most difficult part of working Election Night, whether sports or politics is more tribal, whether he owns a pair of jeans and if he has a rivalry with John King.
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Episode 360 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features a pair of interviews.
First up is "Sports Business Journal" reporter John Ourand. Ourand talks about the fallout from the Jon Gruden email controversy and ESPN's Adam Schefter's journalistic ethics getting...
Episode 359 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with the NFL Network's, Kyle Brandt.
The "Good Morning Football" host talks about auditioning with Peyton and Eli Manning for the host role on their alternate "Monday Night Football" telecast, why...
Episode 358 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with ESPN's Stephen A. Smith.
The "First Take" host talks about why he felt like this was the time to remove Max Kellerman from the show, all that went into the decision and whether Kellerman agreed...