Episode 345 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features two interviews.
First up is Ryen Russillo of The Ringer. The podcast host talks about the fallout and regrets from his controversial podcast with Bill Simmons last year following protests that happened across America and why it was "a mistake." Russillo also discusses his decision to stick to sports, the differences and similarities between working for ESPN and The Ringer, why the Pandemic didn't affect his work life too much, whether he ever gets tired of podcasting, whether this will be a joyless season if the Nets win the NBA title and much more.
Following Ourand, Brian Baumgartner, who played Kevin Malone on "The Office." Baumgartner talks about hosting "The Office Deep Dive Podcast," what kind of Dunder Mifflin swag he has, the anniversary of his famous chili scene and how he feels about outlets editing out scenes from "The Office" Baumgartner, who is good friends with Aaron Rodgers, who also shares his insight on the Packers quarterback being unhappy with the team.
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