Episode 345 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features two guests.
First up is "New York Post" sports media columnist, Andrew Marchand. Topics covered with Marchand include Marv Albert's upcoming retirement and who will replace him as TNT's lead NBA play-by-play broadcaster, what happened with TNT and Chris Webber, highlights of the 2021 NFL schedule, whether Tom Brady vs. the Patriots on "Sunday Night Football" in Week 4 will set a ratings record, what the merger between Time Warner and Discovery means for sports fans, ESPN's six-part documentary on Derek Jeter and much more.
Following Eisen, CNN TV analyst and executive producer of "The Story Late Night" docuseries, Bill Carter joins the podcast to talk about the six-part show currently airing on CNN. Carter sheds light on the Jay Leno-David Letterman battle, the Johnny Carson-Joan Rivers feud, the changes in late night over the years and much more.
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