Episode 361 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features a pair of interviews.
First up is Steve Levy from ESPN. Levy talks about how his second season calling "Monday Night Football" is going, how he feels about the Peyton and Eli Manning alternate "Monday Night Football" telecast, the challenges of a three-person booth, the impact that fans in the stands have on a broadcast and much more. Levy also discusses ESPN getting back in the NHL game and his role on hockey coverage this season. Levy also reminisces about his famous "SportsCenter" slip up, his favorite "SportsCenter moments and his days working at WFAN.
Following Levy, Jeff Carlin from "Curb Your Enthusiasm" joins the podcast. Garlin talks about the new season of the HBO comedy, which actor breaks the most when filming, whether "Curb" could work anywhere but HBO, why the show isn't going to do much on Covid, how much of a scene is on the outline the actors get, his favorite "Curb" season and much more.
The podcast closes with the weekly Traina Thoughts segment. This week, Jimmy and Sal Licata from WFAN and SNY talk about why this is the best time of year for a sports fan, the Yankees retaining Aaron Boone, whether "Curb" should do shows about Covid and more.
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