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With the Qatar World Cup starting this week, I want to share an interview I did with Grant Wahl in January of 2022. Grant publishes his journalism at GrantWahl.substack.com. We talk about the state of American soccer - granted it's a conversation from early in 2022 - and some big picture stuff about the beautiful game, including the impact the game…
 
CESAR BRIOSO is a digital journalist for USA Today, and the author of two books on Cuban baseball, including the 2019 book “Last Seasons in Havana” and “Havana Hardball," published in 2015. In this conversation we talk about the history of Cuban baseball, its relationship to American baseball and MLB, and the lasting impact of Fidel Castro. It has …
 
SEAN CALLAHAN is the owner/publisher of Husker Online, which is now affiliated with On-3 Sports. Callahan also does local television, local radio and makes public appearances around the state. Among the questions posed: how did the state's media and fans get the Scott Frost thing so wrong? can we in the media learn some lessons from this Frost stor…
 
Alexi Lalas has held just about every job in American soccer, including national team player; he played in Serie A and MLS; he was an executive and now a television analyst for about a dozen years, first a ESPN and then Fox Sports. He's outspoken and warm and friendly. He's insightful and irreverent. It's all fair game with Alexi as we near the 202…
 
TROY CLARDY is a veteran PxP announcer based on the West Coast. He has worked in sports talk radio, live sports production. He is one of the few African American PxP voices working in the U.S. He talks about that, about hustling work in a busy and expensive market, and the process getting where he is and how he manages the work.…
 
JAKE BARTECKI AND CAELAN DEBBAN WORK AT RADIO AND TELEVISION OUTLETS FOR FLOOD COMMUNICATIONS IN NEBRASKA; BARTECKI AT KWBE IN BEATRICE, DEBBAN AT KUSO/US 92 IN NORFOLK. THEY BOTH COVER NEWS AND SPORTS FOR NEWS CHANNEL NEBRASKA. THEY TALK ABOUT THE IMPACT OF LOCAL RADIO, THE VALUE OF DOING TELEVISION AND THE PASSION THAT DRIVES THEM TO GET BETTER. …
 
Guy Harrison is Assistant Professor of Journalism and Electronic Media at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. His book On the Sidelines: Gendered Neoliberalism and the American Female Sportscaster was published in 2021 by the University of Nebraska Press. Harrison writes about the current state of women in sports broadcasting, the challenges and…
 
MIKE WOITALLA Has covered soccer for more than 35 years for Soccer America magazine. SHOW NOTES :40 World Cup in Qatar and the US in it and how it impacts MLS 4:00 US should have good showing in Qatar 5:45 Does world take US soccer more seriously? 13:40 Clubs around the world want a piece of the US market? 18:50 Who is driving the increase in socce…
 
DAVID BERRI Economics Professor, Southern Utah University July 2022 David Berri researches and writes about sports economics. In this conversation we break down the changing economics of college sports. Show Notes: 1:30 History of NIL 4:00 College athletes and why they choose schools (hint: it’s changing) 10:00 Will college athletes begin to collec…
 
STEVE SIPPLE worked at the Lincoln Journal Star for about 30 years, the last 15 as a columnist. His primary beat for much of that time is Huskers football. In June 2022 he left the Journal Star to work for On3, the newest of the sports sites dedicated to college athletics, mostly recruiting but not exclusively; the others are 247 Sports and Rivals.…
 
Adrian Martinez and Geoff Exstrom host the podcast Athletes Unfiltered. They are both recent graduates of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Geoff with a degree in Sports Media and Broadcasting and Adrian in Business. Martinez has since transferred to Kansas State to play his final year of football. They talk about their podcast, how it got starte…
 
Gary Sharp hosts the morning show with Damon Benning at 1620 the Zone in Omaha. He talks about the chemistry he has with his partner; also, the difference in planning and delivering an early morning show and a midday show. A little more pop culture in the morning and a little more sports in the middle of day.…
 
MARK FAINARU-WADA has been on the investigative team at ESPN for 15 years. He and his brother Steve Fainaru often collaborate and did so on a piece released April 14, 2022, “Brooklyn Nets owner Joe Tsai is the face of NBA’s uneasy China relationship.” John got Mark on the line within hours and recorded this conversation about the story, about the t…
 
DAVE RAYMOND enters his sixth season as the television play by play voice of the Ranges. He was the lead announcer of the Houston Astros for seven seasons. The Stanford grad and Nebraska native says it's great to be back after the lockout. He says baseball is taking on its challenges, such as its style of play, which has affected the pace of the ga…
 
KEVIN FRANDSEN in 2022 starts his first year as the TV analyst for the Washington Nationals, after two seasons as an analyst on Phillies radio broadcasts. Frandsen played for the Nats and says he thinks his time as a player in DC helped set the tone for his hiring. He thinks baseball should be concerned about its style of play, its TV blackout rule…
 
KEN KORACH has been the lead radio voice of the A’s for 17 years, and with the club overall for 27 years. DAVE RAYMOND is the lead TV announcer for the Texas Rangers, going into his sixth season. He spent seven years with the Houston Astros in the same capacity. KEVIN FRANDSEN is entering his first season as the TV analyst for the Washington Nation…
 
JB LONG has been the voice of the Rams since they returned to LA in 2016. He’s a Notre Dame grad who grew up in Northern California. The Rams won the Super Bowl in their home stadium in February 2022, an event Long says could be a once in a lifetime honor. Long says his role is as much about calling the games as it is helping the club grow a new ge…
 
Josh Planos is Director of Public Relations and Communications for the Better Business Bureau AND a freelance sports writer. He’s written for Sports Illustrated, Washington Post, and others. Most of his work now appears in the sports vertical of the Nate Silver founded site, Five Thirty Eight. He also does regular hits with CNN Philippines. He talk…
 
JEFF CARLISLE is a former software engineer who learned the craft of journalism along the way, and is now a Senior Writer covering soccer - mostly Major League Soccer and the national teams - for ESPN. He has seen MLS grow, as he says brick by brick. He has seen the interest in soccer grow in this country, but he says they still need to do a better…
 
BILL DOLEMAN He is working his fourth Olympic Games in 2022. By his own estimation Bill has done 30-40 different Olympic sports on television. He has worked in Houston and Denver. He has broadcast all the traditional American sports on regional and national television, and worked a number of sports and events in his native Nebraska. We spend a lot …
 
JOHN BISHOP and JOSH PETERSON have been co-hosting the afternoon radio show “Unsportsmanlike Conduct” at 1620 The Zone in Omaha since August 2014. They talk about the process of the show, the rough early patches, the entertainment value of what they do, and much more. This is a frank conversation about the show, its history and its hosts. Show Note…
 
JOHN BAYLOR has been the voice of the Nebraska volleyball team for nearly 30 years. He's a broadcaster, a teacher, and an entrepreneur. He is philosophical in this conversation about where we are in this country, and how sports and sports broadcasting fit. He has a unique broadcast style and a big picture view. A Stanford grad who wanted to be an a…
 
GRANT WAHL, who spent 25 years at Sports Illustrated, is now publishing his world-class soccer journalism at Substack. So, from one of the storied brands in American journalism to the new world. He shares his story with us on Watch the Media, including an inside look at the process of getting his work published at GrantWahl.com. He says soccer is '…
 
At the end of 2021, MIKE’L SEVERE left his job as co-host of the morning drive show on 1620 the Zone in Omaha. Severe has been on the media scene in Omaha for about 25 years, much of that time doing sports radio. He says it’s time for a new challenge. He talks about why he got out of radio, the media market, and much more.…
 
Dave Tepper is the Program Director and Operations Manager of Altitude Radio Sports in Denver. He is a former PD of 1620 The Zone in Omaha (2015-2018) where he worked with most of the management and talent who are still there. He talks about the business, its process, molding talent and much more in this conversation.…
 
The Oakland Athletics created a streaming audio network in 2019, and called it A’s Cast. They send all their programming, including live PxP to the stream while some of it still airs terrestrially. Chris Townsend is the founder, host and producer of the enterprise. Cody Elias is multimedia producer and editor. They both joined us in Fall 2021 to ta…
 
Danny Burke is the host of Rush Hour on VSiN, The Sports Betting Radio Network (5-6 p.m. CT) live from the Bet Rivers Sports Book at the Rivers Casino in suburban Chicago. He also does the Chicago CityCast podcast daily, as well as other media appearances in and around Chicago and nationally
 
Julian Rodriguez is a graduate of the UNL College of Journalism and Mass Communications. Ten years ago, he founded the Hispanic Media Initiative at UTA. He has one of the most prominent programs in the country dedicated to teaching students broadcast journalism in both Spanish and English, for both the Spanish- and English-language markets. He talk…
 
SPORTS MEDIA on Sport in American Culture. Observations from members of the sports media – columnists, reporters, broadcasters, academics – about how sports fits into American culture in 2021; within the context of the pandemic. Guests commenting on Sport in American Culture, in order: Dirk Chatelain, Omaha World Herald Steve Sipple, Lincoln Journa…
 
Members of the sports media from around the country – reporters, columnists, broadcasters and scholars - talk about their personal view of sports. Answering the simple: How has your personal view of sports change in the last year? There is by no means a consensus. Here are the contributors and where they appear: Dirk Chatelain, Omaha World Herald 1…
 
In this episode I assembled comments from more than two dozen people - among them reporters, columnists, broadcasters and media professors. They provide their observations on the 2020 football season - both college and professional; a season played in the throes of a pandemic, long before a vaccine was available. Their comments are personal and ill…
 
Watch the Media June 6, 2021 Sports Journalism after Osaka Withdraws from French Open Athletes and Sources: Access and Relationships with the Media J.A. Adande Professor Northwestern University, former ESPN, LA Times, Washington Post Malcolm Moran Professor IUPUI, Indianapolis, former New York Times, USA Today Tim Keown Senior Writer, ESPN [Tim has…
 
Maya Saenz has been with KMTV News for five years, coming to Omaha from Colorado. She is one of the few Latino or Latina news anchors and/or reporters in Nebraska. She shares her personal story; a young, multilingual, multicultural journalist from a mixed-documented family. She joined John and the students in a spring class titled Media Representat…
 
PABLO URQUIZA Head of Production / Executive Producer at FC Diez Media (IMG) for Conmebol Libertadores & Conmebol Sudamericana Pablo is a native of Buenos Aires, a graduate of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. He talks about the process of producing television and the value of students looking toward a career in international sports.…
 
Professor, Screenwriter, Producer, Show Runner JOSE SOTO Is a professor of television at Depaul University and a writer, producer and showrunner for television in the United States and Mexico. He has produced Big Brother for U.S. television, and numerous other programs in both the U.S. and Mexico. He talks about the differences and similarities in …
 
VICTOR ROJAS left his job as the lead TV announcer for the LA Angels of Anaheim to become President and General Manager of the Frisco Roughriders of the Double-A Central League. He’s the son of former big leaguer Cookie Rojas. He and his wife own an apparel company Big Fly, which was named after his signature home run call. Rojas says he’s been pre…
 
JEFF MOTZ Sports Director of KFOR Radio in Lincoln. He does morning sports reports, news reports and high school play by play. He is the 2020 Nebraska Sportscaster of the Year, an honor bestowed by the National Sports Media Association. A Lincoln native, he talks about working in his home town, reaching out to the listeners and the value of underst…
 
Marc J Spears is Senior NBA Writer for The Undefeated and ESPN. He says this is the most important work he’s done in his career, writing at the intersection of sports, race and culture. Spears has been covering the NBA since 1999, and now works at a place he calls the “Jackie Robinson of sports journalism.” He says they’re bringing light to things …
 
Brian Windhorst has covered the NBA and USA Basketball for ESPN since 2010. He started his career at the Akron Beacon Journal, then went to the Cleveland Plain Dealer. He covered LeBron James when LeBron was a high school student in Akron, about whom Windhorst has authored or co-authored four books. He gives us some insights into the multi-platform…
 
Danny Burke, a 2018 graduate of UNL’s CoJMC, is the host of Rush Hour, 6-7 pm Central Time on VSiN, the sports betting network. Burke is now based in his hometown of Chicago after spending more than a year in Las Vegas. He worked his way up from social media director, to producer to host. He also does some television work in Chicago on the local Fo…
 
ANDY KENDEIGH has been the Sports Director at KETV, Channel 7 since 2010. He leads a team of three sportscasters on the highest rated news show in Omaha. He says Huskers football is still the number one interest among the viewers; he says the pandemic forced us all to be adaptable, including television news; he talks about the process of doing his …
 
SEAN CALLAHAN s the publisher and owner of Husker Online, the Nebraska affiliate for Rivals.com. He is a graduate of the UNL College of Journalism and Mass Communications. He manages the day-to-day operations as does regular work at KETV, KFAB Radio and NET’s Big Reg Wrap-up. He talks about Scott Frost’s first three years at Nebraska; the immense i…
 
Gabriel is in his fourth year covering Husker football for the Journal Star. This Wisconsin native is the 2020 Nebraska Sports Writer of the Year. He talks about the process of covering sports, the immense interest in Huskers football, the value of local journalism, the competition he feels with the World Herald and the joy of being one of the luck…
 
An alum of UNL’s College of Journalism and Mass Communications, David Eickholt is in his third year as publisher and beat writer for HawkeyeInsider, the 247 Sports web site covering University of Iowa sports. He says he’s proud of the stories he’s broken. He’s one of the youngest people covering Iowa sports and he thinks he keeps the veterans on th…
 
STEVE PHYSIOC Enters his tenth season in 2021 as one of the radio & TV voices of the Kansas City Royals. He’s been a Major League Baseball announcer for about three decades, along the way announcing football and basketball as well. He is now a published novelist. His third book Walks with the Wind is out in February. He talks about the process of w…
 
OSCAR MONTERROSO CEO of Tico Productions in Kansas City. A veteran of Spanish-language media his company is now a full-service marketing and content production company. Tico Sports produces broadcasts for five NFL teams, including the Kansas City Chiefs. They also did a Spanish-language broadcast of Nebraska football in October 2019 and when the pa…
 
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