Our final interview from the Blogs with Balls 4 conference last Saturday is with Mike Hall from NESN…
If you saw our video with Richard Deitsch, you noticed the appearance of an unwelcome visitor to our shot. It wasn’t the first time that happened. Here’s what happened during our talk with Mike Hall…
Next up from our videos at Blogs with Balls 4 is our talk with Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated…
In the second video from the Blogs with Balls 4 conference I am joined by my podcast partner Ken Fang of Fang’s Bites.
I had the opportunity to attend the Blogs with Balls 4 conference this past Saturday in New York City. I’ll have a complete wrap-up of the event during tonight’s Sports Media Weekly Podcast with Ken Fang of Fang’s Bites.
I also had a chance to conduct a few interviews with some of those at the conference. Here is the first one…a talk with Chris Lucas of HHR Media, the organizers of the event..
What a great way to end the year than with a Sports Media Journal original video.
I have always claimed that the sports media realm exists beyond television, radio, print, and the Internet. That’s the case today as I speak with Brian Fox, a Massachusetts-based sports artist who has done well for himself producing pieces for such clients as Major League Baseball and Topps. He was also commissioned to produce artwork for this Friday’s NHL Winter Classic at Fenway Park.
Here is Brian’s story. You can view more of Brian’s work at Brian Fox Studios.
One of the opportunities the Communications staff at ESPN afforded reporters during last week’s media workshop was the ability to shadow a production assistant.
There are dozens of production assistants working on various segments for either SportsCenter or other studio programs.
I had the opportunity to shadow David Dreyfuss. David has worked at ESPN as a P.A. for over six years. This night he was working on a segment for Baseball Tonight. Our conversation took place at approximately 9:35pm and he was working on deadline for the 10:00pm edition of the show.
At the end of the ESPN Media Workshop this week I had the chance to interview Hannah Storm, anchor of the daily 9am to 12pm edition of SportsCenter.
In the interview Storm discusses her first year, her relationship with Josh Elliot, and the integration of social media in sports coverage…