We have a pair of happy Boston Red Sox fans hosting this week’s Sports Media Weekly program.
We lead-off the show with a final look back at the World Series and Fox’ claim of higher ratings when, in fact, the viewership numbers are actually still on the decline.
Richard chimes in with a local New York sports media item in the announcement that the New York Mets next year will be calling WOR-AM it’s radio flagship home after a long stint on WFAN.
We return to Richard’s article with James Andrew Miller from a week or so ago on the 10th Anniversary of the NFL Network and the league’s attempt to sell a portion of the network’s stake to ESPN. Richard adds some context and other insights to the piece.
We wrap the news segment by looking at how NBC is looking forward to a profitable Winter Olympic Games this February from Sochi after losing money at the Vancouver Games in 2010.
The second half of the show features Ken speaking with Trenni Kusnierek. You may remember Trenni from her years at the MLB Network. Ken talks with her about her expereinces there and her new role at Comcast SportsNet New England.