"It was a show. He would get up out of his seat, he would talk about his throwing motion, running plays with imaginary receivers."
“Anyone on radio can talk about sports. What you get to share there is who you are, what you think, what matters to you."
"Why would you talk about politics on your sports show? Now people could say 'Hey this is more important. This is more important than sports'."
"I think we can at times become married to these outdated things that makes us think that we are actually operating things the right way".
Steve Ceruti knows a thing or two about radio. He worked with Ryen Russillo at ESPN Radio. So, how is life different now that the two...
"Bill Simmons didn't let the discussion go any further."
"A total of 72 podcasts were presented for voting consideration in the Original Sports Podcasts category. Executives also had the opportunity (if they wished) to add other...
He went on to blame "the irresponsibility of media and social media."
“There is an intimacy in the relationship you develop with your audience in radio that is unlike anything I’ve found in any other medium.”
"Even though by volume there’s an equality, there is a disproportion of meaning and memorability to those stories.”