The Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcastactive
Media Type |
audio
Categories Via RSS |
News
Sports
Sports News
Andrew Marchand, senior sports media columnist for the New York Post and John Ourand, a writer at Sports Business Journal have teamed up for a new weekly podcast about sports media. They will cover and discuss the business beyond the buzzer: the hottest headlines, best/worst of the week, network deals, ratings, trends - everything you need to know inside sports media, with the most informed guys in sports media, brought to you by New York Post and Sports Business Journal.  

New episodes every Wednesday.
Country Of Origin |
USA
Produced In |
Washington, DC / 
NY
Premiere Date |
2021-09-24
Frequency |
Weekly
Explicit |
No

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45 Available Episodes (45 Total)Average duration: 00:46:16
Aug 03 | 00:43:35
Episode 44: Barkley stays, Peacock falls and DirecTV makes a move
Jul 27 | 01:02:55
Episode 43: LIV Golf, NFL streaming and The Big Get David Hill
Jul 20 | 00:39:36
Episode 42: How the NFL Sunday Ticket deal could change the game
Jul 13 | 00:38:19
Episode 41: Big Ten & UEFA Rights Deals and Matthew Berry’s Destination
Jul 06 | 00:45:44
Episode 40: Implications of USC & UCLA to the Big Ten and what it means for the future of college football on TV
Jun 29 | 00:44:54
Episode 39: Formula 1, NBA and LIV Golf talk with Guest Host David Levy
Jun 22 | 00:56:23
Episode 38: What Apple's MLS deal could mean for the NBA & Amazon's new hire Ryan Fitzpatrick joins the pod
Jun 15 | 00:58:34
Episode 37: Apple big soccer deal, Turner Sports’ new leader and The Big Get Chris Solomon of No Laying Up
Jun 08 | 00:57:47
Episode 36: LIV Golf’s, Big Ten’s rights and The Big Get C.J. McCollum
Jun 01 | 00:39:05
Episode 35: Making sense of the Big Ten, Pac-12 and MLS Rights Deals
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