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Writer and Reporter — Sports Illustrated

Writer/Reporter for Sports Illustrated and @sinow; adjunct at @columbiajourn, alum of @UMKnightWallace; fan of Ann Arbor, Buffalo and New York. Father of twins.

NFL draft coverage, ESPN vs. Fox Sports 1, more

NFL draft coverage, ESPN vs. Fox Sports 1, more
si.com — Welcome to the SI Media Mailbag. Writing a Mailbag-as egocentric as it is-is a fun exercise. So thanks for tweeting these questions. Will Curt Schilling work again? - Jason Reynolds Absolutely. I'll guess he'll do it for a SiriusXM-type of place, focusing on a mix of sports and politics.

Chicago Tribune sports reporter Chris Hine

Chicago Tribune sports reporter Chris Hine
si.com — NHL Add Favorite Favorite Added Welcome to episode No. 55 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch. In this podcast, which is published weekly, Deitsch interviews members of the sports media about their work and interesting people about the sports media.

NFL draft television coverage behind the scenes

NFL draft television coverage behind the scenes
si.com — Inside ESPN's NFL draft production truck in Chicago's Grant Park on Thursday night, sitting about 10 feet from Seth Markman, the executive in charge of ESPN's draft coverage, and Greg Jewell, who produces Adam Schefter and Suzy Kolber during the draft, ESPN NFL news editor Jim Carr came across what he called "the most bizarre story" he's ever dealt in his 25 years of working the NFL draft.

ESPN exec on The Undefeated, FiveThirtyEight, Grantland

ESPN exec on The Undefeated, FiveThirtyEight, Grantland
si.com — Her is top business executive for FiveThirtyEight, ESPN Films, as well as ESPN's upcoming site on sports and race, The Undefeated (which launches May 17).

SI Media Podcast:

SI Media Podcast:
si.com — More Sports Add Favorite Favorite Added Welcome to episode No. 54 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch. In this podcast, which is published weekly, Deitsch interviews members of the sports media about their work and interesting people about the sports media.

Skip Bayless leaving ESPN, reportedly for Fox Sports 1

Skip Bayless leaving ESPN, reportedly for Fox Sports 1
si.com — Get all of Richard Deitsch's columns as soon as they're published. Download the new Sports Illustrated app (iOS or Android) and personalize your experience by following your favorite teams and SI writers. Skip Bayless personified the worst of ESPN, from the network's pathological need for self-aggrandizement to its penchant for disagreement as theater.

SI Media Podcast: Featuring ESPN MLB analyst Jessica Mendoza

SI Media Podcast: Featuring ESPN MLB analyst Jessica Mendoza
si.com — MLB Add Favorite Favorite Added Welcome to episode No. 52 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch. In this podcast, which is published weekly, Deitsch interviews members of the sports media about their work and interesting people about the sports media.

For Mike Tirico, move to NBC should mean big money-and big opportunities

For Mike Tirico, move to NBC should mean big money-and big opportunities
si.com — Mike Tirico joined ESPN in 1991, a 24-year-old Syracuse University graduate who immediately established himself in Bristol, Conn., as a star on the rise. During his 25 years at ESPN, Tirico developed into one of the most versatile voices in sports broadcasting, morphing easily from college basketball to golf to the NBA.

Detailing ESPN and NFL Network’s coverage plans

Detailing ESPN and NFL Network’s coverage plans
si.com — Get all of Richard Deitsch's columns as soon as they're published. Download the new Sports Illustrated app (iOS or Android) and personalize your experience by following your favorite teams and SI writers. ESPN senior coordinating producer Seth Markman knew halfway through the first round of last year's NFL draft that analyst Louis Riddick would be getting a major promotion in 2016.

Curt Schilling terminated by ESPN as broadcaster

Curt Schilling terminated by ESPN as broadcaster
si.com — A couple of years ago, when ESPN2's unctuous chat show, , was finding itself in hot water on a weekly basis, a high-ranking ESPN official told me it was becoming too big a headache for the company and something needed to be done.
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May 05, 2016

Thx to @AlexiLalas for invite. Enjoyed talking to him about FS1 & authenticity v. inauthenticity re Baylessian talk. httptwitter.com/AlexiLalas/sta…

May 05, 2016

RT @lukewinn: A bombshell allegation, buried in a court order re: Penn State's insurer twitter.com/pennlive/statu…

May 05, 2016

RT @recordsANDradio: tbt- Rovell tweeting about playboy parties... I don't know what else to say. pic.twitter.com/Ds0BxhUPdz

May 05, 2016

Taped an 80-minute podcast w. @adnanESPN today on being a Muslim, navigating ESPN, Schilling, PR, TV agents and much more . Out tomorrow.

May 05, 2016

RT @AmyTrask: Read that Freeze is shocked Tunsil admitted taking benefits. So, lemme get this right: he was shocked he admitted it not that he took them?

May 05, 2016

RT @AndrewMarchand: The Yankees are waiting to see what team doctor, Dr. Chris Ahmad, thinks about A-Rod's hamstring. Of course, A-Rod once sued Dr. Ahmad.

May 05, 2016

@bkoo If a legit outlet emails Qs, I think they should answer. Same answer I'd give for Fox, ESPN, NBC, NYT or any org.


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