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

Hang Up and Listen on the NBA playoffs, a new NFL rule, and world soccer’s dictatorship.

slate.com — Listen to Hang Up and Listen with Richard Deitsch, Stefan Fatsis, and Mike Pesca by clicking the arrow on the audio player below: Subscribe in iTunes ∙ RSS feed ∙ Download ∙ Play in Another Tab Become a fan of Hang Up and Listen and join the discussion of this episode on Facebook here: In this...

Fox Sports president discusses Bill Simmons, U.S. Open broadcast, more

si.com — At a midtown Manhattan coffee shop last Tuesday morning, four blocks north of the mighty News Corporation headquarters, I sat down with a sports television and digital executive who could be a serious contender for the services of Bill Simmons. This executive has the money, the bandwidth, and the incentive to take on ESPN.

2015 FIFA Women's World Cup: A complete look at FOX's coverage

si.com — Ultimately, FOX Sports will be judged on the quality of its Women's World Cup presentation-and you have every right to be skeptical of FOX heading into the coverage-but they are off to a rousing start when it comes to tonnage.

Mark Jackson to call Warriors series for ESPN during NBA playoffs

Inside Charles Barkley choice to return to Inside the NBA

Bill Simmons will not appear again on ESPN platforms, including Grantland

si.com — There will be no farewell columns, podcasts or television appearances for Bill Simmons on ESPN. SI has learned that ESPN and Simmons have worked out an agreement that officially ends his tenure as a front-facing employee for ESPN.

Inside the NBA's Charles Barkley, Shaq, Kenny Smith, Ernie Johnson sign extensions

si.com — NBA The best studio show in sports television history will stay intact for the next couple of years. At its upfront event today at Madison Square Garden, Turner Sports will announce that Charles Barkley, Ernie Johnson, Shaquille O'Neal and Kenny Smith-the quartet that makes up TNT's Inside the NBA -have signed multi-year extensions with the company.

Richard Deitsch: The NBA media panel: a roundtable of voices around the league

ESPN president talks Bill Simmons, EPL rights, future of Grantland & more

si.com — NEW YORK - In a crowded hallway outside of a glitzy midtown Manhattan theater that earlier featured Jordin Sparks, Darrelle Revis and a handful of ESPN on-air talent presenting the brand's 2015-16 plans to the advertising community, ESPN president John Skipper spent much of his time talking about a staffer who was 3,000 miles away from the Minskoff Theatre: Bill Simmons.

Rachel Nichols, Adam Schefter on SI Sports Media Podcast

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May 27, 2015

.@SamBorden is also in Zurich re: FIFA and a must-follow for soccer fans.

May 27, 2015

@StephStradley @MichaelSSchmidt I cede to you here given your legal expertise. Media coverage of police activity always interesting.

May 27, 2015

RT @McCannSportsLaw: It's unlikely the FIFA leaders will be in a U.S. court anytime soon. Extraditions are complicated and can take years, sometimes many years.

May 27, 2015

@StephStradley @MichaelSSchmidt Depends on if I was a public figure, no? If CNN could go live to the arrest of say a Senator, they def. go.

May 27, 2015

RT @jcrutchmer: .@zagatam @richarddeitsch LeBron's dunk would have led any other day. It's on the PD back page Wednesday. pic.twitter.com/g832UXS0LI

May 27, 2015

@StephStradley @MichaelSSchmidt It's news -- and important news at that. I appreciate the updates.

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