SBD/September 18, 2017/Research and Ratings
Overnight Ratings: Fox Leads All College Football Telecasts With Texas-USC Thriller
By Josh Carpenter, Assistant Editor
Fox led all college football broadcasts on the weekend with a 3.5 overnight rating for USC's double-OT win over Texas on Saturday night. While leading all CFB broadcasts this weekend, the number is down 8% from a 3.8 overnight for the comparable Ohio State-Oklahoma game in '16, which drew ...
SBD/September 8, 2017/NFL Season Preview
Talking The Talk: Steve Smith Discusses New Studio Broadcast Role With NFL Network
By Josh Carpenter, Assistant Editor
Published September 8, 2017
Steve Smith Sr. is taking a different approach to preparing for this football season than he has for the last 25 years. The former Panthers star is making the transition full-time to the studio in ’17 as part of NFL Network’s team, working on “NFL GameDay Morning” e...
: Jim Rikhoff: "NFL on CBS" Lead Producer: New Jersey: Roxbury, Conn.: I try to hone in on what I need to improve upon the most, whether it’s communication, replays or working with talent. This year has been a little different because we have a new analyst in, which has been really fun and challenging. : It’s a vocational business. I always tell my son to re-evaluate where you’re at. Are you happy or are you challenged? Is this the right fit for what you want to do? Constantly check yourself.
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