Best Somedia podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Cleveland Graphic Design, Website Design & Development, Thought Leadership & Inspiration
 
San Antonio's award winning sketch comedy troupe touch your topics inappropriately with their live and at-home comedy podcast!
 
A critical look at new technologies, new approaches and new ways of thinking, from politics to media to environmental sustainability.
 
Welcome to the SI Media Podcast with Jimmy Traina. This podcast, which will be published weekly, will focus on all things sports media via interviews and roundtable discussions. Occasionally, an athlete or celebrity will drop by for a chat as well.
 
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The future of diplomacy: Backroom manoeuvrings are giving way to public forums. And carefully laid plans can come unstuck with a single tweet.
 
Episode 186 of the SI Media Podcast features two interviews. The show gets started with the manager of the first-place Philadelphia Phillies, Gabe Kapler. Kapler discusses how working in the media at FOX Sports/FS1 has helped him deal with the media during his first year as a manager. He also talks whether the Philly media has been what he’s ex ...…
 
Diplomacy is often viewed as a way of smoothing the friction points between states, but international relations are becoming increasingly assertive and highly personal.
 
Episode 185 features an interview with ESPN legend, Chris Berman. Berman talks about how his first season in 31 years without hosting "NFL Countdown" went, the legacy of "NFL Primetime," which he co-hosted with Tom Jackson, whether or not "Primetime" would work today, the various criticisms he's faced throughout his career, being told he can't ...…
 
Even those who campaign against the overuse of plastic, argue for a more nuanced understanding of its role in our lives. Future Tense looks at these nuances.
 
Episode 184 of the SI Media Podcast features an interview with legendary wrestling manager, promoter, booker, announcer and all-around character, Jim Cornette. The man who pulls no punches whatsoever was in the WWE from 1993 to 2005 and sheds light on what it was like to work for Vince McMahon. He also discusses the issues he has with pro wrest ...…
 
The advantages of going cashless are many and well known. But in the race to a completely cashless future, what do we put at risk and who benefits most?
 
Episode 183 of the SI Media Podcast features an interview with author, podcast host and ESPN historian, Jim Miller. Miller discusses whether ESPN is still trying to fight the narrative that it has been harmed by politics, why the NFL-ESPN relationship is the much bigger and more important story and what the network should do about “Get Up.” Mil ...…
 
Interesting alternatives to current burial practices include freeze-drying and shattering a corpse; and dissolving bodies in purpose-built alkaline washing-machines.
 
Episode 182 of the SI Media Podcast features BetTheBoardPodcast.com co-founder, former oddsmaker at Las Vegas’ Caesars Palace and co-host of SI TV’s, “The Line,” Todd Fuhrman. Fuhrman explains how World Cup soccer betting lines work, what kind of action the World Cup is getting in the gambling world, what the Golden Knights did to sports books ...…
 
Let's look at the virtue of sharing: How could sharing shape our future, and what do we stand to lose if we refuse to share?
 
Episode 181 of the SI Media Podcast features Sports Illustrated senior writer Lee Jenkins, followed by New York Post media reporter, Andrew Marchand. Jenkins discusses the cover story he wrote for SI this week on Kevin Durant and shares insight into Durant’s unique personality. Jenkins, who broke the story of LeBron James returning to Cleveland ...…
 
Could a fixation with metrics distract and divert us from the real work at hand? And how bad is the Dark Web - really?
 
Episode 180 of the SI Media Podcast features a roundtable discussion on stories in the news with “Sports Business Journal” assistant managing editor,Austin Karp and “Sporting News” media reporter, Michael McCarthy. Topics include what ABC/ESPN wants for the NBA Finals next season, how the latest round of national anthem controversy will impact ...…
 
"Good enough" solutions are damaging our ability to solve the major global problems of the world. And blockchain is revolutionising digital art.
 
Episode 179 of the SI Media Podcast features a wide-ranging interview with ESPN business reporter and Twitter lightning rod, Darren Rovell. Rovell shares his thoughts on the insane Bryan Colangelo “Twitter burner accounts” story, explains exactly how he goes about his job at ESPN, talks about the business of the NBA Finals, the legalization of ...…
 
In Canada, Google is set to re-develop and manage a large area of downtown Toronto. In China, the Communist Party government has been running trials on a personal rating scheme for all Chinese citizens.
 
Episode 178 of the SI Media Podcast features an interview with the voice of the New York Yankees, John Sterling. The longtime radio broadcaster talks about never missing a game since getting the job in 1989, his philosophy for calling a game, his daily routine, how he preps for a game, his vocal critics, his famous home run calls and much more. ...…
 
Clive Hamilton says that the Communist Party leadership in Beijing has begun to subtly, and not so subtly, influence the political and social affairs of democratic nations.
 
Episode 177 of the SI Media Podcast examines the implications of the recent Supreme Court decision that ruled sports betting is legal. ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt discusses how this will change the media’s coverage of gambling and explains how this will impact sports teams. Brent Musburger, of SiriusXM’s VSiN Live, also joins the show to talk about V ...…
 
Many believe that the future of activism relies on quiet persistence, targeted political involvement and an attitude that refuses to “look away”.
 
Episode 176 of the SI Media Podcast features an interview with J.E. Skeets and Tas Melas of “The Starters” on NBA TV and a conversation with NBA Twitter personality, Rob Perez, aka @World_Wide_Wob. Skeets and Tas discuss how they landed on NBA TV after building a loyal Internet audience thanks to being old-school bloggers and podcasters. The gu ...…
 
Nature Based Solutions is an environmental approach that seeks to counter the negative effects of climate change by working with nature.
 
Episode 175 of the SI Media Podcast features an interview with SiriusXM radio host, Chris "Mad Dog" Russo. The Doggie talks at length about his former partner, Mike Francesa, ending his retirement after four months to return to New York's WFAN and all the surrounding drama. Russo has strong words for many of the players, including Bart Scott an ...…
 
Are rituals still needed in a world mediated through digital devices?
 
Episode 174 of the SI Media Podcast features an interview with TNT NBA play-by-play man Kevin Harlan and a roundtable with media reporters Andrew Marchand of the “New York Post” and Neil Best of “Newsday” to discuss the big news of Mike Francesca’s expected return to WFAN. Harlan talks about the differences between doing TV and radio, his favor ...…
 
We look at the political manoeuvrings of the major manufacturers, emerging competition from new players, and efforts to make the industry climate friendly.
 
Episode 173 of the SI Media Podcast features interviews with New York Post media reporter Andrew Marchand and the NFL Network’s Rich Eisen. Marchand weighs in on the latest sports media news, including Brett Favre’s tryout for “Monday Night Football,” the rough ratings start for ESPN’s “Get Up,” A-Rod’s performance in the booth, the Michael Kay ...…
 
Are the systems we’ve developed to enhance our lives now impairing our ability to distinguish between reality and falsity?
 
Episode 172 of the SI Media Podcast features interviews with ESPN NBA analyst Jeff Van Gundy and “Something To Wrestle With” podcast co-host, Conrad Thompson. Van Gundy talks about LeBron James’ incredible season, the upcoming playoffs, players whining too much, working with Marv Albert and Mike Breen, why he got too much criticism for a Rihann ...…
 
How do you correctly interpret a site that was initially unearthed so long ago? Modern archaeology provides new tools to chip away at the secret.
 
Episode 171 of the SI Media Podcast features interviews with Kevin Burkhardt of FOX Sports and the WWE’s Roman Reigns, who will be in the main event of WrestleMania on April 8. Burkhardt discusses how he used to do play-by-play of Nintendo games as a kid and the path he took to get to FOX. In addition to sharing advice for young people trying t ...…
 
Green innovation comes in many forms. And promising project don't have to be big, they only have to make a start.
 
Episode 170 of the SI Media Podcast features a roundtable discussion with media reporters Andrew Marchand of the New York Post and Chad Finn of the Boston Globe. Among the many news stories covered: What will FOX do for a Thursday Night Football analyst now that Peyton Manning has turned down the gig? Why did Peyton decline FOX’s offer? We also ...…
 
News organisations are struggling to engage with online readers and even “digital first” darlings, like Vice and Buzzfeed, are now losing profit and shedding staff.
 
Episode 169 of the SI Media Podcast, ESPN historian, author and podcast host, James Andrew Miller discusses his much-talked about interview with former ESPN President John Skipper, who revealed that his departure from the company stemmed from a cocaine extortion plot. Miller discusses why Skipper and Disney did not handle the situation differen ...…
 
What will future cities look like? How will they function and—importantly—how do we keep them focussed on human need?
 
What needs to change in order to restore the alliance as an effective military force?
 
Episode 168 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features ESPN NFL analyst Louis Riddick. In this episode, Riddick addresses what separates a good NFL broadcaster versus an average one; how he has attempted to improve as a broadcaster; his candidness on issues and why too often former players pull punches on the air; how he navigates being a ...…
 
Has our contemporary embrace of disruption become a problem rather than a solution?
 
Episode 167 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features guests ESPN host and play by play announcer Adnan Virk and Big Ten Network lead host Dave Resvine. In this episode, Virk discusses the most well-known Canadians in American sports broadcasting; his passion for film and his work as an Oscars red carpet host and interviewer; working in ...…
 
And how will Australian aid shape the future of the Pacific?
 
Episode 166 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features ESPN host Cari Champion, the new host of SportsNation and the “Be Honest” podcast. In this episode, Champion discusses her interview with LeBron James and Kevin Durant for her “Rolling with the Champion” series; James’s comments on President Donald Trump; Champion’s reaction to Fox Ne ...…
 
Episode 165 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features a sports media roundtable with Sports Business Daily media writer John Ourand and USA Today staff writer A.J. Perez. In this podcast, the panel discusses NBC’s coverage of the Pyeongchang Games; how to evaluate that primetime viewership is down six percent; whether NBC executives shou ...…
 
Future Tense looks at the rise of China as a mega-donor and efforts to improve global aid transparency and effectiveness.
 
Episode 164 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features guest Jonathan Abrams, a Bleacher Report writer and the author of the new book, “All The Pieces Matter: The Inside Story of The Wire.” In this podcast, Abrams discusses how he came to write an oral history book of the acclaimed HBO series, “The Wire;” the process of conducting intervi ...…
 
Episode 163 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features a sports media roundtable with Boston Globe sports media writer Chad Finn and Black Sports Online founder and editor Robert Littal. In this podcast, the group discusses the Boston Herald suspending columnist Ron Borges after he was catfished by a person claiming to be Tom Brady’s agen ...…
 
In the race to take advantage of new technological possibilities in the workplace, is a focus on rights and responsibilities being neglected?
 
Episode 162 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Ted Jackson. In this podcast, Jackson discusses his story, The Search For Jackie Wallace, in which Jackson chronicles his four-decade relationship with Wallace, a former NFL player and two-time Super Bowl participant who has struggled wi ...…
 
Episode 161 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features a sports media roundtable with Boston Globe sports media writer Chad Finn; Black Sports Online founder and editor Robert Littal, and SI.com writer Jimmy Traina. In this podcast, the group discusses NBC’s broadcast of Super Bowl XLII; whether broadcasters Al Michaels and Cris Collinswo ...…
 
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