TIFFANY HADDISH stars alongside Kevin Hart in “Night School.” (AP PHOTO) :10—At long last, a project “7” years in the making will kick off in Pittsburgh with the force of a “Shaq Daddy Mega-Ton Glass Breaking Slam Dunk.” “Champions Live” Sports and Entertainment Talk Show will premiere live every Thursday night beginning Thursday, Nov. 1. The combined effort of Achieving Greatness Inc., CEO, Bill Neal (that would be me!) along with Chuck Sanders, former Penn Hills star, Slippery Rock All-American, Pittsburgh Steeler and owner of the Savoy, along with the New Pittsburgh Courier. :09—“Champions Live” continued…The show will feature Neal, who has 30-plus years in TV and radio broadcasting beginning at WYEP and continuing through WAMO and several live venues including James Street Café and the Crawford Grill. “Team Champion” will also include veteran sportscaster and NFL scout … [Read more...] about Black sports talk show coming to Savoy! And Night School should only be seen at night!
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New venture will live-stream video from WFAN show, launch original content, costs $9/month Tony Maglio, provided by Published 12:32 pm PDT, Thursday, August 23, 2018 Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Sports Talk Radio Legend Mike Francesa to Launch ‘Mike’s On’ Digital Platform 1 / 1 Back to Gallery WFAN sports talk radio personality Mike Francesa is launching his own digital platform, “Mike’s On,” which will cost subscribers $8.99 per month or $98.99 annually. The new platform, which is in partnership with CAA Sports and Entercom, will include live video and audio streaming of Francesa’s afternoon-drive WFAN radio show, which is also called “Mike’s On.” Additionally, the platform will feature original content. Read the full article on The Wrap … [Read more...] about Sports Talk Radio Legend Mike Francesa to Launch ‘Mike’s On’ Digital Platform
The Heat Index azcentral sports Published 6:06 p.m. UTC Aug 23, 2018 While sports radio talk show hosts make a living on rush hour hot takes that are often easily proved wrong by the end of the day — sometimes by the end of the drive — they serve their purpose and provoke discussion. But sometimes, they're just so bad they deserve to be called out. Enter Jody Oehler of Fox Sports 910 AM. His target: John Gambadoro of KMVP-FM 98.7 FM, who happens to be on the "Burns and Gambo Show" which airs from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. against Oehler's show "The Drive," on from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. "Reminder that there are Phoenix sports media members that publicly questioned whether Goldy was done in May and whether Gabbert was the future at QB within a 6 month span," he tweeted. "And that sports media member was Gambo. #accountabilityboard" Goldy of course is Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt, who struggled mightily in to begin the season and hit .144 … [Read more...] about Arizona sports talk radio hosts Oehler blasts rival host Gambadoro over ‘awful takes’
TODAY IS ... the last day of spring ... and Jay Carney's last day at the White House. READING BETWEEN THE LINES of President Obama’s remarks on Iraq in the press room yesterday: The President’s announcement that he’ll send up to 300 more “American military advisers” to help “train, advise, and support Iraqi security forces” was the LEAST he could plausibly do. The minimalist announcement, according to metaphor-mixing advisers, shows his leeriness about the slippery slope: You dip a toe in, and you can be pulled under. Story Continued Below His approach reflects the limits of military intervention, when the root problem is political. It also shows his practical side, eschewing symbolic strikes. One Democrat’s translation: “He’s telling Washington to chill out – he’s going to take his time and do this right.” Of course, the biggest takeaway is that, as much as he wants to, he just can’t put Iraq in his … [Read more...] about Christie speech to Christian conservative convention today will call for compassion for drug addicts — HRC to talk live with Walter Isaacson on Facebook – Mika interviews POTUS today
It's football season, and baseball playoffs are starting. Don't have cable? You can still watch. With a digital antenna, you get games for free on broadcast networks like Fox, NBC and Univision. Antennas start at $20. For cable channels, you can always go to a bar. Online subscriptions are primarily for games that don't involve local teams. Otherwise, games are shown after they are over. Subscriptions aren't cheap, but most cost less than a traditional cable package. Plenty of sites also show sports for free without legal rights to do so. And many people ask friends or relatives who have a cable subscription for a password to log in to, say, ESPN's app. To stay above board, here are options for watching in the U.S. Access outside the U.S. varies. FOOTBALL Some websites offer a few free games: One NFL game each for Yahoo and NBC; the Super Bowl and six others for CBS; Fox has some Big East college sports. Verizon customers also get some games on phones. For others, subscriptions are … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo A guide to watching sports without a cable subscription