Thanks to Fox Sports NFL reporter Jay Glazer, we have the answer to one of the great mysteries of the world: How big is Mike Francesa’s dong? Glazer, who interned for WFAN at the start of his career, gave the details to CBS Sports Radio’s Gio and Jones.
Mike Francesa says he will stop his daily radio show on WFAN at the end of 2017. Francesa was a guest on Katie Nolan’s Garbage Time podcast when he revealed his plans to walk away from the show when his contract expires.
“I’ve sat for months on end waiting for any assignment while I watched other Fox reporters working almost daily throughout the last year. It feels punitive, as if I did something wrong. I didn’t.” Colleen Dominguez writes about her age and gender discrimination lawsuit against Fox Sports. [San Diego Union-Tribune]
The NFL is hoping to sign a deal with a major tech company to stream every game of next year’s Thursday Night Football online, according to a report from SportsBusiness Daily. It is undoubtedly the future of football broadcasting, and it’s getting here very, very quickly.
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Yesterday, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called on the United States to ban all Muslims, including American citizens, from entering the country. Deadspin will pay $100 to the first reporter who asks Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who said three months ago that “it would be great” if Trump were…
If Derek Jeter’s retirement tour is any guide, Kobe Bryant’s final season is going to be a victory lap, with everyone competing to fawn over the career of a guy who, admittedly, was one of the most important players in the modern NBA. But that’s not enough for Kevin Durant, who took the media to task for not getting…
Kindle owners are in luck this Cyber Monday, as Amazon is discounting over 800 ebooks to a fraction of their original prices.
Category-wide sales on Amazon are few and far between, and this is one of the most wide-ranging discounts they’ve ever offered: Promo code HOLIDAY30 will take 30% off any physical book they sell, up to $10.
Oh yeah, it’s hot fucking stove season. The most interesting and most frighteningly plausible (given the franchise involved) blockbuster deal being bandied about would involve the Marlins trading away starter Jose Fernandez, an insanely talented 23-year-old under team control for the next three years.
I said this the last time I blogged about the Associated Press sports styles, and I’ll say it again: I find this stuff fascinating, and it’s my blog, so if you don’t like it you can just go right back to the toilet you came from.
When Fox won the rights to broadcast the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, they embarked on an ambitious plan: Gus Johnson—the broadcaster mostly known for his Gusgasms during March Madness—would be their lead announcer. He started announcing some MLS games, and then Fox threw him directly into the fire and had him call…
While all eyes are on ESPN and the 300 or so people they are laying off today, the SportsBusiness Journal reports that the Universal Sports TV channel is shutting down. The channel mostly had rights to Olympic sports, and featured a lot of swimming, cycling, and rugby. NBC will pick up some of its rights.
For a limited time, Amazon’s taking $20 off the sticker price of several e-Ink Kindle models, including the first deal we’ve seen on the new, 300ppi Kindle Paperwhite.
If you have a Regal theater in your neighborhood, here’s a chance to buy a $50 gift card for $40. That’s like a free large popcorn (maybe)! [$50 Regal Gift Card, $40]
The Toronto Star reports, and Jose Bautista confirms, that the Blue Jays slugger has been boycotting Sportsnet since the broadcaster forced rookie Devon Travis to pay for a suit he purchased as part of a “makeover” segment aired three months ago.