Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker examine the media’s coverage of Super Bowl, including the feud between Philly fans and Cris Collinsworth (06:00), the fights on radio row (15:30), and the chaos in Philadelphia (20:30). They then celebrate the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week (22:45) before discussing why Lewis D’Vorkin was ousted as L.A. Times editor (27:30) and The New York Times’ beef with the publication (37:30). Finally, they wrap up by looking at the news of Felix Salmon’s salary at Fusion (42:30) and how every stop in a journalist’s career is a bubble (44:30).
The Super Bowl Media-splosion, Trouble at the L.A. Times, and the Journalism Bubble
Bryan and David discuss the media’s coverage of Super Bowl LII, why Lewis D’Vorkin was ousted as L.A. Times editor, and more
Mallory is joined by Andy Greenwald and TD St. Matthew-Daniel to analyze the ‘Hawkeye’ trailer and the new Tony Stark tale
All that, plus one reason to watch every other game
Can the Ravens rebound against the Chiefs? And can House hit a five-leg teaser?
The guys also discuss their legacies and the UFC’s inability to properly honor its stars after they’re done fighting
Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline
Plus, the guys talk about the final spot of the NL wild card