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NBA “New” Media, Beat Writers’ Fandom, and Steph Curry Sounds Off

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Predictions for Sun Valley’s Summer Camp for Billionaires

Lucas Shaw joins Matt to discuss the upcoming Sun Valley conference

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CAA and the New Reality of Talent Agencies

James Andrew Miller joins the show to discuss the ramifications of CAA’s acquisition of ICM, the consolidation of top-level talent agencies, and how this will affect the future of content

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Brooklyn Blows Up, Durant’s Next Move, and Free Agency Highlights With Rob Mahoney and Bryan Curtis

Plus, reacting to Atlanta’s trade for Dejounte Murray and discussing the NBA media "scoop" culture

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ESPN’s Pablo Torre on Podcasting, the Process, and ‘High Noon’

Plus, Pablo discusses starting at Sports Illustrated, fact-checking and covering basketball star Jeremy Lin and Linsanity

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Covering the End of Roe and “I’m Not Reporting This But” Scoop

Bryan and David react to the media’s coverage of the Supreme Court’s ruling and discuss the policies within newsrooms that prohibit journalists from addressing the issue

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You Will Pay More for Disney Parks and You Will Like It

Matt and Carlye break down the exorbitant amount of money Disney Parks are making during this pandemic, and later discuss the upcoming ‘Elvis’ movie

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Angelo Cataldi on Three Decades of Hosting Sports Radio in Philadelphia

Bryan and Angelo discuss the impact WIP has had on Philadelphia and how to grow an audience while keeping your fan base

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NBA Finals Media Takeaways. Plus: Has the Podcast Conquered Music in the Car?

Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline

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How the Pandemic Changed the Way You Consume Entertainment

Bloomberg’s Lucas Shaw joins Matt to break down the disappointing opening weekend for Pixar’s ‘Lightyear’ and how it may foretell the future of moviegoing, a dip in TV viewership across the country, the future of showrunner megadeals, and the music boom of the 2020s

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DJ Akademiks’ Comments on Underage Dating, Plus Herschel Walker and Fatherhood

Van and Rachel also discuss the U.S. providing more aid to Ukraine

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Who Survives at the New CNN?

Matt brings on Puck writer and CNN expert Dylan Byers to breakdown Chris Licht’s new strategy for CNN and its potential for success

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Mike Breen on Coming Back From COVID and Calling the NBA Finals

Also, Mike discusses his career transitioning from radio to television, the differences between calling regular-season and postseason NBA games, and working in a three-man booth alongside Mark Jackson and Jeff Van Gundy

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Garcelle Beauvais on Persevering in Hollywood, Plus Revisiting the Isimemen Etute Case With Jarrett Hill

Van and Rachel also react to Matt James revealing his frustrations surrounding his ‘Bachelor’ experience

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The Washington Post Social Media Saga, Plus the NBA Finals in Tweets

Bryan and David discuss a recent dispute at the newspaper that led to a reporter’s firing

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ESPN’s Kevin Van Valkenburg on Covering the LIV Golf Tournament

Discussing how the LIV Golf Tournament came to be and why this story matters

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What the Heck Is Going On at Disney?

Matt is joined by CNBC’s Alex Sherman to discuss Disney’s firing of Peter Rice and what it means for the future of the company

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NBA Finals Ratings and ESPN’s Future in Sports Television

John Ourand from Sports Business Journal discusses the unexpectedly low ratings after the first two games of the NBA Finals as well as the future of sports in streaming

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NBA Finals Audio Fun. Plus: Dieter Kurtenbach on Covering the Games.

Bryan and David highlight the broadcast styles of the NBA Finals

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Celtics Announcer Sean Grande on Calling the NBA Finals, Homerism, and TV vs. Radio

Plus, Sean talks about the differences between covering basketball and other sports

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Covering the NBA Finals With Kevin O’Connor

KOC joins to discuss his Celtics fandon and Boston’s matchup against Golden State

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Bill Simmons on Podcasting, Writing, Doing TV, and Being a Fan

Plus, Bill’s favorite moments and what he sees next for media

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The Summer Blockbuster Confidence Scale

Forbes’ Scott Mendelson joins Matt to run through each of the most highly anticipated blockbusters of the summer

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George R.R. Martin on His College Days, the Media in 2022, and the New York Jets

The ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ writer discusses his career as a journalist at Northwestern, his view on the media, and his New York Jets and New York Giants fandom

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The Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Trial

Juliet Litman and Amelia Wedemeyer discuss the latest developments and social media frenzy around the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial

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Remembering Roger Angell With Jason Gay. Plus, How to Cover a Golf Tournament

Bryan, David, and Jason reflect on the legendary scribe’s life and career

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The Hollywood Stock Market: Netflix, Star Wars, Harry Styles, Pete Davidson, and More!

Matt is joined by Bloomberg’s Lucas Shaw to discuss which Hollywood-focused trends are theoretical buys or sells

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Why Does the Internet Hate Amber Heard?

It’s the trial of the century—kind of. The legal showdown between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has captivated the country, and Derek is a bit confused. Why is everybody talking about this miserable celebrity relationship?

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Adam Lefkoe on the Conference Finals. Plus: Playoff TV Notes, Drew Brees, and Phil Mickelson

The Turner Sports and Bleacher Report host discusses his media career and the NBA postseason

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Disney vs. Netflix: The Death Match of Streaming

Matt is joined by analyst Michael Nathanson to discuss Disney’s quarterly earnings report, its growing number of subscribers, and whether the cost to potentially beat out Netflix in the streaming wars has been worth it

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Sue Bird Wears Many Hats

Sue discusses the state of the "W," her experience so far broadcasting, and what it was like to be in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition

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Phoenix Takes Charge, Brady’s TV Gig, and a Celts-Bucks Classic With Jonathan Tjarks, Bryan Curtis, and Chris Mannix

Bill talks with SI’s Chris Mannix about why Boston’s Game 4 win was the most important of the Tatum-Brown era, some Lakers dysfunction, and Canelo Alvarez’s loss to Dmitry Bivol

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Instant Reactions to Tom Brady Signing With Fox

Tom Brady will be an NFL analyst for Fox after he retires. Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker discuss the announcement, how this contract compares to others in the industry, and when Brady might make the transition

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NBA Buzzer-Beaters, Formula One Grid Walks, and Scooping the Supreme Court

Plus, breaking down ESPN’s choice in bumper music and Turner Sports deciding on their no. 1 announcing team

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The 2022 Streaming Service Draft

Matt and Bloomberg’s Lucas Shaw draft their way through the top streaming services and pitch why they believe their roster will succeed the most over the next 10 years