NBC To Focus On Super Bowl, Not Deflategate FS Indiana Offering Pacers Games On App Canadian Viewership Down For NHL ASG Golf Analyst Nobilo Joins CBS Sports John Harbaugh To Serve As SB Analyst Fire Games Moving To CSN Chicago NFL Launches Official YouTube Channel Showtime Creates All-Access College Hoops Show Media Notes Network News Shows Continue To Cover Pats
Upcoming Conferences and Events
SBD/Issue 174/Sports Media
What's The Frequency?
Published May 30, 2008
THE DAILY presents "What's The Frequency?" which highlights the subjects being discussed this week during afternoon drive shows on sports talk radio across the U.S. The following chart lists some of those topics. Local stations are listed in order of market size.
|Sirius Sports (3-6pm ET)||“The Mike & Murray Show”|
|Willie Randolph’s job security; Gary Carter interview; Is MMA too violent for primetime TV?; NBA Playoffs talk|
|Sirius NFL Radio (3-7pm ET)||“Movin’ The Chains”|
|Owners opt out of CBA -- what effect will that have on league?; Jason Taylor trade rumors; Tank Johnson wants Pacman Jones reinstated; Rookie salary scale|
MARKET -- STATION
|“Valenti & Foster”|
|Red Wings up 2-1 over Penguins in Stanley Cup Finals; Pistons down 3-2 to Celtics in Eastern Conference Finals|
|“The Dan Le Batard Show”|
|Heat land #2 pick in NBA lottery; NBA Playoffs talk -- was Brent Barry fouled?; Marlins remain atop NL East; Jason Taylor skipping offseason workouts|
|“Calling All Sports With Roc & Manuch”|
|Suns coaching vacancy remains – Doug Collins turns Suns down for Bulls; Should Suns trade Steve Nash, Amare Stoudemire?; NBA Playoffs talk; D’Backs put Eric Byrnes on DL|
|T’Wolves land #3 pick in NBA lottery; T’Wolves returning to KFAN -- interviews with Glen Taylor, Kevin McHale; NBA Playoffs talk; Vikings trade former No. 1 pick Erasmus James – ’05 NFL Draft one of worst ever for team; Stanley Cup Finals talk|
|Charlotte – WFNZ||“Prime Time With The Packman”|
|Recap of Coca-Cola 600,
Want to add your own Frequency? Contact Rick Ellington at firstname.lastname@example.org.