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Take a Knee. Take a Stand. Take a Moment for Contemplation

Sports. Politics. Patriotism. Three subjects where no matter what you say or opine, you are going to find great passion and disagreement. And when they overlap, as they have done in recent days, there can erupt a firestorm that can produce both dialogue and divisiveness. The former is healthy. The latter, exactly what we as … Continued

The Best PR Example In Rio Will Likely Be An Announcer

For sports fans who live near the Canadian border, we knew who Elliotte Friedman was before this week. Every once in a while, I’m asked if I’m related to him (I’m not). He’s basically the Adam Schefter of hockey on CBC. A skilled broadcaster, he’s best known for his reporting and has become a trusted … Continued

The Greatest of All Time

Long before there was, “The Great One”, there was, “The Greatest”.  An iconic figure who was arguably one of the most revered and recognizable athletes the sports world (and the world) has ever known.  Why, exactly, was that? What was it that has made Muhammad Ali such an enduring and beloved figure? And why did … Continued

America's Most-Watched Broadcaster Will Soon Be Tirico

Even in a media environment that has drastically changed, there is still room for a few stars. One of them is about to get brighter. Reports say that ESPN’s Mike Tirico, the voice and face of Monday Night Football, NBA and college basketball coverage, Major PGA events and seemingly so much more is headed to … Continued

Detroit Lions and CBS Radio Part Ways, Beg Questions

This week ended with perhaps one of the most interesting sports radio stories in recent memory as the Detroit Lions continued their off-the-field changes by announcing they will be leaving CBS Radio and 97-1 “The Ticket” for Cumulus’ Newstalk 760 WJR after the season.  A veritable ‘he said, she said’ scenario ensued bringing to the … Continued