April 12, 2019 12:01 PM PDT
- 3:43: The insanity of Tuesday night (Magic stepping down, Dirk & D-Wade's last home game)
- 4:30 - Her interactions with Wade & Dirk over the last several years
- 6:48: Her first interests in playing basketball and playing it competitively for many years
- 8:20: Did she anticipate trying to play sports professionally? Or was broadcasting always something she was interested in?
- 10:39: Early influences growing up in an era where there were more female sportscasting role models
- 13:00: Why she likes to mentor young women in broadcasting and sportscasting
- 14:50 - Her growth as a broadcaster and when she started to feel comfortable with her own voice and style
- 16:55 - Does she miss being a radio personality at all?
- 17:53 - Getting the call from Turner to revive and host Inside Stuff
- 22:03 - Having rare opportunities to reflect on her accomplishments
- 23:56 - Her friendship with Grant Hill and his influence in helping her make relationships with players/coaches in the NBA
- 27:54 - What it's like to interview Gregg Popovich on the sidelines? Is it as intimidating as it looks?
- 30:33 - Who's the most surprising interview in the NBA?
- 34:00 - Previewing the Eastern Conference Playoff race
- 36:45 - Who would be her pick for the next Space Jam Monstars
- 38:30 - Stories from the NBA on TNT crew going on Family Feud
April 01, 2019 02:57 PM PDT
5:00 - Does he have any optimism for this upcoming Mets season?
8:50 - Was Brockmire created as an homage to the older, more personality driven baseball broadcaster?
10:50 - On his show connecting with younger audiences and millennials despite baseball's issues relating to younger fans
12:10 - On Jim Brockmire starting off Season 3 sober
13:50 - On adding Bob Costas, JK Simmons, Tawny Newsome, Richard Kind amongst others to the mix
14:30 - On Costas and Joe Buck and Brent Musburger really showing a ton of personality on the show
16:40 - How much of the show is improvisation vs entirely by script?
18:05 - The complete and total trust he has for Joel Church Cooper (head writer/creator)
19:10 - How long does it take for him to work on a voice to have total control of that voice
20:45 - The impact of 31 years of the Simpsons
21:50 - The origin of Moe from The Simpsons and the connection he has to Al Pacino
22:43 - Has he lever lost a character voice and if so, how would he try to regain it
23:55 - Where the voices come from; are they based off friends, celebrities etc.
25:05 - Has anyone done voices you do in front of you?
26:10 - How he views voice impressions compared to impression comedians
28:00 - Story of how he would call Hollywood restaurants to get tables as Mickey Rourke and Sly Stallone
30:40 - Any other voices we aren't aware of?
32:20 - His work and volunteering with helping Miami Jewish Health Systems
March 27, 2019 10:13 AM PDT
March 18, 2019 10:10 AM PDT
4:45 - Why the NCAA Tournament is universal for all sports fans, both casual and hardcore
5:42 - His 25-year run at CBS and what's make it work and last
7:07 - His love of the game and if there was ever a moment that basketball wasn't the route for him
8:35 - His insane high school championship game performance and what it's liked to be locked in on a basketball court
10:28 - His time playing at Ohio State and how he's watched the game evolve working in basketball over the last 35-40 years
14:47 - His perspective on Zion Williamson and if there is a reasonable comparison for him
17:40 - Which games from previous NCAA Tournaments most stand out to him during his time at CBS
20:55 - Are there any teams that could have a Loyola-Chicago type of run in 2019?
23:30 - Would he like to see the Selection Committee put more of an emphasis on high quality mid-major programs over bigger schools?
26:00 - Who are the college broadcasters he gets the most hyped up listening to call a game?
March 06, 2019 09:57 AM PST
4:20 - On getting the show together and the rehearsals taking place this week
5:50 - On the show feeling natural for everyone because sports betting is a passion of theirs
7:50 - When he sensed sports betting was starting to become less taboo
10:20 - Do they discuss how they'll try to market the show to all types and generations of sports fans
14:00 - His time working in Vegas and how it helped shape his worldview of sports wagering
15:20 - Why he feels baseball sets up best for the integration of wagering & live betting
20:00 - What his typical day looks like and what trends is he looking for to wager on a game
24:20 - Any futures bets he likes ahead of the NCAA Tournament, MLB season & The Masters
February 12, 2019 11:28 AM PST
4:05 - Her love for the Howard Stern show
7:40 - Was being on the Stern "Wrap Up" show her most exciting moment as an interviewee
8:45 - Growing up with scoliosis and back surgery to now training for Iron Mans and running marathons
13:20 - Connecting with athletes due to their shared experiences
14:45 - When she went "all in" in broadcasting
18:50 - On sacrificing time with family for the job, and her kids being super excited about her role in Cars 3
20:00 - What was the first NASCAR event she ever attended, even before covering it professionally
22:10 - Who were early influences or helpful coworkers in the industry covering NASCAR
24:20 - What does she see as the biggest storylines throughout Daytona 500 week?
26:50 - Their brand new studio and is it difficult to not make the studio the new "star of the show?"
29:03 - Will FOX mention or reference sports wagering or gambling ahead of their coverage
31:00 - Predictions for the race
February 05, 2019 10:48 AM PST
3:38: Ratings aside, should CBS feel good about what was in control of their broadcast?
7:11: On the wild live TV moment of the postgame scrum with Tracy Wolfson & Tom Brady
9:50: Has Jim Nantz changed for the better as a result of working alongside Tony Romo?
11:38 - How CBS should feel about the ratings, both on the TV side and on the digital side
14:22 - Should the digital numbers matter more to networks? Would the discussion be different if it were simply a good game?
16:10 - Did it feel like there wasn't a lot of juice leading up to the Super Bowl?
19:53 - What would have been the most ideal matchup for BOTH the NFL and the fans
20:30 - The Barstool vs NFL feud
24:20 - What should we be looking forward to most in sports media in February?
January 23, 2019 07:34 AM PST
3:05 - Life on the road
6:30 - Why calling College Football trains you to be ready for any sportscasting opportunity
10:07 - What he considers the most difficult sport to do play-by-play for, and why you might be surprised by his answer
16:20 - Feeling comfortable as a broadcaster and early influences
21:00 - How he seeks out feedback on his broadcasts
24:25 - Going to Boston College, calling games and doing shows with Joe Tessatore and Boog Sciambi/Wanting to compete against them because of how talented they are
28:15 - Does he ever wish he would've stayed with talk radio and would he like to have his own full-time show down the road?
31:40 - How his gravitation to the talk radio side usually stems from moments when he's watching games
35:20 - Is there different preparation for the different analysts he works with (eg. Dick Vitale vs Fran Fraschilla)
37:40 - How he tanked his audition for the XFL
41:07 - His love for Phish and the first time he ever saw them live
January 16, 2019 07:33 AM PST
3:40 - Has he gotten settled at ESPN yet
4:22 - Biggest change from Yahoo to ESPN
6:40 - Is there added pressure in trying to be the Schefter/Woj of MLB
9:20 - His football analogy to what the switch has been like
10:40 - Who his early media/journalism influences were
14:50 - Does he feel like writers need to become specialized? Or can they cover and break news across all sports?
19:40 - Transformation from feature writing to breaking news
21:40 - His appreciation and admiration for Ken Rosenthal & Woj
24:20 - Why covering breaking news can lead you to become a far better writer
25:15 - Who he'll miss most working with at Yahoo/stories from his time there
27:45 - The time he thought him and Pat Forde were going to die covering the Olympics in Rio
30:20 - His thoughts on the Kyler Murray story and what the public perception will be if he maximizes his money
34:50 - The remaining top free agents still hanging around in MLB
November 29, 2018 11:52 AM PST
4:00 - His connection to Statin Island and his connection to the Impractical Jokers
6:00 - His move to New York several years ago, working at the new ESPN Seaport studios and the family connection it has for him
10:10 - Is it surreal since he joined ESPN 18+ years ago
14:40 - Early role models in the industry and trying to remain himself as a personality
19:45 - Does he feel like he gets enough feedback from his peers/bosses
22:50 - What does he remember about his first episode of hosting Around the Horn
26:40 - The moments throughout his career where he started to change and work through the uncomfortable to feel more himself
32:00 - The importance of authenticity in this business
35:40 - His struggles with mental health and anxiety and if it helped connecting and sharing those details with viewers/social media
42:50 - His goal to find more humanity in sports television and his connection and love