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Morning Hot Reads: Air it out

NEWSDAY looks at the 35 years WFAN has been on the air: "Much else in sports media -- and sports more broadly -- has changed over these 35 years, and WFAN has played an undeniable part in that. The galaxy’s first known all-sports radio station was revolutionary in its time, and its greatest impact is hinted at in its call letters: WFAN empowered fans. ... WFAN altered the dynamic in the sports ecosystem, as players learned a startling truth: Many fans were even more ill-informed and negative than sportswriters were."


SBJ Morning Buzzcast: August 8, 2022

Darren Eales departs United; MLB gets a boost at the gate this weekend; Tributes in Canton and Nick Faldo's tearful sign-off.

SBJ Spotlight: Warner Bros. Discovery

CNBC media reporter Alex Sherman joins SBJ’s John Ourand to discuss Warner Bros. Discovery’s streaming strategy. The two talk about the company’s interest in sports rights, with Sherman noting that the company is in a cost-cutting mode, which is one reason why it has not been active in media rights negotiations over the past several months.

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