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After a long summer hiatus, Michael Kay has returned to The Michael Kay Show and took a shot at his radio bosses Wednesday.
Peter Rosenberg applauded Dave Rothenberg and Rick DiPietro for their ability to get up and do a show that begins at 5:00 AM, saying the pair is “on another planet” while getting ready for their show. Don La Greca then added if he were to ever request a trade, he’d like to do the 5:00 AM-8:00 AM show, and stay up all night to do the show before sleeping at 8:00 AM.
While discussing how difficult it must be for DiPietro & Rothenberg, Kay lamented the lack of a strong lead-in to his afternoon show.
“Peter, if you were the general manager of the station and Don requested a trade — now, for some reason, the programming geniuses have only two local shows until 7:00 PM — who would you trade Don for?”, Kay said.
The ESPN New York lineup consists of DiPietro & Rothenberg from 5:00 AM-8:00 AM, before airing the national ESPN Radio lineup from 8:00 PM-3:00 PM before The Michael Kay Show airs in afternoon drive from 3:00 PM-7:00 PM.

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“The 2022 tour will make 15 stops. After Fordham, Jackson and company will go to Drexel University in Philadelphia followed by Tulane University in New Orleans.”
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CBS Sports Radio night host JRSportBrief is hitting the road again in 2022. He will launch the second edition of his Media For The Movement Tour With Special Olympics on Tuesday at Fordham University in New York City.
The tour will give college students the chance to interact with JR (real last name Jackson) and Special Olympics athletes as they discuss the shifting media environment and best practices for creating content for radio, television, and digital platforms.
It is a path that JR Jackson has a very particular level of expertise in. He launched his sports media career with a popular YouTube show that was launched while his primary radio job was at Atlanta’s V-103.
Media for the Movement launched last year with an eleven-stop tour. The 2022 tour will make 15 stops. After Fordham, Jackson and company will go to Drexel University in Philadelphia followed by Tulane University in New Orleans.
“Our Media for the Movement tour with Special Olympics last year was a success,” Jackson told BSM. “I’m excited to share my story, encourage others, and highlight inclusivity in sports and health. We can all do a better job opening doors to those not directly in our circle. It makes us better as individuals and as a society! I appreciate Experian for believing in inclusivity and helping me personally get that message from campus to campus.”

“I’m very grateful and appreciative for all of the amazing colleagues I’ve had the opportunity to call teammates, and most of all I’m extremely thankful to The Fan audience who took the time to listen in and interact during our shows.” 
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Sandy Clough has been with 104.3 The Fan in Denver for 25 years. On Friday, the station announced that his time as a day-to-day host on the station is coming to an end.
“I’ve had a tremendous experience over the past 25 years sharing my opinions and interacting with our wonderful listeners at The Fan,” Clough said in a press release. “Being able to share in the joy of Denver’s wins while consoling the city’s heartbreak of losses was a privilege and responsibility I was honored to have. I’m very grateful and appreciative for all of the amazing colleagues I’ve had the opportunity to call teammates, and most of all I’m extremely thankful to The Fan audience who took the time to listen in and interact during our shows.” 
Since 1997, fans have heard Clough in a variety of roles on The Fan. He has hosted daily shows in multiple day parts. He has also served as the anchor for many of the station’s postgame shows.
“Like so many other Denver sports fans, I spent hours glued to The Fan listening to Sandy Clough entertain and educate,” The Fan’s program director Raj Sharan added. “It was thrilling to have the opportunity to produce Sandy as there’s never been a more prepared host. Sandy’s passion came through the speakers in captivating fashion, and his legacy will be forever engrained into The Fan, carrying on for generations to come.”
Clough’s time in Denver is not limited to 104.3 The Fan. He first arrived in town in 1979 to work with the Denver Broncos Radio Network. He was a studio host for the games on KOA. He was heard on 1090 KBIG from 1990 until 1996.
“Sandy Clough has had an incredible broadcasting career, leaving behind a standard of excellence on The Fan that will carry on for years to come,” said Bonneville Denver SVP/Market Manager Katie Reid. “We are all incredibly thankful to Sandy for all of his contributions and his unwavering commitment to quality programming on The Fan over the past 25 years.”  

Giannotti then noted he went to a bar to watch the first half of the game, but noted as soon as the pregame began, the splitter being used by the bar to stream to multiple TVs no longer worked.
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The first Thursday Night Football broadcast streamed exclusively on Amazon Prime Video last night, with differing experiences for viewers. Boomer Esiason and Gregg Giannotti of WFAN’s Boomer & Gio had a unique experience watching the first stream.
“Just looking at social media last night, it didn’t look like there were so many people that were totally turned off by this,” Giannotti said. “That they weren’t watching or had issues and couldn’t find it or whatever else. I think that — for the most part — people knew it was on Amazon and you didn’t have that like complete screaming from the top of the mountain by sports fans when you had our first Facebook Live Mets game or our first AppleTV Yankees game or Peacock Yankees game at 11:30 and people had no idea. It felt like — because it’s been such a big deal and we’ve talked about it so much — that everybody knew where to find the game.”
Giannotti, who has previously said the NFL and Amazon will spin the ratings numbers to make the venture look like a success, then noted he went to a bar to watch the first half of the game, but noted as soon as the pregame began, the splitter being used by the bar to stream to multiple TVs no longer worked.
“So then, they had to sign in to every television in there with somebody else’s Amazon account. And guess what happens then? They’re not all in sync! So one TV is five seconds ahead of the other one. Another TV is 20 seconds behind the other one. And they weren’t in sync for whatever reason.”
“I had it on my iPad,” Esiason said. “So I was wifi-ing on my iPad. No problem on my Amazon Prime app. And then when the Met game ended, I switched my TV over to AppleTV and put it on Prime Video on my TV and I had them both going at the same time. And my TV was ahead of my iPad.”
“That’s a problem for bars,” Giannotti added.

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