The Debut of NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube
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30:39Episode 458 of "SI Media with Jimmy Traina" is a bonus episode that features a conversation with Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York on one topic: The debut of NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube. With NFL Sunday Ticket leaving DirecTV after more than 20 years, there were many changes to the service. What worked? What didn't work? What can be done better?Jimmy and Sal share their experiences on getting Sunday Ticket set up and running into roadblocks and how they managed to watch as many games as possible. Everything from the new multiview options to the differences between watching Sunday Ticket on YouTube vs. YouTube TV to YouTube offering a superior presentation than DirecTV to the lack of issues with streaming the games is coveredSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Julian Edelman and John Ourand
1:46:55Episode 457 of "SI Media with Jimmy Traina," features two interviews plus the weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment.First up is Super Bowl champion, Julian Edelman, who joins "Fox NFL Kickoff" this season.Edelman discusses his new gig with Fox, why so many former Patriots are on television and why he chose TV over coaching.Edelman also talks about what it was like playing for Bill Belichick and with Tom Brady, how Belichick would use other players' quotes to motivate the Patriots, how Brady would mock him for not being fully in on the TB12 Method, the issue of gambling in the NFL, his love of burgers, beef with Ben Affleck, bad betting losses and much more.Following Edelman, John Ourand from "Sports Business Journal" joins the show to talk about the dispute between Spectrum cable and Disney, which has left 15 million subscribers without ESPN. What is the dispute about? When will it get settled? What should customers do? Ourand also discusses what we should expect from NFL Sunday Ticket and YouTube when the season kicks off, the strong ratings for the start of the college football season and more.The podcast closes with Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York joining Jimmy for "Traina Thoughts." This week, Jimmy and Sal talk about Week 1 NFL lines, the U.S. Open, Jimmy Buffet and moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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ESPN's Greg McElroy and Comedian Jared Freid
1:13:00Episode 456 of "SI Media with Jimmy Traina," features two interviews. First up is ESPN college football analyst, Greg McElroy.McElroy talks about getting promoted to ESPN's No. 2 crew where he will work with Sean McDonough and call a national championship playoff game. McElroy also discusses working with Joe Tessitore and Dave Pasch in past years, why he has to be overprepared to call a game and how long it took him to get comfortable in the booth.McElroy, who played at Alabama, also talks about what makes Nick Saban tick, how the Crimson Tide will do this season, which team could surprise some people in 2023 and which college football quarterback is flying under the radar. McElroy closes out his appearance on the podcast with a hilarious Tim Tebow story.Following McElroy, comedian Jared Freid, who has a Netflix special out, "37 & Single," joins the podcast. Freid talks about the business of comedy, how he puts together a special, using his parents for material, his favorite comedians, whether Bill Belichick is funny, what's funny about college football and much more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
1:48:11Episode 455 of "SI Media with Jimmy Traina" features an interview with Charles Barkley.The "Inside the NBA" host talks about recently signing a 10-year contract with Warner Brothers Discovery, but why he won't work nearly that long. He also reveals whether he'd work for a different company if WBD loses rights to the NBA after next season and how serious he was about joining LIV golf,Other topics covered include how many times he's been in the same room with Michael Jordan over the past 25 years, his worst gambling loss, his reaction to ESPN firing Jeff Van Gundy, why he thinks LeBron James is responsible for the greatest story in the history of sports, why he calls out sports media people he dislikes, his recent weight loss, his love of Scott Van Pelt's "Bad Beat" segment," who he finds funny in sports media, whether he's cancel-proof, college sports getting ruined and much more.Following Barkley, Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York joins Jimmy for their weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment. This week, Jimmy and Sal discuss some of the issues that NFL Sunday Ticket subscribers will face this season, Elon Musk getting rid of Twitter's block button, HBO's new documentary on the Bishop Sycamore High School scandal and moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
GMFB's Peter Schrager + Traina Thoughts
1:10:50Episode 454 of "SI Media with Jimmy Traina," features an interview Peter Schrager from "Good Morning Football" and "Fox NFL Kickoff."Schrager discusses what his travel schedule is like during the season when he has to travel from New York City to Los Angeles every weekend, what his goal is when reporting for "Fox NFL Kickoff," and the huge broadcast and media changes coming to to the NFL for the 2023 season.Other topics covered include why this is set up to be a great NFL season, a sleeper MVP candidate, Netflix's "Quarterback" series and much more.Following Schrager, Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York joins Jimmy for their weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment. This week, Jimmy and Sal discuss their early opinions on NFL team win total over/unders they like, why giving up fantasy football is a great life decision, the "Blind Side" controversy, the Johnny Manziel Netflix documentary and moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris "Mad Dog" Russo + Traina Thoughts
1:17:01Episode 453 of "SI Media with Jimmy Traina," features an interview with SiriusXM radio host, Chris "Mad Dog" Russo. The radio Hall of Famer, who also hosts "High Heat" on the MLB Network and appears on "First Take" each Wednesday, discusses going viral recently for his interview with Joey Votto, which featured Votto cutting a WWE-like promo on Russo. Russo also sheds light on his future in sports media and explains why he may change something after the Super Bowl. Other topics covered include the most influential sports media members, ESPN firing Jeff Van Gundy, the Yankees atrocious season, "Hard Knocks," Netflix's "Quarterback," Shohei Ohtani and much more. Following Russo, Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York joins Jimmy for their weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment. This week, Jimmy and Sal discuss a big milestone for "SI Media With Jimmy Traina," the passing of Paul Reubens, Sean Payton's comments about the Jets and Nathaniel Hackett, cord cutting, horse racing and much moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
WWE Superstar Seth Rollins
52:42Episode 452 of "SI Media with Jimmy Traina," features an interview with WWE superstar, Seth Rollins.Rollings talks about his SummerSlam match with Finn Balor at Ford Field in Detroit, the prospects of being in a storyline with his wife, Becky Lynch, his standing with Cody Rhodes and the evolution of the WWE Universe embracing and singing his theme song for extremely long periods of time.Rollins also explains what happened when he went viral for a "Monday Night Raw" segment gone wrong and talks about his most frustrating time in the company.The man known as Seth "Freakin'" Rollins also discussed his love for the Chicago Bears, his desire to call an NFL game and the play-by-play person he'd most want to work withOther topics covered during the podcast include Rollins, who his best friend is, owning two coffee shops, the greatest manager in pro wrestling history and much moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sports Columnist Bob Kravitz on Ripping The Athletic + Traina Thoughts
1:02:24Episode 451 of "SI Media with Jimmy Traina," features an interview with longtime sports columnist Bob Kravitz. Kravitz was laid off from The Athletic last month and recently wrote a scathing Substack article about his time at the company. Kravitz goes in-depth on his time at the Athletic telling him he had to generate a large amount of subscriptions while he was recovering from quadruple bypass surgery. He also talks about the reaction he got from his Substack article, the state of sports media, how social media changed the game and much more.Following Kravitz, Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York joins Jimmy for their weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment. This week, Jimmy and Sal discuss the myriad issues Sal is having with his new schedule, why each of them is pumped up for the NFL season and the Netflix series, "Quarterback." They also read Apple reviews listeners left for the month of JulySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
WWE Superstar, Cody Rhodes
1:05:24Episode 450 of "SI Media with Jimmy Traina," features an interview with WWE Superstar Cody Rhodes. Rhodes discusses all aspects of the new Peacock documentary about his life, "American Nightmare: Becoming Cody Rhodes." In addition, Rhodes also talks about losing to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania and the overwhelming reaction from disappointed WWE fans, how Vince McMahon recruited him back to WWE, a possible storyline with Triple H, his relationship with his father, Dusty Rhodes and the popularity of his theme song. Other topics covered during the podcast include Rhodes' mid-life crisis, fast food restaurants, why he always wears suits, how often he has to dye his hair, why he can't show his feet, his rules for joining TikTok, whether he will see "Barbie" and "Oppenheimer," his issues with Twitter and much more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike Florio on Belichick, Hard Knocks and more + "Traina Thoughts"
1:05:25Episode 449 of "SI Media with Jimmy Traina," features an interview with the man behind Pro Football Talk, Mike Florio. Topics covered include the Jets over-the-top reluctance to appear on HBO's "Hard Knocks" this season, whether Bill Belichick is actually on the hot seat in New England this season, whether the NFL will ever allow fans to purchase games for just a single team, the latest controversy with running backs being devalued and not getting mega contracts and much more. Following Florio, Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York joins Jimmy for their weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment. This week, Jimmy and Sal discuss their night out at a steakhouse, the Miranda Lambert/selfie scandal, whether they should keep reading Apple Reviews on the podcast, Jimmy's bad back, Sal's reluctance to get a colonoscopy and much moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.