With the advent of the all-action Red Zone Channel on Direct TV in 2005, the way Americans consumed their favorite commercial spectator sport – NFL football – was changed forever. Andrew Siciliano was, is and shall remain for all-time the name and face forever associated with that groundbreaking moment in sports television history. Andrew grew up outside of Washington, D.C., in Reston, Va., and attended Syracuse University. …Read More
Evan Rosenblum oversees one of the most important sports media outlets in the industry – TMZ Sports. Began as an outcropping of Harvey Levin’s media powerhouse TMZ, TMZ Sports was built from the ground up by Rosenblum, who as current Executive Producer and on-air host has effectively transformed the outlet into an acknowledged leader in the sports journalism field and sports media’s most consistent breaking news machine. Rosenblum first began working for TMZ company founder Levin as a writer on the newsmagazine show “Celebrity Justice” and later reconnected with Harvey during the early stages of TMZ.com. …Read More
Darren Rovell was our first-ever interview on SportsbyBrooks.com, so it’s about time we dropped in on him again. Rovell is no stranger to anyone on Twitter, having built a massive following thanks to a relentless content presentation on his timeline that – at times – boggles the mind. Darren, quite literally, invented the job of electronic sports business reporter and through his high-profile reportage for ESPN and CNBC helped elevate entire industries – like sports memorabilia, eating contests and sports gambling – into the mainstream of American life. …Read More
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Besides killing Twitter dead, Rob “@WorldWideWob” Perez graduated from the University of North Carolina then got into the ticketing business, first with the New Orleans Hornets before storming the shores of the secondary market with his own website. From there he crashed the content biz, kicking in the door at Fox Sports, Cycle, ESPN, with podcast called Buckets and now as a Senior NBA Producer for The Action Network. …Read More
Shooting The 3 is an exclusive SportsbyBrooks.com feature in which a sports media figure fields three questions posed by SbB. Today’s sports media figure is Marc Stein of the NEW YORK TIMES. Stein, who will be inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in September, is a pioneering sports journalist who first began covering the NBA in 1989 for the ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER. In the 1990s, Stein covered the Los Angeles Clippers and Lakers for the LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS before moving on to the DALLAS MORNING NEWS where he manned the Mavericks beat and served as a national NBA columnist. …Read More
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