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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No can ever accuse Peter Burns of having any facet of his professional broadcasting career handed to him. His rise to become one of the primary faces of ESPN’s successful SEC Network beginning in 2014 is testament to Peter’s ingenuity, perseverance and an entrepreneurial spirit that is impossible to miss when you visit with the Baton Rouge, La., native. …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 Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk. Florio is arguably the most prominent self-made sports media figure in the history of the industry. Starting with nothing but an internet connection and an unnatural passion for pro football, the unaffiliated, credential-less West Virginian singlehandedly transformed ProFootballTalk.com into the …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 SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL reporter John Ourand. Ourand is the gold standard of sports business reporters and is one of the most-read and influential journalists in the sports media industry. His daily and weekly reporting – which emanates from a variety of platforms and includes a newly-launched newsletter – is consumed by virtually every top sports media executive connected to the business of commercial spectator sports …Read More
Today’s sports media figure is NEW YORK POST sports media columnist Andrew Marchand. Marchand began his career reporting for small newspapers in Texas before being hired by the Post when he was 23.At 25, he became the Post’s New York Mets beat writer and covered their historic 2000 Subway series run. After nine years at the Post, Marchand was persuaded in 2007 to make the jump to ESPN. While at the four-letter network, Marchand’s role continually expanded and he eventually became a senior writer for ESPN.com, with his main focus on the New York Yankees. …Read More
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