“Sports media talkers & writers are far more sensitive than the athletes.” – Richard Deitsch
Who knew there was an appetite for covering the people that are covering the people that are playing sports?
Richard Deitsch, an Ivy-educated sportswriter by trade, found the niche appealing to the Sports Illustrated audience he once served in a sports-only capacity.
Since then, he’s uncovered many truths and written many different opinions about sports media and sports radio.
INSIDE THIS EPISODE
- How Richard transitioned from covering professional sports to the world of sports media
- Which areas of sports media turn him off and the reasons why
- Sports media people and how sensitive they become when they’re the focus of a story
- The growth of podcasting and audio consumption and why he believes in its future
- Why he enjoys sports radio, and what he dislikes about the presentation
- Hosts across the country (and in Canada) that he’s impressed by
- How he prepares for podcast interviews and what he looks to accomplish with his guests
FROM THE GUEST
- Richard’s Twitter handle: @richarddeitsch
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