Mon. Aug 20th, 2018

Good Morning Football Moving Studios

NFL Network’s morning timeslot has settled down with Good Morning Football after two successful seasons, but according to John Ourand of Sports Business Journal, the program is moving to a new location.

Previously, Good Morning Football used the CBS Broadcast Center as part of the network’s Thursday Night Football agreement. With Fox taking over the Thursday Night Football broadcast, CBS is no longer obligated to host Good Morning Football.

An NFL executive, however, told SBJ they planned to move Good Morning Football before CBS was outbid by Fox.

“I’ve known since Christmas that I wanted to move the show, whether CBS got Thursday Night Football or not,” said Mark Quenzel, a senior vice president at NFL Media. “This has nothing at all to do with ‘Thursday Night Football.’”

Although Good Morning Football will be moving locations, the first NFL Network show to broadcast in New York will remain in Manhattan, moving 12 blocks south to join the NFL Experience in Times Square. The show will take advantage of the energy Times Square provides and could eventually have a live audience.

Hosted by Kay Adams, Kyle Brandt, Nate Burleson and Peter Schrager, Good Morning Football has helped NFL Network become the second most popular sports network behind ESPN. Although the program will change locations, its format will remain the same. GoodMorning Football  will continue to broadcast weekdays from 7am-10am ET serving “as the morning show destination that sets both the daily narrative for NFL fans and the agenda for NFL conversation across all of sports media.”

Brandon Contes is a freelance writer for BSM. He can be found on Twitter @BrandonContes. To reach him by email click here.

1 thought on “Good Morning Football Moving Studios

  1. It’s the bounce of the ball.

    A risk / reward is needed for Fan interest. Play – Coach’s choice.

    NFL Kickoff’s: The ball is LIVE. Until – Whistled dead

    Any ball caught and downed in the end zone field of play by receiving team, shall start at the 25 yd. line. Coach’s choice

    Any ball that travels past 25 yd. line and is caught as a fair catch or downed by receiving team in normal field of play, shall start from that point plus 10 yds. Encourages safety

    Any ball that bounces or touched in normal field of play but not controlled until it crosses the goal line starts at 15 yd. line. Encourages ball control – no faking

    Any ball touched in normal field of play or bounces in end zone that goes out of bounds, shall start from there or 5 yd. line, whichever is greater. Encourages ball control by receiving team

    Any ball untouched that goes out of normal field of play shall start at that point or 35-yard line, whichever is greater. Encourages ball kept in play

    Any kickoff through the uprights = 2 pts. (receiving team starts play at 35 yd. line)

    Any ball kicked over goal line and out of bounds in the end zone on the fly starts at 35 yd. line for receiving team. Encourages ball be kept in play or take a chance for 2pt’s

    Think Offense or Defense? Ahead or Behind?
    Adds Interest? Injuries Limited? OR ????????????

    Basically, the only changes above from what we have presently, are yard line starts, a fair catch and the 2 points risk. Better than what we have now! ????

    Gary Mueller 386 426 5845 chiefbubba8@aol.com
    71 Lake Fairgreen Cir. New Smyrna, Fl 32168

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