Found October 22, 2012 on Mike Silva's Sports Media Watchdog:
Steve Keane and I put a bow on the Yankees season. We debate Brian Cashman’s performance and talk about the declining viewership on YES. Will we see hockey this year? Steve gives us an NHL lockout update. We give our thoughts on LA Kings writer Rich Hammond leaving to write about USC football for the Orange County Register. I think reporters should refrain from getting too close to the athletes they cover. In the case of ESPN sideline reporter Samantha Steele, she has made her relationship with Vikings’ QB Chris Ponder public. Does this type of behavior cause other female reporters to lose credibility? Finally, hear our thoughts on John Feinstein joining the new CBS Sports Radio Network, as well as ESPN adding Bill Simmons to their NBA telecasts. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN DOWNLOAD THE MP3 If you like to listen to other radio shows and podcasts, check out the Sports Media Watchdog Radio Network
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