Aaron Goldhammer of ESPN Cleveland sits down to discuss his career and the larger Cleveland sports media market.
The Cleveland Browns and Buffalo Bills have had quite an under the radar rivalry going. A recap of some of those, a look into this week’s matchup, and the crazy week in Browns football from the WFNY staff.
The “Perfect Season” parade is turning fans against each other and local media members are not helping their case.
The Browns are on TMZ plus a futuristic tech talk around switching from Android to iPhone.
Take a step back and erase your head of every other report you’ve heard to this point. ESPNCleveland’s Tony Rizzo cites “sources” that have allegedly told him that the Cleveland Cavaliers’ meeting with draft prospect Joel Embiid did not well. During the first hour of his show, “The Really Big Show” on WKNR/850 AM, Rizzo,
Brian Windhorst joined Tony Rizzo and Aaron Goldhammer on The Really Big Show today to talk about the Cavs. Among some of the highlights, Windhorst said, “I know Dan Gilbert is steaming mad…” He claimed that the Cavaliers will almost undoubtedly make a trade this season. He pointed to the Sacramento Kings’ top-ten protected pick
Scott and I touched on a lot of topics today, including the impending fight over stadium funding in Cleveland. We talked about the Browns loss to the Bengals and the mostly disappointing start for the Cavaliers. 12 Years a Slave by Steve McQueen Pete Franklin and his history revolutionizing radio The way Pete Franklin handled
An anonymous email to Tony Rizzo of ESPN Cleveland WKNR claiming the Browns were (again) for sale has been directly disputed by current team owner Jimmy Haslam. Tony Grossi (also of WKNR) was able to get the exclusive word from Haslam, posted yesterday on their site. Grossi covered it pretty well asking the owner if
Scott is on deadline and holed up in a hotel because the power has been spotty at his own house, but he made time for me anyway. Writing to a deadline Can anyone call you chief without pissing you off? The players only meeting Going through the motions in the first few games against the
Scott and I found time on this holiday Monday morning to carry on as normal with our podcast. Here’s the rest of what we discussed… Memorial Day and working on it Chris Perez and his apparent shoulder injury Has anyone been hired as coach or manager to give faith like Terry Francona Randy Lerner and
Reports online are that popular national radio host Jim Rome will be committing to CBS all the way come January. Rome has been a part of Premiere Radio for as long as most anyone can remember for his radio show, but he signed on with CBS for his television ventures earlier this year. Deadline has
I transcribed Mike Holmgren’s interview with Seattle radio yesterday and was pretty encouraged by the things that Mike Holmgren said about the team. He admitted that the offense was young, inconsistent and developing. He said he thought the team played pretty good defense. I titled the post “Holmgren Speaks… to Seattle Radio Station” because I
Update: According to the people at Ohio Media Watch, the new afternoon show will most likely be Bruce Hooley, Greg Brinda and Chris Fedor doing the news updates. That would also mean that Fedor will no longer be a part of The Really Big Show from what the Twitter chatter is saying. As many of
Kiley and Booms started the day off, they handed it to Andy Baskin and Reggie Rucker. Adam the Bull and Dustin Fox are coming up later in the day. It is a day of excitement and chock full of guests as 92.3 WFAN looks to stack the deck for their first day on the air
Jim Rome has been immensely popular in Cleveland for a long time. He has had multiple tour stops in Cleveland and his visit to WKNR studios in the Cleveland Galleria last year was a blockbuster for this city. That’s why it is so surprising that WKNR decided to interfere with Rome’s nationally syndicated show when
I have been saying for a while that any talk of Mangini and the proverbial “hot seat” is silly. I still feel that way, but it is complex. Sabrina Parr from WKNR reported this morning that regardless of what Mangini does in his last three games, he is out as head coach. Co-host Chris Fedor then added
Those of you listening to WKNR/AM850 this afternoon were able to hear a very, very rare Michael Reghi. Reghi has gone on record to slam the Really Big Show, the 9a-12p show that airs on ESPNCleveland and the credibility that lacked today with a female host, Sabrina Parr – who claimed to be an eye witness