Marchand and Ourand Ep. 38: Amazon vs. Apple, Ryan Fitzpatrick and more
Andrew Marchand and John Ourand go deep about the future of sports media in light of the Apple-MLS deal, as both have extensively researched and reported on the subject.
Marchand/Ourand Ep. 36: LIV Golf, Big Ten rights and C.J. McCollum
LIV Golf’s opening weekend is the top topic, with Andrew Marchand and John Ourand debating the tour’s media future. The two also dive into the latest with Big Ten rights, and interview Pelicans guard C.J. McCollum.
Marchand and Ourand Ep. 37
While Nantz and Romo struggle, Burkhardt and Olsen shine
Tony Romo’s difficulties in the announcing booth became more pronounced as the NFL season wore on, and his lack of chemistry with play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz was evident in CBS’ broadcast of Sunday’s AFC championship game.
Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast: Episode 67
Andrew Marchand and John Ourand discuss ESPN’s coverage of the injury suffered by the Buffalo Bills’s Damar Hamlin during “Monday Night Football” and what the network could have done differently.
Marchand and Ourand Episode 54: Amazon Sports VP Marie Donoghue on what's next for the streamer
Andrew Marchand and John Ourand interview Amazon Sports VP of Global Sports Video, Marie Donoghue. Donoghue is the one who first hatched Amazon's plan to go after the rights for Thursday Night Football.
KAGR’s Gelman: Streamers and leagues are fighting a ‘War of Data’
As streaming services become more influential as sports telecasters, one of the big questions facing the industry is, Who owns the data? KAGR CEO Jessica Gelman: “That depth of knowledge is really what sponsors are asking for."
Who’s Up, Who’s Down: MLB, Howard Katz, Sinclair
Episode 54: The good and bad around the MLB playoffs; Marchand gets in the weeds on announcers; Ourand turns to a familiar target.
The Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast: Episode 71: What’s going on with Nantz and Romo?
In this week’s Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast sponsored by WSC Sports: Andrew Marchand and John Ourand review the broadcast booths for CBS’s production of the AFC Championship game and Fox’s NFC Championship telecast.
Monumental’s Zach Leonsis: Buying RSN opens door to ‘local media platform of the future’
Monumental Sports and Entertainment’s deal to buy NBC Sports Washington was about more than just “acquiring our rights back,” said Zach Leonsis, president of media and new enterprises for Monumental.
Marchand and Ourand, Ep. 88: Thursday Night Flex, Pat McAfee and the ESPN layoffs
The NFL’s decision to add flex scheduling to Amazon’s “Thursday Night Football” schedule is this week’s top topic, with hosts Andrew Marchand and John Ourand discussing the move from the perspective of the fan, the league perspective and Amazon.
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