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"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"No idea because I'm not sure it's that fastening. So go ahead. Is anybody still awake out there? If if you go back to a year ago, and we were having this discussion or maybe a little bit more than a year ago. What the win when John skipper was around. I was going to bet that the SPN was gonna walk away from the NFL that they didn't see as as something that they really wanted. They were they were focused on growing sports like like, the NBA or or soccer of some sort one of the soccer leagues. But since Jimmy Petar came on board, the first thing that he wanted to do repair the relationship with the NFL we're seeing that the we're seeing that now with ABC going all for the NFL draft. I mean, I'm really interested to see how they how they do the NFL draft. I think that Kimmy the main thing has been to repair relationship. I think that their their schedule that they have the next Monday night is you know, probably better than they've had. In previous years. It still is the cable schedule. So it doesn't compare Sunday football. But it's it's a pretty pretty decent schedule with you know, good rivalry game. I DAL giants. Like, they have good sort of rivalry games in there. And I just think the difference this year, and we're ESPN is what you just said, they'll pay whatever it takes to get the Super Bowl skipper ESPN. They wouldn't have paid whatever it takes the Super Bowl. They would've had that. They would have that they had the leverage in the NFL show ABC to carry the Super Bowl that at some point. So it really is an interesting switch that's happened with with those two. The the the ESPN sort of POV and approached the NFL has changed dramatically. I think they did that obviously for business reasons. We'll see if they can sort still navigate that line between journalism on the NFL. And and being you know, an NFL rightsholder so far they've done a pretty good job. But we'll see we'll see what happens when that package know when that package comes up it the NFL the NFL bidding is going to be really really interesting to me, Johnny. You did mention the draft. That's my piece this week for the athletes, and I think they're going to do a great job on the draft..

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"That is the data's the wild card, and I would say this, Jim, you know, if I was going to bagels, I'm my place. A futures bet on ABC getting its first Super Bowl in the next ten years. I don't know what's going to happen. But and I would imagine NBC FOX CBS we try to push back on that. But the NFL could get a ransom. Some for me. ESPN in addition to the previous ransom sums that they've gotten if if ESPN's Lesch ABC could get its first Super Bowl ever. And I think they got a shot. I don't know if you've heard anything in terms of talking to you as PIN exects. But that that to me would be one. I think it'd be good for the NFL because I think he SPN would promote and market that unlike anything we've ever seen that company do, and I think the amount of money that they could get from Disney for a singular Super Bowl would be would be unbelievable. Well, you know, you have the NBA experience to for that as well. You know when the finals are on ABC. Stroh? And they you know, that's the they brought in twenty five twenty six twenty seven million if the if that's he's gets extended late. So I listen people are gonna watch. I mean, the Super Bowl is not going to go down in viewership. If it goes down if it's on ABC. The question is going to be how does the NFL feel about changing it Super Bowl rotation pattern? And you know, how would the other partners feel about essentially losing one game in that in that cycle? But we will see what will happen. I wanna talk to you about ESPN. Plus because that's obviously in terms of Jimmy Petar charges about at the top of the list and ESPN has acquired all sorts of rights if you're soccer fan. It's kind of been fascinating to watch them acquiring the available leagues all over the world, including Syria. They obviously have so much college inventory that they can put on there. They just have their you have si deal that they sign. You're going to be seeing fights on there. And it's very clear. Jim tell me if I'm wrong, but what they're trying to do is they're trying to maintain as many dollars as they can from the traditional cable model where they're paid over eight bucks per subscriber. While at the same time, creating this streaming service, which is most likely going to be their business in the future. And they're sure going try to. Do a very delicate dance of converting as many of those people who have cable ultimately over the SPN plus and figuring out a way where they don't lose. You know, multiple multiple multiple multiple multiple millions of millions of dollars as the court Carter's cut and then have other decisions to make whether they ESPN plus or whether they get Netflix. But it's very clear that Jimmy Petar must be must be deep in the weeds on ESPN..

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"And and so now he really has I think a relationship with ESPN and ESPN strategically. Situated in a way that he wants. So there's a lot to talk about in terms of twenty eighteen and what the Petar regime sort of was about this past year. And we'll get into what their biggest challenge. What what the biggest challenges for ESPN heading forward? But let let's talk. Let's focus on one specific thing. ESPN get sort of draped with a lot of narratives some true summer. Total bullshit. This is a truism. I'm about to say, it is very clear that that company made a decision to try to re how do I phrase this reset its relationship with the National Football League? There has always been tension between the ESPN and the NFL at times and you've written about this. I mean, you must you wrote a book about it, basically at times that relationship has been awful. There's probably many reasons for that, including at one point he SPN's, very choosing very aggressive reporting on the NFL, but Jimmy Petar came in. And he basically. He he he told his charges below him that he wants. And I'm sure this may be from a Disney thing they want this relationship, much better. They wanna be in the business of the NFL for a long time. And it's at least from the outside. Jim the optics of it seemed like it has gotten better. Everything coming out of both sides has been much more positive than ever before ESPN has made. It clear seems like they wanna be me NFL business for a long time. What has been your overview this year in of in twenty eighteen of the relationship between ESPN and the NFL and do agree with me? And that that narrative is a truism that that it seems like the relationship is much better as we hit December thirty first twenty eighteen than it was even December thirty first twenty seventeen. What are no doubt? I mean, look there were two. There are two big items placed on Jimmy Stewart step when he became president one was to make ESPN and ESPN the brand less political and two was to repair the damage or at least make the relationship between his PIN and the NFL as close as possible, particularly in advance of the Renault of new television rights for the NFL which begins probably in about a year, year and a half. And so I think that and then by the way parenthetically that's something that I are definitely wants to do is to keep stay in the NFL business. And I think it's fair to say that skipper really if it had been up to him alone..

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"I don't even move they sell rabbit ears anymore. But you know, what? I mean. Either read newspapers, I just I just love it experiment. If we could get like, you know, five of those octogenarian, NFL odors in room and say, here's something you don't understand at all. Yeah. And I'm just gonna put a number down though. This is a number and it it's it's a it's a billion number. I know you understand number. Yeah. You take this or do you not take this? And I think the answer is they're going to take it if it's fits multiple, you know, it's three two three four times they could get on ESPN for Monday night football. And they're gonna take of Korla meet let me bring this all the way around. Okay. ESPN which has been in football. What if they said we want Monday night football for the OT service only this too? In in. Here's a much much bigger. Check for it. And we'll share you guys with some of the data and all that stuff. I think that if I had to bet on the money and if about package, or Senator whatever I would bet that the oath Theus Pinot today is going to be one of the players in twenty twenty two. Yeah. Because at x one that's still real way. You get people to subscribe to that service. Because ultimately if it's good football games. People are gonna pay for that over anything else we have whether it's boxing baseball basketball. People are always gonna pay for football. Yeah. Can't Thirdly lining up the boat to get football. I mean, if not being if anything happened at ESPN last, I don't know eight to twelve months, it has been a complete recalibration of their position towards professional football and making nice with the league and they've been transparent about this. I mean, Jimmy Petar has been very outside about the fact that they want to make sure that good relationship a partnership. And that clearly seems designed to extend the relationship actually, I wanna talk about that. Let's take with brick. Let's take a break to talk about the New York Times crossword app. Nothing times crossword near crossword app. If you're listening to podcasts, you figured out smart ways to spend your time. Why just gave another one? The crossword app is a fun clever way to stay sharp everyday. There's new puzzle new opportunity to challenge yourself play. Now with the mini crossword. You can squeeze in a game just couple minutes. Each many puzzles stimulating quick and more important fun. Exclamation point fun play by yourself or challenge. A friends than post your.

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"What is management told you about the future of the jump Rachel, inasmuch as you can talk about that publicly, both short-term and long-term, whether it's Jimmy Petar or Connor shell or whoever have they said, you know, we like what you're doing. We think you're doing a great job. We see this lasting for a number of years. Can you give me any just sort of insight into what they've said to you in terms of in terms of having. Yeah, we haven't had any big sort of planning conversation about how long the show would run all the only back we've ever gotten his been super positive, which is cool and something that may not always be the case. But boy, it's nice now that it's happening, you know the show, and that's that's easy to see why the show has been super well received both in the league office and among the teams and among NBA fans, and we're grateful for that or aware of that every day and we feel responsible to all those segments. And that's why we try to, you know, when you say it was a smart show, basketball shorts, foreign basketball show. We take that really seriously, right? We we, we try really hard to make sure that we're being honest and straightforward about what we put on the air and and responsible to those groups of people every day. So I think if it's been happy with that, I think fans in the ratings have continued to climb. I mean, we are show that when it started, we were on just during the season and the show did so well that they made it year round and then the show did so well that they made it from a half hour to an hour. So we haven't got. Some big sort of long-term ten year plan from the bosses on on what they see for the show. But certainly the way everyone has talked about it's us has been has been nothing but positive, and we're going to keep working to make sure that that continues one of spin. The last segment here with you on a couple of very high profile interviews that you've done and to try to get some insight into that. How did the Jimmy Butler interview come about. Jimmy, you know, I, I've been interviewing Jimmy off and on since his rookie year. This is one of the cool things for me and been having had so many jobs at this point of remain BA a been, you know everything from newspaper writer covering the NBA. I've been a sports reporter covering the NBA. I've been sideline reporter covering the NBA. I'm now the host of the show covering the NBA all throughout I, I've done these kind of big, sit down interviews, but I've also done small sort of those things that you do either on the court right after the game where you know the two people are standing there and you just do the quick three questions or maybe that way into the stadium or that kind of thing. So you know, I, I've sort of done all the different things which is giving me a really great layered relationship with a lot of people around the league. Jimmy, someone who, you know, I've had one of those great layered relationships with a bunch of different gigs I've had. And you know, certainly when things flared up with him this summer I checked in with him, hey, what's going on? And we talked and he kind of explained to me where he was coming from, and I think those kinds of. Conversations or was really important for me to have fister off the record, casual conversations with players and teams and executives. I try to do that a lot because I'm on TV for our day talking about these guys. So it's important to be that I've talked to them right if I'm gonna comment on Jimmy Butler and situation of Minnesota, I want to have had a conversation with Jimmy billers can understand at least a little more where he's coming from. I wanna talk to people and find out where management is coming from and sort of have the whole scope. So I do stuff like that all the time. And as we were talking and you know his situation, Minnesota dragged out and it was obvious. He was not in training camp..

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Let's finish up with one last one. We'll sort of do this quick. Do you think how do you think things are gonna change under Jimmy Petar in terms of in terms of of journalism, especially with the NFL given that it's very, very important for ESPN or it has been important for US PIN to reset their relationship with the NFL which it seems like they have done in different facets, but you know, having worked sort of in the bubble there, do you? Are you concerned at all that that relationship resetting with the NFL maybe means less journalism on the NFL there? Well, I guess a lot of people would say that before he with the decision. Yippee instead of ended part and he brought a scope concussion, you know, research report and that was done in front line to, you know, I guess fairly new narrative if you will. I don't know exactly how that's gonna play out. I mean, certainly my relationship with Jimmy Petar is relatively new. You know, we didn't talk for the first time until I think maybe about a month after he was there. Partly, do you know my schedule? I wasn't there when he did his town townhall and I was traveling, you know, made it a point to I wanted to meet with him because as I some in our first meeting, I think it's fair that the person you're asked about the most probably before he even could get all your things in your office that I probably should come with. At this point, but, but you know, I think I think that people there are still they're still kind of trying to figure him out a little bit of indications. I've gotten everybody. I know that has with him has really liked him. I was very, I was very inspired and enthused by his energy, his bluntness. I really like that and he seemed like a really straight shooter. And so I think people were skipper. I mean, I know we were for a while. We're still using kind of the folksy charm of skipper and you know, kind of have personally, we get like in a way that was, you know, very endearing and charming and Jimmy's a little different and say, he's not personable in his own in his own way. It's just a different way in which they manage. But just like skipper. He has an open door policy everytime I emailed him or talk to him, like responded right away and getting this. When you're the head of of this kind of major networks. So I think he's it'd to content. He's obviously equally committed to understandably strengthening those brand and network brand league rather relationships. And you know, I guess, until I see his Gandhi to sit on a story or you know, enor- still gets fair to wonder if that's the case, but I haven't really seen that. I mean, I I haven't talked enough in a report to know like, have they just by. 'cause as editor, sometimes it was understood need not be have they just read the tea leaves and been like, you know what? I'm gonna be a little less aggressive because. With things about the NFL because I fear how this makes the in the brass with the brass..

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"You know, it's one thing to have shit show mentions from stuff. It's another thing when that happens. I do want to John. I want to just ask you something that's sort of plays a little bit into what rob said, but it's a larger thought and someone who writes about this and reports about this. You're the guy to ask has. Do you think Petar. Oh, while he might not be overtly telling the other people who work at ESPN who have been politically oriented on their feeds, what while they might not have been told specifically stop this, do you think now everything that has happened from the journal by out to. ESPN on ESPN media day talking about what they're going to do with the anthem. It seems to me that a message is really being sent to talent, even if there's not a direct sentence saying, do not go to this place anymore. John skippers gone this. This is a new era for you. I wouldn't. I wouldn't take it that far Richard, I think that they're compete leaves that that talent should be reading in all of this. But I think that you said it at the top of pot here where there are certain there are certain things that are just political in sports like the pro protesting during the national anthem. That's that's a, you know, are you going? Is everybody going to more that on all the talk shows? I highly doubt that. And I think that there are still certain people Bomani Jones jumps to mind who is able to sort of toll that line and do it in a way that I think is acceptable to. To his bosses at ESPN. And so I, I, I don't wanna there are there are obvious p leaves that are out there that that people should read into this, but I don't think it's as draconian as as your question was trying to to lead. Okay. I appreciate and it'd be happy about that. I mean, I hope that's the case for a lot of ESPN front facing people who I respect and and and I think should have the right to sort of voice their opinion on social media robbing getting this too. But one more for John John, I found it really interesting to read all the stories. Following ESPN's media day about ESPN not showing the national anthem. This is correct. This is basically not really a change in policy as Stephanie ruling one of their big VP's. There said they only showed it three times. So ESPN has never showed it. That said, when the president of your company goes out and makes the statement and says that I informed the NFL as a good partner that we're not doing this, that is news ESPN can claim it's not and and all the stuff. But like the second Jimmy Petar anybody says something it is what was really interesting to me. John was, I know for some other, I didn't really write a a, a lot about that a couple of sort of smaller things on that. But there were a couple of people who over the next day wrote very sort of long pieces about that. And I know that he SPN PR contacted them in in a what I would call an in a attempt to handle them or to or to not necessarily spin, but to like, let the writers know that they were sort of on. Notice so to speak of some of the things they wrote. This is one of those issues John that I feel ESPN is really sensitive to, and it's gonna be. It's gonna be a story over the next couple of months. I don't know if he SPN PR talk to you or somebody SP j. but. But my sense is that there are a little on edge of this and it all has to do with sort of what rob thought talked about a little bit earlier, the bully pulpit of the White House they are. They're, they're little intimidated by that, maybe rightly so, but they are. I think if pure was frustrated they invited, they had about thirty sports media reporters from Bristol to give him the dog and pony show up there. They, they're trying to move on from politics. They were trying to show like how ESPN going to grow. They're trying to take the whole narrative of the PIN over the past two years of declining to political organization and trying to turn it around..

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Are joining a chorus. Of, national security professionals now seeing President Trump's decision, be active security clearance, a former. CIA director John Brennan What are the president's harshest critics meanwhile must Trump says he has no. Regrets, about stripping. Brennan security clearance security is a very important very very important tremendously. Spot, grabbing the. President says he's not silencing brought, in by revoking his, security clearance I'm. Giving them a bigger voice many. People don't even, know who he is and now he has a bigger, voice and that's, okay. With me because I like. Taking on voices like that I've. Never respected him I've never, had a lotta respect the president is looking at wedding others with. Security clearance ESPN won't air the national anthem for the seasons Monday night football. Broadcasts when people tune into ESPN they're not. Looking for political coverage so says ESPN's new president Jimmy Petar speaking at the network's annual football media day on Friday he, added that the network doesn't generally broadcast the star spangled banner this season several players have. Already engaged in anthem protests the league had initially ordered everyone, to stand on the sideline when the anthem. Is played or remain in the? Locker room but that policy is on hold pending further negotiations between. The league and the players association, George, Washington high school football stadium has been evacuated, after gunshots rang out during a practice football game itself Florida Palm Beach county sheriff's officials said two people were injured in the gunfire during the game at Palm, Beach central high, school The victims were not identified and their conditions were, not known a group of students got into a fight during the game one of the. Victims was found on school property and the second victim.

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Postal worker gets big surprise: Snake on the mailbox

Beyond Reality Radio

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Postal worker gets big surprise: Snake on the mailbox

"Rain snow sleet even barking dogs are, fine but a Kansas postal worker had to draw the line when he found a red tail boa constrictor draped over a, mailbox the Kansas City star reports that the letter carrier was delivering mail. Friday In overland park Kansas City suburb the huge snake, was on the mailbox on, the front port. Animal control workers wrangled the snake the mail. Was not

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Part of a sport for the next decade or so that's that's an interesting question john because you know turner obviously has the champions league so they have to promote global soccer i'm not sure how much they're going to do on the world cup but to me john i'll stick with you here i think he spn goes big they they they i think can steal a little bit of the not a little bit i think they could steal a lot of the audience in the runup to the world cup and again this is my sort of perspective but i think it's an honest and true perspective i think more people in the country trustee espn with global soccer coverage than they do fox and i think they can trade off their remarkably terrific remote productions of previous world cups to at least be a destination place in terms of all the information and all the run up to the world cup and then yeah people are going to watch fox because fox has the games but i think espn could could get a lot of audience in the shoulder programming both in terms of the run up to the world cup and actually during the world cup i would go head to head with fox and put my own world cup post game shows on and try to compete with box for audience i think that if john skipper were the president and he loves soccer and he he was devoted to to paying for soccer that that would have been more likely i don't know yet with jimmy petar at the at the helm what his view of soccer is sort of what disney's corporate us soccer is and and and so i i don't know and i think that's something to take a look at i do think that for casual viewers i think you're talking about hardcore fans for casual viewers though they'll be watching the game and then they'll stay for whatever post game show you know is on fox after that i mean if i if i were programming espn i've let go ahead and let fox have that and and do what you're good at which is you know baseball coverage basketball coverage you know whatever happens the becoming during that time john i'm going head to head betty yeah.

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Espn plenty of people inspire kids mike they go oh my god mike golic and mike golic junior they're gonna play their hearts out for you guys now wait a minute you're gonna expect us to show up and room for you what about the other team who maybe listened to the show and are saying wait a minute the codes are rooting against us now i got eight nine and ten year old kids crying what is that all about you don't really care about those they're going to be the losers in this situation we're about winters on this show just send a text message jimmy petar we're going to get this he's the president of this fine company is doing some great things around here we're going to get this on espn plus get set out there horford youth baseball championship batch coming your way espn you're setting yourself up for a loss in the quarter talking about the final it would be like miracle on ice type upset like if we lose the quarters i'm telling you i will you just show up is the empire like it's an areco palazzo thing and naked the national that's amazing well congrats to you know you sound like you're running a kind of a tough ship their listen holy smokes alert okay trials and tribulations request you what's fun winnings fine guys did i forget the orange slices let's win patriot way of little league baseball are these kids actually having fun while let me say this now on average i'd say i have about two or three kids crying every game now it's not through my demeaning vociferous ways themselves they strike at least start crying so that i can be a big softie arm around let's okay guys but deep inside i'm feeling so i just said all guy saying it's okay to have its baseball game a failure hang in there what are you going to move this kid next time struggling healthy scratch coach's decision oh my god dude relax listen i smoke i reward them when the incentives are there you get to brett's point it's twenty pitches per got some like eight ten year out seth confidence it's a.

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on PTI

PTI

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on PTI

"It pardon the interruption but i'm mike will on it's global loved date oni name three things use lot i'm tony kornheiser puppy dogs ice cream he spn president jimmy petar alled you know well that is that is prohibit habsi the worst suck up moved now they history of the this celtics show got really eighty three points met from terry our rose zere new presley i haven't alho met him horford yet in i haven't jayson met tatum we'll bon should we stop dowding the celtics and start doubting the sixers you're the one down the celtic i haven't in boy now what they don't have is true they don't have that piece what they have they have our hor for who's a two way player who also plays terrific defense on anybody he's against it there's no shack out deer either lived in a long tall studs in the nba al horford kin guard them terry rosia is a guy that dinnie age just get enough credit for some of these things terry rozier euboea one of them jason tatum being another dalen brown is going to come back i don't doubt the subject as i told you if this goes to a seven so this on the air yesterday i'll pick the celtics i'm still staying with the sixers or six four now because this is a series with the sixers in the celtics even though it is not the kinder series that we remember because it doesn't have that star power just yet i'm going to go back for a history lesson okay i'm going to go back to two thousand and one when the philadelphia seventy sixers win the fines.

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Because it's something obviously they can market given gruden's relationship to them so they were happy and as john you've written probably better than anybody espn screwed with that monday night schedule for years it's the first i've seen in a couple years where at least on paper in my opinion it's markedly better than what they've gotten before yeah it seems better but let's be honest it's the worst one of all the packages of that out there so what i find to be interesting it's almost like you know after several years it's like okay we're going to get what we can get and we'll get whatever crumbs we get i mean what what if pan really wanted and set out was was for john gruden's i game which is you know late night oakland game it wasn't you know the patriots versus you know the the packers anybody or cow or cowboys versus the packers you know it was just sort of like a neat story that was out there which is sort of instructive how the nfl views monday night football strike about how hispanics is now view monday propose a place in the nfl john do and burke magnus was very quick to say that you know one he said your article about it yes pin sort of relationship with the nfl was correct and they're obviously taking some means to try to repair that very frosty relationship including jimmy petar the new president meeting with roger goodell and multiple nfl executives so i don't think he connect the dots to like espn got a better schedule because you know the relationship among the executives are better at the same time john do you.

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Fair point adrian which naski dan wetzel those people who all worked under jimmy petar obviously they've they're journalistic shops speaking themselves art couple of things here before we leave teaser pockets john how important is monday night football as a property in your opinion to spn i don't think it's usually i don't think it's hugely important i mean it's it's the probably the second biggest thing they have to the college football playoff it's a series of brings in a lot of yours but i don't think i don't think he has pm necessarily needs it and i think that you know that everybody always said when you say they pay two billion a year well a lot of that money goes for highlights rights and highlights well now you get highlights everywhere on every platform so that completely devalued that i think that that negotiation is going to be the most interesting negotiation and see where it goes i i would bet that he has being's gonna gonna keep it but it's so far in the so far in the future that it's it's impossible to handicap it's interesting chad let's let's take the one talent evaluation on monday night football and they obviously have to come up with a who they're going to have is their analysts think it's very clear that joe tests tours going to be the person when it comes to to play by play so how important is that chad once upon a time that monday night football booth was super important you know howard cosell don meredith excetera now i wonder given sort of what john just said can you get away with a couple in house people like matt hasselbeck louis riddick and and just see how that bakes over the next couple of years or is it still paramount to land you know your own version of tony romo.

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Do you think i'm curious how you think the nfl use espn as opposed to how we always think about it how does he spn view the nfl i think you're asking that question in terms of can espn give the same sort of promotion that everybody always talked about you know promotion during the day promotion on sportscenter but i'm gonna flip that around espn right now pays double of what any other broadcast network pays so if all of a sudden you bring in amazon let's say amazon offers two billion dollars well shouldn't fox be more at a at risk there because they're what they pay for sunday afternoon pales in comparison i mean they pm pays a lot of money and i find it hard to believe that the network that pays the most money is going to be network that the nfl turns its back on i think that they would be able to find something for the nfl and that they don't necessarily want to you know marketing prowess that he spn brings just want the money that he has brings and espn a show that that's more than anybody else chad is someone obviously has been covering spn for a long time when it gets into these stories like you mentioned the seth were sham don van natta when they go inside the owners room and sometimes real stuff that is not flavorful to certain owners how much how much is that going to stay the same you think or how much does that change under jimmy petar the one thing that was clear and we will eventually get into skipper when we come back and full and do now or two hours on all this the one thing about john skipper for everything else is that he did care about journalism he funded grantland funded the undefeated he was champion of a lot of the journalists that were there he paid them a lot of money i always thought that as long skipper was president of the spn journalism would had a pretty big role at at that place i don't know jimmy petar well enough to know how he stands on this what's what's your read at least initially in terms of you think we're still going to see these kind of stories about the nfl.

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Porting journalistically on the league but with the with the nfl's upset about is the stuff about jerry jones stuff that the wickson now natta right they're they're big features that always tend to expose something you didn't know about the league unusually unfavourably so that seems like where they're real fundamental issue is and they've they've leveraged that against the league with what they've done with the draft and against the fan with what they've done with the draft and i don't know how you supposed to respond to that unless they wanna give journalism altogether when they make this this league that they're you know in partnership with i couldn't agree more with chad i think that the idea of of repairing a relationship isn't kowtowing it's just it's just communicating and i think that you know espn they did tough stories when george bodenheimer was president they did tough stories earlier in john skippers rain there it was really just toward the end that john skipper of he just tired of it you know and and and he was more focused on soccer and basketball than than on the nfl and that irritated the nfl i think jimmy petar it somebody that likes the nfl and and really wants to sort of repair it which doesn't doesn't mean not doing those stories wanna stick with you and this and chad just weighing after john does but as we head forward how much how much is the nfl needy spn in twenty eighteen versus maybe what they might have needed for me spn and twenty ten and two thousand and five i understand from the part about repairing the relationship you know this presumes that they want to continue with monday night football etc but there's a lot of new players in the market and i'm curious as to if the nfl had another player amazon youtube netflix who decided to pony up the same amount of money or more that he spn would.

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Can only back into vada now i bring this up for two reasons one your thoughts about that and to and i hate to be captain cold water to your problem get well we knew that this is this is something i worry about because now this goes across the nation what are the odds of any college somebody trying to win fluence the kids the saying hey do something sinister and i will pay you this that's something that sticks in my mind so i'd like to ask if you can comment on both of those obviously you know the entire sporting world keeping their eye on on the supreme court in the ultimate the ruling in the decision so making the ramifications you of that again you know college is part of it but it's going to impact protecting your packs every sport as we know it today and i think the integrity you know the the integrity of the competition i think anybody who's in sports whether you talk to me you talked to mike carey she talked to conference commissioners you talked to roger goodell you talked to adam you know gary bettman you know you you know rob manfred the integrity of the competition and protecting the integrity of the competition is actually is absolutely sacrosanct and anything that infringes upon that you can be can be very very could be damaging to to any sport or all sports i just want to clarify that too i'm just bringing a blabbing what if scenario obviously we know of no college today that is through that scenario just wanted to bring that up there so right john how big a task how would you describe the task that jimmy petar faces stepping in for john skipper at espn gammy jimmy inherits a company and i think the report mike mark twain right yeah the reports of espn divisor or way way way way way premature espn's the best sports brand out there espn is an enormously successful company challenges that he spn face or not unique dsp n do they face they face every media company and that's the owners obviously been some cord cutting no question subscriber loss feels the impact of that more than others because of the fees that generate on a monthly basis but the company still incredibly incredibly successful as a terrific portfolio.

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"jimmy petar" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy petar" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"A twitter was like a little brighter writer what is that there was a lot of scarring around and what it is it some a sort of a solution that is being bandied around hollywood so maybe a year but really hasn't hasn't really until last night go any real traction which is the idea of big alias actors people with real bargaining power butler and power in hollywood to dictate that contract terms to say as part of my contract and agreeing to do this one of my requirements as as equity parity within within within the costing of the film and the crew said that inclusion and best efforts made towards hollering at diverse both in gender and race and you know in many ways diverse crew and cost and the the question really is now how'd you define that you know what is what is going to be a company's best efforts to ensure that hiring i'm told that the the push really isn't have a quota but to have a real change in hollywood and it seems that that's really kind of guinea traction you know you're already having beating actors like brie loss and come out and say that she is going to be committed to having that and her contract and it's something that the most powerful women in hollywood cando and quickly last question we have about a minute left jimmy petar o likely to be chosen as the new head of espn quick thoughts it's been a huge topic of of go to the run hollywood like who's going gonna be taking over this rule he's got a big job on his hands to turn around espn it's been at the center of a subscriber decline and also the target of president trump's tweets a lot of the time because it's also be the platform for political protest with the kneeling of players so he he culturally could cement division contribute products division that was also has also had a troubled patch but he says he's a big watcher of the of the network espn and he's got to take their on and also a streaming service that disney wants and all that that's going to be imported them five dollar amount that streaming service polemics anew chefs cikuli for us from the heart of the entertainment industry la thank you so much for joining us that does it for this edition of bloomberg technology reminder we're live streaming on twitter or check us out at technology.

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