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"mike pearl" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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"mike pearl" Discussed on NFL Live
"Floyd little, a great Broncos back. Paul westfall, who had a tremendous mark on the NBA. Tommy Lasorda, a great man of character, Don Sutton a great pitcher. Ted Thompson, who had a huge role in making the packers what they are today. Hank Aaron, a man who was as accomplished off the field as he was on the field, which is saying something, what a tremendous man what a tremendous loss. My friend Tony Jones, the former Broncos, offensive tackle, what a great guy he was. Larry King, while I listened to growing up, just incredible. John Cheney, Leon Spinks, Chris westling, from NFL media. Pedro Gomez, from ESPN a pro, he's mister tremendously. Marty schottenheimer, great NFL coach Torres paler, a man who lost his life way before he should have a guy who had greatness in front of him. Just tremendous. The great NFL receiver Vincent Jackson. Lewis nicks the third irv cross, a trailblazer on NFL pregame shows. Mike pearl, another pregame show legend. Mark pavlich, a part of the U.S. Olympic gold medal hockey team, Marvin aguer. Great boxer. Elgin Baylor, Howard schnellenberger, Ben Dwight, great official. Cole Brennan, former Hawaii and NFL quarterback. Joe valerio, the man who created the sports reporters, the first show that I ever did on ESPN, he invited me on. And I might not be in the spot, I am today. We're not for the great joval area. Jim fossil. Who was a former NFL high coach for the Giants who was an offensive coordinator for the Broncos when I was in Denver who coach John Owen college. Many conversations with Jim a great man. Terry Donahue, Alex Gibbs, the former Broncos offensive line coach. A man I loved. Man who had so much life loved that guy. Bismarck. Greg nap, another former Broncos assistant coach who lost his life way before he should have JR Richard..
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"mike pearl" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Than ever. And i'm guessing i'm guessing that's how wessler kind of circled on him. Let me just ask you this. And i know this is before your arrival but i think it's helpful entree into it but and i don't want to overly focus on on on jimmy the greek but i'm curious to as you're working with wessler when you sort of what did wessler seeing this guy versus a other sort of in the quote unquote gambling rally and the number to the controversial move of bringing somebody who's essentially legitimizing gambling. Obviously legal in in vegas in nevada at the time but nowhere else that a big deal. The greek had had moved to miami and in miami met. Mike pearl and mike pearl As i mentioned was a great producer and he wound up Producing the greeks radio spots Besides the three hundred newspapers that the greek had common. The greek became so popular yet. A like a five minute radio show. That was also syndicated. And he micro got along famously for all. I'd seen what a tremendous bigger than life character. The greek was. And how no matter where he went. People wanted to talk to him and they didn't feel like they couldn't say hey greek what he had now Or what do you think about the dolphins. This week The greek was a tremendously likable guy. And when mike curl came to. Cbs the greek wanted to bring a commercial l. productive l. productive. Those cigars to the nfl today where he would be The spokesperson for it and Thirty second ad wash where met him through that and realized What a tremendous asset. He could be washed. There wasn't worried about the nfl. The nfl forbade any talk about point. Spreads rowsell went before congress that year and and guaranteed congress that this wouldn't happen he. He told congress. You don't have anything to worry about. Only two percent of our viewers actually bet on the games. Well want beano cook her that he's you know said well if that's true they all live on my block well Great joined the cast in seventy six and you wind up having four people with tremendous personalities and some of them were very explosive. The show was incredibly incredibly successful to start with. No america. never seen anything like this before besides going live and besides having all these different personalities and people of color and and a woman for the first time luster had previously said that tv sports become a male ghetto and he wanted An opportunity to get get women involved in the show and he didn't want them just sitting at home opening beer cans for their husband. He wanted them interested in phila- stewart in her personality profiles. Got them interesting. The nfl today expanded the audience. Not only for its own show but for pro football and its entirety and it really helped the nfl. Overtake baseball's.
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"mike pearl" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Host of this newfangled. Newly rechristened nfl today. And nine hundred seventy five and extraordinary right just kind of built for the job Born into it if you will brent musburger was a sportscasters. Sports caster and the chief ringleader. Frankly four three other amongst three other personalities that You know in many cases sort of kinda needed a little direction once in a while. One of which was a guy by the name of jimmy. The greek snyder A A character to say the least a gambler through and through and was frankly the avatar for what is now you kids today the sort of a now blending of betting with pro sports now you have to remember back in the nineteen seventies. There was sort of winking and nodding You know Admission not admission. That gambling was part of the sports culture and nfl games specifically But of course it was never legal in any way shape or form except in las vegas but that didn't stop oddsmakers and various personalities no more larger than life. Then this jimmy. The greek snyder character. Who literally brought sort of that sort of betting. If you will sensibilities frankly. I learned the word when i was growing up. The word intangibles member jimmy the greek when he would go through that sort of tote board of like what to look for with brent as they went through game by game what to look for in getting that sort of quarterback betting edge those last called intangibles. I never know what the hell that meant. But i soon learned. It was all those sorts of things didn't neatly fit onto Either offensive or defensive stats and that kind of stuff another person and a high wattage high-voltage one that was not only somebody not frame that realm of sports but just an absolute a gorgeous distraction and attraction a former miss america at that her name. Phyllis george did. She know much about sports. No not really football certainly not but she was a breath of fresh air and a wonderful balance to these Sports guys want sports. Caster of one sort of abetting guy and sheep brought the sort of element of features and softer side of the game. And and frankly made the show a lot more accessible to tip to women and people get more casually Attracted to the nfl and a and a wonderful personality in her own right now. She left a couple years replaced by another gorgeous Woman and and miss america herself. Jane kennedy we get into that story with rich too. But then phyllis came back in one thousand nine hundred eighty and and sort of wrote along with the show for for years thereafter. But make no mistake. She was certainly part of the mix as well and last but certainly not least an actual. Gosh darn football player. Somebody who actually had experience on the field and probably the quietest most a stable of all these personalities the glue if you will the show and somebody probably frankly with the most insightful understanding of the game itself irv cross former philadelphia eagle standout pro football hall of famer he and who after the nfl today Went onto a A stellar career in collegiate athletics administration but Irv cross i think sort of the unsung hero of this show we call them fearsome foursome of this nfl. Today they reigned for a good tan almost fifteen years and truly recast what The idea of a pre-game show should look like. And you heard the excitement and brent musburger voice you know going live To each individual game and get people setup. It became an event and make no mistake as we'll get into our conversation with rich and just a few moments not everybody. Everybody got along with each other at every single moment of of of those broadcasts because these are all strong personalities. But that's what made it watchable television. That's what made made it a must see kind of a thing. You never kinda really knew what was going to happen. How combustible it might be And for those who lived through it in the nineteen seventies and early in one thousand nine hundred the nfl today on cbs. Was the pre-game show to watch. We're gonna get into the history. The story of it with one of its head writers And frankly just a wealth of knowledge. I mean this guy knows everything and then some amazing tidbits rich podolsky and the book. It's coming out next week folks. Get your pre-ordered now or order it now. Depending on when you're listening it's called. Well you can probably imagine you are looking live. How the nfl today revolutionized sports broadcasting. This is a fun conversation. You're gonna learn so much. Get your pens and paper ready because there's going to be so many tidbits that you've never heard of before and this is it's only scratching the surface of what's in store for you when you get this book. Our conversation with rich fedotowsky coming up in one and a half moments time you will enjoy this Let's see a sponsor this week. Let's go with all right. Let's go to south west missouri showy. Hey judd it's your turn judd lascher here you go. It's four seventeen helmets collectible helmets and more four. Seventeen helmets dot com. That's four one. Seven helmets dot com and i like the name implies friends you've got to check out the site for seventeen album dot com. It is the treasure trove of all treasure troves many helmets of football from all kinds of pro leagues both current and of course in glorious past. We're talking world football league. We're talking to the united states football league. We're talking united football league. 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We'll see what happens in the next year or two. But whatever i digress. Let's waste no more time enough with this. Nc double a college game. Let's talk about the nfl and let's talk about the nfl today and let's talk about the nfl today on cbs with the author of the great and fascinating and must get book. You are looking live. Here's our conversation with rich petoskey that we had just last week. Sit back enjoy. This is a fun one here comes enjoy in one thousand nine hundred seventy five. I was covering the miami dolphins for the palm beach. Post and I got a call. One day that My parents had been in a car accident and That they were both in the hospital. And i had to leave that job by been covering the dolphins for a few years Through the super bowl Sort of their second super bowl and It was a great job and One of the people. I got to know real well The job was beano cook. Who was the public relations director. Talk time legendary legendary legendary cook. Yes and I i had to leave the job. Go back to philadelphia Unfortunately my father passed away. Two days later It was his third heart attack My mother had Multiple injuries and was in the hospital for over a month in rehabilitating for six months after and It was basically my job to take care of her since my sister. was living in texas So that that's where all this started. i wound up after She was going her own for a little while. I was able to go out and get a job with the suburban daily and i stayed in touch with being. Oh you know was my lifeline Swirled me with his stories about abc sports and about the gr- great world of college football And the television part of it how he had been able to convince. Abc sports to move the texas arkansas game from the first schedule game of the year and until december because he told them that they would play for the national championship and they did with nixon presenting Trophy to the winner So being was a great friend and a great lifeline and he told me he was going back to public relations and he was going to take a job with a show called the superstars which was created by dick button though superstars. Some of your of people Fans might remember was a show that featured star athletes Who were competing in a bench that they were not a professional and For example Joe joe frazier was there Among ten athletes and he ran track and he Did a anything but box Apparently he did not swim very well on that show But that. That's the main idea pete. Rose played tennis things like that. Yeah we we. Actually she had Kyle rote junior on earl about two years ago. Fantastic story he's a multi winner of that show Soccer player and really fascinating stories. There hopefully not. It was a great conversation. I if fantastic Event so they know Was doing public relations or publicity poor that show which was taped in florida. I wrote rotunda florida which was Housing development there. I guess they were trying to sell homes and he called me. I was in philadelphia Where i was living with my mother and he called me and said Barry frank just took over as the new head of cbs sports Berry frank listen executive that work with beano in ten years at abc sports and he said. I think barry's going to hire me to do publicity for cbs. And if that happens. I'm gonna convince button hire you To do the publicity job. That i i said great. I'd love to get involved in television one way or another and that happens. He brought me and dick button really had no choice. The way being presented and He hired me Button was partners with the people at img who were producing the show the superstars and it was It was really a great fun for me and a terrific job and I knew A ton of sports writers and i was able to call them and get Material done for the show and stories. And i got to meet don almir. Who was a great great producer. Went on to become a great executive at both. Abc and nbc. Later years and almira was producing the superstars and he was kind enough to let me go in the truck and watch what he did and then when they got all the tapes back to new york he allowed me to come into the studio and watch him at it. And in those days there was no digital. When you edit a piece of tape you had to guess where it started and then where it ended and then to go back and forth until you finally got the right arts To start and finish it. It was tedious. Process and almira was a genius at the editing In fact i in the book. I i mentioned that they had a a show called bad all the networks stars which was a take off on the superstars where they had A stars from all three networks trying Pathetic events and it was kind of a fun show to watch these people try to compete And omar open the show with a helicopter view of Three lines of limousines coming from three different directions. All meeting at this one Battle battleground of the three networks. Pepperdine university in malibu right. Yeah it was an amazing opening and only almir was creative enough to come up with it So i got my taste of television. I absolutely loved it and I wanted more and One day while. I was on the job there for about three months You know Got in touch with me and said they need a new writer. Cbs and i'm gonna convince them to hire you know. I had no experience writing anything for television us. You know other than public relations. pieces show One thing led to another. I got the interview. My the the articles that i sent in in the past where good enough i actually won an keystone award. Which was the pennsylvania. Publishers award for best sports story the year and earlier in the seventies So i i had some good things that me when had communications at cbs. Sports was doing the interviewing and that along with A and Mike pearl was the producer of the nfl today We knew each other from Miami and the dolphins and he recommended me as and In fact i wouldn't have to be writing copy for the nfl today. And he said he was fine with that so I wound up getting the job. Almost by default and It was an incredible thrill for a guy like me to to be working on sports television. And that was june. One thousand nine hundred seventy seven. When i got to. Cbs sports now the nfl today. Show that i write about it. Took a dramatic. Turn in nineteen seventy five when bob wessler took over as a cbs sports and he brought in mike curl from wto vga in miami to Be the producer and to to put it together. Yeah and you want to talk about next. Yeah well i mean so much impact there but but yes so seventy five right obviously a couple years before. You're you arrive on the scene. I think it's it's not unimportant to kind of sort of Emphasize just how significant a change. It was it was it was essentially. Kind of reinvented pre-game show from earlier. Shall we say more primitive approaches. Where live became more of the dynamic and a wraparound kind of style which was at that time in seventy five quite quite new and fresh right and frankly unproven well before. Nineteen seventy five. The only thing that was live where the games themselves all the pregame shows were shot Days in advance. And all the announcers were middle aged white man and was lers Really vision Was not only to have a live pre game show but to have tremendous diversity as well he wanted a three krahn announced teen to be co hosts and in so doing he brought in the first woman ever a live show that was phyllis george former marica and she wound up partying partying the red sea for women. Broadcasters after her He then also brought in herbs cross to be the first person of color on this type of show are had previously been the first person of colored as an analyst on nfl games. And and the third person he. I was the incomparable brent. Musburger so we brought in from The chicago's wbz b. m. which was Wa- slurs previous job for cbs. He was the general manager of the chicago. Tv station there and he was well familiar with brilliant musburger. What's now The interesting thing was it wasn't until a year later. That was there had the nerve goal and the audacity. Add to that. Cast jimmy the greek snyder to talk about gambling and the talk around point spreads The greek was already a celebrity Going back to the forty s in nine hundred forty eight. He had won a million dollars. bedding on harry truman. He had fifty thousand dollars which was a hell of a lot of money. Then on bet. Fifty thousand on truman at twenty to one odds and when truman won the election against Governor dewey of new york Made national news. When walter winchell who was probably the most powerful media person in the country wine on his radio and said Mr mrs north and south america. And all the ships at say the big winner besides harry. Truman was a young greek boy. Twenty nine year old. Jimmy snyder from steubenville ohio. Who won a million dollars betting on truman. Now that was the first time anybody in the country heard of jimmy. The greek and the reason. He did that. I know going off on a tension here. This is great but the reason he did that was about a month. Prior to the election. He was shaving and his sister snowed is the she said. Why are you growing a mustache. Women hate mustache is it reminds them of hitler and he said oh. That's interesting and then the next thing he did is he turned around and looked at the front page of the newspaper. And there was a big picture of governor. Dewey and all the greek saw was dili's mustache and it hit him that my god do we might lose that because women More women voted than men and the next thing he did is he hired three women to go out into who kinda raw kind of research outside the a and p in steubenville Any new ohio was a major state As far as the elections go and he found out that out of five hundred women Interviewed that there were only about a hundred. That actually like men with mustaches. Most of the rest of them did not so he He went out and did a little more research. Spent a little more. Money confirmed all this and then he went to new york. A lindy's restaurant famous for cheesecake. Where damon runyon. And all the bookies hung out in the forties and he wound up betting with three different bookies getting odds anywhere from seventeen to twenty two to one on tournament and when i asked him why he took the seventeen to one odds he said a friend guaranteed me that guy would pay so so and wound up. They all paid the greek At enormous amount of money. I mean a million dollars. It's probably worth about three hundred million today He blew some bit on oil wells but then he went out to las vegas and open up some Bookie shops Sports betting with which we call today and He was extremely successful I'm one of the reasons. He was so successful as he made the best numbers in las vegas. Probably the best numbers in the country. Betting numbers that is And a little while after this one. The kennedy took over in the early sixties. Ob- kennedy was the attorney general. He went after. Sam giancana and the mafia had little success nailing them and decided he had to do something and he wound up Getting jimmy the greek for talking on the phone across state lines and discussing point spreads. Now what simply happened was a friend of his from utah called and wanted to know jimmy. What some opinion will be on the utah utah state gate and when jimmy gave him a spread that he thought would be fair. They soco. They they arrested him. They took away his gambling license and He was he was out in the cold and had to find something to make a living. He walked into the las vegas sun. Jank greenspan was the editor and He convinced greenspan should let him write a column with his numbers man to man numbers on football and baseball and basketball and The column became so popular. It got syndicated and over three hundred newspapers. And by the early and mid seventies. The greek was more popular.
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"mike pearl" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac
"I'm not gonna explain that we're just going to going to move on a quote from bobblehead. All right let's see here more to this is thing you wanna hear the rest. Yes please continue. Distance saying yeah. Ios fifteenth coming. Okay but he also said gives about what he thinks will be in. Iowa's fifteen thinks it'll be very focused around new device privacy protections and it will include notification lockscreen changes and potentially a revamped. I message feature set. He thinks the privacy is gonna be a main focus and theme of tim. Cook's keynote and also says. Gee whiz no kidding there's gonna be mac. Os watch os ipad os tv os. Once again yes. I think that's fairly safe to predict but is the final little bit from his report. He thinks that apple dropped some quote unquote breadcrumbs about future. Products includes a long-awaited apple glass. Headset summer. Twenty twenty two hard say twenty twenty two and a possible apple car twenty twenty four. I can't wait to see that apple bread crumb breadcrumbs greasy oil stein president. That's very last century. Leander the it's going to be a solar panel on the bottom. This is like a lotta ridiculous nonsense. Think that we work on apple car. They're gonna like you know show so something off mean as much as i would be in pure ecstasy. I mean pure ecstasy. I mean i you know. I don't think the happen. i could seems a little. I could see them mentioning at some point mentioning apple glasses of product that they're going to release a while you know. Because i mean they've done that with other things radio do breadcrumbs. Do they have a apple's never ever done that. It's either like it's either a full reveal not you know. I don't know what he means by breadcrumbs. Look like little teases. The things that are gonna come around. I will park is gonna sit out in the garden by the you know the pond and they've got some ducks and he's going to be chuck in some chips. Are we talking about apple car or are we talking about the mix reality headset here. Both just don't believe any of this. I can see them teasing mixed reality headset because it seems like there is a lot of smoke around that and we had professional reporter. Alexey heath report on the on the prototype and everything we know how professional he is so it seems like they're further along with the mixed reality headset. And if you're going to announce a new product that clearly you're going to need to give developers access to this whole talking about that but on the going to prevail it fully or not. You know what i mean. Oh yeah. I get what you're saying. Yeah it would seem like they would have to reveal it fully. Not not just say. Hey this is on the way then move on. And if they're going to leave it fully. I mean this is such a big new paradigm. they would have to devote the whole thing to that. Wouldn't they or at least a good chunk of it. Well maybe they will. I mean that might be what happens although if they were going to do that then they probably wouldn't release new map pros the same time so. Yeah so i'm kind of leaning towards now we're going to get we're going to get all of the says updated which always feels like christmas to me. I love seeing all the new features. And it makes your hardware fuel new again with all these features pouring in for all for all across all your devices and then at the end. Oh here's a map of pros. Here's the mac mini pro which fi the way i believe i believe i was the first to coin the phrase mac mini pro. And i probably mentioned this three months ago. I've been seeing some of the tech press. Start to use the name that i coined i just want to point that out and let them know that. There's no hard feelings if you want to take my analysis integrated into your own work. I mean i would appreciate a courtesy of elijah if you want to ruin fine if not no hard feelings. Yes louis what. Well that's also pretty far out on a limb mac mini pro. I don't think it's that far out man. They're going to be so so clearly. There delineating their hardware into more of a consumer grade and then the pro grade stuff. I mean if you look at the the. I'm was always kind of on the line. It was extremely powerful. It can be used by a pros for video editing and that type of thing and then you look at what they did with the new mac and they really took it down in some ways and made it more of a consumer product with the colors. The m one is the same chip using their mac book. Air and clearly. They're working on a larger version according to bloomberg which will probably have the or something. So you're gonna have the pro line over here. And then the consumer grade line over here and the mac mini has the it. So why not have the m one x mac many pro and have a pro version of the little mac that everyone loves and the only reason that i feel like the only reason that people have never taken the the mackney because the gp has really been horrendous start but if they would add a legitimate gp they gave the mac mini pro. The hearts of the mac pro quote unquote and sold it without a monitor for smaller price. I think that would be a massive hits especially with developers video editors who don't necessarily need the screen and the bells and whistles of the quote unquote pro and just want a cheaper option. They could use what their existing peripherals and their monitors. I think that's a win win. And i'm not an apple marketing manager but if i were i'd be sending a memo saying give the people what they want how. 'bout kaminsky lewis. I think it's just more like the name. I mean the name i the pressure of the products possible the name names. Great mac mini pro and then mac pro. How many other options are there. Mac mini super air pro. Max i hope they don't go that that's just like many many parole many many mac pro. Max almost whatever order you put it in right. Probe isn't their word. Many mac when you read something. The same ford is backward at the pal andrew. Yeah well it'll be if it's mac. Pro pro mini mini mini. Mike pearl drum right. Yeah this is the kind of hard hitting journalism people for you. Hear about the mac pro. Many pro on bloomberg is on the verge all right. Well let's see here as anything else. That story louis walls to death. Yeah it's it's been dead for ten minutes so let's let's quickly move on and never speak of this conversation again. So let's talk about. Where are we now okay. So let's talk about iowa's like as i mentioned. I don't wanna get you. I don't wanna get too excited here because we don't know exactly what we're getting fifteen which i can say. Historically is not unusual. We don't often know exactly what we're getting with we. We often know more about hardware for some reason. Because there's no leaks coming out of apple in omaha busters coming out of the supply chain but anyway okay so there we go so browser mode why interactive widgets might be the best improvements in. Iowa's fifteen so. I love interactive widgets. I use them all the time. One of my favorite additions to iowa but they they haven't built it out nearly as much as they should have. And i'm hoping and it seems like in this version of ios. We're going to get much more in in that realm. So let's just dive into the story..
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"How old were you when you first fell in love with minus thirty two three two. What was it that you glommed onto. Right away had shiny shoes. I saw him in a bar. And i looked at him and he just finished successfully trying a murder case says defense attorney and it was in the newspaper so mike pearl from the new york post. Who's the crime. Reporter was interviewing me and she came walking into the bar. Seeing me surrounded by these lawyers one of whom was our boss and came right up to me in the middle of the interview. Put her finger in my face and said and who is this. The middle of the plighted. I thought he was able to make an impression which he did. And i said lady please get your finger out of my face middle of an interview and she did and we went out for dinner that night and we saw each other every single night thereafter. So that's how to get to you. I'm telling you put your finger on my easy. I actually had to drag him to the older i did. He really had no intention of getting married. He had no intention of divorcing. He and his former wife was separated floor about three or four years but he had no intention of divorcing was a very good thing he could he could get laid he could say. I can't get serious. i'm married. I said after a year. I want to see the divorce in the paper or don't call me anymore.