It’s a podcast bowl game, of sorts, and Bryan Curtis from The Ringer joins Brian this week at the IACS 11th Summit on Communication and Sport. Bryan, who is The Ringer’s editor-at-large, compares the conference to the Final Four or the combine and talks about some of the interesting research he saw this past weekend.
Bryan and Brian (it’s not confusing) talk about the state of sports journalism and sports media. What do you do when the villain in the story is just the march of history? Bryan discusses how reading the Dallas Morning News as a kid influenced him, what his perfect sports media world would look like, the value he sees in reading print newspapers every day, and why people seem to care so much about media news.
Brian also tries to defend his love of Jurassic World, much to Bryan’s dismay.
Special thanks to Dr. Galen Clavio and The Media School at Indiana University for hosting this week’s episode.
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