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ESPN’s Monday Night Madness
ESPN’s Monday Night Madness
From Mike and Mike to Chris Berman, ESPN has given little regard to proven play-by-play skills when it comes to Monday Night Football's late-night opener. The perfect choice for this year's game is right under their noses—informed, professional and proven. It's past time they gave her the assignment
By Richard Deitsch
NFL 95
Television: Better Than the Real Thing—and Getting More So Every Year
Television: Better Than the Real Thing—and Getting More So Every Year
It’s the primary means by which fans connect with football, and as technology improves—bigger screens, sharper images and magic we can only imagine right now—TV’s power and influence on the NFL will only grow
By Richard Deitsch
Mediaville
The Drama Behind the Michael Sam Drama
The Drama Behind the Michael Sam Drama
How a thunderstorm 3,000 miles away from Michael Sam's California location almost kept ESPN from airing the most memorable moment in NFL draft history
By Richard Deitsch
Mediaville
A Mayock & McShay Q&A
A Mayock & McShay Q&A
Forget the prospects. The most recognizable faces during the NFL draft process are media stars Mike Mayock and Todd McShay. What do these guys do and how do they define success? One thing’s for sure: It’s not about the mock drafts
By Richard Deitsch
Mediaville
An NFL Ratings Bonanza
An NFL Ratings Bonanza
Another season, another ridiculous showing by professional football through the eyes of television viewers. And with a record-setting wild-card weekend already in the books, the biggest numbers are still to come
By Richard Deitsch
Mediaville
Fantasy Football Now … And Forever?
Fantasy Football Now … And Forever?
Absent the blathering and shtick so prevalent in traditional pregame shows, ESPN2's 'Fantasy Football Now' gives viewers exactly what they want—info and advice—and is our choice for The MMQB Midseason NFL Show of the Year
By Richard Deitsch
Mediaville
How The Next Generation Watches Football
How The Next Generation Watches Football
Today's young adults consume the NFL in ways that vary greatly from their parents. A panel of college students discuss those differences, including the impact of Twitter on Sundays and which broadcast personalities resonate
By Richard Deitsch
Mediaville
The 2013 NFL Studio Show Guide
Your 2013 NFL Broadcast Guide
Everything you need to know about where, when and how to get your football coverage on TV this season
By Richard Deitsch
Mediaville
Ray’s New Role
Ray’s New Role
He was one of the most intense and passionate players ever, but can Ray Lewis succeed on TV?
By Richard Deitsch