Sports Media Musings: Now And Then, Then & Now

Before You Ask Which Way You're Going, Remember Where You've Been As Glenn Ordway approached his final hour hosting "The Big Show" last Friday night, the competition and primary parties responsible for his unemployment (well, besides Ordway himself), "Felger and Massarotti," reflected on his career, his exile, and the business in general. Along with Chris Gasper, Michael Felger and Tony Massarotti gave a very appropriate … Continue reading Sports Media Musings: Now And Then, Then & Now

WEEI names Mike Salk as new afternoon drive co-host

WEEI sent out the following press release this afternoon, confirming Chad Finn's report from last week: BOSTON – WEEI 93.7 FM announced Tuesday that Sudbury native Mike Salk will join Michael Holley in afternoon drive, weekdays from 2-6 p.m., beginning in mid-March. Salk joins WEEI from 710 AM ESPN in Seattle, where he’s co-hosted the … Continue reading WEEI names Mike Salk as new afternoon drive co-host

Bird’s Rookie Year — Game 59 vs. the SuperSonics

Celtics (44-14) vs. Seattle (44-16) February 17, 1980 King County Domed Stadium The Seattle SuperSonics reminded a national audience that the defending NBA champions were still the prohibitive favorite to win the championship.  Though it was close, the Sonics fought past the Celtics, 109-108, scoring the final eight points of the game to complete a … Continue reading Bird’s Rookie Year — Game 59 vs. the SuperSonics

Sports Media Musings: Everything Glenn Ordway

Before we get to everything WEEI and Glenn Ordway, I would like to take a moment to send my thoughts and prayers to Rich Shertenlieb and his wife, Mary, who was diagnosed with leukemia.  As his co-host on the morning drive show, "Toucher and Rich," Fred Toettcher, pointed out several times, Rich is truly a great person. Most know of his … Continue reading Sports Media Musings: Everything Glenn Ordway