Now in his 11th year at the network, Revsine is hosting BTN’s coverage of the men’s basketball tournament through Sunday at the United Center.
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With the Cubs starting their own network, and the Blackhawks, Bulls and White Sox putting all their games on NBC Sports Chicago, what happens to WGN?
This is Benetti’s fourth season with the Sox but first as a full-timer after Hawk Harrelson’s retirement last year.
Gillispie, who was Ballpark Digest’s minor-league broadcaster of the year in 2017, has a baseball acumen that’s on the level of that of many scouts.
The Cubs announced the launch of their own TV network with Sinclair Broadcasting Group. The Sun-Times first reported the deal in December.
They don’t cover Chicago sports in the traditional sense. They’re fans of the teams they cover, and they share their opinions, often quite colorfully.
Though detractors were out in force when Romo signed with CBS in 2017, it didn’t take long for them to see what Sean McManus saw. One game, actually.
That meteoric ascent also includes winning the ratings game and agreeing to a two-year contract extension through January 2021.
Of the nine most-watched games on NBCSN entering this week, the Capitals were in the top four spots, and the Hawks were in four of the next five.
On-course interviews provide another way for the PGA to promote its players and grow its game. More players should participate than not.
People are watching basketball games on 50-plus-inch televisions, yet they’re looking at a score bug the size of the space bar on a keyboard.
If distributing Marquee is the Cubs’ biggest challenge, creating content will be close behind. They’ll have a lot of time to fill.
Pat Hughes, who has been the Cubs’ radio voice since 1996, will remain in the booth for years to come.
With the Cubs heading out on their own to start a new network, the Hawks, Bulls and Sox will return to NBC Sports Chicago next year, a source said.
The Hawks will take viewers behind the scenes in “Road to the NHL Winter Classic” on NBCSN. The first of three episodes is at 10:30 p.m. Wednesday.