Scott Cacciola reports in The New York Times about how the Golden State Warriors’ broadcasters persevered in the losing years of the franchise.
Julie DeCardo in The New York Times writes about the latest response to a woman sportscaster.
“Orphan Black” is one example that having dedicated, loyal fans can keep a program on the air. By John Koblin in The New York Times:
Richard Sandomir looks back on the highlights of Bob Wolff’s sportscasting career.
Former Washington Senators’ announcer Bob Wolff had a sportscasting career that spanned 8 decades.
Will other countries follow or does FM have a future? From The New York Times:
Numerous ways to watch TV have led to fragmented smaller audiences rather than mass audiences watching, according to this article from The New York Times:
A new “One Day at a Time” is different but better according to The New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/04/arts/television/review-the-2017-class-divide-in-a-new-one-day-at-a-time.html
Bob Fass’s “Radio Unnameable” on WBAI in New York was what free-form radio was all about. From The New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/28/arts/digitizing-radio-unnameable-a-free-form-1960s-crossroads.html?_r=0
The New York Times reports on how one man in Ecuador has taken it upon himself to preserve the music of his country.