Media Notes

In N.Y., Alanis Thames wrote the effect of Deion Sanders’ arrival as Jackson State football coach "has been felt around the university and statewide," as JSU and other HBCUs "have received more national television coverage." Eight of Jackson State’s 11 regular-season games this fall "were broadcast across ESPN’s networks and streaming service." That is something that Sanders "promised after arriving in Jackson, not only for his school, but for HBCUs nationwide" (N.Y. TIMES, 12/4).

HERE COMES THE BOOM:'s Jimmy Traina noted Fox will air its John Madden documentary "All Madden" at 2:00 pm ET on Christmas Day right before its coverage of Browns-Packers. Based on the trailer, the doc "will cover all the Madden staples: His Hall of Fame coaching career, his role as a prolific pitchman, his iconic video game and his legendary broadcasting career." It will also feature "never-seen-before footage of Madden’s career as well as an extensive interview." A good documentary "will either make you learn something new or will take you on a fun trip down memory lane," and the "trailer alone accomplished the latter" (, 12/3).

SBJ Morning Buzzcast: May 27, 2022

Yankees/Rays join on social messaging; Pickleball's big weekend in Queens and Cindy Parlow Cone's victory lap

USA Track & Field Celebrates CEO Max Siegel & Culture of Excellence

USA Track & Field celebrates a decade of being under the guidance CEO Max Siegel and discusses how he bridged the gap between the performance on the field and in the front office. Joining us on today's episode are Olympians Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Chaunte Lowe and Wallace Spearman along with USATF CEO Max Siegel himself.

SBJ I Factor: Matthew Caldwell

Today’s episode features Matt Caldwell, president and CEO of the Florida Panthers, talking with SBJ’s Abe Madkour about his unconventional path into the industry, his experience at West Point and during combat in Iraq, and how the leadership and teamwork he encountered in the military shapes his career today. Caldwell is a member of SBJ’s Forty Under 40 class of 2018.

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