Hey everyone...I just launched a new site 3 months ago called NYC Media Screamers. The site concentrates on the NYC sports media. Check it out:
If you would like to write for the site or have any suggestions feel free to email email@example.com
Here is a quick rundown on the writers:
-Mike Nastri is a graduate of Fordham University. There he worked in the sports department at WFUV, which is member supported public radio. He served as a host of "One on One" New York's Longest Running Sports Call-in Show. I was also a color commentator and producer for soccer, basketball and football. He was a beat reporter for the NY Rangers, NY Yankees at spring training, NY Mets, and NY Red Bulls. Mike won two Region I Mark of Excellence awards for my piece, "Fanfest 2008" that I completed with Dan Obermuller.
Upon graduation, Hereceived the Sigma Delta Chi award for journalism at Fordham. He is an advocate for going abroad when you have the chance. He is a huge Giants, Yankees, US National Soccer Team, NY Rangers, and Man United fan.
-Brian McFadden has a masters degree in Media Studies from Fordham University. He worked at WFUV for 5 years covering the Knicks and Yankees. He is a blogosphere star and also is the creator of Life of Brian a site concentrating on fantasy sports. Brian is an adjunct media professor at both Dowling College and SUNY Suffolk.
Brian will write a column called "fadds Fantasy Flip-out" that will dissect the so-called fantasy experts.
-Daniel Obermuller is a New York Yankee and New Jersey Nets beat reporter for WFUV radio and an intern at CBS Sports. He is a senior at Fordham University and is studying Journalism and Creative Writing.
Dan-O will bring his media experience to write about the NYC media. Dan-O will be one frequent posters to NYC Media Screamers.
-Garry Van Genderen is a graduate of Fordham University where he created and directed "The Sports Word" a weekly sports news show. He has filmed hockey at Madison Square Garden and covered the 81st Annual Academy Awards for mtvU.
Garry's behind the scenes experience will provide a unique view of the technical aspects of broadcasts. Garry is an aspiring dentist hence the nickname Doc.
-Chris Qugliata is a junior at Fordham University. Chris is a beat reporter for the Knicks and Mets for WFUV. Chris brings a unique perspective as a fan of some of the most underachieving teams in history including the Islanders, Mets, and Jets.
Chris is a frequent poster for the site and brings a unique Long Island perspective to the site.
-Justin Shackil is a recent Fordham graduate where he too worked at WFUV. Justin a pxp voice of Rams basketball and football. He also covered the Yankees, Mets, and Nets in his four years at the station.
Justin is seeking a career in broadcasting and brings the fundamentals of play by play to NYC Media Screamers.
With NFL free agents getting ready to sign on during a cloudy time in labor, I made a list of the top prospects at each position and my thoughts on whether they'll stay with their team or search for money elsewhere. Appreciate any feedback given!
The Monday night game between the Patriots and the Saints has promise to be one of the most entertaining games of the season. Join me as I break down, analyze, and discuss the details and intricacies of this game.
Your comments and feedback are greatly appreciated. Thanks!
In wake of the ALCS, please check out my interview with the former Yankee and Angel, the truly inspirational, Jim Abbott!
this man belongs in Canton :
Hey everyone...I am sorry that I have not gotten to your articles.
I have been away for a while doing some work at the US Open and a couple of golf tournaments. I'm back now and will be posting more in the coming weeks. I will also be around to look at any articles.
Michael, ballpark food is atrocious and is in serious need of change. Here are my delectable suggestions:
Here is a different take on Pete Rose, and whether or not he should be allowed into the Hall of Fame.
Here's quite possibly the most chaotic meeting ever: