CNN broadcaster John Berman discusses working for Peter Jennings, transitioning to TV, covering elections, being embedded as a war journalist and the Red Sox.
Doing It For Bartolo is a podcast, named for lovable pitcher Bartolo Colon, that focuses on the worlds of sports and pop culture. It is hosted and produced by Joon Lee – from either Cornell University or just outside of Boston -- and focuses on interviews with personalities from both spheres of entertainment, as well as other friends of the podcast.
The thoughtful conversations contained herein will delve into topics such as baseball, movies, television, storytelling, the process of creating compelling content, other sports in general besides baseball, and of course, current events and really anything else that comes to mind.
Agent Jair Bogaerts — who is also Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts’ twin brother — talks about baseball in Aruba, the life of being a young sports agent, the Red Sox, his brother, and more.
Dave King, also known as dak from the days of Fire Joe Morgan, discusses the origins of FJM, as well as writing for Parks and Recreation.
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Joon discusses this movie you might have heard about with his good friend Ruthie Weissmann.
Cespedes Family BBQ founders Jake Mintz and Jordan Shusterman trace their blog’s etymology, and discuss meeting Yoenis Cespedes, as well as Mike Trout’s parents, and their passion for baseball in general.
Joon’s friend Taylor joins him to talk about the best pop culture moments of 2015, including Stephen Curry, LeBron James, “Hotline Bling,” Spotlight, Mark Ruffalo and “Master of None.”
ESPN the Magazine scribe Mina Kimes pontificates on the differences between the worlds of business and sports journalism, and a host of other topics.
In the inaugural podcast, a conversation with New York Times writer Jay Caspian King, as well as a discussion with San Diego Union-Tribune writer Robbie Harms.