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Podcasts have become the radio and media of choice for the 21st century. SBRnet has prepared a thorough directory of the key podcasts across all of the relevant categories like: The Business of Sports, Sports Management, Data Analysis, Sports Finance, Sports Travel and so many more.

#SBRnet: My First Job In Sports

As a leader in Sports Market Analytics, SBRnet has always prioritized the ability to share industry knowledge with students/young professionals. Since the start of the pandemic, it has been harder than ever for students to connect with professionals. The My First Job In Sports podcast was created to bring together industry professionals and students pursuing a career in sports. That way, not only would professionals be able to share what they wish they knew prior, but students will also be well prepared and know what to expect once they obtain that first job in sports.

[female] Athlete Project, The
One day, female athletes will be recognised by their achievements, not by their gender. Until then, we'll keep sharing the stories of epic Aussie female athletes. Join Olympic Gold Medallist, Chloe Dalton, as she chats with World Champions, fellow Olympians, and athletes at the top of their game.
‘Against All Odds’ with Cousin Sal (Apple Podcasts and Spotify)

Host “Cousin Sal” Iacono brings a weekly podcast that sounds more like sportsbook banter between friends than one of the world’s biggest gambling podcasts. Cousin Sal, alongside the “Degenerate Trifecta” of Sal, Brian “Brother Bri” Szokoli, and Darren “The Parlay Kid” Szokoli discuss their sports betting misadventures from the past week as well as the week to come with a self-deprecating wit that could only be honed through years of friendship and torn-up betting slips. 

Though the hosts focus on teasing each other over bad beats and tough losses, all bring surprisingly detailed analysis about not just big NFL or college games, but even WNBA, auto racing, tennis and nearly every other organized sporting event. Against All Odds now anchors Iacono’s new independent, gambling-focused Extra Points media site, and only offers episode snippets on its former host, The Ringer. New full episodes are still posted weekly at most major podcast providers where it remains one of the few pods that combines genuine betting analysis with gut-busting humor.

Like reading: The Ringer

‘Be Better Bettors’ with Spanky (Apple Podcasts)

“Spanky” is a professional sports bettor. He is prolific on Twitter and highly regarded in the field. His podcast, Be Better Bettors, features his take on professional sports betting and often includes an interview with other professional bettors. His goal is to give listeners an inside look at how professional bettors operate and what it takes to both win consistently and how to navigate the often mysterious sports betting industry. He also goes over the most popular sports betting techniques, such as the top-down vs. bottom-up approach to handicapping, in an engaging way. His podcast is a must-listen for those interested in no-BS, sports betting real talk.

Like reading: The New Yorker

‘Beating the Book’ with Gill Alexander (Apple Podcasts)

Consistently cracking the Top 100 Sports Category chart on iTunesBeating the Book host Gill Alexander covers a wide range of sports betting topics from the NFL, golf, college football to Alexander’s favorite, Major League Baseball. What drives him?  Helping sports bettors get better at their craft. 

Also a host on Vegas Stats & Information Network (VSiN), Alexander is regarded as an innovator for his use of sabermetrics in MLB handicapping. He provides an in-depth statistical analysis of sport betting competitions and gives his advanced unique betting strategies. If you want to number crunch and make informed wagers, tune in.

Like Reading: The Sporting News (when it was in print)

‘Bet The Board’ with Payne Insider and Todd Fuhrman
Payne is the professional bettor and Todd Fuhrman is the media guy/interviewer/former Las Vegas oddsmaker. Together they bring a ton of valuable insight — largely on the NFL and college football — covering match-ups, personnel, injuries, situational football (macro and micro), coaching, line movement, sharp and square positions and more. They deliver the goods (about an hour or 1:15 apiece) on Monday and Thursday during football season. The podcast is seasonal, so do not expect new episodes during the slower sports months. Be advised: there is usually one “best bet” per week but overall they don’t force action or drive anyone toward a side. It’s all about analysis and understanding the market. They’ve developed a great rapport and a loyal, growing following that’s much deserved based on the consistent quality of their podcasts.
‘Bet the Process’ with Rufus Peabody and Jeff Ma (Apple Podcasts)

This podcast delivers a 1-2 punch of Jeff Ma, of MIT blackjack team fame, and widely respected professional sports bettor Rufus Peabody of, we suppose, of getting shafted at DraftKings Sports Betting National Championship fame. As the name implies, both men respect analytics as they cover sports betting from all angles. They handicap and analyze most major sports (especially football, college football and hoops, etc.), along with the industry at large. They also examine challenges for pro bettors, big news in U.S. sports betting regulation, and so on. Two smart guys and a sharp listen.

Like reading: The New Yorker

‘BetQL Daily’ (formerly Bet Sweats) (Apple Podcasts and Audacy)

Combining betting previews with irreverent humor, BetQL Daily takes listeners through the ups and downs of sports wagering weekday mornings from 10 a.m. to noon EST. Hosted by Chicago sports talk radio veteran Joe Ostrowski, listeners can check out betting analysis – and a whole lot of playful ribbing – between Ostrowski and co-host Ryan Horvat along with a rotating cast of guests. 

The show’s popular Best Bets segment highlights not just the day’s biggest events, but where the hosts think they (may) have an edge. The rest of the program covers betting angles on pro and college football, basketball and most other major sports, along with information for survivor pools, fantasy picks, value bets and much more. The hosts mix quick-hitting segments with interviews featuring some of the world’s top sports betting names, blending well-rounded commentary with a lighthearted tone.

Like reading: ESPN Page 2 (back when it was awesome)

‘Deep Dive’ With Andy and the Whale (Apple Podcasts)

Drew Dinsick and Andy Molitor come together each week for a literal deep dive into NFL sports betting and analysis. The handicappers offer two podcasts per week, and you’ll want to be aboard during the NFL season especially. The episodes range from about 60-90 minutes and cover opening lines, game-by-game breakdowns, and their weekly betting cards. 

During the offseason, the podcast covers NFL betting previews, golf, baseball, and plenty of other sports.  Frequently bringing in guests from the industry, the podcast offers plenty of evergreen content covering betting math, modeling, and bookmaking.  The rapport between the two makes the relatively lengthy podcast very enjoyable — making the listener feel like they are sitting with a couple of friends talking sports.  Subscribe to this podcast for the in-depth NFL betting analysis and stay for a humorous hangout with sports betting friends. 

Like reading: The New York Daily News’ sports section  

‘Even Money’ with Ross Tucker and Fezzik (Apple Podcasts and RT Media)

Here’s sports bettor Steve Fezzik with former NFL lineman-turned-media mogul Ross Tucker — the guy who makes this podcast unique. Tucker brings great insight based on his experience on the field and in the locker room. He can evaluate X’s and O’s matchups and has a good sense of the emotional toll of certain games, or of situations and travel. Tucker and Fezzik also grade their previous week’s picks and best bets (consensus) — a good way to keep honest and learn from misjudgments. The two have been going strong three or four years. This is a great option for those of you pressed for time: it’s a quick listen at about 25-30 minutes a pop.

Like reading: SB Nation

‘Gamble On’ with Eric Raskin and John Brennan (Apple Podcasts and US Bets)

A much more industry-focused podcast than the others on this list, Gamble On features veteran journalists Eric Raskin and John Brennan breaking down the biggest industry news in gambling — with an emphasis on sports betting. It’s a weekly that slightly focuses on New Jersey sports betting and sports betting in Pennsylvania, home states for Raskin and Brennan, respectively. A pair with good chemistry welcomes guests ranging from media members to bookmakers to lawmakers to sports bettors before closing every episode by placing bets using a hypothetical payroll and trying to resist the lure of sucker parlay bets. It’s the perfect podcast if you’re looking for a mix of both the serious and lighter sides of sports betting.

Like reading: Sports Business Journal

‘Hammer Dahn’ with Pat McAfee’s crew (Apple Podcasts)

Pat McAfee has parlayed a successful career as an NFL punter into an arguably even more successful career as a sports media personality. In Hammer Dahn, Pat and his gambling pals “Digs” and “Gumpy” (everyone has a nickname these days) break down the day in sports and gambling. The crew regularly engages with industry professionals and other entertaining guests. After some ribald discussion, they put the “Hammer Dahn” (down) on their favorite picks. Three episodes a week provide plenty of insight and entertainment to Pat’s large legion of listeners. 

Like reading: Barstool Sports

‘Sports Gambling Podcast’ With Ryan Kramer and Sean Green (Apple Podcasts)

This one is brought to you by Sean “Stacking the Money” Green and Bryan “Real Money” Kramer who discuss picks, predictions, and insight on almost all sports, but love talking and discussing football. Viewer discretion is advised as the hosts tend to get a little rowdy, and off-topic, but what else do you expect when they’re from Philadelphia and New Jersey (but seriously viewer discretion is advised). Being opinionated and passionate sports fans, they tend to disagree when discussing the Philadelphia Eagles, and New York Giants. If you’re an avid NFL fan and gambler looking for NFL information, debates, picks, and even a few laughs, these two will be perfect for you. 

Like reading: The comments section on any Philly sports team’s Reddit page

‘The Favorites’ with Chad Millman (Apple Podcasts)

The Action Network (Action) is a burgeoning sports media company that has been churning out quality podcasts for three-plus years now (Disclosure: Following Action’s acquisition in May 2021, Sports Handle and TAN are owned by the same company, Better Collective). 

The Favorites, hosted by TAN Chief Content Officer Chad Millman along with co-host Simon Hunter, is one of the leading TAN offerings, a well-produced show with many high-profile guests. The Favorites may not have all the deep dives into stats and analytics featured in other podcasts, but if you like your gambling podcasts with a side of pop culture and random facts, be sure to check it out.

Like reading: The Athletic

‘You Better You Bet’ with Kostos and Locky (Apple Podcasts and Audacy)

You Better You Bet isn’t about X’s and O’s or big games; it’s a detailed breakdown of closing line value, key numbers, and other critical gambling information bettors ought to know for a deep roster of sports. It largely avoids the in-depth, personal life discussions of many other podcasts, but it’s two dynamic co-hosts still bring a lively charm. Co-host Nick Kostos, a long-term sports radio host, brings the passion of a die-hard fan with the pain of a long-term gambler. His brash, in-your-face opinions complement Ken “Locky Lockerson” Barkley, who counters with a more didactic tone that showcases all the insights of a veteran industry analyst. The pair merges deep dives on the latest lines with interviews spotlighting many of the nation’s most insightful sports betting figures. Hosted live each weekday from 4 to 8 p.m. EST on Audacy, the show is also available wherever you get your podcasts.

Like reading: RotoGrinders

’Three Man Weave’ (Apple Podcasts)

Three Man Weave features some of Action Network’s sharpest when it comes to college basketball. The show is hosted by Jim Root, Ky McKeon and Matt Cox. These three approach their podcast from an analytical viewpoint diving into their favorite matchups on the daily during the college basketball season. 

In season, the three of them will get into their favorite bets of the day from the national TV games to any low-major game. These three know the sport inside and out and you can find their written work on Action Network throughout the year. 

Like reading: Action Network

Apparel Entrepreneurship Podcast, The
In The Apparel Entrepreneurship Podcast, Ana and Klas Kristiansson - apparel industry experts, authors, and speakers will discuss hands-on tactics touching all areas involved in running and growing a meaningful, successful apparel brand. Learn practical strategies about sustainability, design, product, marketing, sales, community, e-commerce, and entrepreneurship. You’ll also hear inspiring interviews with industry experts and entrepreneurs about their tips and journeys in this fast-paced industry. A must-listen for everybody that is running an apparel brand or is working with apparel.
Bill Simmons Podcast, The
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons hosts the most downloaded sports podcast of all time, with a rotating crew of celebrities, athletes, and media staples, as well as mainstays like Cousin Sal, Joe House, and a slew of other friends and family members who always happen to be suspiciously available.
Bloomberg Business of Sports
Jason Kelly and Michael Barr follow the money in the world of sports, taking listeners inside decisions that power the multibillion dollar industry. From media and technology to finance and real estate, leagues and teams across the globe have matured into far more than just back-page entertainment. The show explains the money behind the final score.
Business of Fitness
Hosted by Jason Khalipa, the Business of Fitness Podcast gets real about the fitness industry. Along with his guests, Jason will breakdown the good, bad, and the ugly in the business of fitness. Each episode is an AMRAP...literally. Unique in this short format style, Jason and his guests will set clock and you're off! Topics will cover all aspects of fitness including: coaching, training, competing, starting a business, growing a business, and everywhere in between. If it goes down in the gym, it's fair game. Regular guests include world class athletes, some of the best coaches in the world, fitness entrepreneurs, industry leaders, and more! Business of Fitness is available on all major podcast platforms. To learn more about the NCFIT Collective, please visit
Business of Sports: NFL Business Podcast
The Business of Sports with Andrew Brandt takes listeners inside the game with in-depth interviews and analysis by one of the leading voices in the field. Andrew Brandt spent a decade each as both a player agent and as Vice President of the Green Bay Packers and is now a weekly columnist at and the Director the Moorad Center for Sports Law at Villanova University. Brandt, who provides insight and analysis to the Ross Tucker Football Podcast every Wednesday, now hosts his own program, interviewing sports industry leaders making news in the sports business. Brandt will pull back the curtain on the inner workings of sports with league and team executives, agents, lawyers, CEOs and other top sports professionals. The Business of Sports with Andrew Brandt will inform, educate and entertain listeners with truly unique perspectives not heard anywhere else.
Business Wars - Nike vs. Adidas: Walking Billboards
As long as there have been professional sports, there have been professional athletes, willing to accept money to wear certain brands, but the biggest endorsement deals were only made possible by a mid-20th century invention: the television. Fans realized they could tune in to see their favorite athletes almost any day of the week. Brands realized they just got hundreds of walking billboards showing the capabilities of their athletic gear in action… and it’s a race to see who can reach the world’s best athletes first.
Circles Off (Apple Podcasts)

Circles Off gets right to the point. No flashy production or intro music. It’s just Rob and Johnny taking on the biggest sports topics of the day. They really take off when they go beyond the headlines and interview some of the top names in sports betting, diving into long-form discussions of the background and professional experience of some of the industry’s biggest players. The interviews are always interesting and usually provide some nuggets of insight on how to find an edge in sports betting and life. 

Like reading: A really good GQ interview

Cusp Show, The
On the Columbia University Sports Management Podcast ('The CUSP Show'), faculty members Joe Favorito and Tom Richardson host thought leaders from across the sports industry as they discuss a wide array of topics. The show is produced by the Columbia University Sports Management program's staff.
Digital and Social Media Sports Podcast
The Digital and Social Media Sports Podcast is an in-depth look into the strategy, practices, and trends in digital and social media in sports, with interviews from some of the top pros and practitioners in the industry.
Economics of Sports, The
Skip Sauer of Clemson University and Russ Roberts talk about the economic impact of sports stadiums, how to create incentives in baseball, football and soccer, and the virtues and failings of socialism in sports.
Establish The Run (Establish The Run)

Host Adam Levitan dives deep into all aspects of the NFL. During the off-season he gets into other sports like NCAA basketball, but 90% of the content is NFL-related. Adam and his co-host Evan Silva spend time talking about each team, so you get more detailed content than other podcasts. If you are big into fantasy football and/or DFS, you should give Adam a listen. He will give you some information nuggets that you can’t find anywhere else. 

Like reading:

Fitness Entrepreneur Podcast, The
The Fitness Entrepreneur Podcast will teach you how to generate more money, impact and freedom with your fitness business.
Host Bram Weinstein interviews sports and tech industry leaders to discuss the modernization of the sports experience from branding, team building, connectivity to fans and content creation.
Game of Her Own
Game of Her Own, hosted by Front Office Employee turned Coach & Consultant Jahaan Blake, highlights the inspiring journey of influential women working in the sports industry. These candid interviews offer unique advice and strategies specific to the sports industry that you won't be able to find anywhere else.
During Jahaan's eighteen years of working in sports, including three major league teams, her favorite part of the job was helping others see their full potential. Now she's sharing what she's learned with high achieving women just like you! Whether you want to break into sports, take your performance to the next level or own your place at the executive table, her customized coaching programs are designed to accelerate the achievement of your goals and create the career you've always dreamed of having.
Girl Chat Sports with Mo & Mel

"We don't have balls, but we know how to cover them." GirlChatSports is made by women and for women (and of course the men that love them too). Whether you are a female sports fan (die hard or newbie), or just want to learn some new terminology or player names/teams/numbers to prove to your friends at the bar that you do know a few things! Or just the latest sports news so you can surprise your significant other or friends while watch a game with them!! 

Gist of It, The
The GIST of It is a weekly podcast on what’s going on in the sports world. Hosts Ellen Hyslop and Stephanie Rotz discuss current sports topics like what to expect (and eat) for the Super Bowl, how Coco Gauff broke onto the tennis scene, and why Rafael Nadal picks his wedgie so much. Expect a hilarious yet informative conversation with a refreshing female perspective on the world of sports.
GOLF's Subpar
GOLF's Subpar, hosted by featuring former PGA Tour pro Colt Knost and his long time friend and on course rival Drew Stoltz, pairs colorful segments with in-depth sit-down interviews with the game’s biggest personalities. It will be available across’s platforms every Tuesday.
Hear Her Sports
Hear Her Sports is the podcast where female athletes share stories of breaking barriers, speaking up, and living with power and confidence in today’s changing world. Every guest does amazing things.
Hidden Side of Sports, The
Freakonomics Radio presents a special series, “The Hidden Side of Sports,” that explores how sports became an entertainment juggernaut, how the economics actually work, and how the best athletes in the world do their job. Among the interview subjects: N.B.A. veterans J.J. Redick and Jeremy Lin, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (and many of his teammates, coaches, and executives), sportscaster Dan Patrick, U.F.C. fighter Lauren Murphy, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, former M.L.B. slugger Mark Teixeira, N.F.L.P.A. executive director DeMaurice Smith, former cyclist Lance Armstrong, former N.F.L. defensive back Domonique Foxworth, and the Olympic champions Simone Manuel (swimming), Shawn Johnson (gymnastics), Kerri Walsh Jennings (beach volleyball), and Mikaela Shiffrin (alpine skiing). Many of the full interviews can be heard on Stitcher Premium — use the promo code “FREAKONOMICS” for one month free.
Living Sport Podcast
Our brand new podcast is all about helping you find a career in the sport industry. Geared toward college students and recent graduates, we’re combining education with entertainment to provide you with an inside look into the industry. We’ll mix in our #ASKLivingSport show episodes and classroom sessions on sport business and entrepreneurship. We’ll also do interviews with sport business professionals and fireside chats with interesting people we meet while traveling the world through sport. Listen in for advice on how you can gain an edge over the thousands of job seekers looking to score a gig in sports.
Mina Kimes Show featuring Lenny, The
Mina talks all things football with her unique brand of humor and insight. Her friends join each episode to talk about the NFL's latest storylines along with her football loving dog, Lenny, making frequent contributions.
Old Man and the Three, The
Dallas Mavericks Guard JJ Redick and his co-host Tommy Alter discuss the NBA, current events and interview some of the biggest names in the NBA, entertainment and political worlds. Launching from inside the NBA bubble, the show offers unprecedented access to the league while telling the stories of an eclectic rotating group of guests.
Pardon My Take
On "Pardon My Take," Big Cat & PFT Commenter deliver the loudest and most correct sports takes in the history of the spoken word. Daily topics, guests, and an inability to tell what the hosts might be doing will make this your new favorite sports talk show. This is a podcast that will without a doubt change your life for the better- guaranteed, or your money back. *Pretend a reggaeton air horn is going off right now* PMT.
Roger Noll on the Economics of Sports
Roger Noll of Stanford University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the economics of sports. Noll discusses the economic effects of stadium subsidies, the labor market for athletes, the business side of college sports, competitive balance in sports leagues, safety in sports, performance-enhancing drugs, and how the role of sports in the lives of children has changed.
SBJ Morning Buzzcast
Hosted by Abe Madkour, Publisher and Executive Editor of Sports Business Journal, SBJ's Morning Buzzcast is your daily scoop on the biggest stories in sports business. Examples of information covered in episodes: U.K. government set to announce sports rescue package, Clippers land their largest team sponsorship, NFL ticket sales stall, people to watch in sports business, etc.
SBJ Unpacks
Sports business is facing new global economic, political, and cultural changes. Unpacks is a new series from Sports Business Journal that analyzes how current trends are impacting sports business. Listen as SBJ editors and special guests provide trusted insights to help you navigate these dynamic, complex situations.
School of Greatness
Because you’re all business owners, we’ve got one more podcast with some entrepreneurial inspiration! When former pro athlete Lewis Howes was permanently sidelined from football with an injury, he managed to build a multimillion-dollar company (from his sister’s couch, no less) with zero business experience. School of Greatness is meant to inspire and teach entrepreneurs how to build profitable businesses, with topics like leveraging your strengths, never settling and even how to sleep better.
Serving Up Social Justice
Many teams have been playing without crowds this year but stadiums still have a captive audience. Sports editor and “Edge of Sports” podcast host Dave Zirin joins us for the hour as we explore how and when in our history athletes have taken a stand for civil rights and social justice. WNBA point guard Renee Montgomery talks about what led her to sit out the 2020 season to pursue change and uplift Black communities.
Social Justice in Sports - Houston Texans
Marc Vandermeer and John Harris discuss social justice movements in sports history.
Sport Lifestyle Network
We’re a team of 3 hungry entrepreneurs who want to cut through the bullsh*t of having to wear black ties to fancy events or carry shiny cardholders to protect our business cards while we drum up awkward conversations over an Amstel Light. We want to help startups and entrepreneurs grow, while we also help brands evolve, connect, and communicate with their tribe. We will do this within one unique ecosystem built by a group of seasoned veterans who speak and get brand.
Sporticast: The Business of Sports
This is a podcast hosted by business journalists Scott Soshnick and Eben Novy-Williams from Sportico that will deliver the inside scoop on the intersection of money and sports.
Sports Business Radio with Brian Berger
Sports Business Radio focuses on the issues and people directly impacting the world of sports business. Guests on the show offering an insider's perspective include pro sports league executives, agents, college athletics administrators, sports apparel company reps, ad agency executives, media executives & athletes.
Sports Econ 101 with Edward Brown
Sports Econ 101 takes a look at sports from a business and economic perspective.
Sports Economics (La Trobe University)
The aim of this subject is to identify the constraints and opportunities that will affect the ability of sports to survive in an increasingly competitive, global marketplace. Particular emphasis will be placed on examinations of both North American and European professional sports, as well as indigenous games, such as Australian Rules football. Topics covered will include: labour markets in various sports, including the effectiveness of regulations such as player drafts and salary caps; the ways in which sports have coped with recent substantial increases in revenue and costs; the identification of the market for particular sports and the extent of competition within those markets; and the extent to which the commercialisation of sport is inconsistent with the traditions and cultures of individual sports.
Sports Geek
A look into the world of Sports Marketing, Sports Business and Digital Marketing Sean Callanan (@seancallanan) from @SportsGeek brings you the best practices from the sports business and sports digital marketing world each week. Interviews with people behind the scenes with teams and leagues in the USA, Australia and Europe. Technology and digital take a strong focus as Sean looks how sports teams can better connect with fans and deliver results for sponsors. If you work in sports or would like to or are simply a marketing professional who loves sports then this podcast is for you.
SportsJam navigates the synergy between sports and jazz, featuring revealing interviews with both sports pros and musicians alike. Hosted by WBGO's News and Sports Director Doug Doyle, the show has received national and state awards from PRNDI, NYABJ and the Associated Press.Doug has been covering local sports in New Jersey for more than 30 years. The Pennsylvania State University grad was a starter on Franklin Regional's high school baseball and basketball teams in Murrysville, Pennsylvania.
SportsPro Podcast
Join SportsPro writers and guests for comment, insight, and analysis on the matters of the moment in the global sports business. Here is what one episode tackled in terms of content. It went over effects of continued absence of fans and relaxed commericial inventory.
Spotrac Podcast, The

Get even more connected to the finances in professional sports as we dive deeper into contracts, salaries, & the cap payrolls of the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and more!

Tao of Sports Podcast, The
Sports Revenue & Marketing Consultant Troy Kirby interviews those in the front office within the professional and amateur sports industry, focusing on the details of the business. Ranging topics include ticket sales, marketing, administration, compliance and facility operations.
Technology in sports and other trends to watch
How can sports and media and entertainment organizations leverage emerging technologies to evolve their business models and create new revenue streams? In the third episode of our outlook series, we look at the 2020 trends to watch around regulation and technology in sports—from college athletic compensation rules to esports to 5G.
The Action Network Sports Betting Podcast (Apple Podcasts and Stitcher)

The Action Network Podcast is TAN’s flagship podcast. (Full disclosure, again: Sports Handle and TAN are owned by the same company.) This award-winning podcast provides an insightful, interesting, relevant take on the week’s sports action. In fact, most weeks feature multiple episodes, each usually focused on an individual sport. Golf, NBA, and NFL are most prominently featured but other lower-profile sports such as the Kentucky Derby and even the Oscars are given in-depth treatment by the rotating cast of hosts and guests. This is a quality podcast worth your time, especially if you see an episode covering a sport of particular interest to you. 

Like reading: The Action Network

Un-official Partner Podcast, The
This is a podcast about the sports business industry focusing on the best and brightest individuals. We interview people at the top of their game that deserves some in-depth attention. Example of what a episode would look like. There’s been a major sports agency acquisition this week as Two Circles bought the rights sales house TRM Partners for what the Wall Street Journal estimate to be in the region of $45million, a number that is roughly equivalent to the price paid for Two Circles last year, by George Pyne’s sport and entertainment holding company Bruin Sports Capital. So, this podcast is going to unpick what this means, with first Gareth Balch, founder of Two Circles and then with Leo Thompson and Harry Horsley, co-founders of TRM.
Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers, The
On the first episode of the Work in Sports podcast, Carl Manteau of the Milwaukee Bucks said, “I’ve always enjoyed sharing insight into working in the sports industry, the things I wish I knew when I was starting out. I love the idea of this podcast, and I’m thrilled to be a part of it.” That summarized this whole project beautifully. I’m Brian Clapp, Director of Content for and the host of the Work in Sports podcast. I’m sharing all of my best career advice gathered over 25 years in the sports industry, and I’m bringing in a bunch of old and new friends to do that same. We’re sharing our knowledge with you, so that you can be better prepared to make your mark in the sports industry. Friends like Colleen Scoles, Philadelphia Eagles, Talent Acquisition Manager (episode 5), Mark Crepeau, Basketball Hall of Fame VP of Marketing (episode 8), Josh Rawitch, Arizona Diamondbacks Sr. VP of Content and Communication (episode 18), Chris Fritzsching, Detroit Lions Director of Football Education and many more. Every Wednesday I bring in a special sports industry guest, like the names listed above. And every Monday and Friday I go solo, digging deep into a fan question related to working in the sports industry. Topics like, are sports conferences worth attending (episode 22)? What are the best entry level sports jobs (episode 17)? How do I prepare for a sports interview (episode 14)? We’re covering everything related to sports careers, so if you want to make your love of sports more than just a hobby or escape, this is the place to learn more!
Yahoo Sports College Podcast, The
Yahoo Sports experts Dan Wetzel, Pat Forde and Pete Thamel break down the latest NCAA news from the football field to the basketball court. New episodes every Wednesday.