Weekend wrap: WFAN to FM; Emmy for Costas; Hall for Olczyk; Deitsch on KHL hockey; Q/A with Daniel Okrent

Catching up on all the stories I didn’t get to during the week and a random video:

WFAN leaps into the FM world. From Richard Sandomir of the New York Times.

Bob Costas wins an Emmy for his Jerry Sandusky interview. From the National Sportscasters and Sportwriters Association.

Random video: We’ll miss Brian Scalabrine, the player. Here are his career highlights.

Despite the NHL lockout, there’s reason for Ed Olczyk to celebrate. He’s going into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame next week. From Jeff Nuich of CSNChicago.com.

Richard Deitsch of SI.com weighs in with a review of the KHL on ESPN.

Jeff Pearlman has a Q/A with Daniel Okrent.

A look at Keith Jackson’s conflicts with baseball and college football during October. From Classic Sports TV and Media.



Headlines: Jeannie Buss can’t see Lakers games on Time-Warner; a day with Chris Russo; Now SVP & Russillo show

Making the rounds as fall to starts to settle in. It was 80 Thursday; 45 as I write this now.


Jeanie Buss can’t watch the Lakers games on Time Warner. Tom Hoffarth reports.

Is there a GQ cover jinx? It hasn’t work out so well for Tom Brady and Tim Tebow. From LZ Granderson at ESPN.com.

A day in the life of Chris Russo. Newsday’s Neil Best reports.

Ryan Russillo gets on the bill. Afternoon program now is the SVP & Rusillo. ESPN.com reports.

All-time high 30 for 30 rating for Broke. TVbytheNumbers has the number.

BTN documentary focuses incredible story of women rower. Robert Feder of Time Out Chicago reports.

Eric Deggans of the National Sports Journalism Center writes how sports talk has invaded political talk on radio.

Romenesko.com talks to the author of the story on the Bleacher Report that has caused quite a stir.