Toronto Sports Media Morning Drive Lineups

Toronto Sports Media Morning Drive Lineups

By TSM

Here’s your drive lineup for your listening enjoyment this am:

On 590 with Greg Brady and Jim Lang:

720 Nick Kypreos
740 Greg Wyshynski
820 Dirk Hayhurst
840 Lauren Sesselmann

On TSN radio with Mike Richards

845 #WhineoftheWeek
TBD

TSM

COMMENTS

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    Mike S 7 years ago

    Sounds like it will be Jeff Blair who fills in for McCown on PTS today and tomorrow and not Eric Smith

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    Mullah_Kintyre 7 years ago

    Yeah, they have said it will be Jeff Blair hosting PTS tonight.

    Some TV ratings for auto racing last weekend:
    TSN claims F1 Monaco GP led with 252,000 viewers, ahead of Nascar with 210,000 and Indy 500 on Sportsnet with 153,000. Interesting when you consider F1 race was at 8 am ET (5 am PT) in the morning, Indy 500 in the afternoon and Nascar was in the evening during primetime, although I suppose many Canadians could have watched Nascar and Indy 500 un-simsubbed on Fox and ABC.

    In the US, the Indy 500 had a 3.7 rating, down from 4.1 in 2012 and 4.3 in 2011. It was the fifth straight year below 4.5.
    So much for the idea that all of IndyCar’s problems were caused by the split and the merger would improve their situation. The number of TV viewers watching a typical IndyCar race on NBC Sports Network in the US (250,000) is apparently less than the number of Canadians watching an early Sunday morning F1 race on TSN (252,000).

    http://thestar.blogs.com/autoracing/2013/05/somebody-should-have-kicked-tony-kanaan-in-the-butt.html

    http://pressdog.typepad.com/dogblog/2013/04/indycar-tv-ratings-relatively-flat-for-barber-at-018.html

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    Kamlesh 7 years ago

    Rogers cutting 62 jobs, but agreed to extend millionaire Bryan Colangelo for more millions. Too bad these 62 weren’t “good corporate soldiers” like Colangelo.

    http://o.canada.com/2013/05/30/rogers-closing-citynews/

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    The mlse side makes money and citynews channel was not having any succes in viewers or advertising so why should they keep that channel and its employees. Keeping Bryan Colangelo makes sense as he can help basketball Canada grow and the raptors in getting the all star game and a new practice court. Keeping people on a defunct channel doesn’t and they are better off looking at new opportunities elsewhere