I would love less Brownlee either way. I hope he can stay on, but I could see a Spec hiatus atleast at the beginning just so Sportsnet puts their foot down or whatever at TSN invading "their" market.
They need less of a lot. Gregor has too much airtime. Still think he does well getting away from Hockey, but 4 hours is too much for one guy. They need less local programming. You have the radio on all day in the summer and it's pathetic. Then come winter not only do you get to hear Doug Maclean, Dreger, Mckenzie etc.. on the radio, but then they state the same info daily during hockey intermissions.
God no. No American shows during the day. If you want to listen to Rome, there are many other ways to do that. Luckily TSN is affiliated with ESPN, so there is basically no chance Rome will be back on.
Ugh I puke every time I hear Jim Rome. That guy is the freaking Oprah Winfrey of sports.
I don't care what some basketball player thinks is Dope.
I listen to the Radio to hear about hockey. I'll listen to the hockey show.
I hope they don't kill all the good local programming that has come on. There's nothing worse thank clicking on the radio sports station to hear about some college guy you've never heard about faking his girlfriends death or what not.
I don't see the point of Rishaug or Spec having shows. Spec has problems committing in the summer to shows. Once hockey is actually on and his travelling he'll have more problems. Rishaug would be in the same boat.
Hopefully they make some changes, the morning show reminds me of KBBL off the Simpsons, with all the audio clips, they try too hard to be funny.
Lowetide show doesn't do anything for me, but I'm not an advanced stats guy, don't mind the host, very well spoken and quite intelligent. Also by far the most humble.
Spector drives me nuts. Picks one point and sticks with it, and hammers the point home over and over. Any time he talks CFL is a joke.
Gregor does a lot with the diversity of what he talks about, which is good sometimes and bad others, tries to bring to light some stories around edmonton that you don't really hear about. But damn those commercials.