Rugby author Steve Hale joins the show to talk about his first rugby love, the meaning of the game at the grassroots level and its divide with pro rugby in New Zealand. We also talk about rugby recruitment and about his career as a writer for NZ Rugby News Magazine.
Find out more about Steve Hale here: https://www.stevehalerugby.com/
Follow Steve on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SteveHa09255868
Riding solo again today, but it's a goodie! I chat briefly about my new gig writing for NZ Rugby News before taking a deep dive into The Last of Us Part II which releases today on PlayStation.
Read my full review of TLOU2 here: https://dashgamer.com/the-last-of-us-part-ii-review/
Patrick McKendry joins the pod to talk about his career writing about rugby, primarily as a reporter for NZ Herald. We talk about the early stages of his career, landing at NZME and how he goes about his writing process.
Radio host Jason Pine joins the show to talk about his near 30-years in the media business as a radio broadcaster, TV commentator and journalist plus touch on how the business has changed over the years through the advent of online website and social media.
Another WrestleMania is in the books, but this one was the most unique wrestling event in recent history and ended with several new champions. Let me share some of my thoughts.
You can also watch a video version of the podcast on YouTube here.
Today we are joined by Sky Sport NBL voice Huw Beynon who talks about his media career, starting out as a nervous journalist to NBL producer covering the Breakers basketball team. You can follow Huw on Twitter @huw_beynon.
I sit down and chat with Swedish sports journalist and TV producer Hermann Dill to discuss how COVID-19 is impacting Sweden. We also talk about his career in sports journalism and TV.
Watch the video version of the podcast on YouTube: https://youtu.be/07WnIKj2VrI
COVID-19 has truly changed life as we know it! I weigh in from the bunker in New Zealand! Video of this podcast also available on YouTube, you can watch it by clicking here: https://youtu.be/j6tHgWP8hOI
Today we are joined by 'the voice of rugby' Nigel Yalden who talks about his journey from working in The Warehouse to becoming a major player in New Zealand's sports media industry.
Nigel Yalden is a sports radio broadcaster for Newstalk ZB and Radio Sport and hosts the All Sorts Breakfast show as well as lead caller for All Blacks matches.
Pulman Media is here, but what the hell is it? I'll discuss before weighing in on the terrible Blackcaps tour to Australia where so many flaws were exposed that it's hard not to be cynical. Also, some of my all-time biggest influences in media.
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The M Word is a weekly podcast that rambles and reacts its way through the world of media, sports, gaming and entertainment. New episodes release each week and are hosted by freelance journalist Michael Pulman.