Wednesday, February 4, 2015
** ALWAYS FREE TO LISTEN:
Welcome to the world of John Steigerwald
John Steigerwald brings his 40 years of sports and worldly knowledge to the online podcast world with “SteigerWorld.” The show is set to be a weekly no-holds barred format full of hot takes on sports, pop culture, entertainment, trending topics, politics and interviews with forty years of friends.
PODCAST TALKING POINTS:
- About the Podcast
- Terrible decisions in sports
- Noll versus Belichick
- The Super Bowl in Pittsburgh
- “Why we may be Doomed”
- Don’t call me Mr. Steigerwald
- Bruce Jenner
- “Stag at the Movies”
The show is available for Apple, Android and Windows users on desktop, laptop, tablet or
smartphone on the iTunes and SoundCloud platforms.
SEARCH: Pittsburgh Podcast Network
* Produced at talent network, inc. in Pittsburgh, Pa. by Frank Murgia and Wayne Weil.
Sunday, January 18, 2015
In the long-awaited return of the Miller vs. Marshall Podcast:
Rich Miller and Jesse Marshall from “ThePensBlog.com” get the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review’s Jason Mackey on the phone and Derek from PensBlog in-studio to review the first half of the Pittsburgh Penguins 2014-15 season, the competition within the Metropolitan Division, grading the Pens’ current line-up, the existence of Craig Adams and other 4th line issues, plus Jesse & Rich answer your Twitter questions and much more!
** AVAILABLE AND FREE TO LISTEN/DOWNLOAD ON SOUNDCLOUD AND ITUNES: (Desktop or App on Android and Apple) SEARCH: Pittsburgh Podcast Network
***Produced at Talent Network, inc. in Pittsburgh, Pa. by Frank Murgia and Wayne Weil.
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LISTEN TO EPISODE ONE:
Frank and Ryan welcome Pittsburgh based sports reporter, commentator, author and former sports anchor John Steigerwald as their very first guest. Talking points include growing up in Pittsburgh, covering Pittsburgh sports, his book “Just Watch the Game” and John’s Mount Rushmore of Pittsburgh Sports.
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