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A different kind of sports media company.

 

Where sports and culture collide.

Where facts are good but jokes are better.

Where diversity isn’t just an old old wooden ship.

 

THE SHOWS

 
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BACK TO BACK: Tue, Thu, Fri

Once known as the “TrueHoop” podcast at ESPN, the B2B podcast uses the NBA as a jumping off point for conversations about pop-culture, dating, food and yes… basketball.

Hosted by a diverse cast of NBA media members and an array of guests both known and unknown, the B2B podcast provides the backbone of the CTD network.

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THE DAILY DING: Daily

Like PTI and the Starters had a baby, The Daily Ding is a short (20min) daily podcast that dives into the biggest 3-4 stories from the night’s NBA action. A mix of expert NBA coverage, social media commentary and dynamic guests, the Ding gives you everything you need to know before you hop on basketball twitter in the morning.

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Black Opinions Matter: Mon, Thurs

For everyone who says “stick to sports”, this is not your podcast. BOM is a black culture show that gives voice to issues serious and salacious that would otherwise go unheard in today’s media landscape. The Monday show (BOM) covers a range of topics from hair lines to high tops, while the Thursday show (Woke Bros) dives into more hard hitting social and political issues.

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Pack Your Knives: Wednesday

For sports junkies who also love food, Tom Haberstroh and Kevin Arnovitz dive into world of food and wine that surrounds the NBA and professional sports. With guests ranging from NBA coaches to Top Chef contestants, Pack Your Knives has got your foodie fix covered.

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Raise Up: Tuesdays (starts Jan ‘19)

Former ESPN anchor and pro-tennis player, Prim Siripipat helps parents and coaches raise their young athletes in the $20b industry that is youth sports. From how to deal with abusive coaches to deciding between single sport vs. multi-sports, this interactive show will feature discussions with everyone from current and former athletes to sports psychologists and even questions from real parents and coaches.

THE TALENT

 
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