http://sportstalk.triblive.com/download/POPoct02.mp3 In this week’s Pittsburgh Pop, Rob Owen and Tim Benz discuss the end of the writer’s strike. They also get into “Gen V,” the Taylor Swift-ing of the NFL, ‘Messi Meets America,’ and the newest project (?and romance?) for Joe Joe Manganiello
Author Archives: Tim Benz
http://sportstalk.triblive.com/download/RobOwenPopSat.mp3 This week’s “Pittsburgh Pop” looks at the network TV fall lineup, a special on Willie O’Ree, and how the writer’s strike may even be impacting a non-scripted show.
http://sportstalk.triblive.com/download/popMNF.mp3 This week’s Pittsburgh Pop looks at the new season of “The Morning Show,” the end of “Winning Time” on Max, a change at KDKA, and the NFL on Disney.
http://sportstalk.triblive.com/download/popsept11.mp3 In this week’s “Pittsburgh Pop,” Tim Benz and Rob Owen talk about the “return” of “Chiller Theatre,” The Walking Dead (in France), Sports on MAX, and an update on the Pirate TV situation.
http://sportstalk.triblive.com/download/Poplaborday.mp3 Our Labor Day edition of Pittsburgh Pop investigates the purchase of At&t SportsNet by FSG, and what that means for the Penguins and Pirates. We also talk about a new media job for a former Steeler, Tim’s review of Ahsoka, and an update on the morning anchor chair at KDKA.
http://sportstalk.triblive.com/download/Pop828.mp3 This week’s Pittsburgh Pop spends a lot of time on the news surrounding FSG taking over AT&T Sportsnet, the “B.S. High” documentary, a local “Winning Time” connection, “Ashoka”, a Damar Hamlin reality TV appearance, and the “Rustin” trailer.
http://sportstalk.triblive.com/download/popAug21.mp3 In this week’s “Pittsburgh Pop,” Tim Benz and Rob Owen discuss the Guns N’ Roses concert, “Winning Time,” Ashoka’s release, and the latest on the writer’s strike.
http://sportstalk.triblive.com/download/POPFRIRAWAUG11.mp3 In this week’s Pittsburgh Pop, Tim Benz and Rob Owen give their thoughts on Oppenheimer. They also discuss the upcoming Bill Cowher documentary, “Only Murders in the Building,” and “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.”