CSN, TCN and CSNPhilly.com Are the Home for the Most Eagles Coverage

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CSN, TCN and CSNPhilly.com Are the Home for the Most Eagles Coverage

With the most Eagles coverage anywhere, featuring daily reports, player and coaches’ interviews, press conferences and highlights from the Emmy-Award winning team at CSN, TCN and CSNPhilly.com, these networks are the go-to source for Eagles coverage every day of the season.
 
This year’s highlights include former Eagles Seth Joyner and Barrett Brooks joining CSN’s Eagles Game Day programs including Eagles Pregame Live, In-Game Live, Eagles Postgame Live, and End Game.
 
BREAKFAST ON BROAD
TCN’s live weekday sports talk show, Breakfast on Broad, moves to 7 a.m. until 9 a.m. starting Monday, September 12.  The “BOB” team gets the Delaware Valley going each weekday morning as they provide the first take on the latest sports news, scores from overnight, and what’s trending on social. Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham joins the program each Tuesday morning.
Monday:          Seth Joyner
Tuesday:          Brandon Graham
Thursday:        Ray Didinger
 
Breakfast on Broad is available via livestream on breakfastonbroad.com, and replays on CSN at 11 a.m.
 
EAGLES PREGAME LIVE
Hosted by Michael Barkann, Eagles Pregame Live features an entertaining and informative panel including NFL Hall of Fame writer Ray Didinger, and former Philadelphia Eagles Seth Joyner and Barrett Brooks. Derrick Gunn and CSNPhilly.com’s Reuben Frank report from the field each week.  Eagles Pregame Live will broadcast live from Xfinity! Live in South Philadelphia on Sunday, September 11, Sunday, October 23, Monday, November 28 and Thursday, December 22. 
 
IN-GAME LIVE – Now on Facebook Live
Fans can get more inside access to each Eagles game through CSNPhilly.com’s second-screen experience, In-Game Live. Fans can watch quarterly live video reports with Michael Barkann, Ray Didinger, Seth Joyner and Barrett Brooks during every Eagles game on Facebook Live.
 
EAGLES POSTGAME LIVE
Eagles Postgame Live provides Eagles fans with immediate reaction to all games through insightful analysis, lively debate, and player and coaches’ press conferences. Eagles Postgame Live features Michael Barkann, Ray Didinger, Seth Joyner, Barrett Brooks, former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, Derrick Gunn and Reuben Frank.
 
END GAME
End Game follows every Eagles Postgame Live program throughout the season. Hosted by Amy Fadool, and featuring Seth Joyner and Barrett Brooks, End Game is a heavily social-media-influenced program that instantly reacts to what fans are saying.    
 
IN THE NEST
Tune in each Monday at Noon to hear from Eagles head coach Doug Pederson as he addresses the media in his day-after press conference.  Jillian Mele and Barrett Brooks host In the Nest each Monday at Noon on CSN after most games.
 
PHILLY SPORTS TALK
Philly Sports Talk features entertaining debate on the state of the Philadelphia Eagles with the help of former players, plus local and national football experts.  Regularly scheduled guests include former Eagle Ike Reese and PhiladelphiaEagles.com’s Dave Spadaro.
Thursday:        Dave Spadaro
Friday:             Ike Reese
 
QUICK SLANTS
Quick Slants features discussions on the top stories around the league, centering on the NFC and the Philadelphia Eagles. Hosted by Derrick Gunn and Reuben Frank, Quick Slants will also feature former Eagle Brian Baldinger.  Quick Slants airs weekdays at 6 p.m. (except Tuesday), and Saturday at 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. on CSN.
 
EAGLES EXTRA
CSN and the Eagles deliver fans a hard-hitting weekly football show, Eagles Extra.  In this action-packed 30-minute program, host Ron Burke and guests Barrett Brooks and Ike Reese break down game tape. Eagles Extra will air on CSN every Tuesday at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m.   
 
#EAGLESTALK
CSN, TCN and CSNPhilly.com reporters, columnists and Insiders will be tweeting news, photos and other interesting tidbits throughout the Eagles season.  Fans can follow all the Eagles news and interact with the Eagles programs and talent by using the hashtag #EaglesTalk and following the network’s football experts:
 
CSNPhilly                                 @CSNPhilly
Breakfast on Broad                 @BOBonTCN
Philly Sports Talk                     @PSTonCSN
Michael Barkann                    @MBarkannCSN
Derrick Gunn                           @TheRealDGunnCSN
Ron Burke                               @RBurkeCSN
John Clark                               @JClarkCSN
Amy Fadool                             @AmyFadoolCSN
Jillian Mele                             @JMeleTCN
Reuben Frank                          @RoobCSN
Barrett Brooks                        @BBrooks72TCN
Dave Zangaro                         @DZangaroCSN
 
Eagles Pulse
All season long CSNPhilly.com will feature Eagles Pulse, which is the social media center for all things Eagles. On one screen, fans will be able to see all the social media activity about the team compiled from social media activity on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In addition, trending topics will be shown and searchable. Tweets and Facebook posts from Eagles Pulse may be shown on-air.   Fans can check out Eagles Pulse at csnphilly.com/eaglespulse.
 
Eagle Eye
Eagle Eye, a CSNPhilly.com exclusive show, airs weekdays and features Eagles Insider Reuben Frank and Eagles reporter Dave Zangaro discussing the most pressing Eagles topics.
 
3 AND OUT
NBC Sports Regional Networks’ football analysis and debate program 3 and Out airs Wednesday at 11:30 p.m. on CSN and Thursday at 6:30 p.m. on TCN.  Hosted by CSN Mid-Atlantic’s Chick Hernandez, this fast-paced, weekly 30-minute program features hard-hitting opinions via CSN New England’s Michael Felger, along with former Pro Bowlers Brian Mitchell and Bill Romanowski.   
 
REAL FANTASY
Debuting this year is Real Fantasy, NBC Regional Network’s fantasy football show hosted by Sebastian Salazar of CSN Mid Atlantic, Josh Norris of Rotoworld and Kay Adams of NFL Network let you know who to sit and who to play, who to keep and who to trade. Real Fantasy airs Fridays at 7:30 p.m. on TCN and Fridays at 11 p.m. on CSN.
 
PRO FOOTBALL WEEKLY
Pro Football Weekly is a half-hour program hosted by CSN Chicago’s Pat Boyle and features an expert panel led by Pro Football Hall of Famer Dan Hampton, NFL expert/former Bears head coach Dave Wannstedt and PFW founder Hub Arkush.  The program’s in-depth preview analysis and unique format make the show a preferred vehicle for football fans desiring the most thorough coverage of the NFL.  This hard-hitting program features the latest NFL news reports, opinions and insider information.  Pro Football Weekly airs each Friday at 1 a.m. on CSN.

Former Eagles Seth Joyner and Barrett Brooks join CSN's Eagles Game Day Programs

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Former Eagles Seth Joyner and Barrett Brooks join CSN's Eagles Game Day Programs

PHILADELPHIA — CSN, the cable home of the Philadelphia Eagles, announced that former Philadelphia Eagles Seth Joyner and Barrett Brooks are joining the network’s Eagles game day programming. Seth and Barrett will join Michael Barkann and Ray Didinger on the set of “Eagles Pregame Live,” “Eagles Postgame Live,” and “In-Game Live” on CSNPhilly.com. Derrick Gunn and Reuben Frank once again report from the field. Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell also returns this season.
 
After “Eagles Postgame Live” Seth and Barrett join Amy Fadool for “End Game,” CSN’s social-media-influenced program that instantly reacts to what fans are saying.
 
Joyner, who spent 13 years in the NFL, including eight with the Eagles, will also appear in studio on TCN’s “Breakfast On Broad,” every Monday during the season.  Barrett Brooks, who also spent 12 years in the NFL, is currently a host on “BOB,” airing each weekday on TCN at 6 a.m. and streaming live at www.BreakfastonBroad.com.
 
“Seth was part of one of the most feared Eagles’ defenses in the history of the league and Barrett’s won the game’s ultimate prize – a Super Bowl,” said CSN’s VP of News Programming Michelle Murray. “They’ll team up to bring Eagles fans the most dynamic insight and analysis for every game this season.”
 
“I am excited to join Michael, Ray and Barrett on Eagles Post Game Live this upcoming season,” said Joyner. “I relish the opportunity to share my opinionated and passionate analysis of football with the NFL’s greatest fan base, from a personal position of experience!”
 
Throughout the season, CSN’s Eagles’ coverage will include daily reports with live player interviews, press conferences and practice highlights during every “Philly Sports Talk,” “Quick Slants,” and “SportsNet Central.” “Breakfast on Broad” will also have local and national Eagles experts on each weekday morning on TCN. Extensive stories, interviews and videos from the network’s Eagles Insider and columnists can be found on CSNPhilly.com.
 
Fans can follow all the Eagles news and interact with CSN’s Eagles programs by using the hashtag #EaglesTalk and following the network’s football experts:
CSNPhilly                      @CSNPhilly
Breakfast on Broad        @BOBonTCN
Michael Barkann           @MBarkannCSN
Derrick Gunn                @TheRealDGunnCSN
Amy Fadool                  @AmyFadoolCSN
Barrett Brooks              @BBrooks72TCN
Reuben Frank              @RoobCSN
Seth Joyner                  @SethJoyner

Phillies broadcasters Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs and Ben Davis to call game from Harry the K's in outfield at Citizens Bank Park

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Phillies broadcasters Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs and Ben Davis to call game from Harry the K's in outfield at Citizens Bank Park

The Phillies broadcasting team of Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs and Ben Davis will call the game from a special location at Citizens Bank Park during the Phillies-Dodgers game on Tuesday, August 16.  The broadcast will emanate from an area near Harry the K’s in the outfield. This is the third year the game will be called from a different location in Citizens Bank Park, with the team having done them in the outfield stands, and by the on-deck circle the past two years.
 
This booth location provides the broadcasters with an unique view of the game, the players and the ballpark.  In 2015, the broadcast location was moved to the outfield, where Phillies play-by-play voice Tom McCarthy caught a home run ball hit by Freddie Freeman of the Atlanta Braves.   Last year the broadcast team was able to interact with the Phillies players on-deck and provided fans with a view of the ballpark from the Diamond Club.
 
"To be able to broadcast from different parts of the ballpark is such a treat for all of us,” said McCarthy. “Over the last couple of seasons we have been able to absorb the great vibes at the ballpark and enjoy the game with the best fans in baseball. This year will be no different. The perch at Harry the Ks is not only special in name but in atmosphere. This is a great opportunity for us to show off some of the best spots to watch a game. I know I can speak for Matt and Ben when I say we are excited for this baseball moment."
 
*This special broadcast is weather permitting.