Sports Talk Broadcast Faces Creative Challenge in COVID-19 Cancellation

Don Taylor of TSN 1040 said that because of the COVID-19 pandemic, sports talk radio stations in Vancouver without live games to discuss will be challenging, but the veteran broadcaster hopes to see a lot in the coming days The show is "creative".

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Scott Lintor of Sportsnet 650 said: "In this case, you will test the ribs of many people." [19659005] Sports talk broadcasts today are like Starbucks without coffee.

] Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Vancouver Canucks and other sports teams in other leagues closed operations, so staff at places like Rogers Arena were affected. It hit seducers, popcorn sellers, parking attendants and security personnel.

It cracked down on this part of the sport and the people working on it, as well as the bars and restaurants that count on the crowd to watch the game.

Among the staff of TSN 1040 and Sportsnet 650, among the league leaders who were dazed in the solar plexus due to coronavirus problems, each person spent 12 hours or more talking about sports every working day. They will have no live events to discuss in the foreseeable future.

"Obviously, you will try to keep people up to date with the latest developments in coronaviruses. Don Taylor says he will also try to be as creative as possible. Aon Taylor is from 10am to afternoon At 2 o'clock with Bob (The Moj) Marjanovich hosting the 1040 noon performance. "Some things you can do.

Many of these things still revolve around Canucks, as in this campaign.

Taylor talks about Dan Dan Russell's "Journey Series" in his old Sports Talk radio show, in which he confronted Players or coaches conducted long interviews. These are usually related to Canuck.

Since Sportsnet has item-by-item rights to Canucks, it is not surprising to see them rebroadcast some old games.

Of course , Since last night no Canucks game can be re-reported, which is a challenge for everyone in the sports media.

In this unparalleled situation, treat opportunities as opportunities instead of trivia Might be the key to success.

Scott Rintoul's moderator is from 9 am to 1 pm. Explains on Sportsnet: "In this case, you will test a lot of people Ribs. You want to convey information, you want to entertain, you want to communicate with people.

"We have an obligation to provide you with the news of the day, but we will not be a news program. I think we will work to solve this problem as we move forward. People will need ways to reduce tension and stress. Sports is the way out for many people.

Blake Price is the host of the auto show co-hosted at TSN 1040 at 2 pm. By 6 pm with Matt Sekeres Thoughts are similar.

"I am a journalist. Matt, too. We can wear two hats. We can let you know the status of the coronavirus and we can tell you how this affects the sports world. Price said. "And there are a lot of evergreen sports topics out there."

"I'm not worried. Maybe come back to me in three weeks.

After the 9/11 attack, the sports industry was closed for a few days. Labour issues made hockey a frontline observer, including 2004-05, A stoppage at the time meant that there was no Stanley Cup victory. In 1994, there was no World Championship title due to player strikes.

But to steal a word from Price, "we have never completely stopped the sports calendar like this.

We are in an unknown field in a variety of ways. In fact, it may be difficult for other sports reporters to report on sports during the COVID-19 pandemic.

"No doubt, This is a challenge, but we look forward to it. "5:30 am to 9:00 am with James Cybulski at Sportsnet in the morning

" Especially in the morning performances, you always want to find the balance between sports and recreation. You want people to laugh on the way to and from work.

"We will definitely go along that path, while also enlisting more audience participation and expanding our interviews and topics. Based on our experience, this is what James and I expect." [19659006] [email protected]

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