Red Sox Reap Rewards: Media Headlines For 11/23/2018

Plus: Shakeup at WRKO, some fake news may just be crappy reporting.

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These are the media headlines for Friday, November 23, 2018. Mayor Curley prioritizes local news in this roundup and hits national stories with local interest.

Red Sox Opener, Home Opener Featured On ESPN Slate

Add winning the World Series to being a big-market team, and you have the potential for over-saturation. ESPN released part of its Major League Baseball coverage schedule and revealed that it will broadcast the Red Sox opener in Seattle on March 28, as well as their home opener and banner-raising ceremony on April 9. ESPN carried five Red Sox games last season. Expect at least that many in 2019. (ESPN)

WRKO Lineup Changes Start Monday

Boston’s talk radio station will come back from the holiday weekend with a new daytime line up, with Jeff Kuhner returning to morning drive. Doug Goudie will slide into the noon to 3 PM slot. (RadioNK)


  • A study says some fake news may just be shitty journalism (Statista)
  • David Leonhardt says we should celebrate local journalism (NY Times).
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