“We are dipping our toe. We’re testing and learning, but we are very excited about it."
"Actually, we’re very interested in that," Amazon vice president for global sports video Marie Donoghue told The Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast.
"As you sit down to a meal with Taylor, you will tell her anything. This happens to us all the time."
"We just worked through some things with him and we’re excited. We can’t wait for him to join.”
The Gracies Leadership Awards will be presented November 14th at Tribeca 360 in New York.
"Of course we want the biggest audience possible, but this is a big change for fans and we know it'll take some time."
"Deitsch asked specifically about their Amazon's plans for 2022 talent, including the play-by-play voice."
"Muriano has experience with Thursday Night Football already. He most recently oversaw remote programming for the property."
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