CBS, Westwood One, and NBA on TNT play-by-play broadcaster Kevin Harlan joined me on The Jake Brown Show following Craig Sager’s funeral. Harlan talked about working with Sager, his legacy, and tells us the story of the time Sager got an iguana on a plane from Puerto Rico to bring home for his daughter.
The Brown and Scoop podcast all began at the start of September 2015. We had 10 viral interviews and a ton of interviews get picked up by almost every outlet imaginable (TMZ, ESPN, CBS, CBS Sports, Fox Sports, CNN, etc). The last episode was on September 30th, 2016.
I began my own show on the Play.it network, The Jake Brown Show. I’d like to continue down the sports route and my own show gave me the best chance possible to continue to pursue my dream of becoming a sports radio host and TV personality as well as a play-by-play announcer. While I’ll mix some entertainment, I’d like to get my chances to voice my opinions, takes, and creativity with a sports radio-like show that incorporates the various digital platforms. It’s going to be entertaining, informative, comical, and a must listen podcast every week to go along with multiple interviews with huge names.
Show your support of the new show by following The Jake Brown Show on social media and tuning in on Play.it, iTunes, and Spotify.
NBA Hall of Fame point guard Isiah Thomas joined us on the Brown and Scoop podcast on CBS Radio’s Play.it on our show’s one-year anniversary on September 1st.
Lava Records CEO, former Atlantic Records, Virgin Records, and Capitol Music Group CEO Jason Flom joined me in studio on Brown and Scoop. He had some awesome stories, including the time he passed on Katy Perry at first.
Super Bowl champion QB Joe Theismann joined me solo on the Brown and Scoop podcast. Theismann reacted to the news I broke to him that Robert Griffin III got a tattoo of his new girlfriend’s name.
Undefeated heavyweight boxer Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ Miller joined us in studio on Brown and Scoop. The boxer out of Brooklyn talks a lot of smack, but he backs it up.
Wrestling legend Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts joined us the Brown and Scoop podcast. He told some incredible stories, including the time Vince McMahon told him that Stone Cold would be third or fourth on the card. Boy, was he wrong on that one.