Tag Archives: Bob Kravitz

Top 10 problems with Twitter for sports fans and media
April 20, 2016

There is a lot of good that comes with the most dynamic social media force in history. Twitter allows for a meritocracy to exist in media.  Great takes bring like and retweets regardless of whether you are a newspaper columnist or passionate fan.  That’s good.  There is also the ability to attach links that turns […]

Indy’s Morning Sports List – Nine of my favorite sports media types in Indiana
December 4, 2015

[Ed. Note – These are not rankings, and since their original publication early this morning I have removed the numbers to alleviate any confusion.  Seems several of the people listed were quite sensitive as to where they fell on the list.  I literally drew their names out of a hat  to determine the order.  There […]

Indianapolis sports media – sane perspective from reasonable people sets Indy apart
May 6, 2015

by Kent Sterling In most cities, columnists and radio hosts routinely monitor each other to see what plot of intellectual territory goes unclaimed, and they plant their flag there.  If one guy says the local NFL team had a great draft, another will say it was atrocious. Journalism isn’t a matter of honest and heartfelt […]

Indy Star’s Bob Kravitz on Jim Irsay’s struggles with addiction
June 22, 2014

by Kent Sterling Bob Kravitz is one of my favorite columnists for the same reason I enjoy him as a friend – he is always openminded in his relentless pursuit of the truth, and is always willing to acknowledge when he does not know something. A lot of guys try to make it up as […]

Bob Kravitz Joins “Ahead of the Curve” This Morning from 11a-1p on 1070 the Fan
December 7, 2013

by Kent Sterling “Now batting for ‘Ahead of the Curve’ on 1070 the Fan, Bob Kravitz, Kravitz.”  You can almost hear the resonant voice of the late New York Yankees public address announcer Bob Sheppard announcing Kravitz as the pinch hitter for Fox 59’s Chris Hagan as my co-host, can’t you?  Well, I can. Award winning […]

Grades Are in for Indystar.com’s First “Pat McAfee Show”
September 4, 2013

by Kent Sterling In terms a punter would understand, the first Pat McAfee Show was a towering kick that resulted in a fair catch at the 12 yard line.  There is room for improvement, but for a first effort, pinning the opponent inside their own five was not a realistic goal. Putting together a show […]

Indianapolis Colts Receiver Marvin Harrison’s Speech Will Have to Wait
August 10, 2013

by Kent Sterling Retired Indianapolis Colts receiver Marvin Harrison will be a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and be forced to speak in public, a task he will loathe more than dropping a sure touchdown pass thrown by longtime partner in crime Peyton Manning, but that will have to wait at least […]