Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 135: Eric Smith

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 135In this 135th episode, Mike chats with Rogers's Raptors guru Eric Smith about his two decades at The Fan 590, why he switched roles with Paul Jones, what he thought of Butch Carter's criticism, Canada getting screwed in Mexico, his relationship with Drake and much, much more. This episode is exactly 1:57:53.

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markosaar

Longest episode yet!?

September 23, 2015 @ 2:36 PM

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@markosaar

Yes!

Strombo - 1:50:46
Jeff Marek - 1:56:52
Eric Smith - 1:57:53

September 23, 2015 @ 2:43 PM

Aaron

Lengthy, but riveting. Excellent interview!

September 23, 2015 @ 6:49 PM

Rick C in Oakville

On my list on my drive back from Ottawa. Really enjoyed the David Alter interview, seems like a down to earth/have a beer with kind of guy. Elvis added an extra dimension and maybe you might want to bring him on board occasionally, especially on the sports angle.

September 23, 2015 @ 8:29 PM

Anonymous

Recommended listening for anyone starting out in the business. #GreatTips #TimingIsEverything #ProveYourselfOnceIn https://t.co/Bcl9UuWmBN

— Brian Gerstein (@RaptorsDevotee) September 24, 2015
September 24, 2015 @ 10:43 AM

Al The Royal Pain

Excellent episode Mike. I've been a fan of Eric's for a long time. I remember listening to him and Strombo on the fan during those late nights. I loved that show! I think it was called Game. I think Eric has been one of the more candid of your interviews (only counting those interviewees with something to lose, like their job).

September 24, 2015 @ 3:15 PM

Jason from Sudbury

Awesome episode. Well done.

September 26, 2015 @ 1:27 PM

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