Opportunity to Align Your Brand with Dave Hodge

I've been chatting with Dave Hodge, and he's interested in podcasting. Everything is in the very early stages and nothing is etched in stone, but the two shows he's considering are:

  1. a show modelled after The Reporters, possibly featuring the same journalists you remember from TSN
  2. a show in which Dave and a guest discuss sports, music, current events, etc.

The purpose of this entry is not to announce anything, because there isn't anything to announce yet, but to put out feelers to see if there are any brands interested in a partnership with Dave Hodge. Dave Hodge has been a trusty name in sports journalism for decades and this is a tremendous opportunity for the right business.

If that's you, please contact me for more details. If that might be someone you know, link them to this page.

I'd like to have Dave Hodge broadcasting again. I believe his voice and perspective is sorely missed.

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Can't help You with your potential sponsorship query, but I would certainly be interested in listening
to a Dave Hodge and friends podcast, especially if it had a fair amount of in-depth music-related content. Hope this becomes a reality for all concerned in the not-too-distant future! (Maybe even
include a weekly, fully annotated Top 30 countdown from DH?!?)

November 26, 2018 @ 3:53 PM


BIc pens?

November 26, 2018 @ 6:44 PM

the brother

Great idea Mike & Dave! Hope some big sponsors jump on board!! All the best.

November 27, 2018 @ 11:54 AM


Building a podcast from the ground up gives him the clout to do whatever he wants. Anchoring and saddling himself with the likes of Steve Simmons, Bruce Arthur and Dave Feschuk from The Reporters would be a disaster from the onset. At least find people much more likeable and knowledgable. He deserves as such.

November 27, 2018 @ 12:53 PM

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