This episode of the Sports Illustrated Media podcast features New York Magazine writer-at-large and former Grantland staff writer Rembert Browne.

By Richard Deitsch
July 06, 2016

Episode 66 of the Sports Illustrated Media podcast features New York Magazine writer-at-large Rembert Browne, who previously spent four years as a staff writer at Grantland.

In this episode, Browne discusses how he finds his stories, why he believes ESPN folded Grantland, how he came to interview Barack Obama on Air Force One, the joys and pains of being an Atlanta Hawks fan, his plans for covering the upcoming Republican convention in Cleveland, how Bill Simmons acted as a boss, why he’s not currently working for The Ringer, how you find your voice in writing, his thoughts on why ESPN founded The Undefeated, his attempt to write for 500 straight days, and much more.

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