We are excited to announce that we are looking to add some additional bodies to our blogging team, so if you’re interested in guesting blogging, writing about Boston or national sports topics to covering the big college or high school game, we want to hear from Y-O-U!
Send us a note TODAY to NoontimeSports@gmail.com or MattNoonan@NoontimeSports.com and tell us why you want to join our blog, as well as what sort of content you would like to produce for our site!
If you like to produce videos or podcasts or just share an opinion once or twice a month, that is totally fine with us, but definitely make sure to stay connected with us on social media by following us on Twitter, liking our page on Facebook and subscribing to our YouTube channel, too!
Happy Friday, everyone! And welcome into a special year-end review podcast, hosted by our editor and founder Matt Noonan.
Noonan revisits some of our site’s biggest stories and news from 2017, while providing a glimpse of what fans, followers and friends of our blog can expect in 2018 – be on the lookout for some new content on Facebook and Snapchat!
Thanks for a making 2017 a great year for our podcast and we look forward to bringing you more shows on sports, tech, New England college sports and more in 2018!
Our goal for these podcasts is to highlight the numerous programs across the state – yes, this includes Berkshire County, along with the Springfield and Worcester areas, too – through interviews with coaches and players, along with an occasional feature or two.
We’re really excited to provide additional coverage this spring for the sport and look forward to working with all the coaches, student-athletes and programs in Massachusetts.
If you have an idea for a possible feature or upcoming episode, please let us know by sending us a Tweet to @NoontimeSports or an email to our editor and founder Matt Noonan (MattNoonan@NoontimeSports.com).
The first-ever 2017 Noontime Sports the Podcast has officially arrived, ladies and gentlemen.
To kick-off a brand new year, Matt Noonan was joined in-person by the very talented (and on-the-go) David Tanklefsky, a Boston sports and news media member that can be heard on iHeart Radio, WBUR, WRKO and New England Cable News (NECN), and read on VICE Sports.
Noonan and Tanklefsky discussed the current state of sports media, specifically the digital world, as well as what various websites are during to separate themselves from one another. There was some great insight on VICE Sports to The Ringer to thoughts on NESN and other sports stations or websites.
Noontime Sports the Podcast returned Thursday morning as host Matt Noonan caught up with the founder of CLNS Radio, Nick Gelso.
Gelso shared the story of how he started CLNS Radio, along with the success the media outlet has gained over the past few years, especially on the Boston Celtics beat, as well as through the websites’s various shows and podcasts, too.