Our friend Steve Kornacki joins the podcast today to talk about the results of the New York City primary in the Democratic party and what they say about the party's ideological makeup—and about the future of ranked-choice voting. It's great. Give a listen.
Listen now | NBC’s Steve Kornacki saw his star shine a little brighter on November 3rd, 2020 and the succeeding weeks as he walked Americans through the results of a long, arduous, and oftentimes confusing election. But Kornacki has been providing that kind of astute analysis for a long time, and he’s bringing it to this episode of Get full access to The Hangover at hangoverpodcast.thedispatch.com/subscribe
The Hangover Chapter 4: Chris Stirewalt and Steve Kornacki
The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg
NBC’s Steve Kornacki saw his star shine a little brighter on November 3rd, 2020 and the succeeding weeks as he walked Americans through the results of a long, arduous, and oftentimes confusing election. But Kornacki has been providing that kind of astute analysis for a long time, and he’s bringing it to this episode of The Hangover to discuss how our changing electorate has contributed to the sense of political chaos from the 90s until now. In a political culture where polling seems less and less accurate, and where the weak parties contribute to strong partisanship, how can the GOP claw its way back to a sensible-but-popular agenda? Show Notes: -Steve Kornacki’s The Red and the Blue: The 1990s and the Birth of Political Tribalism -Republicans were not enthusiastic for Romney -“The Growth and Opportunity Project,” or, the 2012 GOP autopsy -Ohio is much more Republican now than it was four years ago -Wisconsin’s “WOW” counties
Creative Belmont betting with Steve Kornacki, Knicks and Clippers as favorites, Long shots at the Memorial
Bet The Edge
June 2: Sara Perlman (@saraperlman) and Drew Dinsick (@whale_capper) are joined by Steve Kornacki (@SteveKornacki) to discuss creative ways to wager on The Belmont Stakes with so many short lines. Will Gray (@WillGrayGC) stops by as well to explain why this week is a great time to back long shot wagers at the Memorial Tournament. Sara and Drew also delve into the Knicks and Clippers as home favorites Wednesday in the NBA Playoffs.
Cowboys vs Bucs and other NFL Week 1 Lines, Steve Kornacki on Preakness Favorites, Value wagers at the Byron Nelson
Bet The Edge
May 12: Sara Perlman (@saraperlman) and Drew Dinsick (@whale_capper) dig into the Week 1 NFL lines - including the Cowboys and Bucs kicking off the NFL season on NBC. Steve Kornacki (@SteveKornacki) stops by as well to give his pick at the Preakness after correctly predicting Medina Spirit's victory at the Kentucky Derby. Sara and Drew are also joined by Will Gray (@WillGrayGC), who details a golfer on the rise who is worth consideration entering the Byron Nelson Championship.
Steve Kornacki on Derby Favorites to fade, QB Props in the NFL Draft and Friday night action in the NBA and MLB
Bet The Edge
April 30: Steve Kornacki (@SteveKornacki) joins Sara Perlman (@saraperlman) and Drew Dinsick (@whale_capper) from Churchill Downs and explains why he's going to fade a Kentucky Derby favorite. Matt Bernier (@bernier_matt) also stops by to analyze the contenders. Plus, John Daigle (@notJDaigle) and Thor Nystrom (@thorku) examine some prop bets before Day 2 of the NFL draft - including which QB and WR could be next off the board.
NBC News and MSNBC National Political Correspondent Steve Kornacki and The Athletic NFL reporter Tashan Reed
Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
Episode 141 of the Sports Media Podcast features two guests. First up is Steve Kornacki, an NBC News and MSNBC national political correspondent who will serve as an insight analyst for NBC’s coverage of the Kentucky Derby. Kornacki previously analyzed NFL playoff probabilities for Football Night In America. He is followed by Tashan Reed, who covers the Las Vegas Raiders for The Athletic.In this podcast, Kornacki discusses how he landed assignments with NBC Sports including the Kentucky Derby; how he felt his Football Night In America experience went, and whether he expects to be back this fall; whether a knowledge of sports helps with understanding politics and elections; the notion of horse racing coverage within a political context; growing up as a horse racing and Patriots fan in Massachusetts; how is analyzing the Derby for viewers; whether he will place bets at the Derby; the feedback he has received from his sports segments; how conscious he is that some viewers will autonomically wonder or question why a political analyst is on a sports broadcast; the tribute videos Leslie Jones has made for him, and more. Reed discusses covering an NFL team in Las Vegas; working while family members were suffering with COVID; the challenges of covering the NFL Draft amid COVID; what he expects Las Vegas to be as an NFL city; where he expects the Raiders to go in the Draft; his piece on Raiders owner Mark Davis and the Raiders’ social media feed, and more. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Audacy, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices