His & Hers with Michael Smith and Jemele Hill Expands to Twice a Week

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His & Hers with Michael Smith and Jemele Hill Expands to Twice a Week

H&HThe His & Hers with Michael Smith and Jemele Hill podcast has expanded to twice a week, Mondays and Thursdays. The podcast, which launched on ESPNRadio.com’s PodCenter in February covers a variety of sports topics coupled with Smith and Hill’s perspectives, wit and personality. In today’s His & Hers podcast, Michael Smith and Jemele Hill discuss the Aaron Rodgers and Ryan Braun dynamic. Is there a public opinion of guilty by association and is that fair to Rogers? In Monday’s edition of His & Hers, the duo discussed the concept of loyalty in sports. All archived podcasts are available.

In addition, His & Hers podcast will represent ESPN at the NABJ 2013 annual convention in Orlando, Florida August 1. Hosts Smith and Hill will lead a session discussing the genesis of the podcast, the editorial process and how the podcast has evolved. They will also talk with fellow journalists about the importance of being versatile and learning to engage audiences across multiple-platforms.

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