Seen on Screen: MLB Network Preps for ’30 Clubs in 30 Days,’ NHL Network Debuts ‘Soul on Ice’

by Alicia Montanaro, Editorial Assistant

Beginning on March 1, MLB Network will feature live Spring Training baseball for 34 straight days, as well as coverage of every MLB camp with the return of 30 Clubs in 30 Days. For the first time in the eight-year history of 30 Clubs in 30 Days, the network will have multiple on-air personalities reporting from each camp. Hosts Greg Amsinger, Fran Charles, Brian Kenny, Matt Vasgersian, and Heidi Watney will join analysts Sean Casey, Mark DeRosa, Al Leiter, Dan Plesac, Harold Reynolds, and John Smoltz at each camp for interviews, analysis, and predictions for the upcoming season…

30Clubs_620_fovsmx6u_dmrpzjkd…The film Soul on Ice: Past, Present, and Future made its national television debut on the NHL Network this past Wednesday, February 24 at 8:00 p.m. ET. Directed by filmmaker Damon Kwame Mason and in support of the NHL’s Hockey Is For Everyone initiative, the program chronicled the history of black hockey players and the impact they have made on the growing participation of the game. Soul on Ice: Past, Present, and Future shared the stories of several of these players such as Willie O’Ree, the first black player in the NHL in 1958, as well as Anson Carter, Grant Fuhr, Joel Ward, and NHL Network analyst Kevin Weekes. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Trevor Daley, Edmonton Oilers defenseman Darnell Nurse, Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis, Anson Carter, Damon Kwame Mason, and Willie O’Ree joined NHL Network’s NHL Live this week to discuss the debut of Soul On Ice: Past, Present, and Future

…On Tuesday, February 23, Time Inc.’s debuted Golf Live, a new weekly show that will cover the game from all angles, including interviews with players and golf-loving celebrities, news analysis from the game’s writers, game improvement advice from’s network of experts, and more. The first episode features five-time major champion Phil Mickelson discussing topics such as the Big Four players in the game, the art of smack-talking, and how today’s young players stack up to Tiger Woods. Golf Life’s inaugural showcase will also feature special guest Kelly Rohrbach, a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model, actress, and former collegiate golfer. The 30-minute program, hosted by award-winning sportscaster Ryan Asselta, will air live every Tuesday at noon ET on Shorter clips from the show will also be shared across’s digital network…

…CBS Sports Network celebrates the 50th anniversary of Texas Western’s Historic 1966 National Championship, with the release of 1966 Texas Western: Championship of Change on Sunday, February 28 at noon ET. For the first time in NCAA Championship history, an all-black starting lineup for Texas Western defeated an all-white Kentucky on March 19, 1966. CBS Sports Network’s special will consist of a panel discussion moderated by journalist Jack Ford and include members of the 1966 team, journalists, historians, and other special guests. They will provide accounts of basketball life in the segregated south, the challenges and triumphs of the 1966 Miners team, and the way the Championship has resonated with fans throughout the years. The program will also include interviews with former Kentucky players Pat Riley and Larry Conley…

…Campus Insiders announced on Wednesday, February 24, that it would stream the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Men’s Basketball Tournament Quarterfinal and Semifinal games. Fans that cannot make it to the tournament, which is the third largest NCAA Conference basketball tournament in the country in terms of attendance and economic impact, will now be able to watch the games on or their mobile devices through the Campus Insiders app. The first quarterfinals game was held on Thursday, February 25 at 1:00 p.m. ET.

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