The picture of the PIX tonsils standing and smiling is only a cover-up to the REAL STORY: they hate each other's guts!
Alan Martin and Ken Bastida are AT WAR! A primal feud has been brewing for months between the two and the others are just fighting to get in, do their job and get the hell out.
855 Battery is a virtual war zone. And don't even think about stepping foot in the bosses office, especially in the morning.
*Key, KNTV man: if you insist on screwing that well-known female reporter who Investigates --at least do your stupping in a better hotel than the San Jose Fairmont. There's a lot of cameras at the bar and 415 Media spies abound.
*Speaking of infidelity, John Lund would give up his entire life of telling penis jokes if he could somehow seduce a certain 95. 7 "The Game" female associate but that's never gonna happen. For one, she's married, you moron.
*The Game has never reached a 2 rating in its five-year existence. Never. It's smarter than KNBR, sure and it makes money. So what. You'd have to be a damn fool and incompetent not to make money in a sports-radio station in a big market; The Game is like a guy with a 790 FICO score with a credit limit of $3000. Just good enough to be relevant; able to buy Marvin's Gardens but can't sniff Park Place.
*Lund: tofu scramble with soy milk infused sprinkles and eggplant ice-cream for desert.
*Radnich roaming West Portal; well, that's better than the Tenderloin.
*By the way, there's no love lost for Greg Papa and Damon Bruce.
*As terrific as Jim Barnett is as a basketball color analyst, behind the friendly demeanor is a much-different "JB."
*Even if PIX's Christin Ayers were to take the CNN gig (and now it's 50-50) there's a very good chance she'd stay in the Bay Area which is a plus. My best guess is that the East Bay beauty keeps it here.
*Someone commented "Rich loves the sistahs." And so, what's wrong with that? Next.
*Someone I thought would definitely go network: Cheryl Hurd. Brazen, smart, and tough.
*At KGO-TV there's only 3 Black on-air people. Is there something wrong with that? I dunno, ask Nick Smith. Quietly.
*Some, not all, white women reporters and anchors feel like they're entitled to their positions...Women reporters and anchors of color have to WORK to get their gigs.
*Of course you may disagree with the last assessment but you'd be wrong.
*Have a lovely day.