Fox Sports isn’t a household name but it’s one of the biggest names in sports podcasting.
Its been around since 2007 and is the first of the big-name sports podcast companies to release a major new edition each year.
It’s a must-listen for sports fans and fans of sports podcast and podcasting in general, but it also offers some pretty deep insight into the sport of soccer and how it’s different from other sports.
It also gives insight into how the podcast industry works, like how much money it makes, how much it pays its writers, and how much the business of podcasting actually works.
I spoke to one of its hosts, Mike Gattis, about what makes a great podcast and why he thinks the sports industry needs more of them.
You might be wondering what a podcast is and what exactly podcasts are, but here’s a quick explanation:Podcasts are recorded from the point of view of the hosts themselves, meaning they don’t talk to other hosts or talk to the world outside of the podcast itself.
This means they are basically self-produced, and they’re the closest thing to a real life version of an interview you’ll find.
There’s nothing you can do about the podcast and it’s just a bunch of random thoughts, memories, and ideas.
Gattis is the co-host of the popular podcast, “Grit,” and also the host of the Fox Sports podcast, which you can listen to for free on iTunes.
He has also been the host on the ESPN podcasts, which are also free, and he hosts the sports podcast, Grit.
It started as a show where Gattas and his brother, Mike, would talk about sports and sometimes they would talk to each other.
But now, Gattins has expanded to all of his shows.
Guttis said that there’s a reason why he loves podcasts so much, because the content is honest.
“You’re never going to hear somebody lying on your podcast,” Gatts said.
“They’re never saying things that are true, they’re not saying things you’d think you’d say on the air.
It doesn’t make you want to throw up.”
It’s also about giving people the perspective of someone who has experienced what the sport has been like.
Gatti said that it’s a great way to share that perspective.
“I love talking to people about the sport,” he said.
“Sports podcasts are all about sharing stories and making people laugh.
There are people who are not in sports, and it can be hard for them to understand how hard it is to be a sports fan.”
The other great thing about podcasts is that they’re really, really great for people who like to talk about their lives, because they give people a way to talk to people they may not have talked to in person before.
Guttis was particularly happy to hear that people were still doing the same things that they do when they’re at their jobs.
“We can all agree that it sucks when you’re not working and having a great time,” he laughed.