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SNY Show

Name

Daily News Live

Host

Jonas Schwartz

Seasons

8

Original Run

2006-present

Format

Sports Talk

Running Time

30 min

Preceded by

Re-runs of Beer Money and New York Mets Season Games

Succeeded by

The WheelHouse (formerly 2008-2013), Loud Mouths (2013-)

President

Jon Litner, Steve Raab

Website

Website

Daily News Live or DNL is a sports show that broadcasts live for half an hour on SNY from Monday to Friday at 5:00 p.m. It is hosted by Jonas Schwartz, Joe Benigno and other sports writers and columnists who know the details of every topic on the show. Daily News Live replays at 11 p.m. and 1:30 a.m. Monday-Friday.

The show is presented by Citi. The show is named after the New York newspaper the NY DAILY NEWS. No show precedes except reruns of Mets Games and Beer Money. The show used to be succeeded by The WheelHouse as the show got canceled with it's final episode on March 29, 2013, the show is now succeeded by Loud Mouths. It is the first show in the New York Sports Local which began in 2010.

HostsEdit

ProductionEdit

In 2007 the show had different round-tables when the show began. The round-table currently seen today with chairs and a table with a circular shape has been seen on some occasions. Along side was a small stool in the center with the host sitting on chair on the left and the panelists sitting on chairs together with 3 of them on the right side. Sometimes the stool has newspapers and other sports stuff. Also the stool has the show's logo.

For the stool there is a table between the guys on the show with a newspaper and a coffee and there has been a table between the last guy on each side with nothing on it. In the early years like in 06 and 07 with a special guest on the show they had the host the guest and panelist sitting on couches. It was never used again.With the couch scene they have a screens in the background in the center it say the shows name, on the left SNY and the right screens with SNY. They have a table in the center with newspapers with sports headlines. Also in front of it it says SNY Sportsnet New York. Also on the left it has a city view background.

The show used to have 2 hosting area's in the SNY studio's. One place was the round-table area and another where live on-air shows usually are broadcasted.

In 2008 the headline bar at the bottom of the screen was new which is currently is going on. The old blue light headline bar at the bottom was used in 2006 until 2007.

The DNL studio has been more widely spread out in the background and the table where the guys sit have newspapers of sports headlines. Also in the front of the table there is a stack of newspapers of sports headlines as well. Until 2008 on the side of the background you could see sports equipment and jersey's close to the guys. It is still used today as part of it's background set view. Behind the guest or writers on the left side there is a blue SNY logo behind them.

Along side in the background there is a TV screen which shows screen-caps of the topic and on the side on it's right 3 are three screens which says SNY,Daily News Live,Citi before it used to have one which was only Citi. On the left it says SNY. Also until 2008 there was a TV screen on a stand. Now when the show returns from a break there is wide screen TV on the bottom of the steps in the studio which shows screen-caps of the topic like the one in the background.

SNY Spotlight has the same set as well until April 9, 2012.

On April 9, 2012 the show got a new set which has a bigger table with newspapers on top and a TV screen on the bottom of the table. There is also a TV screen in the background.

If there is a double header for Mets games then the show doesn't air.

Notable GuestsEdit

Past guests of DNL include: Tiger Woods, Omar Minaya, Jerry Rice, Danica Patrick, Joe Theisman, Mike Ditka, Barry Sanders, Earl Monroe, Billie Jean King, Jerry Rice, Tiki Barber, Shaquille O'Neal, Brett Hull, Lou Holtz, Curtis Martin, Fay Vincent, Mark Messier, Rob Schneider, Mark Fainaru-Wada, Don King, Fat-Joe, Tom Cavanaugh, and Goose Gossage.

SegmentsEdit

  • Daily Headlines-The show starts off with the top stories affecting New York Sports.
  • The Daily Line-The show previews upcoming football games.
  • Daily Pitch-The shows talks about baseball topics.
  • Insider-The show goes live to a sports writer live at the scene asking about them what is the latest news about a New York team. Some of them are the Mets, Yankees, Jets and Giants.
  • Upon Further Review-The show looks at a topic and sees what the future might come out of it.
  • Sound Off-The show hears a soundbite and discuss what's been said.
  • The Editorial Page-The show takes a look at the biggest sports topic.
  • Editor's Picks-The show takes a look at one news stories chosen by the sports editors of the Daily News.

FormerEdit

  • Five at Five-The show ask five questions about a topic.
  • The Daily Three/The Daily List-This segment is similar to 5 at 5 but the show looks at 3 headlines of 3 different sports teams.
  • Rounds-Another segment to the 1st and 2nd above. The guys have a 2 minute time-limit to say what they need to say about a topic.
  • On the Phone: The shows talks to a Daily News reporter about a topic in sports.
  • Citi Talk-The show goes to the street and ask fans questions about new york sports teams and ask them about a topic and what their opinion is.
  • The Daily Birthday-The show ends with a birthday of sports figure in New York.

External LinksEdit


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SNY Staff

Mets On-Air Talent

Gary Cohen|Ron Darling|Keith Hernandez|Nelson Figueroa|Bobby Valentine

SNY's News and Entertainment Team

Gary Apple|Joe Benigno|Kerith Burke|Chris Carlin|Meghan Culmo|Brian Custer|Jeane Coakley|Steve Covino & Rich Davis|Alexa Datt|Jim Duquette|Courtney Fallon|Eric Frede|Steve Gelbs|Kirk Gimenez|Frank Isola|Kris Jenkins|Roy S. Johnson|Joe Klecko|Sal Licata|Ray Lucas|Andy Martino|Eamon McAnaney|Don McPherson|Marc Malusis|Sean Mulcahy|Sweeny Murti|C.J. Papa|Larry Ridley|Jonas Schwartz|Doug Williams|Kara Wolters|Michelle Yu

Other

Alex Anthony|Scott Braun|Don Jamieson|Steve Raab|Mayleen Ramey

Former Mets On-Air Talent

Kevin Burkhardt|Lee Mazzilli|Harold Reynolds|Matt Yallof|Darryl Strawberry|Ralph Kiner|Bob Ojeda

Former SNY's News and Entertainment Team

Steve Berthiaume|Andrew Catalon|Kenny Choi|Chris Cotter|Scott Ferrall|John Franco|David Lee|Siafa Lewis|Meredith Marakovits|Roman Oben|Steve Overmyer|Adam Schein|Peter Schrager|Brandon Tierney|Lou Tilley

Former Other

Julie Alexandria|Alissa Ali|Ted Berg|Gabe Cohen|Amanda Cole|Julie Donaldson|Caitlin Fichtel|Neha Joy|Jon Litner|Duke McGuire|Kaitlin Monte|Alexi Panos|Jocelyn Pierce|Heather Prusak|Dan Schachner|Tiffany Simons|Brittany Umar|Ben Wagner|Amber Wilson|Jacob Resnick

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