The TV production has been massively scaled down in order to keep the radio product coherent. You don't need the same amount of staff or production for a static, simulcast radio show that you do for a television show. They went from a TV show on TV to now a radio show on TV. Completely different products and completely different productions. For alot of his audience that was the appeal. I can't listen to hockey pucks yammering on about the same old **** 24/7. Its why Tim & Sid's old podcast was so great, they only talked about hockey when something important happened. Otherwise there was plenty else to discuss. They used to focus a lot on soccer and NFL but since moving to Sportsnet they have fallen in line and now its all Blue Jays and NHL. Sid used to crack jokes at Wilner's expense. It was glorious.