The Gem on The Queen's Crown: The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
Summary: "The Gem on The Queen's Crown" is a podcast talking about the sports scenes of Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio. The presenter is Lee W. Mowen (on Twitter @theleewmowen.)
As the summer comes to a close, Lee gives you updates on playoff chases and finishes in the #LocalCinDaySports area.
Jesus Jimenez, Sports Writer for the Palladium Item newspaper in Richmond, Indiana, joins Lee for Episode 53 to talk Eastern Indiana sports and writing for the newspaper.
It's the One Year Anniversary show! Lee brings the highlights of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast.
A new marketing event has the social media world stirred up and Lee hopes it doesn't make it to the #LocalCinDaySports market. Get all of your avocado toast and selfie jokes out of the way, because here comes "Millennial Night!" Also, find out how the teams of summer are faring in the Cin-Day area.
The Big 50 celebrates with all the #LocalCinDaySports updates you can handle!
A suggestion for an episode forces Lee to jump on the "podcasting soapbox" to talk about men and women in sports.
What is loyalty in sports? Lee talks about it as there's some big moves afloat throughout the sports world.
Sports gambling is now legal, but how will that affect the #LocalCinDaySports scene? Lee talks about it and updates you on local sports in one roll of the dice.
Michael Hirn, a prominent broadcaster from the Northwest portion of Ohio, joins Lee to talk about broadcasting, the sports scene around Lima, Northern Ohio, and #LocalCinDaySports.
Lee talks about his career and his future plans in Episode 45 of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast.
Summer sports are on full blast, and Lee keeps you cool with updates of Cincinnati and Dayton sports.
Lee turns 30 on the episode, but he'll give you the gift of #LocalCinDaySports in Episode 43.
Two teams in their respective big dances for baseball go west for the show, and Lee keeps you on the trail of #LocalCinDaySports with baseball and soccer news, and maybe an Oregon Trail reference or ten.
College and High School Baseball Playoffs are happening in the Cin-Day area, and Lee has the coverage to rule the diamond(s). Baseball.
They say one must go through a drought to win a championship. In this edition, Lee talks about an article pointing out Cincinnati's lack of champions and gives his reasons why things aren't so bad in the Cin-Day area.