At the age of 12 years old, Brandon Robinson knew what he wanted to do with his life. Considered by many to be a child prodigy, he began his journalism career co-hosting Nets Slammin’ Planet, a kids radio show with retired NBA player Albert King. It was featured on NBA Inside Stuff, Fox Sports and more.
He’s currently managing editor and columnist at RESPECT Magazine.
Years later, the grind hasn’t stopped and he’s meshed his expertise in the world of entertainment, pop culture with sports to give folks the SCOOP on what’s going on.
A former host of Brown & Scoop, a weekly sports and entertainment podcast at CBS. Robinson was also a contributor to CBS Sports Radio and CBS Local Sports. The show had guests ranging from DJ Khaled, Mark Cuban, Dr. Ben Carson and voiceovers from Pokemon and Looney Tunes. The show was featured on TMZ, Entertainment Tonight, Deadspin, Washington Post, Sports Illustrated, New York Post and ESPN.
A former staff writer at The Source Magazine, Robinson was front and center when NBA Commissioner Adam Silver banned former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling from owning the team after Sterling made racist comments about African Americans.
Robinson was also a digital curator at EnvyTheDJ.com, website of The Breakfast Club’s host DJ Envy. He’s appeared on CBS This Morning, CTV, PIX11 and ARISE TV discussing topical issues in sports like fantasy football sites FanDuel and Draftkings, LeBron James’ son being recruited, Tom Brady and Deflategate and the anticipated Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao fight.
You can find Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson’s weekly podcasts by visiting ScoopBRadio.com. #ScoopBRadio has been mentioned in Billboard, Fox Sports, CBS, The Source Magazine, USA Today, The Score, Forbes, Respect Magazine, Nothin But Nets, Yahoo Sports, Rolling Out, XXL and more.