Here are a few more links for you before I head home.
The Sports Media Watch blog says ESPN will continue to cover David Beckham like a rock star. Heavy hitters Bob Ley (who did play-by-play for the World Cup in the 1980′s for ESPN) and Lisa Salters have been added to Thursday’s LA Galaxy-Chivas USA game.
Jeffrey Marcus who writes the New York Times soccer blog has an interview with Fox Soccer Channel’s Christian Miles.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell has some advice for the Big Ten Network which is still in a minority of cable-eligible homes. Inside Indiana Business reports that a state legislator is getting involved in the Comcast-BTN dispute.
The Orbitcast satellite radio blog has a recap and pictures of the taping of XM Satellite Radio’s Baseball Confidential show with Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter.
John Eggerton of Broadcasting & Cable magazine writes about the rebranding of the CBS Sportsline website into CBS Sports.com.
The Biz of Baseball blog links to an article in the Portland Tribune that the court date for Harold Reynolds’ wrongful termination lawsuit against ESPN has been set for early 2009.
Sister site, the Biz of Basketball, has a rundown of the NBA’s cable and network TV contracts dating back to the 1950′s.
Following up on a story that we first gave you last week, the NFL Network has signed a deal with MyNetworkTV to produce an exclusive edition of NFL Total Access on Saturday nights during the regular season. Broadcasting & Cable’s Marisa Guthrie has the story.
Tim Lemke of the Washington Times says viewers in the Baltimore/DC area could see Saturday’s Redskin-Ravens game on as many as four channels.
This morning, I gave you the link to USA Today’s story about ESPN’s plans to air a 25 hour pregame show for the LSU-Mississippi State game later this month. Here’s ESPN’s press release outlining its plans. Talk about overkill.
NBC Sports gives you its programming schedule for the next month and a half.
That’s it for now.