Monthly Archives: September 2007

Sunday Links

For those of you just getting up this morning, the USA soccer controversy did not prevent the Women’s Soccer team from blasting Norway, 4-1 in the 3rd place match at the Women’s World Cup in China today. Brazil and Germany are scoreless at the time of this post. I’ll give you a few links this […]

Videos of the Week – Liz Phair

I love having this blog because I can have anything I want here. Last week I had videos of Shandi Finnessey. This week, I’m going to give you videos of my favorite female singer, Liz Phair. Ever since I first listened to her, I knew she was special. And she’s fun in interviews as well. […]

NFL Picks for Week 4

I had a bad week. Still over .500, but 8-7 for an overall record of 25-16 for a .610 winning percentage, but I could do better. It’ll start with this week. Baltimore at Cleveland – CBS 1 p.m.This is a bitter game for me as many of you know, rotten crook Art Modell moved my […]

Saturday Night Links

Going into the links for you tonight. I’ve been out all day, but I’m getting ready to watch some baseball, college football and boxing. Starting with baseball, TBS.com has relaunched its MLB section and it looks much better than last week. Sports Media Watch has the schedules and times for the Division, Championship and World […]

Saturday Morning Linkage

As I celebrate the Red Sox winning the American League East, Friday night was truly a great night of baseball. The Chicago Cubs clinched the National League Central, but they had to wait until Milwaukee lost to San Diego to celebrate. The Arizona Diamondbacks clinched a playoff spot, but didn’t find out until manager Bob […]

Weekend Viewing Picks

Saturday, September 29Presidents Cup – NBC, 8 a.m.NHL Season Opener from London – Anaheim vs. LA – CBC/HDNet, noonMLB/Nationals at Phillies or Cubs at Reds or Angels at A’s – Fox, 3:55 p.m.MLB/Minnesota at Red Sox – NESN, 7 p.m.NFL Total Access – My NetworkTV, 9 p.m.Showtime Championship Boxing/Chad Dawson vs. Adrian Diaconu – Showtime, […]

NFL Viewing Picks for 09/30/07

Fox NFL Sunday – Fox, noonBaltimore at Cleveland – CBS, 1 p.m. (DirecTV channel 704)St. Louis at Dallas – Fox, 1 p.m. (DirecTV channels 708/723)Chicago at Detroit – Fox, 1 p.m. (DirecTV channels 709/719)Green Bay at Minnesota – Fox, 1 p.m. (DirecTV channels 710/720)Seattle at San Francisco – Fox, 4 p.m. (DirecTV channels 711/724)Denver at […]

College Football Viewing Picks for Saturday, 09/29/07 (all times Eastern)

College Gameday (live from the University of Oregon) – ESPN, 10 a.m.Notre Dame at Purdue – ESPN, noonLSU at Tulane – ESPN2, noonTemple at Army – ESPNU, noon Indiana at Iowa – Big Ten Network, noon (DirecTV channel 218/Dish Network channel 440)Michigan at Northwestern – Big Ten Network, noon (DirecTV channel 219/Dish Network channel 441)Penn […]

"That's the Wrong Video"

Thanks to Newsday’s Neil Best who posted this on his blog, this is an early candidate for Video of the Week. Sometimes, local news broadcasts fail to check their rundowns and you get the wrong video. This video to accompany a story on Kevin Everett on a Florida TV station is not what the anchor […]

Primetime & Late Night Viewing Picks

MLB/Minnesota at Red Sox – NESN, 7 p.m.MLB/San Diego at Milwaukee – ESPN, 8 p.m.College Football/West Virginia at South Florida -ESPN2, 8 p.m.Live Earth Concert Special – My NetworkTV, 8 p.m.Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team – CMTV, 8 p.m.Late Show with David Letterman – CBS, 11:35 p.m.Bikini Chain Gang – Cinemax, 12:30 a.m

Friday Update – Big Ten Network picked up by WOW Cable and Other Stories

Some Breaking News for you. The Big Ten Network has signed an agreement with Wide Open West (WOW) Cable meaning a presence in southwest Michigan, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus and Evansville, IN. Mark Snyder of the Detroit News has the story from the Michigan side. Jon Lafayette of TV Week writes a version of this breaking […]

It's Mega-Link Friday

Let’s not waste any time and get to the links. The theme of the day for the media writers across the country is TBS airing the MLB postseason for the first time. We’ll start with USA Today’s Michael Hiestand who writes about FSN’s Sports Science series which premieres this Sunday and the talk about the […]

Some Thursday Night Links

Let’s give a few links tonight. First, if you’re a subscriber to XM Satellite Radio and an NHL fan, you’re in luck because it will carry every game of the season. This is the first year of a long term agreement. The NHL had been with Sirius up until last season. Orbitcast has that story. […]

Primetime & Late Night Viewing Picks

Minnesota at Red Sox – NESN, 7 p.m.College Football/Southern Mississippi at Boise State – ESPN, 7:30 p.m.Survivor China – CBS, 8 p.m.CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (season premiere) – CBS, 9 p.m.Grey’s Anatomy (season premiere) – ABC, 9 p.m.It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia – FX, 10 p.m.The Late Show with David Letterman – CBS, 11:35 p.m.

Thursday Afternoon Linkage

I’ll give you a few links here and then head for home. I may have an update tonight. Not sure. First, Tom Hoffarth of the LA Daily News reports in his Farther Off the Wall blog that KLAC has made a change in its morning show, blowing out Fred Roggin, TJ. Simers and Tracy Simers […]

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