Let’s give you your links for this morning.
We start off with Neil Best of Newsday who writes in his blog that Suzyn Waldman is angry at WFAN’s Craig Carton who apparently has been quite critical of her.
To some weekly Thursday columns starting with the Worcester Telegram & Gazette’s Bill Doyle. He talks with Fox’s Tim McCarver who will call the American League Championship Series with Joe Buck. McCarver tells Doyle that Red Sox manager Terry Francona deserves AL Manager of the Year honors.
Joanne C. Gerstner of the Detroit News has an e-mail conversation Alyssa Milano whom as regular readers of this blog are aware, is working with TBS on its Hot Corner site both as a blogger and an internet reporter.
To the Oklahoman where Mel Bracht says ESPN/ABC’s Kirk Herbstreit won’t be traveling after College Gameday on Saturday. Bracht also has his “What to Watch” feature this week. And Bracht has his media notes column.
Richard Sandomir of the New York Times talks about ESPN beating TNT to air the first two rounds of the Masters next year.
Larry Stewart of the Los Angeles Times writes in the Morning Briefing that there’s a lot of college football on recently.
John Faherty of the Arizona Republic writes that the National League Championship Series between the Diamondbacks and Rockies doesn’t seem to carry a lot of juice for TBS which is carrying the series starting tonight. Joanne Ostrow of the Denver Post feels bad for those without cable or satellite who won’t be able to see the series. Dusty Saunders in the Rocky Mountain News writes that FSN’s Drew Goodman and George Frazier remain hopeful about the Rockies’ chances. Michael Smerconish writes in the Philadelphia Daily News that MLB messed up when it and TBS scheduled the Phillies for late afternoon and late night games in its series with the Rockies last week. Get over it, Michael.
Speaking to the HD World Convention in New York, Executive Vice President for NBC Olympics, David Neal, said the 2008 Summer Olympics will be broadcast entirely in HD.
Wayne Fish of the Bucks County Courier Times says former Versus and NBC NHL host Bill Clement misses his old roles.
Those are your links for now.