Here are some more links today.
The Sports Media Watch looks into the Packers-Cowboys game on Thursday which be available in at most, 35 million cable and satellite households. Bill Ordine of the Baltimore Sun blogs that it will be hard to find the game this Thursday. The Consumerist blog on cable TV says Comcast is fighting back against the NFL Network.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell says the betting favorites in both the NFL and college football went down this weekend.
Laura Nachman has some observations on NBC’s production of the Eagles-Patriots game last night.
Toni Fitzgerald of Media Life Magazine says Sunday Night Football on NBC had its best ever overnight rating. And zap2it also says the Eagles-Pats game gave NBC the win over CBS in the ratings last night. And NBC has put out a press release on the overnight ratings as well.
Dave Goetzl of the Media Daily News looks at NBC’s flex options for the upcoming weeks of Sunday Night Football.
Rob Amen of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review writes that the Monday Night Football theme is as synonymous with the broadcast as Howard Cosell.
Chris Zelkovich of the Toronto Star writes that CBC had a good sendoff for its last Grey Cup. William Houston in the Toronto Globe and Mail writes that CBC’s last CFL broadcast was worthy of its 55 year history.
ESPN lets us know that there will be a roast of ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike in Atlantic City on January 11.
That’s it for now. I’ll have the Amazing Race Ep. 4 recap later tonight. Primetime Viewing Picks coming up.