Some links to give you here tonight.
Chris Pursell of TV Week updated his Pressbox blog and he talks with Fox Sports’ Joe Buck. Included in the blog entry is part of Buck’s Fox late night show pilot.
The lovely Tina Cervasio of NESN has posted some pictures of her experiences during the ALCS and World Series.
John Daly of the Daly Planet blog which follows motorsports on TV has an entry on ESPN making some much needed changes to its “NASCAR Now” show.
Time Warner Cable has added the NHL Network to its sports and high definition tiers in San Antonio.
The Bloomington (IL) Pentagraph says the Today show will profile Michael Jordan’s son, Jeffrey tomorrow.
From the San Jose Mercury News, John Ryan says the Patriots-Colts game pulled a higher rating in the Bay Area than the season average for both the 49ers and the Raiders.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Bob Wolfley writes that ESPN’s Jay Bilas and Digger Phelps are bullish on Wisconsin and Marquette for this college basketball season.
In his Medium Well blog in the Baltimore Sun, Ray Frager writes that in the early going, Stephen “A is for Acrimony” Smith and Bill Walton are not meshing well in the ESPN NBA studio.
George M. Thomas of the Akron Beacon Journal writes that problems seen during Saturday’s Big Ten Network telecast of Wisconsin-Ohio State were limited to Dish Network only.
The Canyon Lake (TX) Times Guardian has an article regarding Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones visit to Guadelupe Valley Telecommunications Cooperative headquarters, a small cable TV company in the San Antonio area that carries the NFL Network.
TSN will air the Hockey Hall of Fame induction ceremonies this coming Monday.
Those are the links for now. Thursday links will be late as I’ll be out of the office for most of the day. I’ll put them up when I can.