Time to give you an update after all that blogging during Super Bowl Media Day.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell hands out his first annual awards to the best Super Bowl appetizers. They do look tasty.
The Sports Media Watch Blog looks at the ratings from the weekend.
Jim Carlisle of the Ventura County Star has a new blog called Slightly Askew and today, he looks at the circus that is known as Super Bowl Media Day.
Leonard Shapiro of the Washington Post wants Fox to dig up Spygate during the Super Bowl.
John Consoli of Mediaweek says Fox has sold out its spots for the Super Bowl.
Roger Catlin of the Hartford Courant looks at the plans of Hartford/New Haven TV stations to cover the Super Bowl.
Ryan Corazza of Chicago Sports Weekly wonders what the fuss over Dana Jacobsen was all about.
Barry Janoff of Brandweek says Domino’s Pizza and ESPN are teaming up for a SportsCenter marketing campaign.
Don Walker of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel looks inside the battle between ESPN.com and Yahoo Sports.
Matt Egan of Fox Business writes that the NHL appears to have fallen below NASCAR in terms of popularity.
Pat Hickey of the Montreal Gazette says the NHL All Star Game was hardly a hit on TV or to the broadcasters calling the game.
That will do it until tomorrow.