Checking out the links for you tonight.
Newsday’s Neil Best wonders how Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer got his hands on the Patriots’ Spygate tape. Neil has some ammunition for Patriots fans. He writes that Fox’s Joe Buck has done a whole slew of Giants games this season while not doing a single Pats game. Neil says ESPN’s Dick Vitale will return to work next week during the Duke-North Carolina game.
The New York Post’s Justin Terranova writes in his NYP TV Sports blog that WFAN’s Mike & the Mad Dog were correct today when they said the Mets need to sign Johan Santana.
The Sports Media Watch tells us that the NBA is a prime target for advertisers.
John Consoli of Mediaweek says Fox will take in a total of $260 million in ad revenue for Super Bowl Sunday.
Mike Reynolds of Multichannel News tells us that the Big Ten Network has signed an agreement with Massillon Cable in Ohio.
The Hillsdale (MI) Daily News reports that Comcast has moved ESPN from the limited basic tier.
An editorial in Thursday’s Hartford Courant calls for forgiveness for ESPN’s Dana Jacobsen.
Thomas Harding of MLB.com writes that the Colorado Rockies will have its first nationally televised regular season game on ESPN in six years.
That will do it for tonight. See you on Thursday.