I’ll give you some linkage tonight.
Let’s start with the news from John Consoli of Mediaweek who reports that CBS is claiming victory as the most watched network for the NFL based on cumulative audience. Katy Bachman of Mediaweek writes that a glitch in the ratings reported an unbelievably low number for WCVB when it aired the Patriots off a simulcast with ESPN.
The Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson writes for Pro Football Weekly that Fox is claiming victory for the NFL saying it had the highest ratings for its NFC package of games.
From Pete Dougherty of the Albany (NY) Times Union’s Best Seat in My House blog, he has comments from Fox Sports’ Terry Bradshaw on the Giants-Cowboys game this Sunday.
ESPN gives us the features it will air this weekend on Sunday NFL Countdown and NFL Matchup.
John Eggerton of Broadcasting & Cable says ESPN plans to broadcast the entire 2008 Indy Racing League schedule in HD.
Newsday’s Neil Best reports in his Watchdog blog that Lee Mazzilli will join SNY as a studio analyst for Mets games.
Jim Carlisle of the Ventura County Star writes in his blog that new UCLA football coach Rick Neuheisel will appear on FSN Prime Ticket tonight at 10 ET.
CBS Sports previews its college basketball coverage this weekend.
Mike Reynolds of Multichannel News writes that ACC fans can access 34 regular season basketball games as well as other sports along with highlights and video features on ACCSelect.com.
The NBA and ESPN have announced a scheduling change for the nationally televised game on January 27 on ABC. Instead of airing Phoenix at Chicago, ABC has opted for Orlando at Boston.
That’s going to do it for now. The Friday megalinks will be late as I’ll be at a jobsite.