Time to give you some more stuff.
In his Farther Off the Wall blog, Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News previews the comments by Bryant Gumbel at the end of tonight’s Real Sports program on HBO (of which I’ll have a real time review).
John Ryan of the San Jose Mercury News wonders if this year’s Pro Bowl could be the next to last played in Hawaii.
Eric Wilbur of Boston.com has more on the Red Sox bringing in Dale Arnold and Jon Rish into its radio broadcast team. And the always lovely Jessica Heslam of the Boston Herald has details in her Messenger blog. Paul Flannery of Boston Magazine writes in the Boston Daily blog that it’s nice to have Dave O’Brien in the booth for most of the season.
We’ve got another Chris Berman video. Michael David Smith of the AOL Fanhouse blog links to one in which Boomer talks about smuggling codeine from Canada. Yes, it’s real.
Wayne Friedman of Mediapost says NBC plans to make a big publicity push for its fall programming during the Summer Olympics. Mike Shields of Adweek says NBC will also distribute clips of the Olympics on MSN.com.
John Consoli of Mediaweek writes that the NBA All Star Game will be seen on a record number of international TV outlets.
Alex Weprin of Broadcasting & Cable reports that Keith Hernandez has re-signed to be an analyst on Mets games with SNY.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell says even Michael Jordan has been retired from the NBA for five years, he’s still a marketing success.