Let’s give you the Monday links today.
USA Today’s Michael Hiestand talks about Speedo Guy from the North Carolina-Duke game and other things seen on TV over the weekend.
We have Tom Jones from the St. Petersburg Times talking about the weekend in televised sports in his Two Cents blog.
Maury Brown of the Biz of Baseball blog reports that Major League Baseball is now going after the Cape Cod League on a copyright dispute.
Chris Zelkovich of the Toronto Star says the CBC’s Elliotte Friedman is one of the best sideline reporters in the business.
Teddy Greenstein has an article on ESPN’s Erin Andrews. Also from the Tribune, Paul Sullivan talks with Cubs Chairman Crane Kenney who’s happy to see more games go to Comcast SportsNet at the expense of WGN-TV.
John Boyette from the Augusta (GA) Chronicle says Braves fans outside of Atlanta are angry they can’t see 45 games that will be on Peachtree TV.
Joe Favorito talks about an Oregon doctor who’s doing a rather unusual March Madness promotion.
The Central Valley Business Times reports that March Madness will cost businesses $1.7 billion in lost worker productivity.
Jack Neff of Advertising Age says a documentary on Olympic hopefils will produce many Kleenex moments.
The Springfield Republican is mad at Comcast SportsNet New England for making fun of Athol.
Luke DeCock of the Raleigh (NC) News & Observer says the NHL Network will cost extra for NHL Center Ice Time Warner Cable subscribers.
Some good news and bad news from The L Word. First, the good news, Showtime has renewed the show for a 6th season. But the bad news it will be its last.
That’s it for now.