Let’s give you some links this evening.
Justin Terranova from the New York Post’s NYP TV Sports blog says the YES Network’s Bobby Mercer is resting after undergoing a biopsy earlier today.
In his Parting Schotts blog, new Friend of Fang’s Bites Ken Schott of the Schenectady (NY) Gazette writes about the rebranding of FSN New York.
The Los Angeles Daily News’ Tom Hoffarth in his Farther Off the Wall blog says KABC won’t be broadcasting every Dodger Spring Training game from Vero Beach, FL.
Tom Jones of the St. Petersburg Times writes in his Two Cents blog about the best press conferences meltdowns.
Christopher Byrne of the Eye on Sports Media blog has some pictures from ESPN2′s production of last night’s Tennessee-Georgia game.
Joe Favorito’s Sports Marketing and Public Relations blog looks at the comeback of the Harlem Globetrotters, the connection of Presidential hopeful Barack Obama to sports and Mark Cuban’s take on foreign ownership of our sports teams.
Jim Williams of the DC/Baltimore Examiner says Comcast will put MASN’s Orioles and Nationals games in HD on MOJO.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell says we’ve reached a new era in season ticket sales, auctioning them off to the highest bidder as the Chicago Cubs are doing.
Gail Schiller of the Hollywood Reporter says NBC Universal-owned iVillage.com will show several webisodes on Olympic athletes and their families as they get ready for the Summer Games in Communist China.
NBC Sports has selected the Philadelphia Flyers-Pittsburgh Penguins contest for its flex NHL game on March 16. After this broadast, NBC will have two more regular season telecasts.
John Ryan of the San Jose Mercury News wonders in his Morning Buzz blog why the Boise State win over Oklahoma was chosen as No. 2 in ESPN’s stupid feature, the Greatest Highlight.
That will do it for tonight. See you Tuesday.