The links are here, let’s get to them.
Michael Hiestand of USA Today recaps the testimony of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and cable providers on Capitol Hill yesterday. Gerry Shih of the Austin American-Statesman reports on the all-out attack by Goodell on the cable providers. Robin Brown of CBC News wonders if sports on over the air TV is becoming a thing of the past.
Bill Doyle of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette talks with former Red Sox TV announcer Sean McDonough who will call today’s Red Sox-Dodgers Spring Training game for ESPN.
There’s a column from the Frankfort (IN) Times about the Big Ten Network relunctantly calling it necessary for the sports fan. Unfortunately, I can’t give credit to the writer because there’s no name on the website.
Zak Brown of the Boulder Daily Camera says a local road race that had been broadcast an a local CBS affiliate for over 25 years will now be televised on FSN Rocky Mountain.
Bill Dwyre of the Los Angeles Times has some thoughts on recent news out of ESPN.
Newsday’s Neil Best tells us that ESPN will show 30 features on Yankee Stadium as it goes into its last year of use.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell wonders if the Patriots’ Randy Moss can bring the Pony brand back into the forefront.
Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic will air 16 DC United soccer games this season.
Barry Silverman of the Pressbox Baltimore sports site says a MASN HD channel is in the works.
The Orbitcast satellite radio blog reports that XM Satellite Radio will have extensive coverage of The Masters next month.
Not many links this morning. But I’ll be back later with an update.