Let’s give you some more links this morning.
USA Today’s Michael Hiestand says scheduling the games in the NCAA Tournament is not an easy task for CBS.
Robyn Norwood of the Los Angeles Times talks with Bob Knight about his ESPN work and his promotion of the March Mega Madness package on DirecTV.
Neil Best of Newsday tells us that ESPN’s Baseball Tonight program will be live from Yankee Stadium on Opening Day.
Ray Frager of the Baltimore Sun writes in his Medium Well blog about the appearance of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the Colbert Report and Maryland announcer Johnny Holliday being hip with the times.
John Ryan from the San Jose Mercury News says CBS will make sure every market will get NCAA Tournament games in HD.
Katy Bachman of Mediaweek says CBS Radio and CBS College Sports are teaming up to form an NCAA Tournament website.
Fritz Nelson of InformationWeek says the March Madness on Demand online feature for the NCAA Tournament is the future of TV.
Mike Brudenell of the Detroit Free Press writes that FSN Detroit has new deals in place with the Pistons, Red Wings and Tigers that will go into the next decade.
John Boyette from the Augusta (GA) Chronicle says Atlanta Braves fans will be able to see all of the team’s games thanks to an agreement between Comcast and Peachtree TV.
Matt Egan of Fox Business News says the NBA helped to fill the sports void in February and the TV ratings prove it.
Stepfanie Romine of the Cincinnati Enquirer profiles former ESPN SportsCenter Betsy Ross who now runs a sports public relations and marketing firm.
Those are your links for now.