I’m back from running errands so it’s time for some links on this Wednesday.
First, I’m seeing increased traffic the last two days. It’s all for my post last year on Hot Chicks, formerly in Sports Broadcasting, who should be back in Sports Broadcasting. It’s mainly for this picture of Jillian Reynolds.
On to the links.
Michael Hiestand of USA Today says the vacant New York Knicks coaching and GM positions could throw a monkey wrench in the NBA TV analyst world.
Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy spares his usual venom and pays tribute to WBZ-TV sports anchor Bob Lobel who signed off for the last time on Tuesday night.
Adam Leetch of the Portsmouth (NH) Times Herald profiles local resident Dave O’Brien who has his dream job as secondary radio voice of the Red Sox.
Doug Doughty of the Roanoke (VA) Times says the Voice of the Virginia Cavaliers has resigned.
Jeffrey Flanagan of the Kansas City Star writes that the Voice of the Chiefs is not leaving the booth and nor is he moving to TV.
Maury Brown from the Biz of Basketball blog says TNT is still seeing double digit ratings increases for the NBA Playoffs.
Langston Wertz, Jr. of the Charlotte Observer likes Inside the NBA on TNT (scroll down).
From CNN Money, Time Warner is selling off its cable unit which includes CNN, TNT, TBS and HBO.
Greg Augman of the St. Petersburg Times writes that says organizers from the city, ESPN, the Big East and Conference USA are making a presentation to the NCAA for yet another college football bowl game.
The Chattanoogan of Tennessee tells us that FSN’s Amazing Sports Stories will feature a 17 year old girl who struck out Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig in 1931.
Chris Dufrense of the Los Angeles Times writes that Fox Sports is not standing in the way of the BCS changing format.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says ESPN Deportes Radio is coming into town.
Len Ziehm of the Chicago Sun-Times reports that the Blackhawks apparently will move to WGN-AM next season.
That’s going to be it for now.