Well, I’m still having computer problems and I’ll be blogging less than usual over the next few days until they’re solved, but you’ll be getting posts from me when I’m at work. However, when I’m home, I’ll have to try to finagle something for you. Right now, I’m doing this from another location. I did give you some NFL opens, but I had stored that in the system to publish for today. Until I get my computer issues squared away, the blogging will be limited. However, I will give you something today.
I can give you some stuff from Neil Best of Newsday who talks about going on the record with reporters as he continues to explore the Willie Randolph issue from last week. Neil has some more insight into his Sunday column in his blog today. And Neil has some quotes from filmmaker Christopher Bell who has a documentary on the dangers of steroids.
Richard Sandomir of the New York Times writes about how some TV network crews get the heat after saying something perceived as negative against the teams they cover.
New York Daily News columnist Bob Raissman says the NBA lost when TNT’s Charles Barkley admitted he owed money to a Las Vegas casino. And this is guilt by association how, Bob?
The New York Post’s Phil Mushnick has a lesson for journalism grads.
Ken Schott of the Schenectady Gazette tried to listen to Westwood One’s NHL Radio broadcast of the Stanley Cup Finals last night without much success. And he mentions it finally came up with 2 minutes left in Game 1. Perfect timing.
William Houston of the Toronto Globe and Mail writes that despite not having a Canadian team in the Stanley Cup Finals, CBC feels Detroit and Pittsburgh is the next best bet.
Mike DiMauro of The Day of New London, CT likes Kara Lawson’s analysis during the NCAA Women’s Basketball tournament on ESPN.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell says some petty nitpicking by the Yankees could kill a great MLB promotion at the All Star Game.
Joe Favorito’s sports marketing and public relations blog talks about how the two major motorsports brands are looking for ways to appeal to fans in this economically sensitive time.
That’s it for now. I’ll be in my office on Memorial Day so you can expect an entry on Monday. See you then.