I’ve found a few more links this afternoon.
First, Sports Illustrated’s Michael Bamberger chronicles for Golf.com how NBC produced the U.S. Open playoff.
Tim Lemke of the Washington Times says America hardly got any work done on Monday as people watched the U.S. Open.
John Ryan of the San Jose Mercury News writes that local NBC affiliate KNTV almost had a Heidi moment during a dramatic moment during the U.S. Open.
The Sports Media Watch says even on a Monday afternoon on the East Coast, people still watched the U.S. Open 18 hole playoff.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell says the 18 hole playoff drew a 30 year ratings high.
Ray Frager of the Baltimore Sun writes in his Medium Well blog that local viewers preferred golf over basketball on Sunday.
Newsday’s Neil Best says SNY thoroughly covered the Mets’ firing of Willie Randolph as it happened late Monday night/early Tuesday morning.
John Dempsey of Variety says NBC Universal has big plans for the WCSN website which will be rebranded as Universal Sports.
Here are NBC Universal’s plans in airing the Olympics on its various TV and cable networks plus online coverage.
Joe Favorito talks about how sports teams and leagues are making good use of digital space.
Awful Announcing says ESPN’s newest marketing campaign might scare some people. It is quite creepy.
The Big Lead had a live chat with Dan LeBatard.
That’s it for now.