Well, since there’s no live stream of Amazing Race Asia, I have to wait for someone to post the results on Reality Fan Forum. I know I have a loyal readership in Asia for the recaps. If anyone wants to provide a live stream of the show on a site that I will not mention here, please feel free to e-mail. My address is on the left.
Here are some links for you.
Newsday’s Neil Best remembers New York Giants radio analyst Dick Lynch who passed away on Wednesday. And Neil says Lynch was an integral part of the Giants family.
Richard Sandomir of the New York Times attended an NBA refereeing media seminar.
Maury Brown’s Biz of Hockey has a look at a new broadcasting agreement the NHL has signed in Asia.
Bob Smizik of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette says the Penguins are airing 47 and possibly more of its games in HD.
Barry Horn of the Dallas Morning News says a new book about the Cowboys won’t be greeted warmly by the team.
Bruce Allen from the Boston Sports Media Watch says the Globe is starting up a new weekly publication devoted to sports.
Christopher Byrne’s Eye on Sports Media blog has a guest column today from an official from Idaho State University’s athletic department on why a blogger has been credentialed for its football games.
In a related note, Keith Thibeault of the Sports Media Journal talks about him being credentialed this past summer for Pawtucket Red Sox games to help cover games for a blog. I linked to this last night, but I thought it would be interesting to link to this again.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News says tonight’s MLS game on ESPN begins Hispanic Heritage Month on the network.
Lauren Bertolini of the Syracuase Post-Standard writes that NBC’s Bob Costas was honored in town last night.
The 38Cliches blog isn’t too thrilled that Dave O’Brien won’t be on the Red Sox Radio Network during the postseason.
SportsbyBrooks has the video of the deflation of the Hoosier Dome roof.
I’ll end it there for now. I’ll be back later.