This being Christmas Eve, the posting will be a bit lighter today. Of course if something breaks, I’ll post it, but for now, let’s get to the links and give you what I can.
Michael Hiestand of USA Today says ESPN is getting ready to make your TV interactive in summer 2009.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell tells us what the Yankees can buy with $423.5 million.
Joe Favorito says the best league positioned to weather the bad economy is Major League Soccer.
The New York Times’ Richard Sandomir writes that the Yankees will offer free or cheap tickets to two exhibition games this Spring, but will they be enough to attract fans to the ball park?
Tim Lemke of the Washington Times says the MLB Network already has a loaded studio lineup.
William Hageman of the Chicago Tribune says Chicago meteorologist Amy Freeze set the Monday Night Football crew straight on her name.
Judd Zulgad of the Minneapolis Star Tribune says a deal between the NFL Network and Comcast will allow more people to watch the Insight Bowl.
Aaron Barnhart of the Kansas City Star writes that the NFL Network’s Insight Bowl will air locally on New Year’s Eve.
Barry Horn of the Dallas Morning News says Fox is not giving big time coverage to the Lions-Packers game.
Diane Pucin of the Los Angeles Times says the NFL Network plans to air some “Christmas Classics” on Christmas Day.
John Ryan from the San Jose Mercury News tells us what he’s watching during the Christmas holiday.
Mike Reynolds of Multichannel News writes that the early returns from the ratings of the first college bowls games are good for the ESPN family of networks. And Mike writes that there’s no rest for the NBA on Christmas Day.
Not too many links today, but it’s quality not quantity.