A few more links for you.
Here are some links from the Sports Business Journal.
John Ourand writes that ad time for the NFL Conference Championship Games are sold out and the Super Bowl is 90% sold out.
John says cable providers and several regional sports networks held off their carriage battles for yet another year.
John and Tripp Mickle combine for an article on the NHL Network being picked up by AT&T U-Verse.
And Tripp reports that Fox’s Fuel TV has come to an agreement with ESPN to promote the Winter X Games later this month.
Crain’s Chicago Business’ Ed Sherman gives his impressions on the “Monsters in the Morning” premiere on Comcast SportsNet this morning.
The Dallas Morning News’ Barry Horn actually kept track of the Jim Johnson mentions during yesterday’s Eagles-Giants game.
Christopher Byrne of the Eye on Sports Media blog goes over who skated for the late Paul Newman in the greatest hockey movie ever, “Slap Shot”.
The Big Lead reviews the NFL on TV from the weekend.
I forgot that the Golden Globe Awards were on last night, not that I would have watched, but my friend, Linda Dias has some thoughts on the show.
Two things we’re monitoring today. The streaming of the Baseball Hall of Fame announcement on MLB.com (hopefully Jim Rice gets in) and Billy Packer and Bob Knight making some March Madness-related announcement (scroll down) in Las Vegas. When we get news from both camps, I’ll post it here.