I’m rushing to finish a project before noon, 11, actually, so I really can’t provide extensive links.
I’ll start with myself today. I have a column at Digital Sports Daily on what else? The NCAA Tournament.
Ed Sherman of Crain’s Chicago Business says a WGN-TV sports anchor decided not to retire this year out of love.
Adam Rose of the Los Angeles Times says the March Madness Sports Illustrated’s cover is out.
Joe Favorito wonders if two other college basketball tournaments that are being played other than the NCAA and NIT have any specific value to the schools playing in them.
38 Cliches again takes MLB Network to task for using the world feed for the World Baseball Classic instead of its own production crew. I’ll agree with this. The production of the world feed has been quite poor and it’s missed key plays.
Maury Brown of the Biz of Baseball says the Dodgers’ Manny Ramirez will be part of DirecTV’s promotional campaign for its CricketTicket pay per view package.
Mike Reynolds of Multichannel News says NBC has renewed with Microsoft for its Silverlight technology to drive its online video streamining for the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Mike writes that Gol TV has renewed its rights to show Spain’s top soccer league.
I have to end it there. I’ll be back later.