I give you some links today. I have to deal with work shit today and some other stuff so I’ll be short on the links.
Michael McCarthy of USA Today says CBS’ Clark Kellogg gets a bigger platform as he moves from the studio to game analyst on the NCAA Tournament.
Good post by SportsByBrooks which states that ESPN Radio wants to squeeze $100,000 from local affiliates for all of its programming.
The New York Post’s Phil Mushnick says a Mike Francesa-Max Kellerman combination on WFAN would be an egofest.
Newsday’s Neil Best wonders if WFAN will be Kellerman’s next stop. Neil adds his thoughts on the whole Kellerman departure from ESPN Radio NY. Neil talks with CBS/YES’ Ian Eagle about why he turned down the offer to be Mike Francesa’s sidekick.
Mark Gaughan of the Buffalo News says the national media do not share Bills fans’ love for the signing of Terrell Owens.
Bill Fleischman of the Philadelphia Daily News says KYW Radio has cut commentaries from the Dean of Philly sportscasters, Bill Campbell from its schedule.
From Crain’s Chicago Business, Ed Sherman says sports radio personality Harry Teinowitz is lucky to be alive after falling off a horse during a stunt last week. Ed says yesterday’s DePaul-Cincinnati game in the Big East Tournament was not heard on local radio. Ed says The Big Ten Network is becoming a cash cow.
Roman Modrowski from the Chicago Sun-Times looks at the schedule for Mike North’s internet sports webcasts.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has ESPN bracketologist Joe Lunardi seeing Marquette as a #7 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
The Daily Oklahoman looks at the ratings of college games in the local area.
Helene Elliot of the Los Angeles Times talks with Kings voice Bob Miller and former voice Jiggs McDonald about the team’s late GM Larry Regan who passed away this week.
Dan Fost from the LA Times says websites including ESPN are supersizing their ads, known as pushdowns, to get the attention of their readers.
Michael David Smith of AOL Fanhouse writes that Bob Knight swore on the air during ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike in the Morning show.
West Virginia University will look at the evolution of Sports Journalism later this month and some of the speakers including Sports Illustrated’s Frank Deford, Deadspin’s A.J. Daulerio and WRC-TV’s Lindsay Czarniak.
EPL Talk is not pleased with ESPN’s coverage of the Champions League.
That’s it for now.