Ok, I’m at the home office and I’ve been waiting to do a couple of things. I’ll try to sneak in a couple of links here.
I’m also going to sneak in two more links from the Sports Business Journal.
John Ourand writes about ESPN’s construction of their new Los Angeles headquarters.
And John joins Tripp Mickle to write a story about the US Olympic Committee’s continued attempts to get a devoted amateur sports channel on cable.
Steve Lepore at Puck The Media has part one of an excellent interview with NESN’s Jack Edwards. You may be surprised at what Jack has to say about ESPN. Steve mentions that the NHL on NBC fell below a 1.0 rating for the first time this season.
The fearless leader of Boston Sports Media Watch, the great Bruce Allen, has an update on the voting for Worst Boston Sports Column.
Adam Rose of the Los Angeles Times says several of the paper’s sportswriters were honored by the Associated Press.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell looks at the official sponsors for both the Yankees and Mets for stadium signage.
Ryan Saghir of the Orbitcast satellite radio blog explains why XM listeners will hear MLB games and why Sirius listeners will not.
Greg Sandoval of CNET talks with MLB Advanced Media CEO Bob Bowman on the reason why MLBAM dumped Microsoft’s Silverlight technology for online steaming of live games after just one season.
Sox & Dawgs has a clip of ESPN hot chick Amy K. Nelson talking with your 2008 American League MVP Dustin Pedroia.
Christopher Bryne of the Eye on Sports Media blog says Michigan State winning tonight’s NCAA Championship game against North Carolina is not going to make anyone who’s lost their job feel any better.
Laura Nachman says Philadelphia native Jayson Stark of ESPN is a best selling Amazon author.
That’s it for now. I’ll be back later with your grade of tonight’s 24 episode.