I’ll have to give you some quick links as I have to leave the office momentarily.
Reid Cherner from USA Today’s Game On blog does the Sports media column today and he talks with CBS’ Clark Kellogg and Greg Anthony about the NCAA Tournament.
From the Sports Business Journal, Terry Lefton writes that Major League Baseball is launching its biggest marketing campaign ever.
Michael Smith of the SBJ says the SEC TV money from CBS and ESPN come just in time for the University of Kentucky and new basketball coach John Calipari.
John Ourand from the SBJ reports that cable is not welcoming the NFL’s Red Zone Channel with open arms.
The New York Post’s Phil Mushnick prefers the Mets’ Citi Field on TV over the new Yankee Stadiums.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell feels Citi Group’s executives should embrace Citi Field, not run away from it. Darren looks at the impact that Michigan State in the Final Four is having on Detroit. Darren says those who bought Tyler Hansbrough’s jersey made a good investment.
The Washington Examiner’s Jim Williams says baseball fans have plenty of options to watch games this season.
Tom Jones of the St. Petersburg Times says CBS’ Clark Kellogg stepped up his game during the Final Four.
Ed Sherman of Crain’s Chicago Business says former boxer Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini is joining Mike North’s new internet sports station.
Judd Zulgad from the Minneapolis Star Tribune writes about the MLB Network getting ready to bring fans closer to the game. And Judd writes that Fox Sports North is expanding its HD offerings for the Twins.
Dusty Saunders of the Denver Post says it’s time to play ball on FSN Rocky Mountain.
Diane Pucin of the Los Angeles Times writes about tonight’s debut of ESPN’s West Coast SportsCenter.
John Ryan from the San Jose Mercury News says it appears Comcast SportsNet California and DirecTV have come to an agreement on carrying Oakland A’s games this season. John feels Jim Nantz and Clark Kellogg were “see no evil” regarding UConn coach Jim Calhoun. John says Comcast SportsNet Bay Area gets ready for a local sports news rollout today.
Chris Zelkovich from the Toronto Star says baseball games are going to get longer thanks to the replay rule.
Maury Brown of the Biz of Baseball looks at the fight over digital rights between sports leagues and local regional sports networks.
That’s all for now.