I have some more linkage for you on this Sunday. Some good stuff to get to while I try to forget the Yankees-Red Sox game and the fact that I still don’t have a TV right now. We’ll discuss that on Monday.
Anyway, Ben Grossman of Broadcasting & Cable talked with Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer who has calmed down after wanting to punch a few ESPN people for mocking his Favre-to-Minnesota story last week.
Glen Dickson of B&C says the High Def super slo-mo are beginning to catch up with technology.
Wayne Friedman of Mediapost says network ad sales for the NFL have been quite slow as the season opener approaches.
Elizabeth Kim of the Connecticut Post says NBC is expanding its production into Stamford joining the NBC Sports office which have been there since 1997.
Richard Sandomir of the New York Times caught up with John Madden last week.
Josh Land of the Carroll County (MD) Times feels ESPN went overboard on the Vick and Favre coverage.
David Climer in the Tennessean says former Vols coach Phil Fulmer is using TV as a springboard to get another job on the sidelines.
Kyle Veazey of the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger writes that SEC football fans will have to be prepared for a lot more games on TV and plenty of them to be played at night.
Rich Lieberman of the San Francisco Examiner feels new 49ers voice Ted Robinson is already in mid-season form.
Joe Favorito says the Baltimore Ravens reaching out to the military helps its standing in the community.
Anthony DiComo of MLB.com writes about the number of players who are looking to broadcasting when they retire from the game.
Staci D. Kramer of paidContent.org says NBC Sports and the NFL will stream Sunday Night Football once again this season, but no embedding will be allowed.
Chris Byrne of the Eye on Sports Media has the entire 2009 college football on TV schedule.
The Sports Media Watch reviews last week in the sports media.
Dave Warner of EPL Talk says for the most part, ESPN2′s return to the English Premier League has gone well.
The CSMB blog notices that WBZ-FM/98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston is off to a not-so-good start.
That’s the poop for now. Back with more links on Monday.