I am seeing some stories for Friday, but I’ll leave those for the megalinks. I can provide you with a few links before closing my eyes for the night.
Staci D. Kramer of paidContent.org notes that Fox Sports Net is softly launching local versions of its websites to rival the local sites offered by Comcast SportsNet and ESPN.
From the Nielsen ratings Wire blog, we discover that the NFL Touch clothing line ad was the most liked ad for a particular time period.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell has some marketing suggestions for the winless New Jersey Nets.
Darren writes that Allen Iverson’s early dismissal from the Memphis Grizzlies won’t have too much an effect on his jersey inventory.
Pete Dougherty of the Albany Times Union says a local TV sportscaster is leaving the market.
Pete reports that the Bills will be on Sunday locally as per the request of the local CBS affiliate.
Ken Schott from the Schenectady Gazette says Time Warner Cable will air local high school football playoff games.
Laura Nachman waxes poetic about watching the old NFL Today featuring the late Jimmy The Greek.
Tim Lemke of the Washington Times says Verizon Fios in Maryland won’t be picking up Comcast SportsNet Plus preventing fans from seeing overflow Capitals and Wizards games when there is a conflict.
Mel Bracht of the Oklahoman previews this Saturday’s college football action.
John Niyo of the Detroit News says the Browns-Lions game won’t be seen in the Motor City on Sunday.
Scott Dochterman in the Cedar Rapids (IA) Gazette says Big Ten Network will be handing out the conference awards on Monday.
That’s going to do it for tonight.