I’ll do some more links as I get ready for another episode of 24.
Tom Jones of the St. Petersburg Times looks at the weekend in televised sports.
The Dallas Morning News’ Barry Horn is amazed at the Pro Bowl’s ratings.
The Houston Chronicle’s David Barron wonders what The Who will play at halftime of Super Bowl XLIV, but I don’t think he received the memo that word has leaked out already, from PETE TOWNSHEND HIMSELF!!!!
John Kiesewetter in the Cincinnati Enquirer regrets that the late Joe Nuxhall didn’t make the Baseball Hall of Fame Broadcasting Wing.
Ed Sherman from Crain’s Chicago Business discusses the new Mike North-Dan Jiggets morning show which premiered on the local CBS station this morning.
Dusty Saunders of the Denver Post remembers the late Tom Brookshier.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News has your sports calendar for this week.
Bruce Dowbiggin from the Toronto Globe and Mail discusses the vindication of Alex Burrows on Hockey Night in Canada.
Chris Zelkovich in the Toronto Star did not like the Shakespearean tragic opening on Hockey Day in Canada.
Steve Lepore at Puck The Media delves into a Sports Business Journal story regarding a new nightly news and entertainment show on Versus.
The Sports Media Watch has a look at the amazing Pro Bowl viewership.
SMW says despite the overnight start times for the women’s and men’s finals in the Australian Open, the ratings for both were up from last year.
SMW notes the lower ratings for the Farmers Insurance Open.
And the Sports Media Watch says CBS’ college basketball ratings did well over the weekend.
Chris Byrne in the Eye on Sports Media looks at CBS and the Pop Culture happenings during the 17 previous times it has aired the Super Bowl.
And we’re done with the links.