Let’s do some linkage for you as I wasn’t able to do it yesterday.
USA Today’s Michael Hiestand writes that CBS will produce the NCAA Final Four in 3-D and show it in about 100 movie theaters.
Phil Swann in TV Predictions feels a deal between Versus and DirecTV could be forthcoming.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell says the NCAA Tournament gets a car upgrade.
Darren also has a look at the future of your living room.
Jim Donaldson from the Providence Journal is happy to see Chuck Wilson return to ESPN Radio this weekend.
Richard Sandomir of the New York Times looks at the new Yankee Stadium college bowl game.
More links coming later.
UPDATE, 3:20 p.m.: After being called away to go to a jobsite, here are some more links.
Nate Davis of USA Today’s The Huddle blog notes that Robert De Niro will play the late Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi for a movie produced by ESPN.
Jim Corbett of the Nation’s Newspaper’s Huddle blog says former NFL QB Kurt Warner is being wooed by several networks for his services next season.
Mike Shields from Mediaweek says CBS has sold out its online ad inventory for the NCAA Tournament.
Writing for the Indiana University National Sports Journalism Center, Eric Deggans of the St. Petersburg Times says sports journalism is now entering a new phase where off the field stuff now becomes news.
Pete Dougherty of the Albany Times Union writes that CBS hopes to remain in the NCAA Tournament game in one way or another.
Pete says CBS pledges to keep New York’s Capital Region fixated on Siena no matter the outcome of other NCAA Tournament games.
Jim Williams from the Washington Examiner says the ACC Tournament will be seen in the DC area either on local TV or online.
Jim says MASN will bring former Orioles pitcher Mike Flanagan to the booth to split time with long time O’s analyst Jim Palmer.
Andrea Adelson of the Orlando Sentinel says ESPN is tightening its stranglehold on New Year’s Day bowl games as fewer games are appearing on network TV.
John Kiesewetter of the Cincinnati Enquirer writes that Fox Sports Ohio has set alternate channels for this week’s college basketball action.
Ed Sherman in Crain’s Chicago Business tells Chicagoans not to expect the Big Ten Tournament back in town any time soon.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel explores the new ESPN film about Vince Lombardi starring Robert De Niro.
Mark Milian of the Los Angeles Times looks at Verizon Wireless streaming certain NFL primetime games and NFL Network’s RedZone for its cell phone customers.
In the Los Angeles Daily News, Tom Hoffarth says the always hot and lovely Kiana Tom is bringing back Flex Appeal.
Eric Degerman of the Tri-City (WA) Herald feels ESPN is acting too much like Big Brother.
Bruce Dowbiggin of the Toronto Globe and Mail who was missing throughout the Winter Olympics is back with an article on Tiger Woods and a Canadian doctor who may or may not have had a steroids connection.
Chris Zelkovich of Toronto Star says ratings in Canada for curling are good.
William Houston in Truth & Rumours writes that it was the media that pushed the NHL and its general managers to do something on head shots.
The Sports Media Watch has the weekend overnight ratings.
SMW says CBS didn’t do well in its last weekend of regular season college basketball before the conference tournaments.
Chris Byrne at the Eye on Sports Media has a picture of the NCAA Tournament Selection Committee hard at work.
Chris also has the “Super 11″ college Sports Information Departments as chosen by the Football Writers Association of America.
Steve Lepore in Puck The Media notes that Versus is actually much cheaper for cable companies to carry than ESPN and NHL Network.
The Major League Soccer Talk blog feels MLS is losing out to the English Premier League on American TV and that’s very true.
And we’ll end it there for now.