I’m finding some good linkage for you this evening so I’ll give them to you now before Lost comes on.
First, Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch explores why ESPN and Golf Channel were so willing to accept Tiger Woods’ interview restrictions and why CBS did not.
Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com has the Pac-10 Conference looking into creating a football championship to maximize TV rights fees.
David Tanklefsky of Broadcasting & Cable says MSG and Coca-Cola are celebrating a 100 year partnership.
Keith Groller of the Allentown (PA) Morning Call says a local TV and radio reporter is heading to New York to cover the Yankees for ESPN Radio.
Dan Steinberg at the Washington Post’s Sporting Bog has the video of Maryland coach Gary Williams getting choked up at the thought of losing Greivis Vasquez to graduation.
MASN announces it will launch in the Harrisburg, PA area on Comcast systems on March 31.
The Atlanta Business Journal picks up a Sports Business Journal story from John Lombardo about TNT’s NBA studio team going on the road to call its first game on-site since 2006.
Adam Mertz of the Capital (WI) Times looks at the perpetually angry Doug Gottlieb’s verbal beatdown of Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan.
The Sports Media Watch says ratings for the primetime sessions of the NCAA Tournament were down last week.
The Tennis-X blog has the TV schedule for the Miami Sony Ericsson Tournament.
That’s it for now