After being at a jobsite early this morning, I can now give you some linkage. Trying to warm up after being cut in half by the winds off Narragansett Bay. Let’s do this.
Starting with Eriq Gardner of the Hollywood Reporter, he mentions that ESPN is being sued over its GameCast online feature.
According to the Hartford Courant, ESPN is apparently hiring.
It appears the wife of ex-ESPN MLB analyst Steve Phillips has withdrawn her divorce petition.
Alan Pergament of the Buffalo News scratches his head over the Sabres’ decline in the ratings.
Pete Dougherty of the Albany Times Union got to see The Masters in 3-D.
Laura Nachman says the late Tom Brookshier of the Philadelphia Eagles, CBS and WIP will be honored later this month.
Laura says Verizion Fios subscribers get The Comcast Network added to their lineup.
Jim Williams of the Washington Examiner tells us to expect big ratings for The Masters today.
Jim recaps Charles Barkley’s comments on Masters chairman Billy Payne on TNT the other night.
Chip Cirillo from The Tennessean says the Music City Bowl returns to New Year’s Eve this year.
Mel Bracht of the Daily Oklahoman says after a regular season of being mostly shutout by ABC, ESPN and TNT, the NBA TV partners will be showing plenty of the Oklahoma City Thunder during the postseason.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Times recaps the week in blogging and sports media.
Gary Lycan of the Orange County Register likes ESPN Radio putting some of its programming plus some Anaheim Angels games on a competing station.
Paula Duffy in the Los Angeles Examiner says women’s sports pioneer Billie Jean King will get the ESPN Homecoming treatment next week.
Mike Freeman of the San Diego Union-Tribune saw The Masters in 3-D on Friday.
Earlier this week, Rose DiManno of the Toronto Star took ESPN’s Erin Andrews to task for looking like a bimbo on “Dancing With the Stars.”
Sports Illustrated’s Jimmy Traina gets Erin’s reaction to the DiManno column.
Milton Kent at Fanhouse feels the CBS-produced Masters telecast on ESPN overgushed on the event.
Brian McTaggert of MLB.com says Houston Astros legend Jeff Bagwell is joining the TV broadcast booth tonight.
The Sports Media Watch notes that last Sunday’s NBA on ABC doubleheader saw increased ratings.
SMW informs us that NBC saw an increase for the NHL Game of the Week.
And SMW has various ratings odds and ends.
We’ll end it there for today. Enjoy the rest of your Saturday.