I’ve been actually busy doing some errands at home as I don’t have a car due to the accident last Friday, but lazy to blog. Time to give you some linkage now.
Stuart Levine from Variety asks if the Super Bowl will ever appear on cable.
Mike Reynolds from Multichannel News says Fox Soccer Channel has issued an iPhone/iPod Touch app for the World Cup.
Mike tells us that Tennis Channel is marketing its French Open coverage at selected US French restaurants. Really.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell has his choice for Sports Toy of the Year.
Richard Sandomir of the New York Times reports that the Giants and Jets are trying to lure international companies to sell naming rights to their new stadium.
Paul Post in The Saratogian (NY) speaks with ESPN NHL analyst Barry Melrose.
Greg Connors of the Buffalo News lists some podcasts you can listen to while running.
Don B. Burke of the Newark (NJ) Star-Ledger profiles the best NHL play-by-play man, Mike Emrick who will call the Stanley Cup Finals for NBC tonight.
The Delaware News-Journal says the Blue Hens will appear four times on TV as part of the Colonial Athletic Association football package on Comcast SportsNet.
Jim Williams of the Washington Examiner says tennis fans will be covered all weekend with three networks airing the French Open.
Tom Jones of the St. Petersburg Times talks with former New York Yankees outfielder Bernie Williams who will be performing in the local area this weekend.
Barry Horn of the Dallas Morning News writes about ESPN’s Jon Miller who got to sow his broadcasting oats with the Texas Rangers.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News looks at some of interesting stories from this week.
Deadspin notes that Access Hollywood’s and noted Celtics fan Maria Menounos was taunting Orlando’s Vince Carter on Friday.
John Daly of the Daly Planet says NASCAR is sending a mixed message by recruiting the polarizing Reverend James Dobson to deliver an invocation before tomorrow’s Coca-Cola 600 and trying to be edgy on Showtime’s Inside NASCAR program.
Paulsen at the Sports Media Watch says the final rating for the UEFA Champions League was a slight improvement over last year.
SMW says Game 5 of the NBA Western Conference Finals finished strongly for TNT.
SMW has the overnight ratings from Friday’s clincher of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals.
SMW notes that entering its final race of the season, NASCAR on Fox is down from last year.
SMW has the Stanley Cup Finals ratings dating back to the late 20th Century.
Steve Lepore at Puck The Media says the legendary voice of the Edmonton Oilers will be turning off his mic for good.
And we’ll finish it there.