Let’s finish up the Megalinks.
Sports Media Watch says the Travelers Championship drew a mixed bag for CBS last week.
SMW notes that the World Cup Round of 16 including USA-Ghana garnered great ratings for ESPN/ABC.
SMW adds that the College World Series on ESPN outrated Stephen Strasburg’s appearance on Monday Night Baseball on ESPN2 last Monday.
Steve Lepore at Puck The Media says the NHL Awards and NHL Draft on Versus performed decently.
Evan Silva of Pro Football Talk says the last NFL pick in this year’s draft a.k.a. “Mr. Irrelevant” signed his contract live on NFL Network.
SportsbyBrooks notes that the Los Angeles Times had to retract part of an obituary written about the late UCLA coach John Wooden.
Dylan Stableford of The Wrap delves into ESPN’s decision to move its magazine operations from New York to Bristol, CT next year.
The Courthouse News Service says the Florida Court of Appeals has ruled against boxing promoter Don King in a lawsuit against ESPN.
East and Mid-Atlantic
Richard Sandomir of the New York Times says enough with the Wimbledon tape delays, NBC.
Jim Williams of the Washington Examiner talks with CBS golf analyst David Feherty about his new special this weekend.
Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post’s DC Sports Bog has a funny video of a MASN interview with the Nationals’ Nyjer Morgan.
Northern Virginia Daily looks at yet another dispute between MASN and a local cable provider.
Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald talks with a local sportscaster who celebrates 20 years in the market.
Sarah Talalay from the South Florida Sun Sentinel says the Miami Heat has launched an online ticket system to meet expected increased demand this upcoming season.
Tom Rife of the Naples (FL) Daily News talks with NBC/ESPN tennis analyst Mary Carillo about Breakfast at Wimbledon.
John Archibald of the Birmingham News says a former sportswriter with the paper has joined BP’s public relations team.
Ray Buck of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram writes that Mark Cuban may restructure a local station’s involvement with the Mavericks over his displeasure over coverage and commentary.
David Barron from the Houston Chronicle talks about the decent World Cup TV ratings.
Over to Mel Bracht of the Daily Oklahoman who writes that two former Sooners will be featured on a new special hosted by CBS golf analyst David Feherty.
Michael Zuidema in the Grand Rapids (MI) Press talks with a former local sports anchor who after being a year out of work has found a new job in Western Michigan.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel writes about Martin Tyler returning to call the World Cup for ESPN in 2014.
Ted Cox from the Chicago Daily Herald talks about NBC televising its 30th anniversary of Breakfast at Wimbledon.
Paul Christian looks at the weekend in TV sports.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News looks at the debate on whether to include Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg in the MLB All-Star Game.
Tom also has his news and notes in his blog.
Steve Hart in the Santa Rosa (CA) Press-Democrat says NBC golf analyst Johnny Miller has purchased a local resort.
Nick Krupke of KVAL-TV in Eugene, OR notes that NBC Sports and the IAAF are restricting local stations on what they can shoot and show from this weekend’s Prefontaine Classic track meet.
Bruce Dowbiggin from the Toronto Globe and Mail looks at TSN’s NHL Free Agent Frenzy show.
And that will conclude our links.