We have the linkage for Wednesday. Let’s do it.
USA Today’s Michael Hiestand has details of ESPN Radio hack Colin Cowherd’s sitcom.
George Winslow of Broadcasting & Cable says the Pittsburgh Penguins have purchased new HD cameras for its in-house video system at its new arena.
Mike Reynolds at Multichannel News reports that Comcast SportsNet and Sporting News are teaming up to deliver regionalized sports news through local websites.
Noah Davis at SportsNewser looks further into the Esquire writer who got banned by the Miami Heat.
Adam Fuseld of the Business Insider’s Sports Page notes that Fox Sports is still peeved at MLB Advanced Media for undermining the network during the Postseason.
Matt Norlander of Yahoo! Sports talks about Charles Barkley becoming a part of the NCAA Tournament coverage.
John Altavilla of the Hartford Courant says ESPN will have a segment on the UConn women’s basketball team’s winning streak.
Richard Sandomir of the New York Times says a new voting system at the Baseball Hall of Fame might benefit George Steinbrenner’s chances.
Newsday’s Neil Best goes into some of the details of the CBS/Turner alliance for the NCAA Tournament.
The Washington Post’s Dan Steinberg in the DC Sports Bog reprints Redskins voice Larry Michael’s comments about Donovan McNabb and the “media garbage”.
Gil LeBreton at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram says TCU coach Gary Patterson will be all over ESPN’s platforms this Friday.
Mel Bracht in the Daily Oklahoman notes Versus’ record ratings for Oregon-Cal last Saturday.
Ed Sherman in Crain’s Chicago Business gets legendary sportscaster Chet Coppock to discuss when the Bears used to play at Wrigley Field.
Ed says Cubs owner Thomas Ricketts is looking at possible revenue avenues if the State of Illinois doesn’t approve a plan to fund renovations at Wrigley.
Phil Rosenthal of the Chicago Tribune says WGN-AM is making some weekend programming changes including bringing back a beloved sports show that was canceled earlier this year.
St. Louis Cardinals TV voice Dan McLaughlin has been pleaded guilty to DUI charges from last summer.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News writes about the NCAA Tournament on CBS and Turner Sports.
Bruce Dowbiggin from the Toronto Globe and Mail looks at the burgeoning story regarding NHL head of discipline Colin Campbell apparently having an axe to grind against the Bruins’ Marc Savard while trying to protect his own son, Gregory.
Sports Media Watch notes from Turner Sports that there are no definitive plans to use Marv Albert, Kenny Smith or Charles Barkley on the NCAA Tournament.
SMW has the weekend overnight ratings.
SMW notes that as NASCAR’s season comes to an end, its ratings remain down.
And I’ll end it there.