Let’s do some linkage on this Sunday.
Mike Reynolds from Multichannel News mentions that Tennis Channel has begun coverage of the year-ending ATP World Tour Finals this week.
Stu Hackel of Sports Illustrated looks at the New York Islanders’ silly ban of blogger Chris Botta.
Doug Farrar of Yahoo’s Shutdown Corner blog says NFL Network’s Matt Millen is not winning any popularity contests among viewers.
Martin Peers of the Wall Street Journal writes about Time Warner Cable’s plans to offer a cheaper cable tier without mainstay ESPN.
Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News says the NFL pregame shows will devote plenty of time to canonizing Michael Vick.
Ethan Sacks of the Daily News writes that the NFL is using electronic forensics in the Brett Favre-Jenn Sterger case.
Phil Mushnick of the New York Post feels the NFL is still promoting violence.
In SB Nation New York, Puck The Media’s Steve Lepore talks about the Islanders revoking Chris Botta’s media credentials.
Mel Bracht of the Daily Oklahoman notes that ESPN2′s crew tried to keep its audience interested in the Oklahoma-Baylor blowout.
The Tulsa World says ESPN’s College Gameday is headed to Stillwater, OK this Saturday.
Steve Daniels of Crain’s Chicago Business says the stalker convicted of secretly taping Erin Andrews is being sued by another woman.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says the NFL is going high-tech on its investigation into Brett Favre’s alleged sexting to Jenn Sterger.
Sports Media Watch has its Weekend Ratings Predictions.
SMW has some NBA ratings notes.
SMW has more ratings news and notes.
Joe Favorito looks at college football hitting some non-traditional sites yesterday.
And we’ll end it there.