Let’s do some Sunday links for you today. Good stuff to get to. Let’s get cranking.
Mike Reynolds from Multichannel News reports that DirecTV is rebranding FSN affiliates in Denver, Pittsburgh and Seattle.
Mike writes that NFL Network hit a season-low audience for Thursday Night Football, not reaching an average five million viewers for the first time in 2010.
Dan Fogarty of SportsGrid has Charles Barkley’s comments on Brett Favre’s alleged sexting of Jenn Sterger.
The Waterbury (CT) Republican-American says ESPN filmed a local Christmas display for Sunday NFL Countdown.
Neil Best of Newsday talks with actor Christian Bale who co-stars with Mark Wahlberg in the excellent movie, “The Fighter”.
Bob Raissman with the New York Daily News claims Jets coach Rex Ryan will become a media target if his team doesn’t beat the Pittsburgh Steelers today.
Once again, Dr. Doom and Gloom at the New York Post says everything in sports television is bad and all telecasts should go back to the old black and white days.
At the Washington Post’s DC Sports Bog, Joe Theismann discusses his role in “The Blind Side”.
To the Washington Examiner where Jim Williams talks with media lightning rod from earlier this year, Ms. Inez Sainz.
The Toledo (OH) Blade talks with ESPN’s Mike Tirico.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says the Patriots are big favorites over the Packers according to one national NFL pundit.
Bob says the University of Wisconsin football team gets a big spread in ESPN the Magazine.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News wonders why Mark Cuban’s college football championship proposal is getting rejected.
Debbie Arrington of the Sacramento Bee writes that Sunday Night Football is the dominant NFL primetime package now.
John Daly at the Daly Planet says contrary to reports, Speed won’t be known as the NASCAR Network.
Sports Media Watch has its Weekend Ratings Predictions.
That will do it for today. Watch for the Sunday NFL pregame quotage throughout the day.