Ok, let’s do the links that I started earlier today. I’ll finish them up.
Let’s do it.
Milton Kent of Fanhouse feels ESPN did not do Arizona Cardinals QB Derek Anderson any favors by showing him laughing on the sideline.
Mike Reynolds from Multichannel News writes that the Patriots blowout of the Jets hurt the ratings of Monday Night Football.
Kristi Dosh of Forbes asks if ESPN is alienating female sports fans by creating a site attempting to attract casual ones.
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk says Colts radio voice Bob Lamey is apologizing profusely to quarterback Peyton Manning for trashing him during what he thought was an off-air break.
Steve Aschburner of NBA.com talks with the NBA’s longest tenured broadcast team, Mike Gorman and Tommy Heinsohn of the Boston Celtics.
Tom Lorenzo has WNBA star Lisa Leslie blaming ESPN for failing to cover the league properly.
At Pro Golf Talk, Friend of Fang’s Bites Ryan Ballangee talks with a candidate for Golf Channel’s next on-air instructor.
Richard Sandomir of the New York Times talks with former CBS and Fox NFL announcer Pat Summerall about his new book on Vince Lomardi and Tom Landry.
Dustin Long of the Virginian-Pilot looks at the ratings for the 17 NASCAR races carried on ESPN.
Woody Womack of the Naples (FL) Daily News has ESPN’s Chris Berman happy to be back playing golf after undergoing hip surgery in August. I had no idea he had surgery.
Jeff Wolf of the Las Vegas Review-Journal says the National Finals Rodeo is leaving the ESPN family of networks for a lesser viewed network.
John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle says ESPN and MLB are attempting to move the Giants 2011 season opener from Dodger Stadium to AT&T Park to accommodate TV.
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer says the public memorial for late Mariners voice Dave Niehaus will be aired live on TV and radio.
Ian Walker of the Vancouver Sun writes about CBC’s first 3-D production of Hockey Night in Canada.
Ian looks at the technology CBC will deploy for this Saturday.
Canada’s Broadcaster magazine says TSN has hired a new studio host for its NHL coverage.
John Daly at the Daly Planet suggests ESPN build a studio at the new NASCAR Hall of Fame to attract visitors.
Joe Favorito says teams should be marketing more toward the senior market.
And that will do it.