I’ll add some links to the ones I provided earlier today. Let’s do this while the BCS National Championship Game is on.
R. Thomas Umstead of Multichannel News says ESPN will commemorate Martin Luther King’s Birthday with a live, Town Hall Meeting.
Anthony Crupi of Mediaweek notes that Fox and NBC scored in the ratings for the NFL Wild Card playoffs.
Michael Dunaway of Paste magazine talks with the Executive Producer of ESPN Films and the 30 for 30 series.
Radio Ink magazine reports that the Dan Patrick Show has renewed its syndication agreement with Premiere Radio Networks at the same time the show has re-upped with DirecTV.
Noah Davis at SportsNewser says NHL Network US has hired an ESPN veteran to be its Executive Producer.
At the Albany Times Union, Pete Dougherty notes Fox’s ratings for the the NFC Wild Card playoff game.
David Zurawik at the Baltimore Sun says CBS did not get the job done during the Ravens-Chiefs Wild Card playoff game.
The Baltimore Sports Report speaks with the lovely Jen Royle of MASN.
Jim Williams of the Washington Examiner talks with the new MASN Nationals analyst.
Aaron Knox of the Tampa Bay Tribune says ESPN is not apologizing for putting the BCS on cable.
To the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and Ray Buck who writes that Fox had a unique opportunity for a dress rehearsal for Super Bowl XLV with last Friday’s Cotton Bowl at Cowboys Stadium.
W. Scott Bailey of the San Antonio Business Journal tells us that the Spurs top the local NBA ratings across the country.
David Burger in the Salt Lake Tribune writes that country star Kenny Chesney is producing his second football-centric documentary for ESPN.
In the Los Angeles Times, David Kronke says The Onion is skewering both ESPN and CNN in two new shows.
Sports Media Watch says CBS got a huge rating for Baltimore-Kansas City on Sunday.
SMW notes that the Packers-Eagles game was the most viewed Wild Card playoff contest ever.
Chris Byrne at the Eye on Sports Media has the national and local honorees for the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Hall of Fame.
And that’s going to finish us for the night.