Let’s provide you with links on this Sunday. As I’m watching Food Network’s Giada at Home and before that, CBS News Sunday Morning, I can’t think of a better way to spend a Sunday morning.
While I try to avoid being distracted by Giada, I’ll do some links.
Mike Reynolds of Multichannel News says MSG Network and YES lead the New York Emmy Award nominations.
Mike writes that local Comcast SportsNet talent will be supplementing NBC’s Hockey Day in America coverage.
In Variety, the Biz of Sports Network’s Maury Brown writes that the NBA could be headed to labor Armageddon after this season.
The Associated Press says the ESPN-run Longhorn Network is a gamechanger to University of Texas’ rivals.
Larry Dorman of the New York Times writes that PGA Tour players are slowly beginning to embrace Twitter to get closer to their fans.
Bob Raissman from the New York Daily News says the NBA just loves the Carmelo Anthony media tradewatch.
To Phil Mushnick of the New York Post who tells the Mets owners to stop whining about Bernard Madoff.
Laura Nachman notes that a play-by-play announcing summer camp returns to Philadelphia.
Jim Williams at the Washington Examiner talks with Versus’ Brian Engblom about today’s Hockey Day in America coverage.
Dustin Long from the Greensboro (NC) News & Record talks about ESPN’s documentary on the only African-American to win a NASCAR race.
From the Dallas Morning News, Barry Horn says Fox is trying to spruce things up for its NASCAR broadcasts this season.
Joe Rexrode of the Lansing (MI) State Journal talks about ESPN’s College GameDay visit to Michigan State yesterday.
Mike Freeman of the San Diego Union-Tribune says Cox Communications has yet to forge a deal with satellite providers and rival AT&T to put Padres games on their systems.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News says there’s nothing like seeing a game in L.A. without star gazing.
Sean Myers at the Calgary Herald says the NHL is hoping to lure US viewers to tonight’s Heritage Classic.
Dan Fogarty at SportsGrid notes that Philadelphia 76ers analyst Eric Snow actually fell asleep during a game.
The Sports Media Watch has its weekend ratings predictions.
SMW looks at the first half NBA ratings across its national platforms.
That’s going to end our links for today. I hope you enjoy your Sunday.