I have found a few more links today and instead of shoving them into the earlier edition, I’ll just a whole new set of links.
First, Sports Business Daily says the overnight ratings for the NCAA Tournament Selection Show were down significantly from last year.
Eric Fisher at Sports Business Daily says MLB Advanced Media has signed a contract to webcast the Webby Awards.
SBD notes a new app that can analyze live statistics and can notify a fan through a mobile app when to turn on a game.
Phil Swann at TV Predictions says Verizon FiOS TV customers will see truTV in HD starting this week just in time for the NCAA Tournament.
At the Wall Street Journal, Matthew Futterman says the NFL is well funded in case the lockout goes long.
Ken McMillan of the Middletown (NY) Times Herald-Record says two Army spring sports programs will be heard on radio.
At the DC Sports Bog at the Washington Post, Dan Steinberg says the Capitals hit yet another TV ratings milestone.
Matt Murschel from the Orlando Sentinel notes that the Big 12 Conference is about to renew a deal with Fox.
David Barron of the Houston Chronicle writes that ESPN went after the NCAA Tournament selection committee.
To the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel where Bob Wolfley talks about former Marquette and current Indiana coach Tom Crean going to truTV this week.
Through Jimmy Traina of Sports Illustrated, Dan Fogarty of SportsGrid has the video of ESPN’s Bob Knight fast asleep as Mike Francesa was about to interview him on WFAN.
Steve Lepore at Puck The Media says yesterday’s NHL Game of the Week on NBC finished even in the ratings with last week.
Steve wants NBC to pick up Blackhawks-Lightning.
I told you there were a lot of Monday afternoon links. Certainly more than I expected.