Let’s provide some linkage for you on this Saturday. Haven’t done links on a Saturday in a while.
Marisa Guthrie of the Hollywood Reporter notes that the NFL lockout could cause the networks to lose billions of dollars in ad revenue should games be canceled.
Richard Deitsch of Sports Ilustrated has your NCAA Tournament Viewing Primer.
The Associated Press says NBC’s Cris Collinsworth was among 83 people who had to be rescued when a floating seafood restaurant broke from its moorings on the Ohio River.
Marcus Vanderberg from SportsNewser has a preview of tonight’s HBO documentary on the Runnin’ Rebels of UNLV.
Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe gets NESN’s explanation as to why it doesn’t show more Red Sox Spring Training games.
Richard Sandomir of the New York Times talks with four New York sports TV anchors about their diminishing role on local newscasts.
Newsday’s Neil Best says you’re now in control of how you view the NCAA Tournament.
The Washington Post’s Dan Steinberg of the DC Sports Bog talks with college basketball curmudgeon Billy Packer.
From the Dallas Morning News, Barry Horn looks at the new way the NCAA Tournament will be seen by viewers.
Ed Sherman from Crain’s Chicago Business says a local sports talk show who was arrested on DUI charges and suspended from his job, is not returning as expected.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News reviews two college basketball sports documentaries premiering this weekend.
Christopher Estrada of Indy Racing Revolution says IndyCar is ending its online streaming of its races leaving many fans in the dark.
Lou Clinton at 38 Cliches notes that former Red Sox radio voice Jerry Trupiano now has a new website in hopes of landing a new full-time gig.
The Sports Media Watch says the NHL on NBC received a subpar rating last Sunday.
And that will do it for the links today.