Let’s give you a few more links on this late Thursday.
Alex Ben Block of the Hollywood Reporter talks with Fox Sports El Jefe del Mundo David Hill about the Los Angeles Dodgers ownership saga and NFL TV coverage.
The Associated Press looks at some changes coming for the Coaches vs. Cancer college basketball classic including a new TV home.
Sam Mamudi of Marketwatch.com says Fox is hoping for decent ratings for its English Premier League schedule which starts this Sunday.
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk writes that New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis calls being miked up for tonight’s NFL Turning Point on Versus, “X-rated.”
Cameron Kittle of the Nashua (NH) Telegraph profiles a Granite State company that provides production TV trucks for networks all over the country.
Daniela Forte of the Litchfield County (CT) Times says ESPN and Cablevision have teamed up for a new educational initiative in one Constitution State town.
Justin Terranova of the New York Post has a few thoughts on three sports media stories.
Dustin Long of the Virginian-Pilot says ESPN’s deal to put NASCAR races on its WatchESPN app lasts through the 2014 Sprint Cup season.
Joe Flint of the Los Angeles Times writes that CBS CEO Les Moonves expects to pay more for the NFL in its next contract, but not at the rate that ESPN paid for Monday Night Football.
Bill Dwyre of the Times blames the Longhorn Network for breaking up the Big 12.
Tom Couzens in the Sacramento Bee wonders if increased rights fee will make ESPN a pay cable channel.
Tony Manfred of the Business Insider Sports Page says DirecTV is refunding all NFL Sunday Ticket customers for major problems with its mobile and TV services.
Dave Kohl at the Broadcast Booth says ESPN’s personalities are making news instead of reporting it.
And that will conclude our linkage.