I’m going to post as many links as I can. It’s part of the day where I could be leaving at any time. Let’s do this.
Michael Malone of Broadcasting & Cable looks at Universal Sports moving from an over-the-air/cable multichannel to an all-cable network.
Multichannel News reports that Univision has renewed its rights with the NFL as the official Hispanic broadcaster of the league.
Self Magazine had ESPN’s Erin Andrews do a CrossFit photo shoot. As usual, she looks great.
Karen Hogan at Sports Video Group notes that the New York Football Giants have developed their own mobile app.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell says student road trips are going to be big losers if the college sports conference super shuffle continues.
Darren writes that the Interactive Fan Cam can become a big revenue stream for college sports.
At the Poynter Institute, Jason Fry says the rules for sports journalism in covering teams have changed dramatically in the last few years.
Newsday’s Neil Best talks with the head of programming for NBC Sports/Versus about upgrading the cable channel’s programming.
Neil says the New York Giants return to hosting Monday Night Football for the first time since ABC had the package.
Pete Dougherty of the Albany Times Union has the Week 3 college football TV schedule.
Ken Schott from the Schenectady Gazette says Turner Sports has grabbed the Coaches vs. Cancer college basketball tournament for truTV.
Ken says NHL Network will air 32 preseason games starting next week. Hockey’s back!
Jim Williams of the Washington Examiner talks with an ESPN programming executive about how the WNBA is doing on the network.
Tom Jones from the St. Petersburg Times spends a couple of minutes with ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit.
Mel Bracht from the Daily Oklahoman writes that ESPN college football analyst David Pollack might be on the fast track to getting more work with the network.
Mel asks David to preview Saturday’s Oklahoma-Florida State game which will be aired on ABC.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel previews a new ESPN college football studio show.
Bob has Kirk Herbstreit talking about Wisconsin’s quarterback.
Bob notes that the Green Bay Packers will get the attention of the Sunday NFL pregame shows this week.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News has this week’s NFL TV schedule for SoCal.
Tom previews tonight’s NFL Films doc on Patriots coach Bill Belichick.
And I’m told we’re shutting down for the day. I’ll be back later with more stuff.