Looks like I’ll be out for most of the day today. Avoided my day being planned for me on Saturday, but not on Sunday.
Multichannel News looks at NBC Sports Group’s Hockey Day in America coverage.
Kent Gibbons of Multichannel writes that Fuse which was dropped by Time Warner Cable ahead of its dispute with MSG Network, has been restored.
Aaron Couch at the Hollywood Reporter says ESPN has had to apologize for an Asian slur on its mobile site.
The Asian American Journalists Association is glad ESPN apologized, but is disappointed the slur was put up in the first place.
Kurt Badenhausen of Forbes couldn’t believe ESPN went there with Jeremy Lin.
Glenn Davis of SportsGrid says Saturday Night Live tackled the Jeremy Lin issue with some inappropriate Asian humor.
Kansas City sportscaster Herbie Teope provides his reaction to the Jeremy Lin slur on ESPN.com.
Eric Deggans of the Tampa Bay Times writes in the Indiana University National Sports Journalism Center that Super Bowl XLVI set a new standard in broadcasting.
Joe Favorito says Hockey Weekend in America is gathering momentum.
Richard Sandomir of the New York Times writes that ESPN apologized twice in regard to Jeremy Lin.
Phil Mushnick at the New York Post wants Nicki Manaj nowhere near the NBA.
That’s it for now. Time for me to head out. Day’s planned for me behind my back again.