Let’s do a few links on this Tuesday.
Edmund Lee of Bloomberg analyzes the new MLB TV deals with Fox and Turner.
Michael Hiestand of USA Today says with some playoff spots decided, ESPN has dropped plans for a duel MLB doubleheaders on Wednesday.
Jacqueline Palank of the Wall Street Journal reviews ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentary, “Broke” which premieres tonight.
Nat Ives from Advertising Age writes that one unexpected beneficiary of the NFL referees lockout was Buffalo Wild Wings.
At Forbes, the great Maury Brown writes about Time Warner Cable launching not one, but two regional sports networks in Southern California.
Toni Fitzgerald of Media Life Magazine says NBC’s Sunday Night Football is expected to dominate the night, but media buyers say ABC’s lineup is a good alternative.
Ed Sherman of The Sherman Report looks at tonight’s 30 for 30 premiere.
Jordan Rabinowitz of SportsGrid has a sneak peek of tonight’s 30 for 30 doc.
Mike Reynolds from Multichannel News says two regional sports networks made their debuts Monday with lots of fanfare, but a low viewership.
Tim Baysinger of Broadcasting & Cable notes that NBC Sports Network has signed its second NCAA Division I Conference to air its basketball games.
ESPN’s Darren Rovell wonders what’s keeping Mark Sanchez from losing his job as New York Jets starting quarterback.
Tim Burke at Deadspin has video of an ESPN raw feed of a motorsports event that really has to be seen to be believed.
Pete Dougherty of the Albany Times Union notes that ESPN will focus on the American League East in its final day of MLB regular season coverage.
Ken McMillan of the Middletown (NY) Times Herald-Record says Army makes a couple of appearances on CBS Sports Network’s college hockey coverage.
Kevin Cooney of the Bucks County (PA) Courier Times notes a milestone for Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia.
Bob Smizik of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette writes about CBS Sports Network making a new hire.
Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post’s DC Sports Bog says MASN and a local radio station are bolstering their baseball coverage for the postseason.
Dan notes that ESPN The Magazine devoting an entire issue to DC sports.
The Tampa Bay Business Journal says two central Florida radio stations have switched to NBC Sports Radio.
The Orlando Sentinel looks at one sports radio station flipping to NBC Sports Radio from ESPN Radio.
Chip Towers of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution notes that Georgia football coach Mark Richt makes an appearance in a College GameDay promo.
John Kiesewetter of the Cincinnati Enquirer says Fox Sports Ohio will air Xavier basketball games this season.
Paul M. Banks at Chicago Sports Media Watch recaps yesterday’s Bulls Media Day.
The Kansas City Star explains why it doesn’t put the DC NFL team’s name in its copy.
Joe Flint from the Los Angeles Times says MLB hit a home run by more than doubling its rights fees from Fox and Turner.
James Mirtle of the Toronto Globe and Mail talks about ESPN getting the rights to the Russian KHL featuring locked out NHL players.
Matt Yoder from Awful Announcing notes former New York Knicks GM Isiah Thomas could be coming to ESPN.
Sports Media Watch says Bears-Cowboys gave ESPN some big overnight numbers for Monday Night Football.
That’s going to do it for today.