Some Quick Thursday Links

Ok, going to attempt some linkage here. Quite busy, but I’ll try to sneak some stuff for you. Eric Fisher of Sports Business Daily looks at the new $3.99 charge for the new March Madness Live app for the NCAA Tournament. R. Thomas Umstead of Multichannel News/Broadcasting & Cable also writes about the new March […]

A Few Saturday Links

Unfortunately, I was not able to do the Friday megalinks as I was traveling in between two offices and had to hit a couple of places in between. And when I got home, I wasn’t in the mood to do links. But I may incorporate some Friday stories here in the links. Let’s take a […]

Saturday’s Links

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 […]

Some Monday Night Links

Because I’ll be leaving my house at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday to be at a jobsite, I won’t be able to provide linkage while I’m there so to help tie you over, I’ll do some now. I’ve already done the Primetime & Late Night Viewing Picks for Tuesday and expect to see that at 9 a.m. […]

A Monday Linkage Thing

Call me crazy, but I have both the U.S. Open and Wimbledon streaming video on my computer today. And thanks to backdoor sites, they are not taking up memory. I was watching the U.S. Open on, but it was eating up my memory as the video player was slowing things down. I’ve also found […]

The Mid-Week Links

It’s Wednesday. The All-Star Game is over, thank goodness. I stayed up to watch every single pitch and out until 1:30 a.m. ET. What could have been another embarrassing tie ended up with the American League winning 4-3. Now that the Mid-Summer Classic is over, we can now focus on the Open Championship which begins […]

Some Tuesday Links

I have to head to a jobsite soon so I’ll provide as many links that I can before I have to leave. ESPN Ombudsman Le Anne Schreiber says some ESPN personalities have learned a hard lesson about crossing the line of good taste. She cites the Jemele Hill and Bonnie Bernstein incidents as examples. This […]

The Tuesday Links for You

I’ve been very busy at work in fact, it’s 5:30 p.m. ET as I write this and I’m still at the office and I’ll probably be here burning the midnight oil, but I’ll still provide you with some links today. Starting with Richard Sandomir of the New York Times, he writes about Dan Patrick and […]

Wednesday Night Update or Why Joe Buck Needs to Stop Doing Baseball

Well, I leave my office for several hours and then all hell breaks loose. We start off with Awful Announcing which goes off on Fox Sports’ Joe Buck. Buck was on the Colin Cowherd show on ESPN Radio this morning and said he doesn’t watch sports during the week and no longer enjoys doing baseball […]

Some More Wednesday Links for You

I’ll give you an evening update here. I wasn’t planning on it as I was at an event in East Greenwich, RI, but I got back earlier than expected. One observation, Marv Albert’s toupee really looks unnatural tonight. If you’re watching the NBA Western Conference Finals on TNT, you know what I mean. What is […]

More Tuesday Links

I’ll give you some more links on this Tuesday evening. I’ve been corresponding with a couple of Friends of Fang’s Bites and it’s been quite enjoyable going back and forth with them. We start our linkage tonight with the Sports Media Watch which says that Alex Ovechkin and the just-eliminated Washington Capitals have been setting […]

Wednesday Night Links

I’ll give you some linkage this evening. Earlier today, I was listening to the Red Sox-A’s game through MLB Gameday Audio and noticed that Joe Castiglione was broadcasting solo for the first two innings. Because partner Dave O’Brien was working the Blue Jays-Yankees game for ESPN2, this was one of the games where the Shaw’s […]

Another Friday Update

I’ll give you a few more links before moving onto the Viewing Picks for college basketball and the weekend. First, Jim Williams of the DC/Baltimore Examiner says Comcast SportsNet and MASN are experiencing HD growing pains. Newsday’s Neil Best has a preview of this Sunday’s New York Times Play magazine in which Yankees owner Hank […]

Your Saturday Linkage

Before I begin, it’s nice to have some live sports this morning. While watching match play golf isn’t the most appealing thing in the world, it’s assuring to wake up and have the WGC Match Play Championships on the Golf Channel. I’m certainly enjoying having his on my TV this morning instead of the silly […]

Our Sunday Linkage

Let’s give you some links for today. We’ll start off with Newsday’s Neil Best, but before that, let me me gaze at Giada De Laurentiis on Everyday Italian for a moment. Ok, Rachel Ray is on. That’s where I draw the line. Where was I? Oh yes, Neil Best of Newsday has a column celebrating […]

Another Late Tuesday Night Update

I just can’t seem to stop blogging today. By the way, I’ve been watching the re-broadcast of Super Bowl XXXVI, the game which started the Patriots Dynasty. Besides seeing what is in essence the start of the Patriots’ rise in the NFL over the last 7 years, the highlight for me was watching the performance […]

Time for Friday Megalinks

Last night I took a break from the blog and my computer and watched my URI Rams inexplicably lose to St. Louis, the same team that scored just 20 points against George Washington a week ago, then watched some Australian Open coverage. I am happy to see Tennis Channel pick up early evening coverage at […]

BREAKING NEWS: Boston's One Year Nightmare Is Over

The 38Cliches blog says Glenn Geffner is leaving the Boston Red Sox radio booth and heading to Miami to become the number two announcer for the Florida Marlins. In fact, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald writes that the Goofster beat out 146 applicants for the job (?). Glenn will work next to legendary announcer […]

Sunday Links

I know these are late, but because I was out for the day, I wasn’t able to get to them, but better late than never. We start with Newsday’s Neil Best who writes about former NFL player Bo Eason who has a one-man play off-Broadway. And Neil adds some stuff from his column in his […]

It's a Tuesday Night Linkfest

Let’s check out the linkage for tonight. Starting out with Jim Williams of the DC/Baltimore Examiner in his Watch This! blog, he reviews the local coverage on radio, cable and local over the air TV of the Sean Taylor story. A couple of things from Newsday’s Neil Best in his blog. First, he tells us […]