Doling Out Tuesday Linkage

Got to work early so I figure that I’ll do linkage early and then do some what I have to do at the office. Let’s begin with a look at some of the ratings from the weekend via USA Today’s Michael Hiestand. Michael notes that the Cam Newton saga at the NFL Draft could bring […]

Monday’s Links

Plenty of things going on as we have hit November. In addition, we’re getting

Providing Some Sunday Links

Yesterday was busier than I expected both personally and sports media-wise. I was out most of the day which prevented me from providing links, but then the Cablevision/Fox story broke and I give tremendous kudos to Brian Stelter of the New York Times

Fox Statement On Agreement With Cablevision

In a more conventional press release, Fox makes this statement on its new carriage agreement with Cablevision. Fox’s signal returned just before Game 3 of the World Series. Fox Networks and Cablevision Reach Agreement in Principle to Carry WNYW FOX5, WWOR My9, WTXF FOX29, FOX Deportes, FOX Business Network, and Nat Geo WILD Viewers to […]

Cablevision’s Harsh Statement

You want to read a rather bitter statement? Check this out from Cablevision in regards to its agreement with Fox. Wow. FOX PROGRAMMING RETURNS TO CABLEVISION BETHPAGE, NY, October 30, 2010 – Cablevision Systems Corp. (NYSE: CVC) today reached agreement with News Corp. to return Fox programming to Cablevision. The channels will return to Cablevision […]

BREAKING NEWS: Cablevision and Fox Strike Deal

Happening now, Brian Stelter of the New York Times is reporting that Cablevision and Fox have ended their two week dispute and have hashed out a deal. Fox’s signal was being restored to Cablevision systems just before Game 3 of the World Series this evening. This ends a rather hostile dispute that led to Fox […]

Doing A Late Night Friday Megalink Thing

Time to do the megalinkage on this Friday. Lots of things going on today into this evening and let’s get cracking. Of course, we have the Weekend Viewing Picks. Now let’s do the links. National USA Today’s Michael McCarthy wants to know who’s your favorite NFL announcer. Mike says this year’s World Series ratings are […]

Some Thursday Linkage

Yesterday ended up being quite busy and I think today will as well, but at least I can provide you with the linkage that was lacking on Wednesday. Here we go. Sean Leahy at USA Today notes that the NFL’s skyrocketing ratings are putting pressure on the league in its collecting bargaining with the Players […]

Cranking Out The Tuesday Links

Let’s do some linkage on this Tuesday. Don’t know if I can get everything done today as I’ll be all over the place later today so I don’t know if this will be a complete set of links or an abbreviated edition. Time to get started. Michael Hiestand of USA Today has the ratings from […]

Our Monday Linkage

Now that I’ve returned to the regular office, it’s time to bring you the linkage as it’s a back to work day for most of us. Let’s go. Michael Hiestand of USA Today writes that the NFL’s TV partners took a close look at the hard hits on Sunday. Nat Worden of the Wall Street […]

Bringing The Sunday Links

Let’s get busy with the Sunday linkage. Some good stuff to get to. On Fox NFL Sunday, Jay Glazer reported that Vikings quarterback Brett Favre denied sending pictures of his shlong to Jenn Sterger, but did admit to leaving voicemails on her cell phone. I’ll have video of that segment during the Fox NFL Sunday […]

Let’s Do Some Saturday Linkage

Time to provide some linkage on this Saturday. Lots of stuff going on. Tom Van Riper of notes that Cablevision and Fox are now acting like spoiled little children.  John Simon from Bloomberg reviews the Broadway play, “Lombardi”. At the Indiana University National Sports Journalism Center, Dave Kindred wants to see the wall of […]

Time For Some Friday Megalinks

I haven’t given you a full set of Friday megalinks since October 1, so it’s time to do some now. Let’s get to them. The Weekend Viewing Picks has your sports and primetime viewing. National USA Today’s Michael Hiestand and Mike McCarthy debate what can be done to improve baseball’s ratings. Fanhouse says Jenn Sterger […]

The Thursday Linkfest

Let’s do your Thursday links. I’m a bit behind on things. But let’s get to the links while I can. USA Today’s Christine Brennan analyzes why baseball was beaten in the TV ratings by a lackluster Monday Night Football game. ESPN Ombudsman Don Ohlmeyer is out from hibernation and he answers readers questions on ESPN […]

Filling Out The Wednesday Linkage

Let’s do some linkage. I had to catch up on paperwork in the morning and I’ll provide some links now. Lots of good stuff today. We begin with Sports Business Daily and a story on ESPN starting a three part series on how the public views LeBron James? Does this require three days? The Alleged […]