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NBCSN/NBC to Air Two NHL Stadium Series Games This Weekend from LA and NYC

The NHL Stadium Series, games played in outdoor arenas, begins this weekend as games are played in Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles and Yankee Stadium in New York. Both games will be aired nationally through the auspices of the NBC Sports Group. NBCSN will provide coverage of the game from Chavez Ravine on Saturday at […]

NBCSN’s NHL Wednesday Night Rivalry Features Two “Original Six” Teams

It’s always a good thing when two of the NHL’s Original Six teams square off. On Wednesday, the New York Rangers take on the Chicago Blackhawks live from the United Center in Chiberia at 8 p.m. Doc Emrick, Ed Olcyzk and Pierre McGuire will call the game. Wednesday’s game marks the first team the Rangers […]

NBCSN to Air and Stream Notre Dame Hockey Games

We have the announcement made today by the NBC Sports Network. NBCSN will air 12 Notre Dame home college hockey games over the next three seasons starting tonight. In addition, the NBCSports.com and NBC Sports Live Extra App will stream an additional 8 games this season. Overall, NBCSN will have action from the Big Ten, […]

CBS Sports Network Commits to College Hockey

This season, CBS Sports Network will be the home of the new National Collegiate Hockey Conference. CBS Sports Network will air 18 regular season NCHC games and three tournament games, the semifinals and finals. In addition, the cable home of CBS Sports will have two Atlantic Hockey Association contests bringing the total of college hockey […]

Breaking Out The Friday Linkage

Ok, time for some linkage on a Friday. Let’s get to this. Matt Yoder of Awful Announcing reports that NBC Sports Network, formerly Versus, also known as OLN, and once the Outdoor Life Network, will undergo yet another rebranding. Douglas Alden Warshaw at Fortune/CNN Money says the ESPN hiring of Nate Silver could transform sports […]

Churning Out Some Thursday Links

It’s Thursday already? Man, this week is flying by fast. Let’s do some linkage. We begin with Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated who says Keith Olbermann was contrite when his return to ESPN2 was announced. Jason McIntyre of The Big Lead breaks news that Olbermann may make some more buzz for ESPN by hosting a […]

Some Tuesday Linkage

Let’s do some links today. Brian Steinberg of Variety reports that Fox Sports is bundling Fox Sports 1 to potential Super Bowl XLVIII advertisers. That’s one way to get ads on the new network. Brian Lowry of Variety says Tennis Channel is crying foul at Comcast in trying to gain carriage on the cable provider’s […]

Going For Some Tuesday Links

Let’s bring you some linkage. Two days in a row! This is something! Shameless plug department: I wrote Some Long Overdue Tuesday Sports Media Thoughts earlier this morning and make sure you give it a gander. Many thanks. Sam Gustin of Time writes that News Corp.’s purchase of a minority stake in YES could help […]

Quick Tuesday Linkage

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 […]

Doing Some Monday Linkage

I’m going to make a concerted effort to do linkage regularly again. It’s the reason why I started Fang’s Bites back in 2007 and I was able to do the links daily, even on weekends. But lately, my schedule has been so busy that the site has become a press release dump and I want […]

Notre Dame To Join ACC in All Sports Except Football & Hockey

Announced today by the Atlantic Coast Conference and will be made official at press conferences both at the league offices and at South Bend, Notre Dame will join the ACC in all sports except for football (naturally) and hockey (again, naturally). ACC Accepts Notre Dame @

Breaking Out Some Thursday Linkage

Let’s do the Thursday linkage. We’re doing well so far this week, knock on wood. Austin Karp of Sports Business Journal reports NBC’s overnight rating for Wednesday’s Olympic Primetime was up from Beijing. Tripp Mickle of Sports Business Journal says YouTube is looking to further strengthen its live sports portfolio after streaming Olympic content in […]

Grinding Out Some Monday Links

Let’s do some links on this Monday. Michael Hiestand of USA Today says the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Game has become a showcase for upcoming NBA talent. Mike Reynolds from Multichannel News writes that NBC Sports Network will get a lion’s share of coverage for the London Summer Olympics. Brian Stelter of the New York […]

Late Monday Night Links

As promised earlier today, I’m giving you more links. I was out earlier today and I’ll be out again tomorrow so it’s going to be a bit crazy for me. So let’s get to the linkage right now. Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch looks at the media circus that was the Tim Tebow press conference at […]

Some Rare Saturday Links

It’s been a long time since I was able to provide Saturday linkage. Many times, it’s due to the fact I try to sleep in or my weekend was planned for me behind my back and I have to play chauffeur. Anyway, I’m able to provide some links and since I did not do the […]

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