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College Basketball Viewing Picks for 02/01 & 02/02/2014

All Times Eastern Men’s Schedule courtesy of Matt’s College Sports on TV Men’s Announcing Assignments and Women’s Schedule courtesy of Eye on Sky and Air Sports Saturday, February 1 Studio and Pregame Shows College GameDay live from Syracuse, NY — ESPNU, 10 a.m./ESPN, 11 a.m. Fox College Hoops Extra — Fox Sports 1, 2:30 p.m. […]

The Tim McCarver Broadcasting Timeline

No matter what you think of Tim McCarver and judging from the reaction on social media, a lot of people are happy he’s leaving the Fox broadcast booth after this season. I was not a fan and felt he was overrated by the New York media when he was with the Mets in the 1980′s […]

Super Bowl Broadcast History

I provide this table which has all of the Super Bowls to date including their networks and broadcasters. I thought you might get a kick out of it to see who has called which games. The CBS lines are in bold because this table was compiled by CBS. SUPER BOWL BROADCASTERS HISTORY (1967-2013) Super Bowl […]

Fox Sports Net To Air "Battle on the Midway" This Friday

Believe it or not, college basketball starts this week, Friday to be exact. There will be several special games to tip off the season and one includes the “Battle on the Midway,” a game between San Diego State and Syracuse on board the USS Midway Museum Aircraft Carrier in San Diego. The game will originate […]

You Need Linkage On That Wall….

Yes you do. It’s overdue. I thought being on unemployment would give me more time for doing the site. Instead, I have less. I don’t know how that’s happened. Anyway, here are some links for you. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand has soon-to-be NBC’s Michelle Beadle saying even she’s sick of the coverage on where she’s […]

Wringing Out Some Friday Megalinks

Let’s do your media megalinks since last week you did not get any. Hard to believe that college baseball, college lacrosse and NASCAR seasons are starting up, but they are and they’re included in the Weekend Viewing Picks along with the regular Golf, NBA, NHL, Skiing, Soccer, Tennis and Entertainment recommendations. To your links now. […]

Dick Enberg To Be Honored By International Tennis Hall of Fame

Coming up in September, legendary announcer Dick Enberg will receive the Eugene L. Scott Award by the International Tennis Hall of Fame. As this is Enberg’s last year for calling both Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, Enberg will be honored for his contributions to tennis and his suport for the game. Enberg began calling tennis […]

Quick Saturday Links

I keep getting interrupted at work. I wrote a post earlier today on Brent Musburger’s night in Las Vegas, but I kept being recruited to the leave the office and something that should have taken 20 minutes to write ended up being three hours. And now I’m trying to do some linkage and keep getting […]

Some Thursday Linkage

Being out of the office certainly kills any momentum for blogging and I’ve been out for most of the morning and trying to catch up ever since. Let’s get some linkage in as tonight will be busy for me as I do the Friday morning features the night before. The big story for today, Hall […]

ESPN2′s Brief History With Wimbledon

ESPN2 began airing Wimbledon in 2003 and starting in 2012, will be the exclusive US television rightsholder taking the entire tournament after sharing the matches with NBC. Here’s a brief timeline of its history with the tournament. 2003 — Begins airing coverage of Wimbledon. 2004 — Hires Dick Enberg to call matches ending a four […]

NBC’s 43 Year History With Wimbledon

The following is a brief timeline featuring highlights of NBC’s history of covering The Championpships, Wimbledon. 1969 — NBC gains the rights to air The Championships, Wimbledon. 1979 — Airs the first “Breakfast at Wimbledon”, the men’s final live between Bjorn Borg and Roscoe Tanner. All women’s and men’s final had been aired on tape […]

ESPN2′s Wimbledon Schedule For The Rest Of This Week

If you’re a tennis fan, then you know that ESPN2′s Wimbledon schedule has to air around NBC’s tape delayed shenanigans this week. ESPN2 begins its coverage at 7 a.m. through Friday, then stop at 10 a.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday, then resumes at 1 p.m. and then on Thursday and Friday, ESPN2 will be on […]

Let’s Do Some Wednesday Linkage

On this rainy Wednesday in Southern New England, let me do some links. I hope the weather where you are is dry and sunny. I’ll start today off with John Ourand of the Sports Business Journal who says Comcast may have appeared to have overbid for the Olympics, but it may pay off in the […]

Time For Monday Linkage

I’m at home today waiting for workers to finish doing some renovations at the office so I’ll take the opportunity to do some blogging. Wasn’t able to do the megalinks on Friday or do what I wanted to do over the weekend so while I have the chance, I’ll bring you linkage. Michael Hiestand of […]

Some Monday Linkage

As I continue to be in a holding pattern on whether this site will stay on its current server or have to make another move, I’ll keep doing what I do and that’s provide the best in sports media information to you. Let’s do your links while I can. Starting with USA Today’s Michael Hiestand, […]

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