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A Few Tuesday Sports Media Thoughts

Time for some sports media thoughts. These have been percolating in my head all day Monday. It’s fine time to pour them out and have you peruse through them. As always, they’re in bullet form. Monday’s announcement from NFL Network regarding its new morning show could be a game changer for sports television. If “NFL […]

Cranking Out Some Friday Megalinks

Ok, linkage has been really scarce over the last month and a half and I apologize for that. My schedules have been quite busy and it’s been tough to sit down for the time it takes to gather the links. I hope that changes over the next month or so. I have some National links […]

Doing Some Friday Megalinks Now

Let’s do some megalinks on this Friday. My apologies for the lack of posts yesterday. The site was swamped with people linking to my post on How to Avoid Paying the $3.99 Fee For March Madness Live and it was down for most of the day. We seem to be ok today, although the site […]

A Pre-Hurricane Friday Megalinks Edition

As the Northeast battens down the hatches for the impending hit of Hurricane Irene this weekend and it’s not a matter of if it’s coming, but when, I’ll probably won’t be blogging much over the next few days. I’ll do my best as long as I have power, but disaster preparation will be high on […]

Providing You With Tuesday Linkage

For some of you, it’s a back to work Tuesday after a three day weekend. Not for me as I was at the office until late on Memorial Day. But you don’t want to read my complaining, you want linkage so I’ll get it to right away. Anthony Crupi from Adweek says expect LeBron James, […]

Back To Monday Linkage

Now that the wedding hangover is just about over, I’m back at work, also blogging and ready for another week in the dog days of August. Let’s go. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand has CBS’ Phil Simms discussing the enigma that is Brett Favre. CBSSports.com’s Dennis Dodd says eight Big 12 schools are in discussion to […]

DirecTV To Offer Plenty Of Soccer And Adds Fox Soccer Channel in HD

Soccer fans especially English Premier League fans will like this press release. DirecTV has announced its picking the HD feed of Fox Soccer Channel. In addition, the satellite provider will go into its second year of showing as many as eight UEFA Champions League and Europa League games at once. Here’s the rare press release […]

Some Tuesday Links

Been busy once again today so I’m going to give you some linkage now and perhaps some linkage tonight. Michael Hiestand of USA Today looks at the ratings from selected events from the weekend. Glen Dickson of Broadcasting & Cable writes that Verizon FIOS will pick up two Yankees games produced in 3-D that will […]

Mid-Week Links

I’ll give you some links on this Wednesday morning. Sean Gregory of Time says tonight’s Game 7 between Pittsburgh and Washington should be a great event, but will be sparsely watched because it’s on Versus. I could not agree more. Newsday’s Bob Glauber talks about the closing of the New York Football Giants’ press room […]

Just A Few Thursday Links

I’m rushing to finish a project before noon, 11, actually, so I really can’t provide extensive links. I’ll start with myself today. I have a column at Digital Sports Daily on what else? The NCAA Tournament. Ray Frager of the Baltimore Sun wants to know what’s the big deal about Suzy Kolber’s hair in HD? […]

Quick Late Night Update

It looks like this will be a late night for me. I’m going to finish my review of Real Sports from Tuesday and I want to give you some links before the night is finished. Here we go. CNBC’s Darren Rovell is into his Elite Eight in his “As Seen On TV” products tournament. Maury […]

The Monday Linkage

Good Monday to you. If you’re back at work, I certainly hope your weekend went well. Let’s get to some links. Continuing with one of the biggest non-stories since Katie Couric went to CBS, the Erin Andrews “controversy” that began with Mike Nadel’s column on Thursday is addressed again in Michael Hiestand’s column in USA […]

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