ESPN’s Schedule for Day II of Super Bowl Week 2014

As ESPN begins its broadcast day in covering Super Bowl XLVIII in New Yawk, plenty of guests will be paraded in and out of its various studios in Herald Square, Times Square and Bryant Park. In addition, Media Day will take place at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ meaning both the Denver Broncos and […]

ESPN Begins Massive Coverage of Super Bowl XLVIII From NYC Today

Starting now as a matter of fact, ESPN begins its 5,341,093 hours coverage of Super Bowl XLVIII from New York. It begins at 6 a.m. ET with Mike & Mike from Super Bowl Boulevard in Herald Square near Macy’s Department Store. Then it continues from ABC’s Times Square Studios and from Bryant Park all day […]

Some Quick Monday Linkage

I have too many tabs slowing down my browsers, so that means I should do some linkage for you. Here goes. Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch has his weekly Monday column which includes a talk with ESPN’s Jay Bilas and a look into NBC’s English Premier League coverage which kicks off in earnest this Saturday. Deitsch […]

Our Monday Linkage

Time for some Monday links. Let’s get to them. Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch talks with CBS Evening News anchorman Scott Pelley about interviewing President Obama for the network’s Super Bowl coverage and also reviews the performances of the NFL “B” analysts during the weekend. Michael Smith and John Ourand at Sports Business Journal note that […]

Hannah Storm & John Anderson Lead ESPN's New York City Marathon Team

In November, ESPN will air live coverage of the annual New York City Marathon that goes through all five boroughs of the Big Apple. It marks the first time the marathon will be aired live across the country. NBC had the rights, but chose to shovel live coverage of the race to its local WNBC-TV […]

Cranking Out Your Tuesday Links

Since late last night, I’ve been culling linkage for today. Let’s get to them. Terry Lefton and Daniel Kaplan at Sports Business Journal discuss how Indianapolis hotels are gouging customers for Super Bowl Week. Anick Jesdanun of the Associated Press reviews NBC’s online presentation of the Super Bowl for this Sunday. Sergio Non of USA […]

Hannah Storm Gets Her Own Interview Special on ESPN

Next Tuesday, ESPN will air a one-hour interview special hosted by SportsCenter anchor Hannah Storm. During the special, Hannah talks with four of the biggest newsmakers in the NFL, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh, Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton and Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay. Hannah speaks to […]

Let’s Do Some Monday Linkage

Ok, I won’t be in all day on Tuesday, although I will have my iPad and I’ll try to post any breaking news from a conference in Taunton, MA tomorrow. But while I’m in the office now, it’s time for some linkage. Starting with Sports Business Daily, we learn that Game 4 of the World […]

The Thursday Linkage All Tied Up In A Nice Red Bow

Let’s do the Thursday linkage and there are a few stories to get to. First, this broke late last night, Joe Flint at the Los Angeles Times confirmed that the number two man at NBC Sports, Ken Schanzer is following his boss Dick Ebersol and leaving the company. John Ourand from Sports Business Journal also […]

Bringing Out The Monday Linkage

This weekend was a very lost weekend for me and for you on the blog as I was unable to do anything either Saturday and Sunday. I attended a groundbreaking ceremony on Saturday in Massachusetts and that took most of the day, then I went to a sports bar that night to see the Manny […]

ESPN & ESPN Radio Live Schedule From Fort Worth For Tuesday

Day 2 of Super Bowl Week for ESPN begins once again with Mike & Mike in the Morning on ESPN2 and ESPN Radio. And you have a whole slew of live programming from Sundance Square in Fort Worth. Hannah Storm also joins the fray hosting Media Day from Cowboys Stadium with Darren Woodson. Check out […]

The Lovely Hannah Storm To Stay With ESPN

I happened on this press release at ESPN’s public relations website. Surprised I did not receive this today. But I found it and I’m happy. Hannah Storm, who signed with ESPN and launched the 9 a.m. ET SportsCenter block in 2008, has been signed to a contract extension that gives her additional duties including hosting […]

Bringing In The Monday Links

Lots of things to get to today. I hope to get everything in during one long linkfest, but if I can’t, I’ll try to do it in multiple parts. We begin with USA Today’s Mike McCarthy who says despite the ratings being down for the Rose and Fiesta Bowls as ESPN takes over the games […]

Fang’s Bites’ Big Dozen Sports Media Stories of 2010

Another year is over and another year is just beginning. It’s time to review the 12 biggest stories in sports media in the year of 2010 A.D. We had plenty of stories to choose from. Not every one made the cut. Some will receive honorable mentions. Others will be listed here. Sports media never sleeps […]

ESPN Announces Coverage of NBA Opening Week

ESPN tells us that it will be all over the start of the 2010-11. And as the Unofficial Official Network of the Miami Heat and all things LeBron James, it will feature the team on both ESPN Radio and the Mothership during Opening Week. In addition, Hannah Storm returns to the NBA as a host […]