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 […]

Squeezing Out Some Tuesday Links

Well, I don’t have to rush back to another office today so I’ll provide some much desired linkage. We’ve already heard about Brett Favre this morning and I don’t want to suckered into another summer of “Will he or won’t he” again. Tired of the whole machinations and ESPN having Rachel Nichols stationed in Mississippi […]

Here Are Some Thursday Links

Trying to get ahead on some linkage before diving head first into some paperwork. Lots of stuff going on and let’s get busy, shall we? Tom Weir of USA Today’s Game On blog has ESPN denying LeBron James put pressure on the network to pull a story from its website. At Fanhouse, Milton Kent discusses […]

Back to Work Links

Back to work after a weekend that was much too short. I’ll do some linkage for you now. Starting with USA Today’s Michael Hiestand who says ESPN’s Jon Gruden has adjusted to being a TV personality. John Ourand and Michael Smith of the Sports Business Journal give us the anatomy of the CBS/Turner deal for […]

Bringing You Thursday Linkage

Let’s do the Thursday links. I’m waiting on an employee who was supposed to be here at 9:30. It’s now past ten. Not good when someone’s late. Here are your links. USA Today’s Vicki Michaelis looks at the legacy of former International Olympic Committee President Juan Antonio Samaranch who died yesterday at the age of […]

Late Night Linkage

It’s been quite some time since I have done late night links. Usually, I reserve late night for posting the press releases, but since I still don’t have a TV and there was a minimal amount of sports that I wanted to see, I was quite productive posting the release earlier tonight so I can […]

Crazy Thursday Linkage

Well, where do I begin? There’s the Erin Andrews story which continues to pick up momentum. And we have ESPN finally acknowledging the Ben Roethlisberger civil lawsuit story two days after other media outlets have been reporting it. Personally, I found some Harry Chapin albums on iTunes and videos on YouTube so expect to see […]

Thursday Stuff

I have some links for you today. The Boston Herald’s Inside Track Girls report that NESN’s Heidi Watney is dating a former Fenway Park groundskeeper. Thanks to Sox & Dawgs for that link. So much for the rumors Heidi dating Jason Veritek. The lovely Jessica Heslam of the Herald reports that the New England Patriots […]

Five Women Who Can Make Me Stop Flipping The Remote – 2008

Last year, I had an entry, Five Women Who Can Make Me Stop Flipping The Remote. Every once in a while, I notice people doing a Google search for the women on that list will stop on that page and look at what I came up with. If you don’t want to click on the […]

A Fall-like Saturday Morning Linkfest

I got up this morning and saw it was 47 degrees in Rhode Island. It’s cold. The temps are warming up now, but this feels like mid-October. Let’s do your links. Newsday’s Neil Best thought it was funny that SportsCenter anchor Stan Verrett didn’t know “Duck, Duck, Goose”. Neil also previews what YES will show […]

Some Tuesday Linkage

Time for some linkage on this Tuesday. Starting with Sports Business Daily/Journal’s Olympics website, Tripp Mickle and David Broughton write that the ratings for the first week for the Games were so good that the traditional second week tune-out should not hurt its overall numbers. The SBD/SBJ Olympics site reports that gymnast Nastia Liukin and […]

Late Monday/Early Tuesday Links

It’s early Tuesday morning on the East Coast as I do these links. I’ve been researching clips for the 2000 Olympic Games so this update is delayed. I promised you links and by golly, I’m going to give them to you. First, John Crowe at his Crowe’s Nest blog has some industry news including some […]

The Monday Night Update

There’s a lot to get to including CBS naming the announcing team for the Elite XC mixed martial arts event it will carry later this month, plus a few other things. So let’s get to them now. First, Phil Swann of the TV Predictions website says Fox Sports Net plans to broadcast its entire lineup […]

The Friday Media Megalinks

We have a lot of links to get to so let’s get to them. Viewing Picks Interleague play in baseball and the second leg of horse racing’s Triple Crown headline the weekend viewing picks. NBC Sports will have complete coverage of the Preakness Stakes live from Baltimore starting at 4:30 on Saturday. Luckily, we won’t […]

The Saturday Night Links

I’m back after being away for most of the day. But after I thought I could get away with not providing links today, I find enough news to warrant an update. Barry Horn of the Dallas Morning News talks with NFL Films President Steve Sabol about Hard Knocks which returns to filming the Cowboys training […]

A Friday Megalink Day

Let’s give you the Friday media links. It’s another busy weekend for both viewing and awards as the New England Emmy Awards will be handed out on Saturday. I’ll have a list as soon as it’s made available. In the meantime, let’s go over your viewing weekend. Weekend Viewing Picks One of the bigger events […]

The Thursday Linkage

Time to give you some links this morning. David Scott of the Boston Sports Media Watch wonders where was the Boston Globe when the Matt Walsh/Spygate Tapes story broke last night and also what’s with the Herald’s source as no tape of the Super Bowl XXXVI St. Louis Rams walkthrough was not among the tapes […]

We've Got Our Wednesday Links

Time for some links from the morning papers and blogs. Michael Hiestand of USA Today looks at CBS’ broadcast of the Bowling Clash of Champions, the first network TV broadcast of bowling in nine years. Richard Sandomir of the New York Times writes about the new Sports Museum that opened near the World Trade Center […]

Beginning of the Workweek Links

As we’re back to work, let’s give you some links on this Monday. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand says NBC Sports made the right call in not showing Eight Belles’ suffering after breaking down at the Kentucky Derby. Paul Christian of the Rochester (MN) Post-Bulletin agrees that NBC was correct in showing restraint. On the other […]