What Should Be The Official Theme Tune For Each Sport?

Since television began, theme songs have helped us to identify our favorite programs. This is certainly the case in sports where the theme for Monday Night Football, Sunday Night Football, Wide World of Sports, the Olympics, The Masters and others have become iconic. I thought about writing a post on which themes should be the […]

A Friday Evening Megalink Thing

Let’s give you some linkage on this Friday. Been a busy day. You deserve some links The Weekend Viewing Picks provide your sports and entertainment TV watching. And now to your links. National USA Today’s Michael Hiestand and Mike McCarthy debate whether networks should hire ex-coaches knowing full well they could make news and leave […]

Some Black Friday Sports Media Links

I hope you survived the Black Friday experience if you went out today. If you decided to shop online, better to do that than wait outside in the cold especially in the Northeast where the temperatures dropped below freezing overnight. No fun. Anyway, I’ll provide the links. The Weekend Viewing Picks are here. To the […]

Shoveling Through The Monday Links

Let’s do some links on this Monday. Some good stuff to get to. Michael Hiestand of USA Today writes that CBS’ Bill Cowher may make broadcasting a true second career after shooting down another coaching rumor. At Fox Sports, Brian Lowry feels for the most part, Fox got the job done during the World Series. […]

CBC Offers All Seven Canadian NHL Teams In Action Tonight

Canadians get a nice smorgasbord of hockey tonight. And for those subscribers to NHL Center Ice in the US and actually for everyone since the out of market pay per view package is still in a free preview, it’s a nice cornucopia of hockey as well. CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada will have games featuring […]

Some Thursday Links

I was hoping today would be quiet, but instead, the Hank Williams, Jr. story is released and all hell breaks loose. What can you do? Anyway, let’s do some links while I can. With Hank Williams, Jr. being the stop story, I’ll start with those links first. Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch. USA Today’s Reid Cherner […]

Hockey Night in Canada Returns With A Vengeance

It seems just like yesterday when the Boston Bruins returned to their rightful place as Stanley Cup Champions. Ok, that’s an overstatement, but it seems like such a short time in between seasons and it is. The 2011-12 NHL season begins on Thursday and CBC’s venerable Hockey Night in Canada, the longest running sports series […]

Friday Megalinks Or The Return of Linkage

Due to being at jobsites for the last few days, I haven’t been able post links like I’ve wanted to. I apologize for that. I have tried to be diligent in updating as much as I can. I have quite a bit to catch up with. I may be a blogging machine as I have […]

Friday Megalinks Just For You

Let’s do some linkage. The Weekend Viewing Picks give you everything to you need for your viewing pleasure. Let’s do this. National Michael Hiestand of USA Today writes that primetime is the right time for college football. Tripp Mickle of Sports Business Daily reports that ESPN has sold out its ad inventory for its new […]

Finally Back To Linking

The last couple of days have been tough to provide links as I was out of the office. Glad to be back linking again, although you never know if I’ll be called away again. I’ll try to do what I can. Mike McCarthy of USA Today attended the NFL on CBS media day on Tuesday […]

The Friday Night Megalinks

I’ve been to Newton, MA and back, South Kingstown, RI and back and all over my hometown of North Kingstown, RI and all of this today. It’s time to do the megalinks and get them all done in one sitting. There’s the Weekend Viewing Picks for your sports and entertainment programming. National Sports Business Daily […]

2011-12 CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada Schedule

On CBC, fans will have access to as many as 109 regular season games. This includes a season opening doubleheader on Thursday, October 6 involving Montreal at Toronto and Pittsburgh at Vancouver. CBC will also have extensive coverage of All-Star Weekend from Ottawa on January 28-29. And there’s the fabled Hockey Day in Canada on […]

Some Thursday Linkage

Let’s provide a few links on this Thursday. Another rainy day in Southern New England. What joy. R. Thomas Umstead of Multichannel News reports that HBO Pay Per View has signed Floyd Mayweather to his next fight in September. Anthony Crupi at Adweek writes that the NBC Sports Group will make into a more […]

CBC’s Farewell To the 2011 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs

At the end of every Stanley Cup Final, CBC wraps up its coverage by putting together one of the best montages you’ll ever see, piecing together some of the best moments of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Call it their version of “One Shining Moment” only without the song. This year, it’s more meaningful to me […]