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Your February 1st Links

It seems like last week we rang in the New Year. Now, we’re one month into 2012. Didn’t take long. Let’s do some linkage. Starting with Michael Hiestand of USA Today, we learn that NBC has quite a bit in store for its six hour Super Bowl pregame show. Also in USA Today, Michael Coppinger […]

Some Quick Wednesday Links

I’m at work, but that could very easily change on this very messy Wednesday in the Northeast. The storm that’s hitting us now started with snow, then changed to sleet, then freezing rain, now all rain, but will change back to snow later. This is the big joke Mother Nature is handing us this winter. […]

Providing Your Tuesday Links

Horrible day here in the Northeast. Snowing hard. And I’m at home which is never a bad thing. Flipping between the Dan Patrick Show, NFL Network and the Weather Channel to get the latest on Super Bowl Media Day and the crazy weather that has gripped most of the nation and is affecting 100 million […]

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 […]

Some Quick Wednesday Linkage

Ok, this may turn out to be a busy day for me so I’m going to try to sneak some links in. You may see this in multiple parts so here goes. We’ll begin with Tom Weir in USA Today’s Game On blog discussing Tucker Carlson of Fox News wanting Michael Vick executed? Michael Hiestand […]

Cranking Out Some Sunday Links

Let’s do some Sunday links for you today. Good stuff to get to. Let’s get cranking. Mike Reynolds from Multichannel News reports that DirecTV is rebranding FSN affiliates in Denver, Pittsburgh and Seattle. Mike writes that NFL Network hit a season-low audience for Thursday Night Football, not reaching an average five million viewers for the […]

A Mid-Week Link Thing

Let’s do some linkage. By the way, do you hear that? That’s the sound of your TV and radios being political ad-free today! Nice, isn’t it? Goodness, they’ve been running all summer long through the fall and they’ve been absolutely maddening. Glad to see that we get relief from the negative ads. Now we can […]

Bringing In The Thursday Links

Another late start on the linkage today mostly due to shuffling between two offices and trying to catch up on press releases. Let’s get started. Mike McCarthy at USA Today has LeBron James blaming race for the negative reaction to his ESPN produced “The Decision” earlier this year. Mike notes that there won’t be a […]

Doing Your Friday Megalinks

Let’s do your megalinks today. Lots to get to. There’s the Weekend Viewing Picks which contains the sports and entertainment choices for Saturday and Sunday. Now let’s get to the linkage. Lots of of it today. National From USA Today’s Game On blog, Mike McCarthy talks with the producer of new Lombardi Broadway play on […]

Our Back To Work Monday Linkage

Ok, let’s get some linkage done as most of us return to work from the weekend. Plenty of stuff to go over. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand says it may be early, but the NFL TV analysts were in mid-season form on Sunday. The National says former ESPN’er Molly Qerim is joining Versus to become a […]

Some Saturday Links

I’ll give you some links on this college football Saturday. Some decent games and you can see the menu for today in the College Football Viewing Picks. To the links. A.J. Perez of Fanhouse says NFL Commish Roger Goodell is disappointed in the Jets behavior towards Ines Sainz, but won’t hand down any punishment. You […]

Bringing You A Friday Megalink Thing

I owe you some megalinks from last week so let’s get this done. Don’t forget the Weekend Viewing Picks. National USA Today’s Michael Hiestand and Mike McCarthy square off over whether viewers should care what announcers do off the air and away from the camera. USA Today’s Sean Leahy has NFL Network analyst Brian Baldinger […]

Let’s Do Some Thursday Linkage

Time for some linkage before I get bogged down with things at work so while I’m at the home office in RI, let me find what the sports media is talking about today. First, Christine Brennan of USA Today who has been very vocal about the Ines Sainz story ever since it broke is calling […]

It’s a Mid-Week Linkfest

Now back at 100%, it’s now time to give you some linkage. Glad to be over a 36 hour bug that was bothering me. A couple of things that I confirmed from being sick. One, ginger ale was amazing medicinal qualities in settling upset stomachs. Two, sleeping 13 hours can be very good. And three, […]

Tuesday Linkage

Yesterday was not the day to get sick. So many things happened last night, Jets owner Woody Johnson apologizing to Azteca TV reporter Ines Sainz, Monday Night Football doubleheader, US Open men’s final moving from CBS to ESPN2 and then cutting out for Monday Night Football, Jay Mariotti getting charged on domestic violence against his […]

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