MLB At Bat App Is Back and Live Streaming of Games Returns

We have two announcements from One which many of you know about already, that the MLB At Bat mobile and tablet app for the 2011 season is out. While it carries a very hefty $14.99 price tag, it’s already the number one sports app at the iTunes Stores. I’ve already downloaded it for my […]

ESPN Announces New ESPN Radio iPhone App

Just out today is the latest version of the ESPN Radio iPhone mobile app. It means you can listen to your favorite ESPN Radio shows without a radio. In addition, you can hear podcasts as well as local radio SportsCenters. It’s all on the iPhone app. New ESPN Radio iPhone App:  Unprecedented Personalization and Social […]

Going For Some Monday Linkage

Ok, let’s do some linkage while I can squeeze some in. I had to meet a deadline earlier. I think I’m safe for now. Starting with Michael Hiestand of USA Today, he wonders if the PGA Tour can generate ratings if Tiger Woods isn’t winning tournaments. Michael also has some of the upcoming sports viewing […]

More Wednesday Links

Ok, got interrupted today, but let’s finish up the linkage for this mid-week. Lots of good stuff out there. USA Today’s Mike McCarthy catches up with NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman to discuss the Winter Classic and the league’s TV rights. Sports Business Journal lists some of the best sports tweets from athletes and journalists. Sports […]

Apple Declares MLB At Bat 2010 Highest Grossing App

We have a press release from regarding its mobile application for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Apple says its highest grossing application was MLB At Bat 2010 which is tremendous, if I say so myself. Being able to watch and listen to live games on my iPhone and now iPad is great. However, […]

More Thursday Linkage

Ok, lets provide some more linkage. Crazy day today. Well, the long-awaited Brett Favre schlong pics are out including those voicemails to Jenn Sterger that may or may not have come from the quarterback. Deadspin has them all and you can decide whether they come from Favre or a very good impersonator. Just be careful […]

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 […]

It’s The Tuesday Links

Ok, I’ve writing posts for Thursday and Friday, days which I’ll be away and attending a wedding. So they’ll automatically publish so keep your feeds updated. I hope you will enjoy them. They’ll certainly have you debating. Now to the links. Eric Fisher in Sports Business Daily mentions that has relaunched today with more […]

Golf Channel Launches New iPhone & Android App

This came out yesterday. Golf Channel announces that it has released a new app for the iPhone and Android so fans can see the latest news and video on their cell phones. GOLF CHANNEL LAUNCHES ENHANCED, CUSTOMIZABLE MOBILE APP FOR iPHONE AND ANDROID Developed with Advanced Mobile Solutions, App Provides Golf Fans Unprecedented Access to […]

Review of World Cup TV & Radio Coverage

After eight days of watching World Cup coverage on both ESPN,, Univision and and listening to ESPN Radio, it’s time to give a review of the multimedia coverage of one of the World’s Greatest Sports Events. I’ll break it down by Studio, Game, Online and Radio. Studio ESPN This is an area where […]

Some Thursday Night World Cup Preview Links

Let’s give you a few links tonight. Couldn’t do a linkage today and I suspect that the megalinks will be up tomorrow night instead of during the day as I’ll be moving between two offices. To the linkage. We have a lot links previewing World Cup coverage as it begins on Friday. So we’ll devote […]

Some Tuesday Night Linkage

Got busy plus shuffling between two offices prevented me from doing linkage. I’ll do it now as I try to find a cool place in my house to blog. The humidity is killing me tonight. Anyway, let’s get to the links. Jason Fry at the Indiana University National Sports Journalism Center writes that the New […]

Saturday's Links

Let’s do some links for you today. Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch says NFL Commish Roger Goodell could not be happier about the ratings for the primetime Draft. Mike Reynolds of Multichannel News looks at the tremendous ratings for the NFL Draft on ESPN and NFL Network.  Wayne Friedman of Mediapost also writes about ESPN’s ratings […]

Free Baseball! On Your iPhone!

This weekend, you can watch plenty of baseball on your iPhone and iPad through the MLB At Bat App. Even though the app is expensive at $14.99, it’s certainly worth it as last week, I was able to see the final moments of the Colorado Rockies no-hitter and did it over AT&T’s overloaded 3G network. […]

Thursday's Links

After a day in which I dealt with a flooded basement and buying filters for my wet vac, it’s time to bring back the linkage. USA Today’s Game On blog looks at a new PBS documentary on legendary New Jersey high school basketball coach Bob Hurley. Bob Velin of USA Today profiles an announcer who […]