Breaking Out Some Monday Linkage

The last few days, I’ve been sick which limited the number of posts between Friday and Saturday. I’m still not feeling well, but I’ll be providing linkage and posts as long I’m physically able. To the links. Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch talks with NFL Network’s Melissa Stark about returning to sports television after leaving in […]

Let's Do The Friday Megalinks

Lots of things to get to today. Couldn’t do the links yesterday. Going to do a big megalink edition for you. Let’s get cracking, but first, there’s the Weekend Viewing Picks complete with a link to the busy College Basketball Viewing Picks which will be updated throughout the weekend. National USA Today’s Michael Hiestand talks […]

A Full Tuesday Linkfest! Finally!

For the last week, I haven’t been able to do a full set of links. Work has been crazy, but I hope to give one today. It’s either going to the other office or heading out with the boss to various work sites or head to meetings, but today should be calmer. I’ve started a […]

Getting The Wednesday Linkage In

Let’s do the Wednesday links while I can. It’s going to get busy the next couple of days as I try to wrap things up for the 4th of July weekend so blogging may get sparse through the weekend. Just giving you a heads up. Here are the links for this Wednesday. Michael Hiestand of […]

A Tuesday Link Day

Let’s do your linkage for you today. The USA Today Game On! blog has Tiger Woods’ statement on his return to golf at The Masters.  Mike McCarthy of USA Today says Tiger’s return to The Masters is likely going to set ratings records. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand looks at The Masters going 3-D this year […]

A Set of Monday Links

Let’s provide some linkage today. Plenty of stuff to get to. We begin with Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk who writes that the NFL Network has been approached by the Atlantic Coast Conference on carrying a package of football games. Portfolio picks up a story from Eric Fisher of the Sports Business Journal regarding […]

Doing Some Tuesday Links

Ok, let’s do some linkage for Tuesday. We’re in transition as we are in between big sporting events. We’re finished with the Olympics. That’s being put in the memory banks. The next blips on the radar screen are the college basketball conference tournaments and the NCAA Tournament over the next few weeks, then MLB Opening […]

Post-Olympics Linkage

Just as in 2008, I’m going through Olympics withdrawal. When I saw NBC’s closing credits at 12:37 this morning to conclude coverage, it makes you yearn for one more day of the Games. I admit the closing montage is done very well. If it’s ever on YouTube, I’ll post it here. Anyway, let’s give you […]

Doing the Mid-Week Link Thing

Ok, doing some linkage today. Lots of stuff to get to. Starting with USA Today’s Michael Hiestand who says one has to take NBC’s Olympic primetime ratings with a grain of salt. Michael also writes about Tony Kornheiser’s two week suspension for his comments about Hannah Storm’s attire. From Slate, Jack Shafer says Mr. Tony […]

Some Tuesday Linkage

Let’s do the Tuesday linkage. Had to finish some paperwork and I’ll do linkage now. From Sports Business Journal/Sports Business Daily, Olympics ratings are still up from 2006, but there’s another showdown with American Idol coming tonight. SBJ/SBD notes that NBC’s daytime ratings for the Olympics are decent as well. John Ourand from the Sports […]

Monday's Linkage

I’ll do some linkage for you. Been busy all day, but I have a nice window here and I’ll get to links after I discuss last night’s hockey action. I’m still coming down from the USA win over Canada last night in men’s hockey. Now, there are many things that could be said about NBC […]

Time For The Thursday Linkage

Let’s do the linkage for this Thursday. Got off to a late start, but that’s due to some overdue paperwork I had to complete. Now that it’s done, I can do some linkage for you. Let’s begin with USA Today’s Michael McCarthy who looks at the impact of a Tiger Woods-less PGA Tour on both […]

Monday's Links

Let’s do the Monday links. Pretty eventful weekend. Conan O’Brien’s last Tonight Show on Friday night, Upset Saturday in college basketball and then NFL Championship Sunday which leaves Vikings fans with a very bitter aftertaste. A couple of reactions before I go to the linkage. Conan O’Brien went out the right way. I saw David […]

Our Tuesday Linkfest

Let’s do the links. Got a late start to the day and I’m still trying to catch up. We start with Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch who gives us his Media Power Rankings for December. The Sports Business Daily has the media roundup and reaction to the Bob Costas interview of Mark McGwire on MLB Network […]

Finally Doing Some Monday Linkage

After helping Dad to meet the deadline, I’m now free to do some links for you. Let’s get to them. Starting with the Sports Business Daily, the publication takes a look at how the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in the NFL v. American Needle case could have widespread effects on the league’s labor negotiations. Writing […]

A Thursday Link Thing

Let’s give you some links while I can. I have a busy day at work so I’ll get these up. Writing for the Indiana University National Sports Journalism Center, Dave Kindred gives you some more sportswriting do’s and don’ts. The Nielsen Wire blog says loyal markets will be viewing the BCS National Championship Game tonight. […]

A Mid-Week Link Thing

Let’s do linkage today. Trying to get links done earlier so you may have noticed the Primetime and Late Night Viewing Picks up at around 8 a.m. I try to do them before I go to bed and schedule them to publish at 8 a.m. so that leaves me free to the links in the […]

Time for the Friday Megalinks

Let’s do the Friday megalinks as we steam into Thanksgiving holiday week. Lots of links to get to so let’s not waste any more time. The Weekend Viewing Picks have what’s in store for college football, college basketball, NFL, NASCAR and plenty of other sporting and primetime viewing picks. To the links. National We’re hearing

Doing the Monday Links

After not watching any sports on Sunday (visiting the three week old niece in NYC), I’m catching up with what I missed today. Starting with USA Today’s Michael Hiestand who looks over what the NFL pregame studio analysts had to say about the league’s bottom feeders. Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch writes that ESPN has hired […]

More Monday Links

Some links on a Monday. Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch talks with several members of the Baseball Writers Association of America who are in favor of making their votes public. Mike Reynolds of Multichannel News says NBC Universal pans to make its rarely seen mun2 channel available on August 12 for free just in time for […]