Return of The Links

After a day in which it was difficult to get linkage in, I’ll do it today. So much is going on that it’s tough to ignore the stories that have surfaced in the last two days. Let’s get to the links. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand held a live chat on sports TV yesterday. I wish […]

Our Wednesday Linkage

Let’s do some links on this rainy Wednesday in the Northeast. By the way, last night I went to a great Japanese restaurant in Providence, Haruki East on Wayland Avenue. Highly recommend it. And on a rainy Tuesday night, there was a wait so that tells you it’s quite popular. Ate there with my parents […]

A Mid-Week Linkage Day

This being Wednesday, it means that we’re about to go past the mid-week mark and then the weekend will be getting closer. Time for some links. paidContent’s Staci D. Kramer has Fox Sports El Presidente por Vida David Hill says sports leagues will cut off their noses in spite of their faces if they continue […]

Some Tuesday Links

Been busy once again today so I’m going to give you some linkage now and perhaps some linkage tonight. Michael Hiestand of USA Today looks at the ratings from selected events from the weekend. Glen Dickson of Broadcasting & Cable writes that Verizon FIOS will pick up two Yankees games produced in 3-D that will […]

ESPN Has Selected Some Of Its Pac 10 Football Games For The Fall

ESPN has announced 16 games involving Pac 10 teams including 12 interconference games and 4 non-conference road games. A lot of them involve USC, Oregon, Washington, Stanford and UCLA as you will see from the press release below: ESPN Announces Select 2010 Pac-10 College Football Telecasts ESPN has announced 16 college football game selections involving […]

Some Additional Tuesday Linkage

I’m finding some good linkage for you this evening so I’ll give them to you now before Lost comes on. First, Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch explores why ESPN and Golf Channel were so willing to accept Tiger Woods’ interview restrictions and why CBS did not. Dennis Dodd of has the Pac-10 Conference looking into […]

Our Back To The Work Week Links

Let’s do some linkage for you as many of us are back to work today. Starting with the Sports Business Journal, we have the nominees for the publication’s 2010 Sports Business Awards. On The DL’s Dan Levy breaks down CBS’ announcing teams and assignments in the Sporting Blog. Greg Risling of the Associated Press says […]

College Basketball Viewing Picks for 03/13 & 03/14/09

men’s schedule courtesy of Matt’s College Sports on TV Saturday, March 13 College Gameday – ESPN, noon men’s America East Championship Hartford at Vermont – ESPN2, noon ACC Tournament – Greensboro, NCSemifinalsDuke vs. Miami – ESPN/Raycom, 1:30 p.m. Georgia Tech vs. NC State – ESPN/Raycom, 4 p.m. Atlantic 10 Tournament – Atlantic City, NJSemifinals Temple […]

Snowy Wednesday Linkage

On this really snowy day in Southern Rhode Island, I’m at home, warm, toasty, trying to find a DirecTV channel that isn’t blocked by the snow. While parts up north hardly received any snow, we’re getting walloped here in southern Rhode Island. No fun. I’ll do links while I can. Eric Fisher of the Sports […]

Our Tuesday Linkage

Let’s do some linkage for you on this Tuesday. Starting with USA Today, Edward C. Baig looks at ESPN’s planned launch of its 3-D network in June. Michael Hiestand has the ratings of various weekend events. EPL Talk reports that Fox is in talks to buy Setanta Sports US.  SportsbyBrooks reports that the voice of […]

Doing the Sunday Links

While I’m working on an engineering specification from home, I’ll provide the links this Sunday morning. Sports Illustrated’s Andy Staples says ESPN/ABC forced him to go to to watch last night’s Oregon-Arizona game. Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams who flipped the double bird during last week’s game against the Buffalo Bills, has taken out […]

A Monday Linkfest

I’m here to give you some links this morning. Still no response on my quest to get a couple of TV’s. If any of the sports networks wants to dump a couple of HDTV sets, let me know. Yes, I can buy a couple on my own, but I’ve budgeted money for other personal purchases […]

An Actual Post with Links!

After spending most of yesterday and this morning at the home office, I’m now at my regular place of work and can give you some links. It always throws me off when I’m at the home office and have to behave. A couple to tell you in the interim. I almost was a guest on […]

Even More Monday Links

We have a bunch of links this evening and let’s get to them before I start watching Weeds on Showtime. Chad Finn of the Boston Globe gives his impressions on NESN’s Jim Rice who finally got into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Neil Best of Newsday notes that Mets GM Omar Minaya called out a […]

Links for Your Saturday

Doing the links for you today. Just relaxing after having a late lunch. Starting with Newsday’s Neil Best who talks with a Golf Channel official about the Bethpage Black course. Neil writes that with Golf Channel unable to show go live during the U.S. Open, it does what it can before and after NBC’s coverage. […]

Tuesday's Regular Links

Ok, now that I have the Joe Buck Live links out of the way, let’s get to the other sports media links of the day. Ray Glier of USA Today has a very nice story on a sightless announcer who does the Spanish language broadcasts for the Tampa Bay Rays. Paul Sanford of the Sports […]

Late Night Friday Megalinks Now Saturday Megalinks

Let’s give you the Friday megalinks. Find the Weekend Viewing Picks here. National USA Today’s Michael Hiestand writes about former Yankees pitcher David Wells moving to the TBS announcing booth. John Paul Newport of the Wall Street Journal writes that former ABC Sports golf analyst Bob Rosburg died Thursday. Matt Foran of the Nielsen ratings […]

Your Thursday Linkfest

Let’s do some links before I do some work and finish what I have to do today. Newsday’s Neil Best is amazed at the Red Sox beating the Celtics and Bruins in the ratings last Sunday night. Neil says Mets and Yankees fans are finding bargains on tickets. Neil writes that former ESPN NFL analyst […]

Catching Up on Press Releases

I left my office for a doctor’s appointment (nothing serious, just my yearly physical … I’m fine) and a few press releases flew into my inbox so let’s clear them out. Here are some quotes from last night’s NFL Gameday Final on NFL Network. Week 13 (Nov. 30, 2008) – Quotable from NFL GameDay Final […]

Some Thursday Linkage

I can’t do a full-fledged update, but I will give you a truncated version of the links right now. The LA Daily News’ Tom Hoffarth writes that ESPN will mark today’s 40 anniversary of the Black Power salute by John Carlos and Tommie Smith at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics. Christopher Byrne in his Eye […]