Some Weekend Linkage

Ok, I wasn’t able to get to do linkage during the day so in lieu of a Friday post, I’ll make this a weekend post so you can go through these at your leisure. So while I watch some Australian Rules Football, I’ll do a nice links post for you. Let’s begin with John Ourand […]

SNL’s Jay Pharoah As Stephen A. Smith

I don’t watch Saturday Night Live unless … Ok, I just don’t watch, there is no unless. Anyway, NBC sent this clip from last night’s Weekend Update with Seth Myers and Jay Pharoah did a bang up job as ESPN’s Stephen A. “A is for Acrimony” Smith. In this segment, Seth asks “Stephen” to talk […]

Back to the Linkage Grind Edition

Ok, now that the Olympics bidding is over until the next round sometime later this decade, I can focus on other sports media stories and there are quite a few of them now. The Hollywood Reporter notes that embattled cyclist Lance Armstrong has taken down his anti-60 Minutes website stating its report on his alleged […]

A Friday Night Megalink Thing

Let’s provide the Friday megalinks. Lots of things to get to. We, of course, provide the Weekend Viewing Picks for your sports and entertainment weekend programming. Now let’s get to the linkage from across the country. National Brian Steinberg of Advertising Age reports that NBC is already seeking $3.5 million for a 30 second spot […]

Some Thursday Linkage For You

Let’s provide the sports media links this morning. Lots of things to do today so I hope I can get this done and finish up the work I have to do later. John Czarnecki at Fox Sports is amazed at how the NFL Scouting Combine has become a made-for-TV event. George Winslow at Broadcasting & […]

Some Quick Tuesday Night Links

My hopes of having a night off from the blog have gone by the wayside. Too many things going on. I’m going to give you an extra set of links this evening. Our first story is in regards to the NFL Players Association complaint that the NFL improperly negotiated its TV contracts, insisting its TV […]

Stephen A. Smith Returns To ESPN

Just a short two months after ending his Fox Sports Radio morning show, Stephen A. Smith has resurfaced at his old employer, ESPN. He’ll host two daily radio shows, one on ESPN Radio in New York and the other on KSPN in Los Angeles. In addition, he’ll write columns for as well as […]