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Some Various Wednesday Linkage

Let’s do some linkage as we reach mid-week. From Joan E. Solsman of CNET, we learn that WatchESPN and HBO have been added to Apple TV. Chris Chase of USA Today’s For the Win blog notes that Serena Williams had some explosive quotes in Rolling Stone about the Steubenville, OH rape case. As a result […]

Some Quick Tuesday Linkage

I know. I haven’t done links in a very long time. Let me provide some for you. I won’t make promises about providing them regularly as every time I do, something happens to make me break that promise. But I hope to bring linkage to you more often. I’ll begin with John Ourand of Sports […]

Your NFL Viewing Guide For Week 16 of the 2012 Season

Busy day today. Yes, without a Thursday night game and the Monday night game played on Saturday, we’re left with just Sunday games today and next week. We have 11 games in the 1 p.m. ET window, three games in the late windows and one primetime game. Why so many early games? Luck of the […]

Your Week 14 NFL Viewing Guide For the 2012 Season

So we have tragedy in the NFL again. Unfortunately yes. This time, it’s struck the Dallas Cowboys as tackle Josh Brent was arrested on intoxicated manslaughter charges in the death of teammate Jerry Brown, Jr. The Sunday NFL pregame shows are adjusting once again. For the second week in a row, @fangsbites), I usually tweet […]

Back For Some Tuesday Links

Let’s do some linkage. I need to do this more than twice a week. Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch looks at the potential replacements for Jon Gruden in the Monday Night Football booth should he decide to leave as rumored. John Ourand of Sports Business Journal has a plethora of subjects in his latest media column. […]

Your NFL Week 7 Viewing Guide

Let’s do the Viewing Guide for Week 7 in The League Where They Play for Pay. So who has the dreaded bye this week? Six teams: Atlanta, Denver, Kansas City, Miami, Philadelphia and San Diego. This makes for some slim pickings for the late games. We’ll get into that later. Any blackouts? None. And Tampa […]

Bringing Back The Friday Megalinks

It’s been too long since I’ve done a links post and why not do this with a Friday megalink post. Your Weekend Viewing Picks have all of my sports and entertainment suggestions. Now to your linkage. National Michael Hiestand of USA Today talks with Fox’s Erin Andrews about her being put under a bigger microscope […]

Your NFL Week 6 Viewing Guide

Ok, let’s go over what’s happening in Week 6 in The League Where They Play For Pay. Who’s off this week? For Week 6, Carolina, Chicago, Jacksonville and New Orleans. All get the dreaded bye on Sunday. Blackouts? What about the blackouts? Well, Tampa Bay is blacked out which means the local CBS affiliate won’t […]

Your Week 5 NFL Viewing Guide

Ok, let’s go over the Viewing Guide for Week 5 in The League Where They Play For Pay. So where were you last week? Um, I forgot? Will you take that excuse? I simply forgot. Eating chicken wings and General Tso’s Chicken will do that to you. Lame excuse, but I’ll take it. So are […]

Your Week 2 NFL Viewing Picks

Let’s go over what’s coming up on the next NFL Sunday. Our NFL Week actually began on Thursday? – Yup. First of 13 Thursday Night Football games on NFL Network this season. So I won’t hear a disclaimer for “60 Minutes” on CBS at 7 p.m.? – Not when the Tiffany Network has the NFL […]

Some Quick Monday Afternoon Linkage

Was out for a bit today so I’m behind in what I want to get done here. I’ll do some links for you to tie you over. I’ll start with a couple of stories from Sports Business Daily which looks at some record overnight ratings for Fox and NBC for the first Sunday of the NFL […]

Doing Our Friday Megalinks

Haven’t been able to provide the Friday megalinks in a while. Let’s do an edition today. Normally I include a link to the Weekend Viewing Picks, but I’ll be doing that tonight so you can find it on my site when it’s posted. If you follow me on Twitter or have an RSS feed, you’ll […]

Bringing Out Some Tuesday Links

Let’s do some linkage for you on this Tuesday. Earlier today, actually very early today, I wrote Some Tuesday Olympic Sports Media Thoughts. I hope it makes sense. Austin Karp of the Sports Business Daily says NBC saw its second drop in the overnight ratings for the 2012 Olympics. Michael Hiestand of USA Today says […]

The Olympics Are Here; Let's Do Some Links

Olympics start today with women’s soccer and there’s more soccer action tomorrow on the men’s side. Let’s bring you some linkage before I get distracted by the live streaming. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand reports that Erin Andrews will get some high profile NFL assignments working with the Fox Sports “A” announcing team of Joe Buck, […]

The Pre-Olympic Linkage

The Olympics get started tomorrow with women’s soccer action and while the Games don’t officially begin until Friday with the Opening Ceremony (live in most countries except the United States), today is really the calm before the Olympic storm. Starting tomorrow and going through August 12, this site will be awash in Olympics sports media […]

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