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The Rare Thursday Linkage

Let’s do some linkage today. Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch talks with ESPN’s Chris Fowler and looks at the first days of Fox Sports 1. Richard talks with new Fox Football Daily analyst Randy Moss. Paul Sanford at Sports Business Daily compares and contrasts Wednesday night’s edition of ESPN’s SportsCenter to Fox Sports 1′s Fox Sports […]

NFL and Verizon Announce Extension of Mobile Streaming Agreement

The National Football League and Verizon announced a multi-year extension of their agreement that allows streaming on mobile phones. Verizon currently has the rights to stream NBC’s Sunday Night Football, ESPN’s Monday Night Football and NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football games over its wireless network to smartphones. NFL Network and NFL RedZone are also part […]

NFL Online and Tablet Streaming For 2012

As we approach the 2012 NFL regular season, let’s take a look at the online streaming plans for the League’s TV partners. Believe it or not, online real-time streaming of games began back in 2007 when DirecTV released its Supercast app for computers (for Internet Explorer only!) and allowed subscribers to its NFL Sunday Ticket […]

Jonesing For Tuesday Linkage

Ok, maybe you’re not jonesing for the linkage, but at least you can read them at your leisure. Sometimes I think way too long about the title of the post and this is the case today. Anyway, let’s get to the links. Joel Schectman of the Wall Street Journal reports that NBC and Google are […]

The Super Bowl Weekend Megalinks

Let’s do some linkage on this Super Bowl Weekend. The Weekend Viewing Picks have my sports and entertainment suggestions. Time for your links. As you can imagine, many of the stories will deal with Sunday’s Super Bowl. National Michael Hiestand of USA Today talks with NBC’s Bob Costas about his past experiences in hosing a […]

NFL Announcement on Streaming Super Bowl XLVI Online

We have the official announcement from the National Football League on the plans to stream NBC’s coverage of the postseason including Super Bowl XLVI online. All of NBC’s games which include its Wild Card Playoff Doubleheader on January 7, 2012, the Pro Bowl in Hawaii on January 29 and Super Bowl XLVI on February 5 […]

Time For Some Thursday Linkage

Let’s do some links. May not be a full set. Depends on how much I can get done here. We’ll start with Alexandra Bruell of Advertising Age who says Penn State University has hired a public relations firm to help with crisis management for the Jerry Sandusky story. John Eggerton of Broadcasting & Cable says […]

Bringing Out The Saturday Links

Let’s do some Saturday linkage for you today. Since Wednesday, I’ve been trying to trying catch up here. John Ourand of Sports Business Daily/Sports Business Journal notes that the NFL and Time Warner Cable have ended carriage talks on NFL Network without an agreement. Phil Swann at TV Predictions says Time Warner Cable failed to […]

Monday Linkage

Let’s do some links now. I have to write my recap of Blogs with Balls 4 while everything is still fresh in my mind. It really was a great event to attend and wonderful to meet so many good people. I hope to have the BwB recap up tonight. Here are some links for you. […]

Cranking Out Some Tuesday Linkage

We have some linkage for you. It’s a bit late, but better late than never. First, Mike McCarthy at USA Today writes that former NBC Football Night in America analyst Tiki Barber is reportedly “devastated” that no NFL team called him to inquire about his comeback. Sports lllustrated’s Richard Deitsch provides his annual NFL broadcasting […]

Handing Out Some Labor Day Sports Media Links

A nice day here in Southern New England and I’m at home watching some good sports action as we have afternoon MLB games, the U.S. Open, a little CFL and some college football later. A good sports day for the Labor Day holiday. Before I do the links, let’s go into one of the stranger […]

Bringing Out Some Sunday Links

I’m linking in the middle of doing some badly needed DIY projects here at the Fang’s Bites abode so I might be a bit scarce today. I’ll do what I can on this lazy Sunday, the middle of the Labor Day Weekend. The ESPN Ombudsman, Kelly McBride of the Poynter Institute responds to Bruce Feldman’s […]

NFL Mobile Will Now Stream Monday Night Football

Received this press release from the National Football League regarding its NFL Mobile service that’s available only to Verizon Wireless subscribers. ESPN’s Monday Night Football becomes available this season adding to the library of NBC’s Sunday Night Football and NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football and NFL RedZone. So all of primetime games will be seen […]

A Pre-Hurricane Friday Megalinks Edition

As the Northeast battens down the hatches for the impending hit of Hurricane Irene this weekend and it’s not a matter of if it’s coming, but when, I’ll probably won’t be blogging much over the next few days. I’ll do my best as long as I have power, but disaster preparation will be high on […]

Doing Some Thursday Linkage

Let’s provide links while I can. Trying not to make this a week where links are scarce. Let’s get this done. First, Jessica E. Vascellaro and Darren Everson of the Wall Street Journal look at how infusions of TV rights money has changed college sports not necessarily for the better. John Ourand at Sports Business […]

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