The Friday Megalinks, Finally

Ok, so this is way after 9 p.m., but at least I’m here doing the links on a Friday night for you. As usual, we preview the weekend viewing. Weekend Viewing Picks This is one of those lazy weekends where there are a lot of events, but not a lot of buzz as we have […]

Thursday Links

I have to be at a jobsite today so I’m going to give you the links and primetime & late night viewing picks. Awful Announcing has the news of Milwaukee Brewers radio voice Bob Uecker’s yacht being damaged by a freighter yesterday. No one was on board the yacht at the time of the accident. […]

A Few Tuesday Afternoon Links

I’ve found a few more links this afternoon. First, Sports Illustrated’s Michael Bamberger chronicles for how NBC produced the U.S. Open playoff. Tim Lemke of the Washington Times says America hardly got any work done on Monday as people watched the U.S. Open. John Ryan of the San Jose Mercury News writes that local […]

Our Tuesday Linkage

We have a wide range of links today. Let’s start with Michael Hiestand of USA Today who looks over the ratings of selected events from the weekend. Newsday’s Neil Best feels NBC came through during its coverage of the U.S. Open. In his blog, Neil says he was impressed with one of Johnny Miller’s first-guesses […]

Some More Monday Evening Links

Because I had to cut my last entry short, I will give you some more links tonight. ESPN outlines its coverage for Wimbledon which will start later this month. Take some time and read The Biz of Baseball’s State of Major League Baseball 2008 authored by various writers, authors, bloggers and baseball execs. If you […]

Your Monday Morning Links

Well, it was Father’s Day yesterday and it was time to take dad out for lunch. I was out of the house for most of the day which meant I could not blog yesterday, but I’m back now and let’s get to the links. Michael Hiestand of USA Today says putting the U.S. Open in […]

Sunday Night Links

Once again, I have my day planned for me. I have to leave the house at 10 a.m., then stay at the office until 5 p.m. without any computer or internet access, then go get groceries, eat dinner and it’s 9 p.m. when I start blogging. This just won’t do. I’ll give you links, but […]

The Friday Megalinks, Finally

I was at a jobsite all day and didn’t get home until after 4:30 p.m. so you didn’t get them at your regular time, but better late than never. Starting off with a couple of posts from David Scott of Boston Sports Media Watch. He first wrote Wednesday about dueling press releases from Comcast SportsNet […]

The Monday Wrap… And Some Links Too!

What a sporting weekend. Major League Baseball could not have asked for a better final weekend to the regular season You had the clinching of the American League East by the Red Sox. There was the complete collapse of the New York Mets and the charge by the Philadelphia Phillies to take the National League […]

Tuesday Updated Links

Let’s give you a few more links today. Joseph Whip blogs about HDTV and he criticizes NBC for taking bandwidth away from its picture and thus, causing pixelation. Whip blames the Weather Plus subchannel for this. The LA Times’ Larry Stewart talks with country star Faith Hill about recording “I’ve Been Waiting All Day for […]