Doing Some Friday Megalinks Now

Let’s do some megalinks on this Friday. My apologies for the lack of posts yesterday. The site was swamped with people linking to my post on How to Avoid Paying the $3.99 Fee For March Madness Live and it was down for most of the day. We seem to be ok today, although the site […]

It’s The Linkage! At Long Last and It’s Back!

I think it’s about a week and a half since I’ve been able to do links. Been crazy with me, but you’ve still been visiting and I appreciate that. Time to provide you with sports media news links which is what the site depends on to begin with. Thanks for your patience during this trying […]

Theo Epstein/Ben Cherington Dueling Press Conference Coverage

Trying to piece together the coverage for the Theo Epstein news conference in Chicago introducing him as President of the Cubs and then the one in Boston formally announcing Ben Cherington as General Manager of the Red Sox. The Cubs press conference is expected to start around noon Eastern. The Red Sox presser is slated […]

It’s A Monday Linkfest

For some reason, I’ve been out of the office a couple of times today and it’s pissing me off. Anyway, I’m back in the office now and barring an unforeseen interruption, I should be able to give you linkage here. Sports Business Journal’s John Ourand has the local MLB TV ratings for the first half […]

Some Thursday Links

Ok starting the linkage off late again today, but I hope get a full set in before leaving work later. Sports Business Daily notes some shuffling of personnel with the NFL TV partners. Preston Bounds of Sports Business Daily talks about Brad Nessler saying his college football schedule with ESPN/ABC won’t be affected by his […]

Some Mid-Week Linkage

Ok, time for some links on this Wednesday. Let’s provide some for you while I can. Michael Hiestand of USA Today notes that former CBS college basketball analyst Billy Packer is not enthused about the new TV arrangement for the NCAA Tournament. I’ve written a story for Dan Levy’s Press Coverage site on what the […]

More Wednesday Links

Ok, got interrupted today, but let’s finish up the linkage for this mid-week. Lots of good stuff out there. USA Today’s Mike McCarthy catches up with NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman to discuss the Winter Classic and the league’s TV rights. Sports Business Journal lists some of the best sports tweets from athletes and journalists. Sports […]

Giving You A Monday Linkfest

Let’s do the Monday links. I can’t believe my work productivity since I stopped interacting on Twitter during the workday. I’m now ahead of my work after being a month and a half behind. Who knew? Anyway, let’s do the linkage. Leading off with the Sports Business Journal and a story from John Ourand that […]

Got Your Linkage Right Here!

We have the linkage for Wednesday. Let’s do it. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand has details of ESPN Radio hack Colin Cowherd’s sitcom. George Winslow of Broadcasting & Cable says the Pittsburgh Penguins have purchased new HD cameras for its in-house video system at its new arena. Mike Reynolds at Multichannel News reports that Comcast SportsNet […]

Our Back To Work Monday Linkage

Ok, let’s get some linkage done as most of us return to work from the weekend. Plenty of stuff to go over. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand says it may be early, but the NFL TV analysts were in mid-season form on Sunday. The National says former ESPN’er Molly Qerim is joining Versus to become a […]

Cranking Out Sunday Linkage

Let’s give you some linkage on this Sunday of the Labor Day holiday weekend for most of you. I’ve been working so I don’t know what it’s like to have this off. Anyway, here’s linkage. SportsGrid has the video of WGN sports anchor Pat Tomasulo dunking on a five year old boy, the same kid […]

Let's Do Some Linkage

Yesterday, I just wasn’t in the mood to blog after putting up a few press releases. It’s time to do some blogging now because it’s important that you get linkage and fresh material as much as possible. Don’t want to be dormant for too long. By the way, whatever happened to Awful Announcing? It’s like […]

Truncated Friday Links

I’m not going to do a full version of the megalinks today as I’m getting ready to go to Baltimore on Saturday. I’m meeting a group of Red Sox fans in Charm City so as I’m preparing to head down, I’ll do a shortened version of the links tonight. Your Weekend Viewing Picks can be […]

Back with Thursday Linkage

Due to the clean up to from the Great Flood of 2010, I wasn’t able to give you linkage on Tuesday and Wednesday, plus I had to postpone the recording of this week’s edition of the Sports Media Weekly Podcast. Things are slowly getting back to normal, but I’m going to be applying for disaster […]

The Friday Megalink Thing

Ok, it’s time for the Friday megalinks. Wasn’t able to do them last week and now it’s time to bring them to you while I can. There’s a new look here and I’m experimenting with the template and colors. Let me know what you think either via a comment here or through a quick e-mail. […]

Thursday's Links

After a day in which I dealt with a flooded basement and buying filters for my wet vac, it’s time to bring back the linkage. USA Today’s Game On blog looks at a new PBS documentary on legendary New Jersey high school basketball coach Bob Hurley. Bob Velin of USA Today profiles an announcer who […]

MLB Spring Training TV Schedules: National League Central

We now go to the NL Central. Again, all times Eastern. Chicago Cubs (WGN or Comcast SportsNet Chicago)Saturday, March 6 – Chicago White Sox vs. Cubs at Mesa, AZ, 3 p.m. (WGN)Sunday, March 7 – Cubs vs. Chicago White Sox at Glendale, AZ, 3 p.m. (WGN)Friday, March 12 – Chicago White Sox vs. Cubs at […]

MLB Spring Training TV Schedules: American League Central

Here are the Spring Training TV schedules for the American League Central Division. Again, all times are Eastern. Chicago White Sox (Comcast SportsNet Chicago unless indicated)Saturday, March 13 – Chicago Cubs vs. White Sox at Las Vegas, NV, 4 p.m.Monday, March 15 – Kansas City Royals vs. White Sox at Glendale, AZ, 10 p.m.Friday, March […]

Some Friday Night Megalinks

Let’s give you some linkage this evening. I’m going to weed out the Tiger Woods previews so this may not be as extensive as past editions. Your Weekend Viewing Picks has your sports viewing including college basketball and Olympic viewing guide. Let’s get to the links. National USA Today’s Michael Hiestand tells NBC it’s time […]

Some Nighttime Links

I’m seeing a few stories I can link to tonight. My new TV is acting up and the audio keeps cutting in and out. I’m going to have to call Vizio about this. Not happy. I shouldn’t have to keep changing channels or press the “AV” button on the remote for the audio to come […]