Morning Journal- October 7, 2009

Good Wednesday!  Here are some sports media news items to start your day…

Sean Leahy at USA Today’s Huddle recounts yesterdays NY Times article where NBC’s Dick Ebersol praises the popularity of the NFL…

Leahy also recounts yesterday’s big ratings for ESPN and Monday Night Football..

David Barron at the Houston Chronicle also reports on ESPN’s record numbers

More ESPN Ratings reaction from Ed Sherman at Crain’s Chicago Business

And from Bob Wolfley at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel...

Pete Dougherty at the Albany Times Union gives us his view on coverage of yesterday’s Tigers/Twins tiebreaker game

Georgia Garvey and Jeff Long at the Chicago Tribune writes that the Erin Andrews stalking case proves how difficult it can be to protect one’s privacy these days

Ken Fang at Boston Sports Media Watch gives us NESN’s plans to cover the early games of the Red Sxx in the ALDS

Reuters reports that ESPN will be partnering with a local network to provide English Premier League matches to Malaysia…

Larry Stone at the Seattle Times says the Mariners’ Felix Hernandez may not necessarily fall pray to the “Tom Verducci Effect” reports on the relaunch of ESPN Radio in New Hampshire

Mark Yost at the Wall Street Journal looks forward to the baseball playoffs and listening to the Dodgers’ Vin Scully

Neil Best at Newsday talks with TBS’ David Wells..

Jim Williams at the Washington Examiner thinks the broadcasters for the Washington Nationals deserve high marks for making it through another difficult season…

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