Morning Journal- November 4, 2009

Here are some of the sports media news items that are on my radar this Wednesday morning…

Phil Rosenthal at the Chicago Tribune reports on some of the potential regulatory hurdles facing a potential Comcast/NBC deal…

Jim Williams at the Washington Examiner looks at the World Series numbers and the latest on the Comcast/NBC deal

Michael Hiestand at USA Today looks at the strong World Series ratings gains for Fox

Joe Strupp at Editor and Publisher reports that the New York and Philadelphia Daily News are sharing content

Anthony Crupi at Media Week (through the Hollywood Reporter) reports on ESPN’s strong weekly cable ratings

Tom Van Riper at Forbes reports on the first year successes of the MLB Network

Loiz Gannes at NewTeeVee talks about how NBC plans to handle viewing of the 2010 Olympics online…

Dylan Stableford at The Wrap reports that Sports Illustrated employees appear to be the first let go in the latest round of layoffs at Time, Inc.

Andrew Logue at the Des Moines Register reports that the national media do not seem to respect Iowa’s 9-0 start

Bob Wolfley at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel look s at the 2009 Milwaukee Brewers by the numbers...

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