Late Day Journal- November 16, 2009

Here are some sports media news items since this morning…

Richard Deitsch at Sports Illustrated has his weekly Media Circus column

Pete Dougherty at the Albany Times Union has the ratings for Pats/Colts.  Pete also questions the start time of SNF given the numbers for Fox’ Cowboys/Packers

Chad Finn at the Boston Globe looks at what the NFL pundits are saying about Bill Belichick’s fourth down call last night against the Colts…

Reggie Parquet at New looks at what sportswriters are saying about the New Orleans Saints

Deborah Yao at the Associated Press looks at Comcast’s long history leading to its possible acqusition of NBC

The AP (through ESPN) looks at the Comcast/NBC merger though the eyes of the USOC

Staci Kramer at Paid Content reports on how Comcast is expanding its local sports sites in an attempt to compete with ESPN

John Ourand at Sports Business Journal also reports on Comcast’s local measures

Tripp Mickle at SBJ writes that the number of US newspapers credentialed for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics is down from years past…

Fred Benson at the Bleacher Report looks at how NBC is to blame for Notre Dame’s lack of success

Dave Hughes writing at Press Box Online (Baltimore) says Baltimore fans have come to accept the Washington Capitals and Wizards

Bryan Mullen at the Tennessean looks at the return of ESPN radio to Nashville

Chris Byrne at Eye on Sports Media has two posts in his “Best Practices in Sports Media” series..

Chris talks with Auburn basketball play-by-play voice Rod Bramblett on how he preps for non SEC opponents

Chris also looks at the crew levels to produce college football on ESPN…

The LA Times looks at the renwal of an agreement between the WWE and the USA Network for Monday Night Raw

The Associated Press (through Editor and Publisher) has the story of the death of a Lake Charles, LA sportswriter

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