Late Day Journal- November 18, 2009

Here are some sports media news items since our morning journal…

Brian Steinberg at Ad Age reports that CBS has almost sold out all its ad inventory for the Super Bowl…

John Eggerton at Broadcasting & Cable has the latest in the NFL Network/Time Warner Cable squabble…

John Ourand at Sports Business Daily says NFLN is taking the dispute to the public…

Stampede Blue looks at how many did not like the outcome of Sunday’s Pats/Colts contest…

The Palm Beach Post reports that Dolphins fans in town will be limited to the NFL Network to watch tomorrow night’s game…

Barry Horn at the Dallas Morning News has word of Fox’ Terry Bradshaw not being too keen on the play by the Cowboys’ Roy Williams

Editor and Publisher has the story of a new Sports Editor for the Chicago Sun Times…

Bill Houston at Truth and Rumors has the story of former Hockey Night in Canada analyst Al Strachan claiming he was unfairly dismissed

Mike Heika at the Dallas Morning News has the confusing information on where to watch tonight’s Stars game…

The Dallas Morning News has the latest ESPN Bill Simmons’ piece

Paulsen at Sports Media Watch has word on the impressive numbers thus far with the NBA on TNT...

The PR Newswire has word of as new Celtics on Demand feature on Comcast Cable systems…

The NHL Network is giving fans a choice on which game they would like to see on Thanksgiving…

Dan Fogarty at Meidaite looks at Comcast’s plans to increase its local footprint…

Catherine P. Taylor at BNET looks at how Comcast and Cablevision are looking to high school sports to attract more subscribers…

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