Late Day Journal- November 19, 2009

More sports media news stories since out morning get together…

WBNS TV says alleged stalker in the Erin Andrews case is accused of stalking her also in Columbus, OH

The Sporting News has a look at what its feels are the top 25 football broadcasters…

Dan Levy at the Sporting Blog has his additions

Ken Fang at Fang’s Bites gives us his list

Fox Sports has 5 questions for NFL analyst Trent Green

Barry Wilner at the Associated Press looks at the liaison role NBC’s Tony Dungy hopes to play between players and the NFL

Leonard Shapiro at the Washington Post writes of the strong opinions of former Redskin John Riggins…

Vaughn McClure at Chicago Breaking Sports News writes that the Bears feel no animosity toward NBC by denying interviews prior to this Sunday night’s game with the Eagles…

Paid Content reports on how Fox Sports is getting into the local website market

Dominic Serrao at the Examiner reports that Len Berman will be back in the NBC building to promote his new book…

Pete Dougherty at the Albany Times Union reports that many capital area viewers will be unable to see next week’s Giants/Broncos match-up because of the stalemate between the NFL Network and Time Warner…

Pete also has word of a local sports anchor on the move...

Dave Hughes at the Baltimore Press Box examines whether Baltimore/Washington D.C. is a big time media market...

Mel Bracht at the Oklahoman looks at the top ten college football match-ups of the weekend

Chris Byrne at Eye On Sports Media has ways to add your Twitter account to your own Twitter lists in the latest installment of his “Best Practices in Sports Media” series…

Chris also looks at ways to use other social media tools to spread links

Steve Penner at Seacoastonline.com looks at offerings on the MLB Network…

Scott Sloan at the Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader writes of a new digital local subchannel to provided extended coverage of local sports…

Bill Houston at Truth and Rumors reports on the alleged Olympic cheerlining by the Globe and Mail…

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