Morning Journal- December 15, 2009

Here are some sports media news items to look over that crossed our computer since yesterday….

The Associated Press reports that ESPN’s Erin Andrews may make an appearance at the sentencing of a man accused of stalking her…

Eric Deggans writing at the National Sports Journalism Center at Indiana University looks at the conflicts for media organizations when it comes to their writers pursuing other journalistic opportunities…

Darren Everson at the Wall Street Journal looks at the benefits of expanding the field for the Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament…

Paulsen at Sports Media Watch looks at the Sunday night NFL ratings for NBC…

Mary Elizabeth Hurn at DMNews writes of the NFL producing a concussion PSA with the Centers for Disease Control…

Bob Raissman at the NY Daily News writes about the honesty displayed by Giants’ analyst Carl Banks…

Jamison Hensley at the Baltimore Sun writes that former Ravens coach Brian Billick will return as an analyst for Fox for this weekend’s game with the Bears…

The Detroit Free Press looks at the press reaction back east of the Lions’ loss to the Ravens…

The Associated Press (via the LA Times) discusses the latest sports cover subject for Sports Illustrated…

Mike Brudenell at the Detroit Free Press looks at the return of local sports talk for one radio station…

Jim Williams at the Washington Examiner has a rundown of the Sports Business Journal interview with Nike founder Phil Knight…Yes the Tiger Woods saga was discussed…

Ed Sherman at Crain’s Chicago Business adds to the bevy of articles on the economic impact the PGA Tour will face without Tiger Woods.

Mike McCarthy at USA Today also examines the economic impact of sponsors dropping the Tiger brand…

The Daly Planet looks at the coverage of the announcement that Danica Patrick will ride for NASCAR next season…

Bill Houston at Truth and Rumors looks at how Canadian viewers are taking to curling…

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