Sports radio shifting to TV simulcasts?

I don’t know why this kind of stuff interests me, but it does. CNBC sports business reporter Darren Rovell blogged today about the future of live sports broadcasts on the radio, reporting that the New York Islanders are becoming the third NHL team to do away with their radio broadcasters in favor of a TV […]

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The Diaper List

Inspired by a recent movie called The Bucket List, my friend Brandon started referring to his own version of such a list.  Unlike the stars of the movie (Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson), his list isn’t about what he wants to do before he dies (or “kicks the bucket”).  Rather, he has what he calls […]

Friday Notes: June 15, 2007

Here’s a little bit of what’s going on in my world: Melissa and I gave in and bought an HDTV last weekend, a Vizio 42″ model with 720p resolution.  I was suitably impressed with the combination of decent reviews and an excellent price point (from Sam’s Club).  Other than my house, it’s probably the single […]

March Madness: Second Round Review

The Sweet Sixteen are set, and there are exactly zero real surprises and great stories.  Sure, we get some interesting matchups (I’m looking forward to both of the South Regional matchups, and it will be interesting to see if USC can keep up their great effort against UNC), but where are the upsets?  Is UNLV, […]