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With an even 16 points a piece this week, it looks like Millen will be dethroned by Danielson this season and win the 2013 Pammie Award. Still, it was a close call I don't think anyone could have predicted given all of Millen's momentum headed into this season.
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The viewing picks has a small entertainment section, but it focuses mostly on showing you which sports are airing each day and when you can find them on.
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@morganwick @ekt8750 Ok, you're going to fill stupid when I say this, and I feel stupid after looking up the time the show airs, but Tim Brando Show currently airs 10 AM- 1 PM on CBS Sports Network and replays from 1 PM- 4 PM. So yes, as I said before, it will be all 4 hours. It will be Esiason & Carton from 6- 10 AM, Brando from 10 AM- 1 PM, and then most likely a Brando replay.
1 week ago on CBS Sports Network will televise WFAN’S Boomer & Carton
@morganwick @ekt8750 Yes. I read the original press release, and it says all 4 hours to be simulcast in the original press release.
1 week, 1 day ago on CBS Sports Network will televise WFAN’S Boomer & Carton
@morganwick @ekt8750 The announcement seems pretty clear that all 4 hours will be simulcast, but like you that makes me wonder what's going on with The Tim Brando Show. Tim Brando airs from 9 AM- Noon and is typically rebroadcast from 12- 3. Does CBS not simulcast the 1st hour anymore? Or do they drop the show all together? Maybe they do a delayed simulcast where they are 1 hour behind the radio show. Or maybe they make Tim Brando's first hour radio exclusive and drop the replay. I don't rule out the possibility of them dropping the replay solely because Jim Rome's radio show is from Noon- 3 PM, and I wouldn't be shocked if they eventually start simulcasting that.
One thing is clear though- too many sports radio shows are starting to be simulcast. You have Mike & Mike, The Herd, SVP & Rusillo, Football Sunday on ESPN Radio, Paul Finebaum, Mike Francesca, The Dan Patrick Show, The Tim Brando Show, and now Boomer & Carton.
In all honesty, I see ESPN and Fox entering into a shared rights contract. FOX needs to keep Champions coverage, and ESPN wants to expand their coverage. The best way to do so is by working together again. Fox could keep the 4 matches they are televising for FS1, FS2, FSN, and Fox Soccer Plus while ESPN comes in and does the other 4 matches on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNews, and possibly ESPNU. Fox Deportes & ESPN Deportes would share Spanish rights ,with the games on ESPN and hopefully FS1 having their own feed done by FOX and ESPN instead of relying on the World Feed.
This would make all 8 matches able to be seen without Fox Soccer 2Go, but Fox Soccer 2Go could easily remain relevant by becoming the exclusive replay home for all the matches, on both the ESPN and FOX sides. I would also hope that they might start airing the best matches of the day in a primetime or late night replay fashion so that those of us who are at work can watch them on the same day.
I just don't see beIN being a legit contender because they have only done contracts for themselves, and I see FOX wanting to keep this contract enough to where they will do everything in their power to keep NBC from getting Champions League action. I'm also going to be honest and say I prefer Ian Darke over Arlo White, and I prefer how ESPN shows the uniform color next to the team names, something I would really like NBC to add to their coverage.
1 week, 1 day ago on NBC will be involved in the bidding for the UEFA Champions League
@panderson1988 I'm going to have to disagree with you. Fox has been using the international feed, same as NBC is, for their coverage, so they have a draw. NBC has a pregame for each English Premier League Match, but Fox has one for the Champions matches, and they air it on 4 different networks.
The big difference is FOX has been putting games on FS1, FS2, FSN, and Fox Soccer Plus live, with typically 5 games on both Tuesday & Wednesday being shown, compared to 2 or 3 a day on NBC & NBCSN. Now their Europa coverage has been lacking, as they don't use FSN for that coverage, but they have still been showing 6 games a day there.
The only difference between FOX's current coverage and NBC's current coverage is that FOX doesn't use their main announce team for 1 or 2 games a week, and NBC Live Extra is clearly the superior product when compared to Fox Soccer 2Go as one is free and the other costs money. If NBC were to actually air the games on some of their sister channels (MSNBC, CNBC, USA, etc.) instead of relying on Extra Time, I would agree that they have the better coverage. At the moment though, I have to rate them a draw.
I'll also point out that while Fox Soccer 2 Go costs money, it allows you to view the games for a longer period of time than NBC Live Extra does, so if you're a soccer fan willing to pay to watch those games, then you have a better chance of seeing all of them with Fox Soccer 2Go than you do NBC Live Extra.
For those who may not know, there was actually a 4th call. Sports USA provided the national radio call, and they have it available to listen to on their website.
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With all this talk, you fail to mention that ESPN Deportes has the Europa Rights while Fox Deportes has the Champions League rights at the moment.
1 week, 2 days ago on NBC will be involved in the bidding for the UEFA Champions League
@BeBreezyMan Those are both TV games simulcast on MW Network, and it is already listed above as such.
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@TylerSablich Which is how come he couldn't handle the Dallas D at home (I believe it was 7 or 8 sacks) and how come Romo has better numbers in every category, including less interceptions, this season. And no, it isn't because he has started less games, especially when you consider that Romo hasn't had Miles Austin, his #2 receiver, most of this season. Foles has been doing well against sub-par competition, but when he's faced the hardest D's on his schedule, he hasn't performed.
2 weeks ago on NBC and the NFL might be second guessing Week 13 flex game
Sorry, but who will draw you more ratings DESPITE records- Eli Manning vs. RG III or Carson Palmer & whomever the Eagles manage to scrounge together? Seems like a no-brainer when you add in the celebrities.
2 weeks, 1 day ago on NBC and the NFL might be second guessing Week 13 flex game
So how is there a T1 if Danielson is 9 point ahead of Millen? I'm shocked that getting 18 points didn;t put Danielson further ahead. And given how many complaints I've heard about Charles Davis's contradictions, it's a miracle he's not even in the Top 10.
2 weeks, 6 days ago on Your Week 12 Pammies Winners & Updated Standings!
I agree that SEC Network is the most likely spot, but they'll probably use their 3 regional teams (SEC TV, CSS, & SEC on FSN) as 3 of the broadcast teams. If that's the case. Tebow will get stuck with the fourth string set of games, the games that the schools usually get as their PPV matches.
Another likely possibility would be placing Tebow on ESPN3 for matches in the American, mostly USF and UCF.
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With Danielson in a Primetime CBS game while Millen has a late night ESPN game, we might very well see Danielson increase his lead this next week.
1 month ago on Your Week 10 Pammies WInners & Updated Standings
@Tim Scallon Considering that ESPN lost the last Olympic bidding rights to NBC, I wouldn't count on them taking over any time soon. And ESPN has already said they would air the Olympics on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNews, and ABC (with Disney having the option of putting additional events on ESPN Classic, ABC Family, and even Disney Channel). Given the number of stations they've already said they would use, it would clearly be for more than the traditional events.
1 month ago on USA, CNBC and MSNBC to host 124 hours of Olympic coverage
I'm very disappointed they are taking Flemming off of Saturday's and apparently only having him go on Tuesday's now. Jarron Collins joins ESPN from the WCC streaming team, so he'll be just fine announcing the conference he's been a part of, Looks like a big promotion for Bernstein with WCC Thursday's & ESPNU Sunday, so don't expect him to have as many Pac-12 Network games this season.
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Actually TSN will air Thursday nights game as they don't have NHL coverage that night.
I have the Knockout Round assignments on my blog. NBCSN will use a KONG simulcast for Seattle/ Colorado and a Comcast Houston simulcast for Houston/ Montreal. Houston/ Montreal will also air in Canada on RDS.
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Rob Stone- "Oklahoma is looking impressive here at the Half in this important game against Texas." They're playing Texas Tech.
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Fox is using the announce team of Bob Brainerd, Bill Brophy, & Greg Voeller for their production of WIAC football's game of the week. The game is airing on FS Wisconsin, FS North+, and FCS Central.
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