Happening now, we're just learning through Bill Doyle of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette that NESN's Executive Vice President of Programming and Executive Producer Joel Feld is leaving after five years on the job. Feld has overseen changes in game production with the Red Sox and Bruins as well as steering the channel towards some … Continue reading NESN’s Executive Vice President Is Out
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The Celtics are in San Antonio tonight to take on the Spurs. Jermaine O'Neal practiced yesterday and is expected to play for the Celtics. With just a few weeks before the playoffs begin, there is plenty of worry about this team, and the integration of their new pieces, as well as their state of mind. … Continue reading Celtics Trade Still Has Plenty of Doubters
The Bruins continued their hot play last night, as Tim Thomas solidified his grip on another Vezina trophy by blanking the Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks 3-0 at the Garden last night. Get all the coverage at BruinsLinks.com. Bruins power toward playoffs with 3-0 victory over Chicago - Mike Loftus has the Bruins looking to continue … Continue reading Bruins Stay Hot, Blank Blackhawks
So I'm a day late on this one, having had yesterday wiped out with an illness, so I'm catching up with this Gary Tanguay/Michael Felger dustup on Sunday/Monday. It apparently started with Felger's comments on Sports Sunday, following the Celtics win over the Timberwolves: http://www.csnne.com/common/thePlatform/web/swf/flvPlayer.swf Felger started off his show by saying that Tanguay was … Continue reading Felger/Tanguay “Dustup” – Real or Contrived?
Once again, the Celtics started strong, but finished poorly, losing to the Pacers in Indiana 107-100. About the only good thing you can say about this loss is that they looked better in losing to the Pacers than they did in beating the Timberwolves on Sunday. Get all the coverage at Celticslinks.com. Don’t blame ‘The … Continue reading Slumping Celtics Can’t Finish…Again
From NESN: Last night’s 7-0 Bruins win over the Canadiens garnered a 6.6 household rating on NESN according to Nielsen, which is the highest rated regular season game in the network’s 27 year history covering the Bruins. NESN’s previous regular season ratings record was a 6.2 household rating for the March, 18, 2010 game when … Continue reading NESN Sets New Bruins Regular Season Ratings Record
The Bruins came up huge last night, pounding the revenge-minded Canadiens 7-0 in a thoroughly enjoyable hockey game at the Garden. Get the complete coverage at Bruinslinks.com. It might be fun to also check out the Montreal Gazette this morning as well. Clean hit - Fluto Shinzawa says: In perhaps their most complete game of the … Continue reading Bruins Score Epic Win Over Hated Canadiens
The Celtics let the Memphis Grizzlies hang around last night, and down the stretch just could not execute on offense, leading to their demise in a 90-87 loss. A Rajon Rondo floater with plenty of time on the clock and a Glen Davis desperation three-point attempt are not the ideal shots the Celtics were looking … Continue reading Terrible Execution Kills Celtics
Sports reporters might make up one of the heaviest users of Twitter among media types. It can be a tremendous resource for both the reporter and for their followers. Right now, there simply is no quicker way to pass along information to your target audience. On the other hand, the immediate ability to relay your … Continue reading The Sports Media’s Guide To Twitter