Chris Zelkovich has a column in today's Toronto Star pondering what deregulation of the Canadian television market might mean for sports channels.
It touched briefly upon how CIS coverage might be hurt, so a post has been put up at The CIS Blog touching upon how it's kind of shortsighted to dwell on TV coverage. American schools are already going big into broadband and turning their websites into multimedia channels that fans pay a monthly fee to access, so you can bet Canadian schools are going to go down that path over the next few years.
It does mean bypassing the traditional news outlets, which is happening in the the pro sports world. Notice how many teams now have a former newspaper sportswriter working as a "web editor"?
ESPN once again won’t tip picks in the draft
55 minutes ago