This blog celebrates its three month birthday today, so thanks for reading and making it grow so quickly. At its launch, I wasn’t entirely sure what I was going to write about. Even now, I still experiment with posts. I have found that the business of hockey posts draw very few hits while opinion and media news pieces bring in the most. At the beginning, I had no idea how I was going to draw people here. I got lucky with some breaking news. First, this site was one of the first to announce Jeff Marek’s departure from CBC. That drew a good amount of hits and was a good start. But then something bigger came along. It’s something that still draws a good amount of hits, tweets and e-mails. It was a little story about the NHL selling its international broadcasting rights. Believe it or not, that post is the most popular in this site’s short history. But what’s really sad is that the NHL’s international TV future is just as unknown today as it was three months ago.
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- @TheDalyPlanet You're correct. Ratings double when its on post NHL but that's not saying much. Supposedly Briggs will be used on a new show 4 days ago
- @TheDalyPlanet Crossover is back on Mon. Took the last few weeks off for cycling so good time to retool. 4 days ago
- @TheDalyPlanet nope. Daily at 5pm. Right before Crossover. 4 days ago
- @TheDalyPlanet Kuselias is still there. Hosts Pro Football Talk with Florio. 4 days ago
- A Punjabi Broadcast Draws In New Hockey Fans nyti.ms/11ZsQ1o 3 weeks ago