Carriage Standoff Hurts TWC's Revenue Projections MASN, Nationals File Preservation Rights Petitions SEC Schools Prepare For Network Launch WWE To Cut 7% Of Workforce People & Personalities Final Ratings: Brickyard 400, UFC On Fox Charter Nearing Deal With SEC Net Ombudsman Addresses Smith Comments "College GameDay" To Start In Ft. Worth Stephen A. Smith Suspended One Week
Upcoming Conferences and Events
SBD/October 19, 2011/Media
EA Sports Planning To Revive "NFL Blitz" Title As Download-Only Release
Published October 19, 2011
OLYMPIC FEVER: AROUND THE RINGS' Ann Cantrell reports the '12 London Games represent "a series of firsts for ISM Ltd., the IOC's worldwide exclusive licensee of Olympic-themed video games." Publishers beginning next month "will release a series of Olympic-themed games for virtually every platform from Xbox 360 to mobile phones to web browsers." "Mario and Sonic at the Olympics Games" hits retail stores Nov. 18 and is "featured as part of a special edition blue Wii console bundle in European markets." For the "first time ever, there will also be a Facebook game in which people can build an Olympic Park online." ISM will "work with sponsors to give away real-life prizes for winners." ISM also will "work with Olympic sponsors and National Olympic Committees to create 'minigames' or simpler, flash-based games for free that can be played through a web browser" (AROUNDTHERINGS.com, 10/19).