Quote of the Day

"This wasn’t even our event. But they’ve left us to be the only ones to answer for this. There is such a thing as Crisis Management 101. And they flunked it."
-- Las Vegas Motor Speedway Dir of Communications Jeff Motley, on IndyCar being relatively quiet following the death of driver Dan Wheldon. (N.Y. TIMES, 10/23)
Monday October 24, 2011 Vol. 18 — No. 31 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Crunching The Numbers

    Last night's 10.1 marks lowest overnight of any World Series Game Four on record

    Fox earned a 10.1 overnight Nielsen rating for last night's Cardinals-Rangers World Series Game Four, down 3% from a 10.4 overnight for Giants-Rangers Game Four last year. The game led Fox to a win in primetime last night up against "SNF" on NBC, which earned an 8.2 overnight for the Saints' blowout win over the Colts.

  • Controlling Interest

    Debate exists over which NBA owners are driving CBA strategy.

  • London Eye

    NFL committed to adding second London game to schedule.

  • All In Favor

    WTA's Stacey Allaster gets five-year contract extension after unanimous BOD vote.

  • Surprise Shot

    U.K. press calls Rory's move “out of the blue,” a “huge blow.”

  • Looking For Some Nutmeg

    Litner leaned on for key role at NBC Sports, which is set to move to Connecticut.

  • Losing Its Luster?

    Cowboys equal smallest crowd ever at Jerry’s World Sunday.

  • The Great Unknown

    L.A. TIMES asks under headline, "Fox Wins World Cup Broadcast Rights – Worried?”

  • Ten Years Of Talking

    Wilbon reflects on his time as co-host of "PTI" in advance of its 10th anniversary episode.

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