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RSNs Push MLB For Local Streaming Rights As Concerns Grow About Mobile Viewers03 / 07 / 14
RSNs across the U.S. are "pressing Major League Baseball to get the rights to stream local games to portable devices," according to Josh Kosman of the N.Y. POST. Baseball fans "can't watch live games on their tablets or smartphones outside their home, and the RSNs fear they could be losing viewers w...
NBC Sports President Dick Ebersol has signed a new agreement to continue in his position through 2004, according to an announcement yesterday by NBC President & CEO Robert Wright at the network''s aff
Several personalities will appear on CNN''s internet site this Memorial Day weekend in conjunction with NBA and NASCAR event coverage on TNT and TBS. On Friday night from 6:30-7:30pm EDT, TNT NBA anal
Indianapolis TV stations are seeing a shift in advertising dollars due to the Indy car feud which resulted in a competing race being run in Brooklyn, MI, on the same day as the Indy 500. According to
NBC and its affiliates are considering a proposal to "swap inventory" valued at $275M that represents the affiliates'' contribution toward payment for the ''96, 2000 and 2002 Olympic Games, according
The four major broadcast networks "are scrambling" to match last year''s record sales in the upfront ad market, according to Stuart Elliott of the N.Y. TIMES. Media buyers note the networks'' overall
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The battle for supremacy in the Indy car racing world is being waged on the Web, as well as in the press and on the tracks. Both the CART and IMS have organizational Web sites (as profiled in this spa
Len DeLuca, who had been CBS Sports'' VP of Programming since November ''94, has joined ESPN in the newly created position of Senior VP/Programming Development, according to an announcement Tuesday by
NBC has finalized an agreement to extend its exclusive coverage of the Solheim Cup -- the Ryder Cup-type event for women -- to both the ''96 and ''98 events. The network''s first live coverage of the
The Arena Football League has extended the contract of Neal Pilson, former President of CBS Sports and now President of New York-based Pilson Communications, as the league''s TV consultant. The two-ye
CompuServe, the second largest commercial online service, is expected to announce today that it will rebuild itself on Web standards, according to this morning''s N.Y. TIMES. CompuServe''s decision to