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Let's just say there are a lot of people unhappy that medical info on Matt Kemp got out publicly. All sorts of confidentiality issues there — Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne) December 18, 2014 While YES and NYCFC announce partnership deal at presser, YES is showing Yankees Maga...
TCI will raise cable rates almost 7% this year, "part of another industrywide wave of price increases," according to Paul Farhi of the WASHINGTON POST. Monthly bills for 11 million of TCI''s 14 millio
Several "big-time horse owners are eager to drastically restructure the sagging sport of thoroughbred racing," according to Langdon Brockinton of INSIDE MEDIA. The center of the owners'' plan is a pro
HBO Pictures will produce the biographical drama "Don King," according to Scott Hettrick of the HOLLYWOOD REPORTER. Actor Ving Rhames, who starred in "Pulp Fiction" and "Mission: Impossible," will pla
SportsChannel New England Celtics analyst Tom Heinsohn apologized Tuesday before the Bulls-Celtics game for comments made on air last week about Hawks C Dikembe Mutombo. Heinsohn, after Mutombo was ta
The first test issue of Sports Illustrated Women/Sport will hit newsstands on April 21, with a cover date of Spring 1997 (SI). The issue will have a newsstand price of $2.95 with a rate base of 600,00
Former "Today" show host Bryant Gumbel is expected to join CBS today after "nearly 25 years at NBC," according to Richard Huff of the N.Y. DAILY NEWS. Gumbel reportedly will host a primetime news maga
Cablevision''s "aggressive steps" to "dominate" the New York sports cable market by increasing its stake in MSG, the Knicks and the Rangers, were examined by CNN''s Lou Dobbs on "Moneyline." Cablevisi
K-III Communications is putting its Daily Racing Form and Pro Football Weekly publications "on the block," according to Angela King of the N.Y. DAILY NEWS. K-III bought the Daily Racing Form from Rupe
BROADCASTING & CABLE''s Richard Tedesco on the CBS/SportsLine deal: "The deal suddenly vaults SportsLine''s already high profile on the Web. And it''s an easy way for CBS to buy into prime territory."
If the Flyers can negotiate their way out of their contract with radio station WIP, "the 76ers will be right behind them," according to Phil Jasner of the PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS. Comcast Chair Ed Sni