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Sources: Facebook, Amazon, Twitter, YouTube All Bidding To Stream NFL's "TNF" GamesPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 24 / 17
The NFL is "selling the rights to stream its 'Thursday Night Football' games next season, and at least four big tech companies are interested," according to Kurt Wagner of RE/CODE. Sources said that Facebook, Amazon, Twitter and YouTube have all "submitted proposals to the NFL in the hope ...
A study of over 2,000 golfers conducted by FL-based Golf Datatech during the summer of ''99 found that "golfers of the computer generation are relying heavily on the Internet to get information about
Canadian satellite-service provider Bell ExpressVu will offer viewers Centre Ice, the NHL PPV package which will feature "more than 800 NHL regular-season and playoff games for one flat fee, starting"
The NBA will launch a 24-hour TV network on November 2 called NBA.com TV, according to Scott Hettrick of the HOLLYWOOD REPORTER. The channel, produced by NBAE, will feature studio-based live programmi
Today''s "Online Drive" profiles the Rockies Web site, located at www.coloradorockies.com. The site, which was created in February ''98, is hosted by Boulder-based XOR and designed by Atlanta-based iX
Women''s Sports & Fitness magazine will announce a 37% increase in its ad rate base, the largest percentage jump for any Conde Nast title in the past eight years, according to Matthew Rose of the WALL
SportsLine USA and ZoneNetwork.com have announced an exclusive content and e-commerce agreement beginning in October. The deal calls for ZoneNetwork.com to produce co- branded sites on CBS.SportsLine.
TV MONITOR: Last night''s 11:00pm ET edition of FSN''s "Primetime" (Fox Sports Net South), CNN/SI''s 11:00pm ET edition of "Sports Tonight," and ESPN''s 2:00am ET edition of "SportsCenter" all led wit
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Ethical "quandaries" have arisen with the "explosion" of sports Web sites, according to David Sweet of the WALL STREET JOURNAL, who questions whether a site can "cover a league or a player fairly when
Television Games Network (TVG) said Tuesday that it has "pulled and will retool its controversial ''Trackside Lite'' program after the daily show received disappointing reviews in the network''s marke
TV MONITOR: Last night''s 11:00pm ET edition''s of FSN''s "Primetime" (Fox Sports Net South), ESPN''s "SportsCenter" and CNN/SI''s "Sports Tonight" all led with Mets-Braves, followed by a post-game in