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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...
MLB holds a press conference at 12:30pm EST today in Manhattan to formally announce details of their new five-year TV deal (MLB). Fox and NBC will share broadcast rights, with ESPN and Liberty/Fox sha
Fox Sports spokesperson Vince Wladika had no comment when asked by the N.Y. TIMES if it was possible Fox would send a "Dear Don" divorce letter to Don King negating the planned series of Saturday nigh
With the final piece of the new baseball TV deal being ESPN''s agreement to take the entire Divisional Series cable package for $44M a year, an announcement on the five-year, almost $1.6B deal could c
The NBA''s new Web site, called NBA.com and created through a partnership with Starwave and ESPN, debuts tonight in synch with the season openers. The Bullets'' Chris Webber will offer fans an online
Dan Patrick, President & GM of Houston''s KPRC-AM, has offered to add $250,000 in ticket purchases to the offer already on the table to continue carrying the Astros. Patrick, who is staging an Astros
DirecTV took out full-page ads in USA TODAY, the WALL STREET JOURNAL and the N.Y. TIMES to celebrate their arrival at the 1 million subscriber mark (Mult., 11/2)....The latest issue of USA TODAY''s BA
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The cancellation of the Tyson-Mathis fight scheduled for this Saturday due to Mike Tyson''s broken thumb "has damaged and will likely end the shaky, six-week alliance between Don King and Fox Sports,"
ESPN CEO Steve Bornstein said not to expect major changes in cable sports as a result of Tuesday''s announcement of a joint venture between Fox and TCI''s Liberty Media. Bornstein told USA TODAY: "I h
Following yesterday''s announcement that Mike Tyson had broken his thumb and would have to cancel his November 4 fight with Buster Mathis Jr. on Fox, organizers of the Bowe-Holyfield pay-per-view figh
TV execs familiar with the baseball negotiations "all but conceded yesterday" that Fox, NBC, ESPN and Turner would be carrying MLB next season, according to Steve Zipay in today''s NEWSDAY. But one so