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Silver Details FiveThirtyEight Relaunch With ESPN On March 17, Timed To March Madness03 / 10 / 14
FiveThirtyEight Founder Nate Silver on Saturday at the SXSW conference in Austin "revealed a slew of details" about the site's new home on ESPN, according to Sam Laird of MASHABLE. The site "will launch on March 17, just in time for college basketball's annual March Madness tournament." The "basketb...
"The much ballyhooed Taco Bell One-on-One Championship will fall apart like a soggy tortilla at a news conference today when Hakeem Olajuwon announces he is withdrawing from the showdown with Shaquill
The heavy media criticism of The Baseball Network''s regionalized coverage of the playoffs continues in earnest this morning. In New York, Bob Raissman writes, "Network executives can whine about how
Boston''s WSBK-TV and parent company Paramount have pulled out of negotiations to renew Red Sox TV rights for next season, according to this morning''s BOSTON HERALD. WSBK has been the Red Sox''s flag
Ken Schanzer, President of The Baseball Network, is prepared for criticism of the new regionalized approach to the playoffs on TV. Schanzer: "If you read the newspapers for the past year, a significan
ESPN Radio "has secured the rights to the NBA broadcasts," according to this morning''s BOSTON GLOBE. In previous years, the NBA has handled radio in-house then sold broadcast to individual stations.
ESPNET''s SportsZone has added Levi''s 501 Jeans, Pizza Hut, New Balance, Lincoln-Mercury, Microsoft and Worlds Inc. as new advertisers on the Web service, according to an announcement by ESPNET GM To
Fox Sports has announced an agreement with the Int''l Skating Union to broadcast five events of the new Skate International Champions Series. Fox will carry four of the five Series events (Canada, Nov
Noting that Time Warner has agreed to pay TCI $360M in stock and cash to acquire Southern Satellite Inc., the TCI-owned company that distributes Turner''s WTBS Superstation to cable operators, the WAL
Reviews are in for NBC''s handling of the Ryder Cup. In New York, Richard Sandomir calls the event "the perfect televised golf tournament" and says "NBC''s production usually captured its essence." He
The criticism continues of The Baseball Network''s regionalized playoff coverage -- Divisional and League Championship playoff games all played simultaneously with fans seeing only one. In Boston, Jac