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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...
John Helyar examines the sports presences on the World Wide Web, summing up the current state of affairs by noting that ESPNET''s SportsZone has only one advertiser, Gatorade. Helyar writes, "Lots of
Liberty Media President Peter Barton announced plans to restructure its wholly owned subsidiary, Liberty Sports, Inc. Operations of Liberty Sports will be consolidated and headquarters will move from
Officials from Time Warner and Turner Broadcasting confirmed that they are engaged in merger talks yesterday, but a joint statement acknowledged that "significant issues remain to be negotiated" (Mult
How are the Raiders and Rams doing in their former home? KTTV, L.A.''s Fox affiliate, has asked fans to call in and vote for the game they want to see on Sunday -- 49ers-Saints or Rams- Packers. Fox s
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The Golf Channel has announced distribution deals with multi-system cable operators Cox Communications and Cablevision Systems, according to GOLFWEEK EXTRA. Cox is the country''s fourth-largest MSO wi
The Mariners games against the Yankees on September 5-6 will provide the first live broadcast of a MLB game over the World Wide Web. Subscribers of ESPNET SportsZone will be able to follow the action
U.S. District Judge Hubert Will ruled in favor of the Bulls and Chicago''s WGN-TV, "saying they will be able to pay lower fees than the NBA sought to broadcast Bulls games," according to today''s WALL
The FCC ordered the SportsChannel unit of NY''s Cablevision Systems Corp. to offer its programming to CellularVision of New York -- a company that competes with the cable operator in parts of New York
"In a stunning climax to a summer of mammoth media deals, Time Warner Inc. is offering $8.5 billion to acquire Turner Broadcasting System," according to Mark Landler of the N.Y. TIMES. Turner has not
IBM has launched the 1995 U.S. Open home page on the World Wide Web, with a schedule, statistics, and players bios all available. Address: http://usopen.org (IBM).... The L.A. TIMES reports that Micro