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SBD Article Published September 15, 2014
MSG Chair JAMES DOLAN and his band, JD & THE STRAIGHT SHOT, are “releasing an album this month" and Dolan has been "back in the studio to prepare for a series of concerts, including one that was scheduled for Saturday night at Madison Square Garden,” according to Scott Cacciola of the N.Y. TIMES. On the new album, titled “Where I’ve Been,” Dolan “croons about politics and race, love and mortality.” One song called "'Under That Hood' explores the shooting death of TRAYVON MARTIN, which Dolan...
SBD Article Published August 17, 2012
The “sports TV guys are winning -- big time,” as Cablevision “finally caved and agreed to carry the NFL Networ... ...tive marketing and a vocal subset of sports fans, Cablevision will add two more sports channels to the 15 alrea... ” In. N.Y., Richard Sandomir notes, “The Cablevision deal, after six years of on-and-off talks, came t... ” Bornstein said Cablevision CEO James Dolan “decided that the time was right...
SBD Article Published August 16, 2012 by John Ourand
...ne of its two remaining major holdouts today when Cablevision signed a multiyear deal to carry NFL Network and... The channels will go live on Cablevision systems tomorrow: NFL Net on Cablevision's expanded basic package (iO Preferred) and NFL R... The deal comes as a surprise, since Cablevision CEO James Dolan has said in the past that Cablevision wasn't likely to carry NFL Net as long as the NFL...
SBD Article Published April 03, 2012
Cablevision and MSG, both owned by the Dolan family, yesterda... Cablevision's statement began, "Today's story in the New York... ...of articles and cover stories designed to provoke Cablevision and The Madison Square Garden Company.
SBD Article Published September 07, 2011
Cablevision and Verizon FiOS customers "abruptly lost their a... ...Cooperative, a consortium of cable operators that Cablevision and Verizon belong to, went into effect after mid... ...r said that "negotiations are not continuing with Cablevision" (N.Y. TIMES, 9/5). 4 -- about five minutes after Cablevision's contract with the NCTC for sports tier carriage... 'Cablevision's contract with Tennis Channel has expired.
SBD Article Published May 18, 2011
Cablevision by the end of the month will launch Fight Now TV,...
SBJ Article Published December 20, 2010
...ports was evident this fall when Fox went dark on Cablevision during a retransmission dispute. Cablevision subscribers missed World Series games and New Yor... ...it became apparent that the government wouldn't, Cablevision could not afford to go without live sports and st...
SBD Article Published October 27, 2010
...ers-Giants World Series "will not be available in Cablevision homes in the New York area ... barring a restart... and Cablevision, according to Georg Szalai of the HOLLYWOOD REPOR... ...pass the inconvenience" of WNYW-Fox' removal from Cablevision's systems. ...wanted it." Sandomir notes "being unable to count Cablevision customers for the Rangers-Giants matchup amounts...
SBD Article Published October 25, 2010
...d up w/ NFL Network letter wanting arbitration vs Cablevision?
SBD Article Published October 19, 2010
" Cablevision viewers in N.Y.promptly resolve the Fox and Cablevision dispute.Cablevision's huge profits -- nearly $795 per subscriber last... likely to cost Cablevision some subscribers in the short term" (DAILY VARIET...
SBJ Article Published March 23, 2009
Rainbow Media (Cablevision), various positions with SportsChannel America, P...
SBD Article Published May 25, 2007
Citrus Bowl Renovations Low On Central Florida Voters’ Priority List The Arlington City Council approved a financial incentive package for Glorypark, which is being developed by MLB Rangers and Stars Owner Tom Hicks’ holding company and Ohio-based Steiner & Associates. The city will issue $135M in bonds to pay for public infrastructure and parking garages. The bonds will be repaid with funds g...
The Arlington City Council approved a financial incentive package for Glorypark, which is being developed by MLB Rangers and Stars Owner Tom Hicks’ holding company and Ohio-based Steiner & Associates.