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    Court Filings Show MASN Is Taking Aim At $25M Advance MLB Made To Nationals

    Published November 26, 2014 by Eric Fisher

    New court filings for MASN's ongoing media-rights battle against MLB and the Nationals show...

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    Woods' Decision To Use The Players' Tribune For Critique Of Jenkins Not Influenced By Jeter

    Published November 26, 2014

    Woods is the first golfer to write a piece for Jeter's new website For Tiger Woods' camp, Derek Jeter's upstart blog The Players' Tribune "was the right platform at the right time ... to lambaste golf writer Dan Jenkins for his fictitious interview with Woods," according to Alan Bastable of GOLF.com. Players' Tribune Editorial Dir Gary Hoenig in an e-mail wrote, "They were aware that we were encouraging athletes to speak...

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    Red Sox' Free Agent Signings Highlight Twitter's Growing Impact On Sports Reporting

    Published November 26, 2014

    ...coop was not the only reminder" of how the social media platform "has changed the process of covering pro...

    Tags: Media, Twitter
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    Audience Analysis: NBC Sports Sees Big F1 Gains In Year Two; NHRA Rises On ESPN

    Published November 26, 2014 by Austin Karp

    NBC Sports Group wrapped up its second season of F1 telecasts with big viewership gains over '13, as well as gains from the last season of F1 racing on Fox Sports in ‘12. NBC, NBCSN and CNBC averaged 477,000 viewers for 19 races in ’14, up 30% from 366,000 viewers for the same number of races last year. The three nets also were up 15% from 414,000 viewers for 20 races across Fox and Speed in ’12. NBCSN also had the best-ever F1 audience for a single U.S. cable net, averaging 385,000 viewers f...

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    Media Notes

    Published November 26, 2014

    The AP's Rachel Cohen reports for the "first time since flexible scheduling came to 'Sunday Night Football' in 2006, the NFL could go an entire season without needing it." There is "no way Cowboys-Eagles gets swapped out in Week 15," because NFC East "showdowns are huge ratings draws." Additionally, Seahawks-Cardinals in Week 16 "keeps getting juicier with Arizona's unexpected run to the league's best record and the defending Super Bowl champs' uncertain playoff hopes" (AP, 11/26). SUNNY SID...

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    ESPN's Lowest "MNF" Rating Of '14 Influenced More By Ferguson News Than Jets-Bills

    Published November 25, 2014

    ...cting the “MNF” rating was news coverage on major media outlets around the grand jury decision and subseq...

    Tags: Media, NFL, CBS
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    Finebaum To Host SEC Network Call-In Show During ESPN's Broadcast Of Iron Bowl

    Published November 25, 2014

    SEC Network host Paul Finebaum on Saturday night "will do a version of his popular radio show" on the network during the same window of its broadcast of Auburn-Alabama, according to Richard Deitsch of SI.com. The special is titled "Finebaum Film Room: Iron Bowl Live," with Finebaum "hosting a call-in show throughout the game." The call-in show "will start after the conclusion" of SEC Network’s airing of Tennessee-Vanderbilt, and viewers will "see both Finebaum's set and the live game concurre...

    Tags: Media, ESPN, SEC
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    FS North's Ratings Decline For Twins Games Mirrors Team's Lack Of On-Field Success

    Published November 25, 2014

    Twins broadcast partner FS North last season "lost viewers for the fourth consecutive year," as the team "suffered their fourth consecutive losing season" on the field, too, according to Phil Miller of the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE. The average Twins game on FS North "now routinely attracts barely more" than 40% of the audience it "enjoyed five years ago." Twins Senior Dir of Corporate Communications & Broadcasting Kevin Smith: "I don’t think anyone could be too surprised. When the team wins, ...

    Tags: Media, Minnesota Twins
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    App Review: Cavaliers' iPhone App Offers Instant Replay, Other Second-Screen Fun

    Published November 25, 2014 by By Amie Sheridan, Correspondent

    There is no question that YinzCam delivers a clean and reliable product with the new Cavaliers mobile application. Scores, stats, play-by-play, news and a live game shot chart are some of the key basic offerings. For fans at Quicken Loans Arena, instant replay from multiple cameras is a major bonus. However, the app comes up short with its clunky Flash Seats integration and lackluster live trivia game with a stubborn registration form. Released in November, the Cavaliers app was developed ...

    Tags: Media, Cleveland Cavaliers, NBA
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    NFL Week 12 Overnights: NBC Sees Lowest Cowboys-Giants "SNF" Rating Since '07

    Published November 24, 2014

    Last night's Cowboys-Giants game gave NBC its lowest overnight rating for the marquee matchup since '07, as heavy competition from AMC's "The Walking Dead" and ABC's broadcast of the American Music Awards likely stole eyeballs from the game. The Cowboys' last-minute win drew a 14.0 overnight, the lowest mark for the matchup since a 13.6 in Week 1 of the '07 season. That consists of seven Cowboys-Giants regular-season broadcasts on NBC during that stretch. Last night's game peaked at a 15.3 du...

    Tags: Media, Fox, NBC, ESPN, NFL Network
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    ESPN Could Look To Sell Video Subscriptions For Upcoming Cricket World Cup

    Published November 24, 2014

    ESPN’s "efforts to sell streaming video subscriptions for some sports programming -- without requiring viewers to pay for cable TV -- could start early next year," as the net "wants to sell U.S. viewers live digital access to the Cricket World Cup, which begins in February," according to sources cited by Peter Kafka of RECODE.net. ESPN has not finalized its plans, but what has been speculated would "mark the first time the company has ventured outside of the pay-TV bundle." While cricket is "...

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    Media Notes

    Published November 24, 2014

    In Boston, Gayle Fee notes WEEI-FM, which “has been choking” on the $17M a year it pays for Red Sox radio rights, “has to tell the team early next year whether it plans to exercise its option to keep the broadcast rights” in ‘17 and ’18. There were rumors that Entercom, the station’s parent company, “has already told the team they want out.” But both Entercom and the Red Sox said that it is “not true.” WEEI is still expected to “at least take a swing at renegotiating the deal.” Entercom Bosto...

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