There’s been a lot of discussion about ESPN and other national sports TV networks going over-the-top (offering their network on a streaming, standalone basis rather than bundled into a cable or satellite package), but Washington Capitals, Wizards and Mystics owner Ted Leonsis is approaching the equation from the other side. Leonsis’ long-in-the-works Monumental Sports Network, […]
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Commissioner Scott Butera says the Arena Football League is in "serious negotiations" with Ted Leonsis' Monumental Sports & Entertainment about bringing a team to Washington.
HBO's executive leadership seems locked on keeping access to the premium cable network exclusive to cable and satellite TV subscribers, the same isn't necessarily true for its HBO Go streaming service.
As long as Dan Snyder is around Washington, Wizards and Capitals owner Ted Leonsis won't ever be the city's most thin-skinned sports owner. But with his Caps and Wizards turning in disappointing and horrifying seasons, respectively,...
ESPN fired a preemptive shot at any cable or satellite providers looking to break the cable bundle model. On Monday, they filed suit against Verizon in the New York State Court because of the new package, which offers ESPN in a sepa...