This is it– a battle two months in the making! The Final Four fought the good fight, and there are only two left standing. In another context they may be a Dynamic Duo, but as the Scots say, there can be only one. Voting was hot and feverish but knocked out in the Semi-Finals were […]
If North Carolina doesn't say goodbye to HB2, it could say goodbye to March Madness. The post NCAA Could Pull Tournament Games From North Carolina Because of Anti-LGBT Law appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Buffalo Wild Wings just reported a wildly disappointing first quarter with same-store sales down 1.7%. That despite the fact that the end of the football season and March Madness both occurred in the quarter. Now the company is hoping that a different type of sport can help bolster sales — soccer. Show More Summary
The Journal and Times features Trump's and Clinton's march toward the general election.
Semifinal time! Elite Eight eliminations now leaves us with the Comicmix April Armageddon 2016 Webcomic Tournament’s Final Four. Left to battle it out in this free for all frenzy is Erfworld, The Whiteboard, Girl Genius, and Unsounded. Which one of these fabulous competitors will be joining the ranks of previous winners like Shotgun Shuffle (2015), Paranatural […]
It’s Round 5, starring the Elite Eight of ComicMix’s April Armageddon 2015 Webcomic Tournament. Driving forces in webcomics standing toe to toe, going head to head. Being pitted against each other, fans standing together voting for their favorite until there is just one winner. Who will it be? Every survivor has chance at the brass […]
Back in March, Rocket League — the futuristic soccer game featuring cars instead of whining sacks of flesh — teased a new basketball mode that hoops fans pretty much went nuts over. March Madness is just around the corner. Great time...Show More Summary
Long after real March Madness has ended, CB Insight’s VC Series A dream team bracket is just getting interesting. We are down to eight firms with some tough matchups. Watch below as I alienate more friends in the industry by making my picks...
Last week’s story of security company Wandera accusing CBS Sports of a March Madness data leak, with CBS strongly denying it and suggesting Wandera was self-promoting, has seen some further interesting developments. To recap, Wandera...Show More Summary
March Madness is over, but the competition in our Best Android Phones rankings is heating up. Last month there was a big shake-up at the top. Now the LG G5 is here to shake things up again.
Well, that was annoying. Due to a bunch of fires all happening at the same time, the start of the Sweet 16 round of the April Armageddon was delayed… but now we are down to the best of the best battling to see who will be the winner and bring home the bragging rights for […]
There’s a whole lot to parse out when it comes to this CNBC story about a supposed data leak on the CBS app during March Madness, but essentially, it appears to come down to a he said, he said story, and one where it’s hard to evaluate who’s right. Show More Summary
Off of the excitement of Kris Jenkins' stunning three point buzzer-beater in last week's NCAA Championship game for Villanova, the media giants behind March Madness have saddled up and decided to extend their arrangement for a handsome bottom line.
The TV everywhere model is working for March Madness.
Turner Sports and CBS will continue to host coverage of the NCAA tournament, announcing an eight-year extension through 2032 on Tuesday. NCAA President Mark Emmert said the following in the release, per NCAA.org: The extension of our...Show More Summary
The NCAA has re-upped with CBS and Turner for coverage of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, known as “March Madness.” The new eight-year extension, which carries a total rights fee of $8.8 billion, covers TV, digital and marketing...
A billion dollars that they're not using to pay college athletes. (Although they'll tell you it's for the kids.) The NCAA Tournament will be broadcast on CBS/Turner through 2032. The companies signed an eight-year, $8.8 billion extension...Show More Summary
For CBS and Turner, March Madness just got a “bit” more expensive.
CBS has aired the NCAA Tournament since 1982, and today, along with Turner, it just ensured its partnership with the NCAA will reach beyond a fifth decade. CBS and Turner have extended their rights deal that covers television and digital for March Madness through 2032, adding eight years to the current pact, which was to expire in 2024. Show More Summary
College basketball ratings took a substantial hit in both the regular season and the NCAA tournament this year, but March Madness broadcasters CBS and Turner seem bullish on the sport, announcing Tuesday that they’d signed an eight-year,...Show More Summary