Microsoft really wants to make a big deal out of competitive Halo 5 gaming, and it's taking an unusual route to get there. The company's 343 Industries and Electronic Sports League have reached a deal with Pilgrim Media Group to create an eSports-focused reality TV series. Show More Summary
CEO Jim Bankoff helped grow a group of sports blogs into a multimillion-dollar media company.
Formula 1 teams have welcomed the takeover of the sport's commercial arm by US group Liberty Media.
After presiding over what NBC Sports called the biggest media event in U.S. history, Seth Winter is stepping down next month as NBC Sports Group ad sales chief. The evp of ad sales for NBC Sports will stay with the company as an advisor...Show More Summary
Sports Illustrated has been making some big moves lately, including the launch of a “Tech and Media” vertical, Chris Stone’s ascension to group editorial director, their extensive web redesign, Jim Cavan’s hire as editor-in-chief of SI Group site Fansided.com, and SI’s content- and ad-sharing deal with Fox Sports. Show More Summary
A late July memo from USA Today Sports Media Group senior editor Steve Henson: Subject: Social Media sourcing rules Ahead of our conference call today at 2:30 p.m. ET/11:30 a.m. PT, here are bullet points on USAT social media sourcing rules. These apply to all O&Os [all USA Today Network properties]: Two-source rule. While … Read More
Wasserman Media Group, the fourth most valuable sports agency, has acquired the fifth most valuable sports agency Mondial Promotion, which adds $1 billion of soccer contracts under management for Wasserman.
The president of the Bill Simmons Media Group, Eric Weinberger, talks about Simmons' plan to own the sports media landscape without enjoying the benefit of ESPN's publicity machine.
Reports are swirling that the Fertitta brothers are no longer the proud owners of the UFC... but TMZ Sports has learned it's just not true. According to reports, WME talent agency, along with a Chinese media org and a group led by Robert Kraft…
This week in sports law: Maria Sharapova suspension, Biggest Loser trademark battle, Darren McFadden sues advisor, Gawker Media Group goes into bankruptcy, and more.
The latest media hirings and firings.
Prominent music lawyer Ronald S. "Ron" Bienstock, a partner in Scarinci Hollenbeck and co-chair of both the firm's Entertainment, Media and Sports Group, and its Intellectual Property Group, has been announced as a presenter at this year's National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) conference. Bienstock will lead two roundtables at...
The partnership of AT&T and the Chernin Group, collectively known as Otter Media, is set to launch a video subscription service offering anime, gaming and sports content, according to a new report SEE ALSO: Fullscreen announces rebrand,...Show More Summary
Much like competing in sports or participating in group activities, sleepovers are a pivotal part of a young person's development. Young girls especially, live for them. Thank's to someone perusing Yik Yak, (OMG, remember Yik Yak?!), here we have a woman telling the epic story of how she overthrew the most popular girl in her 4th…
Sports journalist Bomani Jones caused a social media uproar Thursday after guest-hosting ESPN's Mike & Mike while wearing a T-shirt that mocked the practice of American sports teams using ethnic groups as mascots. Jones' shirt was like...Show More Summary
World leaders, aides and families, sports and movie stars are among those named in a huge leak of documents dubbed the Panama Papers, some of which reveal hidden offshore assets.An investigation by more than 100 media groups has shone...Show More Summary
“Miramax, one of Hollywood’s best-known independent film and television labels, was acquired by the beIN Media Group, a sports and media company headed by the Qatari executive Nasser Al-Khelaifi.”
The famed indie studio was bought for an undisclosed amount by beIN, a company formed in the spinoff of Al Jazeera’s sports unit.
Formula One preseason testing starts in Spain on Monday, but before the craziness of the new season begins, we caught up with a group of F1 journalists to get some insight on their jobs and their views on the state of the sport (as well...Show More Summary
The group behind the Kodi media player used by millions to watch movies, TV shows and live sports say they are sick of being linked to piracy. Those using the Kodi name to promote infringing activity in future face action for trademark abuse but it won't be a battle easily won. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.