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The NFL Player’s Association is launching an accelerator to trade licensing rights for equity

Tech accelerators have been a hot topic over the past few years, especially within industries that have traditionally eschewed the world of startups and technology. Media companies, sports teams, and even the U.S government have opened their own accelerators. And now, The NFL Player’s Association (NFLPA) is joining the action. Show More Summary

NY Daily News' Lupica: Giuliani Lacks Temperament for Secretary of State

It’s open season on President-elect Trump’s cabinet nominees and potential nominees. Left-stream media are pouring it on, hoping to derail any and all of them. New York Daily News one-time/sometimes sports writer Mike Lupica is one, blitzing Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, a potential Trump pick for secretary of state. Show More Summary

Gary Neville defends Man United & a dodgy defender but Marouane Fellaini gets hung out to dry

Jose Mourinho & Marouane Fellaini By Benjamin Newman Monday, December 5th, 2016 08:17 Gary Neville on social media Man United old boy Gary Neville has been active on Twitter early on Monday morning, and the Sky Sports pundit is talking about the Red Devils. Having been in the box seat to record three points at […]

AA Weekly Recap: Schefter to the NBA, furloughs at One World Sports and Matt Millen’s self-awareness

It’s been another busy week in sports media. We’re here to recap the biggest news and events that took place and share some of our best work from the week that was. Without further adieu:  Watch: Matt Millen pokes fun at himself for his record in Detroit – Nov. Show More Summary

Paedophile well known, says ex-Chelsea star

3 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

London (AFP) – Ex-Chelsea football star Alan Hudson said it was “common knowledge” that a former scout at the club was a paedophile, media reported Saturday as an abuse scandal engulfing the sport deepens. His comments come after another...Show More Summary

Digital Offers: Take your media with you anywhere for $19.95

You have an iPhone in your pocket that can stream Netflix, watch sports live, and even download and play movies in HD in an instant, the only problem is you grew up on the cusp of the evolving digital world so a bunch of your favorite movies you already own on DVD. Show More Summary

Last chance to get your IGNITION tickets--find out what's next in sports, media, and tech

From Cleveland's crazy comeback in the NBA Finals to the Chicago Cubs' curse-shattering World Series win, this has been a whirlwind year in sports. What's next? As younger audience move away from television, how will sports viewership and fandoms change? To find out, don't miss IGNITION, Business Insider's flagship conference. Show More Summary

Last Month in Sportswriting: November’s best sports stories, from pinball to Porzingis

Here at Awful Announcing, and across the sports media world, we spent a lot of time talking about TV. And while TV is a fun and dynamic medium (and, more importantly, pays the bills) we sometimes forget the less-heralded heroes of sports media: the writers. Show More Summary

This Week In Hot Takes: Jim Harbaugh, “the Donald Trump of college football”

Welcome back to This Week In Hot Takes. We apologize for the tryptophan-induced absence last week; all the hot takes were instead fed into reheating Thanksgiving leftovers. Here’s a look at the hottest sports media takes from Nov. 25 to Dec. Show More Summary

Linky Friday #195: Pillars of Sand

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LISTEN: Sarah Spain compiled stories of sexual harassment faced by women in sports media

We all know on an intellectual level that sexual harassment happens, in sports media and all other industries, and that women attempting to break into male-dominated fields face all kind of challenges men can’t relate to. But even with...Show More Summary

Formula One's Most Valuable Teams

The sale of F1 to John Malone's Liberty Media made headlines the world over, but how the new investment and change in leadership will impact the sport's financial fortunes remains to be seen.

ESPN Still Bleeding Subs As 1.2mm People Ditch Service In Past 2 Months Alone

Last month we noted that ESPN lost 621,000 subscribers in the month of the October (see "ESPN Loses A Record 621,000 Subscribers In One Month"). Unfortunately, the sports media powerhouse can't seem to make the bleeding stop as evidenced by another 555,000 subscriber losses this month as reported by Nielsen. Show More Summary

'Halo 5' is getting an eSports reality TV show

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

Association ? Causation reminder on ‘racket sports reduce risk of death’ stories

In 2017 we will have a regular column highlighting media messages that should have listened to our frequent reminder: Association ? Causation. In other words, they fail to remind readers and listeners about the clear limitations of observational studies that cannot prove cause and effect. Yet they often use causal language to describe the results of such […]

ONE World Sports furloughs many employees, future uncertain

The news of ongoing drama with the NASL and the New York Cosmos may also have a media angle, as ONE World Sports (which broadcasts Cosmos and NASL games) seems to have put a lot of its employees on furlough. A source told Awful Announcing...Show More Summary

Al Horford Responds to Boston Media Who Had Issue With Him Missing Game For Birth of Daughter

You would think this would be understandable to some people, but there’s always a few who put sports over EVERYTHING. After signing a 4-year, $113 million deal with the Boston Celtics this summer, fans and even media members in the Boston area can be very harsh if you’re not living up to the money that […]

Anti-Gun Media Blows Load Early on Plan to Blame Gun Owners

Anti-gun media blows pre-meditated plan to blame gun owners for attack at Ohio State University.. This post Anti-Gun Media Blows Load Early on Plan to Blame Gun Owners appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

Mike Tirico’s ESPN to NBC switch is already one of the biggest sports media free agency moves ever

One of the biggest shocks of the sports media year was veteran play by play announcer Mike Tirico leaving ESPN after working over two decades for the self-proclaimed worldwide leader in sports and moving to NBC. Tirico had been suchShow More Summary

Dick’s Sporting Goods acquires mobile scorekeeping company GameChanger Media

Dick’s Sporting Goods is expanding its digital tools with the acquisition of GameChanger Media, the company behind the mobile scorekeeping app of the same name. A sporting goods company (with 675 locations across the United States) might...Show More Summary

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