Roku’s popular media players will be getting a refresh later this fall, according to a new report, as well as a rebranding which will see the device models renamed from those sporting numerical characters (e.g. Roku 1, Roku 2, Roku 3, Roku 4) to names like “Premiere,” “Ultra,” “Express,” and others. It appears that select devices will also receive… Read More
It’s all to evident Hillary has been running a pay to play scheme, but the media refuses to show outrage – therefor nothing to see hear... This post Cha-Ching Machine appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
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
The revelation of a Philadelphia sports talk radio show creating a fake black caller “Dwayne from Swedesboro” continues to have repercussions for 97.5 The Fanatic. As reported by the Philadelphia Inquirer‘s Rob Tornoe, three station employees who were involved in the charade have been suspended by Greater Media. Show More Summary
Boxing’s Two Best Pound-For-Pound Fighters and two of the sport’s biggest stars, Unified Middleweight World Champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin, (35-0, 32KO’s) and WBC Flyweight World Champion [...] The post Quotes: “GGG” & “Chocolatito” Los Angeles media workouts appeared first on Boxing News 24.
The headlines of the day usually force MMA media to emphasize the bad actors of the sport. So what a breath of fresh air it is, then, when coverage can turn to MMA's good guys. These humble, respectful, charitable men and women don't get nearly the attention for being good that the bad apples get for being bad. Show More Summary
on January 23, 2015 in Miramar, Florida." style="display: block; margin-bottom: 5px; clear:both;" /> In an attempt to compete with sports media and dlgital ESPN, two sports media giants are coming together on a new advertising and editorial agreement. Show More Summary
National college football writer Matt Murschel and sports online manager Brant Parsons make their weekly college football picks and answer your questions live. Watch Wednesday at 3:30 p.m.
With the 2016 Summer Olympics now a memory, it's time to look back at how Americans took in all that sports coverage. How we watched the Rio games can tell us a lot about the current state of media and technology and give us a insights on trends in mobile device adoption and cord-cutting. What one research provider found about our […]
Much like Santiago, struggling to bring his heavily-damaged prize into shore, before being torn to shreds by predators watching to see how large and vulnerable his doomed catch has become, the liberal sports media is working overtime...Show More Summary
After building its portfolio in partnerships with ESPN, the NHL and PGA Tour, in addition to powering streaming content for HBO Now, The Blaze, and WWE Network, MLB Advanced Media’s BAMTech is expanding its digital footprint into college sports. Show More Summary
Long-time Detroit sports media figure Terry Foster is facing some health challenges. The 57-year-old Foster, who had a multi-decade career in print journalism with The Detroit Free Press and then The Detroit News, has been a regularShow More Summary
Silver Chalice Ventures (SCV) has become an investment partner in BAMTech, the spin-off company created by MLB Advanced Media. The deal will see collegiate sports content streamed to mobile and connected devices.
This week Real Sports will be doing a feature on female sports media personalities and the sexism that they still face in the industry, even in 2016. HBO released an eye-opening clip this weekend that will be sure to draw more attention to the issue. Show More Summary
As the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Rio de Janeiro is set to announce its final decision on the participation of Russian paralympians in the Rio Paralympics, Russian media launches a nationwide support campaign; meanwhile the athletes reveal how sport has given them a second life.
nissan’s futuristic bladeglider prototype has garnered plenty of media coverage and it seems the japanese giant is looking favourably towards a production version by 2020. according to nissan europe’s electric car chief gareth dunsmore, the tipping point for the production go-ahead will arrive when market demand is sufficient. Show More Summary
The sports media world has been buzzing over the last couple of days over the New York Daily News report that the NFL put the kibosh on Mike Tirico calling Thursday Night Football on NBC. After the NFL issued a statement over the whole...Show More Summary
The BBC may have brought you the big names during the Olympics, but social media is buzzing with small sports achievers.
Not surprisingly, the Crimson Tide are still media voters’ top team. Alabama is ranked No. 1 in the college football season’s first edition of the AP Top 25, the sport’s longest-running human poll. Clemson, Oklahoma, Florida State and LSU round out the top five. Show More Summary
The Rio Olympics come to the finish line. The Rio Olympics have come to their end. Sunday is the final day of competition at these Summer Games, and then thousands of athletes, coaches, fans, workers, organizers and media members who descended on Brazil this month will pack up and leave. Show More Summary