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Tennessee Football Recruiting: 4 Commitments This Week Have Vols Hot on Trail

Tennessee football coach Butch Jones may not be having as much success recruiting in the Volunteer State as he'd hoped in the 2017 cycle, but the rest of the prospects aren't noticing too much. With Thursday night's pledge of Mississippi...Show More Summary

UTennessee Football Recruiting: 4 Commitments This Week Have Vols Hot on Trail

Tennessee football coach Butch Jones may not be having as much success recruiting in the Volunteer State as he'd hoped in the 2017 cycle, but the rest of the prospects aren't noticing too much. With Thursday night's pledge of Mississippi...Show More Summary

James Brown is returning to Inside the NFL

The new Thursday Night Football schedule features CBS, NBC, and NFL Network (and don’t forget Twitter) sharing rights to broadcast or stream the games. The matrix of who’s broadcasting and who’s simulcasting the games each week probably...Show More Summary

Twitter will stream 150+ games from Pac-12 Networks’ digital broadcasts

It seems Twitter’s drive to become a home for sports streaming is continuing. Following their test run of streaming at Wimbledon and their deal to stream the NFL’s Thursday Night Football broadcasts this fall, the company is living up...Show More Summary

NBC hires Heather Cox as sideline reporter for Thursday Night Football

When NBC takes the Thursday Night Football baton from CBS in November, NBC will have a new employee holding a microphone on the sidelines. NBC announced on Wednesday that ESPN’s Heather Cox will join Thursday Night Football as the sideline reporter. She also will work periodically with the Golf Channel and other key events for NBC,…

Heather Cox leaves ESPN to join NBC as Thursday Night Football sideline reporter

She’s had some high profile assignments for ESPN as sideline reporter for ABC’s Saturday Night Football and on the NBA. Now she’s leaving for NBC where she will be the sideline reporter for Thursday Night Football and join her fellow former ESPN’er Mike Tirico who will call the games. Show More Summary

Cris Collinsworth’s son Jac to be part of NBC’s Olympic coverage

We all know about Cris Collinsworth’s work on NBC. He’s the analyst for Sunday Night Football and this season, Thursday Night Football. In addition to his NFL work, Collinsworth has been an Olympic correspondent for NBC in Beijing and in London. Show More Summary

Twitter reportedly in talks to live-stream NBA, MLS, more

As the cable TV bundle falls apart, the battle to stream sporting events  has a surprising early leader: Twitter. Three months after reaching an agreement with the NFL to stream 10 Thursday Night Football games this fall, Twitter is in talks with the NBA, MLS and Turner to acquire more streaming rights. Show More Summary

Twitter reportedly in talks with the NBA, MLS and Turner for more sports streaming

Twitter isn’t satisfied with streaming 10 Thursday Night Football games this upcoming NFL season. According to Recode, the social media network is also reportedly in talks with the NBA, Major League Soccer and cable television giant Turner about acquiring digital rights to stream more live sports. Show More Summary

Twitter Reportedly In Talks With The NBA, MLS, And Turner For More Live Sports Content

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After winning exclusive digital rights to stream 10 of the National Football League’s (NFL) Thursday Night Football games this fall, Twitter is reportedly in talks with several other sports leagues -- as well as their cable network partners...Show More Summary

James Brown wins prestigious Rozelle Radio-TV Award

Longtime broadcaster James Brown has been named the 2016 winner of the Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award. Brown currently hosts The NFL Today on CBS and CBS Thursday Night Football games. He has hosted eight Super Bowls and is a three-time Emmy Award winner. “JB is the gold standard of NFL studio hosts and the Pete…

Fall 2016 Premiere Dates For ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW

All of the networks have released their season premiere dates for fall 2016 and to help keep you organized we’ve consolidated all of these dates together. Thursday, September 8 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT Sunday Night Football/NFL kickoff (NBC) Sunday, September 11 7 p.m. ET/4 PT Football Night in America (NBC) 8:20 p.m. ET/5:20 PT […]

One Company to Sponsor ‘Thursday Night Football’ Halftime Show Across Three Networks

The halftime show for this season’s edition of “Thursday Night Football,” which will air on CBS, NBC and NFL Network at various points in the season, will be sponsored across all three networks by Lexus, Variety reports. CBS and NBC...

Here's How Twitter Aims to Sell $50 Million in Ads for NFL Livestreams

All eyes will be on Twitter this fall when the micro-blogging site livestreams 10 of the NFL's 16 Thursday Night Football games. It's a big move that could prove that Twitter is either indeed the go-to place for sports chatter or end...Show More Summary

Twitter Huddling With Potential Advertisers for Thursday Night NFL Streams

Training camps haven’t even opened yet, but Twitter’s efforts to capitalize on its $10 million investment to stream National Football League games are in midseason form.

CBS Takes Wraps Off Fall Schedule, Staggers Premieres Over Seven Weeks

CBS has released its prime-time schedule for fall, with premieres for the 2016-17 TV season staggered over a period of seven weeks. The premieres get under way with “Thursday Night Football” on Sept. 15 and run through Oct. 27, when...

CBS Fall 2016 Premiere Dates Announced

Thursday Night Football kicks things off on September 15 The post CBS Fall 2016 Premiere Dates Announced appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

CBS Sets Fall 2016 Premiere Dates Around Thursday Night Football

CBS is the latest network to reveal its Fall 2016 premiere schedule, with shows debuting over the course of six weeks. It kicks off with Thursday Night Football on September 15, but the scripted shows will begin Monday, September 19 with The Big Bang Theory and the new Kevin James sitcom Kevin Can Wait.

CBS Staggers Fall Premieres Over 7 Weeks, JonBenét Ramsey Mini Bows Against Emmys

Six-parter 'Case Closed' debuts on a difficult night, while many comedies hold until after 'Thursday Night Football.' read more

Dish Drops the NFL Network

“Dish Network Corp. has dropped the NFL Network, the National Football League-owned channel that has exclusive rights to eight Thursday night football games,” writes our good friend Joe Flint in the Wall St. Journal. Joe’s story continues, “The channel went...

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