It's always entertaining when Mark Cuban tries speaking truth to power. It's often empowering for fans. Lately, though, he's veered from his everyman appeal and started acting more like the power he is - billions of dollars worth - and sounding awfully rapacious. He's come out in favor of corporate logos on jerseys and now questions if the NBA is getting some financial benefit from its players in the Olympics. ...
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With the backing of some prominent media venture capital firms, NimbleTV is looking to start as a subscription TV service. It intends to bring ... Read the whole story
TV station execs continue to be angry that content and viewers are moving offline to digital sites. The CW, for example, now gets 25% ... Read the whole story