Wednesday, April 20, 2011
  • ESPN Rejects Gambling Sites, Poker Ads

    On the heels of federal indictments against three big Internet gambling companies, ESPN has removed all advertising and programming from its schedule temporarily, including … Read the whole story

  • The Trade Magazine That Wasn't, Sort Of

    First, let's begin by acknowledging that we, of all people, know how confusing it is to be a "trade" these days, but one of … Read the whole story

  • Internet-Connected TV Scores With Netflix Users

    Though more U.S. homes have Internet-connected TVs, watching online video on TV is still a small entertainment activity -- unless your name is Netflix. … Read the whole story

  • NBC, Versus Sign Long-Term Deal With NHL

    Comcast struck a deal to keep NHL broadcasts exclusively on NBC and Versus. It is NBCU's first sports rights deal since Comcast took over … Read the whole story

  • Tribune Shareholders That Sold To Zell Could Lose Billions

    Former Tribune shareholders that sold their stakes in the company to Sam Zell in 2007 now stand to lose billions from these payouts. It … Read the whole story

  • Conrad To Head New Univision Sports Net

    Moving ahead with plans to launch a Spanish-language sports cable network, Univision indicated that a former ESPN executive, Eric W. Conrad, would serve in … Read the whole story

  • Yahoo Partnership Propels Gannett Online Revs

    Gannett CEO Craig Dubow said this week the company's sales agreement with Yahoo is helping drive ad revenues at Web sites linked with many … Read the whole story