Indoor Football League Partners With Youtube

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The Indoor Football League (IFL) announced on Tuesday that they have partnered with YouTube. Each game will be streamed live on YouTube. YouTube will be the home of live games, on-demand full replays, highlights from across the league, “And more,” for free. The news comes after the previous broadcasting system required a payment of $110 […] READ MORE


ESPN Launching Pro Wrestling Section

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Last October I wrote about WWE and ESPN’s partnership; one that featured live coverage of WWE Summerslam and weekly guest spots. Less than one year later, the companies have developed the relationship even further. The world wide leader, ESPN announced that there will now be a WWE subsection on their main site. In March on this year, […] READ MORE





2016 ESPYS Snubbed a NASCAR Legend for the Icon Award

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Over the course of their careers, Peyton Manning, Abby Wambach, and Kobe Bryant transcended their respective sports. They exuded greatness, overcame adversity, and became role models of their sports. However, the 2016 ESPYS snubbed a NASCAR legend for the Icon Award. 23-year veteran of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and recently retired Jeff Gordon‘s name was not called. This […] READ MORE


Big 10 Broadcasting Revenue set to Triple

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Thanks to ESPN, Big 10 broadcasting revenue is on the verge of becoming ridiculously lucrative. Big 10 Broadcasting Revenue set to Triple Sports Business Journal reported Monday morning that ESPN agreed to keep its half of the conference’s broadcasting rights. Fox owns the other half. It only gets sweeter for the Big 10, however. CBS […] READ MORE


NFL TV Ratings Killing It Again

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While the National Football League is beguiled by Congressional reports and lawsuits, none of that seems to be affecting its popularity on television. The Nielsen Company has closed the books on the 2015-16 television season, and the numbers for NFL TV couldn’t be much better. In terms of total average viewers, programming involving the NFL claimed […] READ MORE


Big 10 Spring Meetings Foretell more Doom for ESPN

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As the annual Big 10 spring meetings wrapped up on Wednesday, there were no earth-shattering announcements of policy changes on student-athlete time demands or speculation on how the conference might potentially handle men’s basketball transfer requests in the future. The most interesting comments were in regards to the expiring media rights deal with ESPN. Matt […] READ MORE