10 Million Page Views ! ! !
At about 10:30 p.m..m. ET on Thursday, May 31, 2012, “Hot Off The Press” (including both its first and second incarnations) hit 10,000,000 page views.
Special kudos go to long-time...
Cable TV networks feel pressure of programming costs
By Meg James, Los Angeles Times, December 8, 2011
Call it a cable squeeze play.
Cable television networks may be the most lucrative divisions of many...
The Super Bowl Gets Its (Material) Girl:
Madonna to Perform at Halftime Show
By Dave Itzkoff, The New York Times, in the “Arts Beat” blog, December 5, 2011
Having been burned in the past by...
Another jackpot for NFL
TV renewals near; rights fees expected to jump at least 60%
By Daniel Kaplan & John Ourand, Sports Business Journal Staff Writers December 5, 2011
The NFL is about to hit pay...
Report: NFL's new TV deals will pay $24 billion
By Tom Weir, USA TODAY December 5, 2011
SportsBusinessDaily.com says the NFL is about to prove that the rich get richer, and then some.
The website says the...
NFL Network and Time Warner Continue to Spar
By Richard Sandomir, The New York Times, October 4, 2011
Karen Waldkirch, a freelance writer in Wauwatosa, Wis., owns shares in the Green Bay Packers and buys season...
Eight Million Page Views ! ! !
At about 1:30 a.m. ET today, September 26, 2011, Hot Off The Press (including both its first and second incarnations) hit 8,000,000 page views.
Special kudos go to long-time - and prolific --...
Originally Posted by keenan
While I think it's going to be tough for MLB to prevent the sale of the rights I hope they prevail as myself and every other Dodger fan in the world wants McCourt gone.
Short of that, it will be a...