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ESPN Looks to ‘UNITE’ Late Night Viewers

According to Entertainment Weekly, ESPNU will launch a new 60-minute entertainment show geared towards the college-aged male fan on August 27th. Named “UNITE“, the new program will integrate social media into the normal sports viewing experience every weeknight at midnight. The launch-date smartly coincides with students return to campus and the beginning of the college […]

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Infographic: Live Sports Camera Positions and Responsibilities

Click to enlarge the Infographic and learn the standard camera positions for Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hockey, Horse Racing and Soccer, all of the major live sports productions! I first started working in sports as a Video Editor at CNN/Sports Illustrated and it instantly changed my view of the television world forever. Whether it was an […]

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Pac 12 Network: Biggest Winners

The easy answer is to say fans of the Pac-12 are the biggest winners, but it’s not that simple, the increased access will cost Pac-12 fans on their monthly cable bill. The real winner here could be ESPN. Fearful of ESPN’s near monopolistic dominance of sports programming, many media insiders and fans have long wished […]

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NFL Draft Boycott a Silly Idea

The NFL off-season under normal circumstances is a time of free-agent rumors and players complaining about their contracts. We’re used to it. This off-season rumors take on a new light as they surround the future of the on-field product as we know it. Rumors are by definition gossip, but if there is any truth to the reported NFLPA ‘boycott’ of the […]

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National Flip-Flopping Day

  This past Wednesday was National Letter of Intent day for college football. It has become a near national holiday to some and a huge money making business for others. Back in the 90s when I did sports talk radio, the industry consisted of newsletter subscriptions. Recruiting gurus such as Max Emfinger and Max Howell […]

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Note to Ron Franklin: It’s 2011

While many of us have been on vacation or at least taking it a bit easy, higher-ups at ESPN have had a tough couple of weeks. First there was the plagiarism incident with ESPNews Sportscaster Will Selva,  then to further complicate things College Football announcer Ron Franklin called sideline reporter Jeannine Edwards “sweet-baby” and “a-hole” prior to […]

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BCS Tickets Spell BS for True Fans

We are getting close to bowl season, and I can’t wait to talk about the 34 meaningless games to be played from Shreveport to San Diego. Good seats still available. Now if you are hoping to attend the one game that means something, good luck. Glendale, Arizona is the site of the BCS Championship game […]

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Best Gifts for the Football Fan in Your Life

Top Gifts for the Football Fan in your life, as voted on by the editors of Part 2 of a week long series, tomorrow will focus on Top Gifts for the Basketball Fan in your life. If your football fan cheers for the Patriots, well you’re off the hook,  they got their present last night.  Best Football Books Released […]

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Iron Bowl Scores Highest Ratings of the Season

Auburn’s thrilling 28-27 victory over defending National Champion Alabama scored the highest ratings of the College Football season acccording to CBS. The 75th Iron Bowl game achieved a 7.5 overnight rating, up 56% from 2009 and 200% from 2008. Traditional rivalry games are part of what makes College Football special, but this may be the first time […]

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Tim Tebow Effect Debunked

For those that worried the graduation of Tim Tebow would lead to declining ratings for The ‘SEC on CBS’, think again. Not only is the ‘SEC on CBS’ gaining it’s highest ratings over the last 11 years, it is also the highest rated football package across all networks. Through 4 weeks, the network is averaging […]

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