Of the nine most-watched games on NBCSN entering this week, the Capitals were in the top four spots, and the Hawks were in four of the next five.
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On-course interviews provide another way for the PGA to promote its players and grow its game. More players should participate than not.
People are watching basketball games on 50-plus-inch televisions, yet they’re looking at a score bug the size of the space bar on a keyboard.
If distributing Marquee is the Cubs’ biggest challenge, creating content will be close behind. They’ll have a lot of time to fill.
Pat Hughes, who has been the Cubs’ radio voice since 1996, will remain in the booth for years to come.
With the Cubs heading out on their own to start a new network, the Hawks, Bulls and Sox will return to NBC Sports Chicago next year, a source said.
The Hawks will take viewers behind the scenes in “Road to the NHL Winter Classic” on NBCSN. The first of three episodes is at 10:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Having access is at the fulcrum of the Hawks’ multimedia efforts, and it extends to the locker room. The players are more than willing to participate.
While the NFL is leaning toward offense, Tafoya said defense still can rule the day. She points to Donald and Mack being in discussion for league MVP.
If you took in the Michigan-Ohio State game last Saturday, you know what you’re going to hear this Saturday: undying love for Urban Meyer.
“John Madden used to say this, and I’ve bought in wholeheartedly,” Gaudelli said. “The NFL is at its best when the Bears are good.”
Once the shock of former Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville’s firing faded, I pondered his future. Naturally, my first thought turned to broadcasting.
As with many college alumni, Dave Eanet’s allegiance to his alma mater is strong. But Eanet’s might be stronger than others’.
Dave Wannstedt could have his own television channel. That’s how packed his weeks are as a football analyst.
For the 30 million cord-cutters in the U.S. – a number that’s expected to grow to 65 million next year – Stadium is their only option for 24/7 sports.