Recent Posts tagged with broadband

NBA Digital’s Perez on Cord Cutting: Adapt or ‘Risk Losing an Entire Generation of Fans’

Cord cutting. Few phrases raise as much controversy in today’s media landscape. A new study seems to arrive daily detailing whether consumers are discontinuing their cable or satellite service in favor of broadband and mobile options — each study conflicting with the findings of the previous one. Even live sports, which many believe to be […]  More

NeuLion Leads UFC Into World of Broadband

In a move targeting mixed martial arts’ ultra-passionate fan base, promoter UFC has unveiled a highly interactive streaming service for live pay-per-view events. The NeuLion-designed PPV service, which debuted with UFC 126: Silva vs. Belfort on Feb. 5, allows fans to watch fights live online at www.ufc.tv. Viewers can see the fight from six camera […]  More

Inside ESPN’s Landmark Texas Longhorns Network

ESPN and the University of Texas wrote a new chapter in the history of college sports media this week, officially announcing a joint venture with IMG College to launch a 24-hour Longhorns network. The school-specific linear network will be the first of its kind and is part of a landmark 20-year, $300 million agreement that […]  More

“NBCOlympics.com on MSN” Winning Digital Gold

According to data from comScore, from Feb. 15-21, “NBCOlympics.com on MSN” has generated more than 706 million page views, 600 million more and 587 percent more than its nearest competitor, Yahoo’s Olympic site (103 million page views). Visitors to NBCOlympics.com also spend more time on the site and view more pages than visitors to Yahoo’s […]  More

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