News Corporation has acquired a 49 percent stake in the YES Network.
The animal is part of a family of foxes that had been terrorizing residents of Osage Street for weeks.
Every night at 8:30 p.m. one of the foxes takes a stroll down Osage Street in Ossining, but the fox is no friend of the hound in this town. In fact, it’s war.
Tribune Broadcasting said there’s been no settlement with DirecTV Inc. in their contract negotiations, which means DirecTV subscribers in 19 U.S. markets are losing access to certain programming.
The deals will also expand the number of Thursday night games on NFL Network, but the league has not determined how many additional contests will be aired.
The Wayne Township police department said they received four complaints yesterday from residents about a fox behaving “strangely.”
Green Bay’s victory over Pittsburgh in the Super Bowl has surpassed last year’s record-setting game in the Nielsen Co.’s preliminary ratings measurement of big cities.
Fox hoped its broadcast of Sunday’s clash between the Steelers and the Packers would be enough to overtake last year’s Super Bowl broadcast by CBS. Some 106.5 million tuned in last February, unseating the finale of “M-A-S-H” as the most-watched program ever.
Time Warner said it expects to complete a final deal within seven days.
Time Warner and Sinclair Broadcast Group were extending a deadline until January 14 to carry Sinclair stations on cable.
Time Warner Cable said customers will still be able to view major programming from ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox even if it can’t reach a deal with broadcaster Sinclair before their contract expires Friday at midnight.
What a disgusting, heart-wrenching performance by the Jets. How could this team – check that – any team put up such a pathetic offensive display as we saw on Sunday?
Game 3 earned the second-lowest television rating for a World Series game. The rating was down 26 percent from the 9.1 for Game 3 of last season’s Yankees-Phillies World Series.
A recent spate of TV blackouts and the lack of government intervention suggests that broadcasters have the upper hand over TV signal providers when it comes to negotiating fees.
Fox says it has reached an agreement with Cablevision that will restore programing to more than 3 million New York-area subscribers.