Surprisingly, the prosecution may rest as early as Friday in the state court prosecution of former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky.
The producer’s dismissal followed an internal investigation that led to NBC apologizing for having aired the audio.
In front of some 110 million viewers on NBC and uncounted others online, M.I.A. flipped the bird and appeared to sing, “I don’t give a (expletive)” at one point, though it was hard to hear her clearly.
If you’re expecting to be shocked by all the Super Bowl ads, don’t hold your breath: There won’t be many surprises.
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 state of Connecticut is lending $20 million to NBC Sports in a deal creating 450 jobs in the state as the sports entertainment company leaves New York.
NBC says the season opener of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” will deal with an Italian dignitary accused of rape.
The soon-to-be 65-year-old Emrick announced on Thursday that he is leaving MSG Network and the Devils, but will work a reduced schedule with his national contract for NBC and Versus.
Tiki Barber is at it again. In the same issue of Sports Illustrated that added fuel to Mets owner Fred Wilpon’s firestorm, the comeback-kid running back compares himself to one of the most renowned victims of the Holocaust.
The warning for months from union officials to NFL players has been simple: Save your paychecks because the future is uncertain. Another warning should come with it, and be passed along to Tiki Barber: Remember that nothing lasts forever.
Time Warner said it expects to complete a final deal within seven days.
The New York Jets’ last-second 17-16 victory over the Indianapolis Colts earned the highest rating since the NFL began airing prime-time wild card games in 2002.
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.
Speaking on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Bloomberg said in an interview broadcast Sunday that he would be sticking with the elected office he holds.