With the NBA playoffs reaching their peak, Rachel Nichols and “The Jump” are ramping up coverage, bringing the latest news to the growing NBA community.
*This piece first appeared in the Front Office Sports Newsletter. Subscribe today and get the news before anyone else. During this year’s Western Conference Finals, you may have seen graphics that made you feel like you were playing an NBA 2K game instead of watching the Warriors sweep the Trail Blazers. Why? Because ESPN and Second Spectrum teamed up to deliver real-time AR graphics to provide viewers with advanced stats and engagement opportunities. What do you need to know? ‘ESPN Mode’, as it is called, […]
Growing up, Mike Yam didn’t see many broadcasters that looked like him, so he didn’t figure it was a career option. He hopes to help change that perception.
A 25-year NBA officiating veteran, Steve Javie has transitioned to ESPN, where he offers in-game analysis on referee rulings from the NBA Replay Center.
Golf Digest is set to embark on its third ownership transition in its nearly 70 years of operation and all signs point to growth under new owners.
With nine months to go until its first game, the XFL has locked in its lineup of broadcast partners for all 43 regular season games.
Fox will be cutting back the number of commercial breaks for the big game by one, having only four breaks per quarter instead of five.
Bundesliga Americas wants to grow its audience — and in turn, revenue — in North and South America, with long-term brand building initiatives.
Sports streaming platform DAZN and Uninterrupted begin boxing content collaboration with “40 Days” ahead of Saturday’s Canelo Alvarez-Daniel Jacobs fight.
With a two-hour slot every weekday, The Action Network looks to build its brand and audience with its sports betting and fantasy talk on SiriusXM.
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