Whether we like it or not, Sunday may have given us a glimpse into the future of televised sports.CBS showed some classic March Madness games over the weekend to help viewers get their Basketball Jones, but as great as those games were
From NBA2K to eNASCAR, e-sports are setting viewership records, as the big leagues are sidelined during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sports are on hold indefinitely, and while some sports channels are airing old games to fill the void, watching a football game from 2012 just doesn’t feel the same as tuning in to see your favorite team compete live.
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With sports on indefinite pause talk show hosts and columnists are faced with the choice: dip into the real world, or talk about sports, even though no games are being played.
Sports psychologist Andrew Yellen says parent and their teenage athletes should find new projects and activities as well as give each other space.
It’s a question that obviously looms large for networks like ESPN but also for brands that are interested in reaching sports fans. Some recent data offers clues.
Editors at Sports Illustrated had just nearly put the magazine to bed when Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert announced he tested positive for COVID-19 on March 11. From there, the game that pitted Gobert's team against the Oklahoma City Thunder was postponed and, soon after, the NBA suspended its 2019-2020 season indefinitely. Suddenly, SI's upcoming
Sports networks grappling with widespread cancellations and postponements of not just games but entire seasons used this past week to frenetically prep schedules leaning heavily on new or expanded studio talk shows, rebroadcasts of earlier matchups and library content, if they’re lucky enough to have to have it. Networks and leagues said they’re deep in [
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