Sports TV

Red Sox-Yankees to open with night game in London

Dec 14, 2018

The World Series champion Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees will open Major League Baseball's first series in Britain with a night game and conclude the next day in the afternoon

Paul Zimmerman, longtime NFL writer, dies at 86

Nov 2, 2018

Paul Zimmerman, the longtime Sports Illustrated NFL writer known as "Dr

World Series ratings sharply down from last year

Oct 30, 2018

The World Series between the Red Sox and Dodgers averages 14.1 million viewers

The Latest: Pederson leads off as LA gets lefties in lineup

Oct 26, 2018

Joc Pederson will return to the top of the Dodgers' batting order in Game 3 as manager Dave Roberts restores some left-handed pop to what had been a one-sided lineup

A-League to ask FIFA for stadium, TV broadcasts of VAR

Oct 24, 2018

Australia's A-League is hoping FIFA will allow video-assisted referee (VAR) decisions to be shown on television broadcasts and on stadium video boards so that contentious calls don't seem like a "silent movie."

CBS is the week's top TV network, but faces more competition

Oct 23, 2018

CBS was television's most popular network last week, but that status is no longer the slam-dunk that it has been for the last decade and a half.

Desmond, Flanagan, Graney on Frick Award ballot

Oct 22, 2018

Former New York Yankees and Giants and Brooklyn Dodgers broadcaster Connie Desmond is among eight candidates for the Hall of Fame's 2019 Ford Frick Award for excellence in baseball broadcasting

Unhappy Bayern Munich lashes out against media coverage

Oct 19, 2018

Leading figures at German champion Bayern Munich hit out angrily against the media for its reporting of the club's recent loss of form, even threatening to take legal action if necessary

Trump's '60 Minutes' interview lags behind Stormy Daniels'

Oct 16, 2018

President Trump's '60 Minutes' interview gets just over half the audience that Stormy Daniels received on the newmagazine last spring

Justice watchdog: FBI official accepted reporter's tickets

Oct 16, 2018

The Justice Department's inspector general says a senior FBI official accepted two tickets to a sports event from a television news correspondent who regularly covered the bureau

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