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  • LeBron lifts media blackout to call Chris Paul

    LeBron James lifted his personal media boycott during the playoffs to phone a friend. Cleveland's superstar does everything he can to block out distractions during the postseason: turning off his cellphone, avoiding Twitter and watching NBA games only...
  • Twitter says it disabled dozens of illegal Mayweather-Pacquiao streams

    Twitter says it disabled dozens of illegal Mayweather-Pacquiao streams
    Two days after appearing to revel in its streaming app’s usage during the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, Twitter said Monday it respected intellectual property rights and disabled dozens of illegal streams of Saturday’s marquee boxing match....
  • Meerkat broadcasting app adds a Facebook connection

    Meerkat broadcasting app adds a Facebook connection
    Smartphone-video broadcasting app Meerkat has added several new features that could help it regain footing after being outshined by competitor Periscope over the last month. Meerkat and Periscope are among apps that stream smartphone video to people...
  • Cable, pay-per-view problems leave viewers fighting mad

    For some boxing fans, the big fight Saturday night turned out to be between them and their cable companies. Strong pay-per-view demand for the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight in Las Vegas caused problems for cable and satellite systems,...
  • Stocks end higher, bouncing back from a drop the day before

    The stock market bounced back on Friday as investors picked up companies that had dropped earlier in the week. Major indexes recovered nearly all their losses from a fall the day before. "It's an odd day in the markets," said Jack Ablin, chief investment...
  • When sports trash talk becomes a firing offense

    When sports trash talk becomes a firing offense
    Stick a fork in us. We are done. Political correctness has finally corrupted rational thought and common sense to the point that garden variety sports trash talk is a firing offense. Consider the case of Chad Shanks. He was hired to grow the Houston...
  • Cowboys' Hardy criticized on Twitter over 9/11-related joke

    Dallas defensive end Greg Hardy, who is facing a 10-game suspension for his role in a domestic violence case, stirred criticism Friday night with a joking reference on Twitter to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Hardy was responding to a fan of his former...
  • LinkedIn joins Twitter in post-earnings tumble

    Dumping social media stocks that show any sign of weakness is trending on Wall Street. Shares of LinkedIn Corp. plunged 21 percent in after-hours trading Thursday after the professional networking service gave a disappointing outlook for the second...
  • Cleveland mayor: Director chided for tweet on city burning

    The head of Cleveland's Community Relations Board has been reprimanded for sending a tweet asking whether people think the city "should be burned down," an apparent reference to concerns about the outcome of a police officer's trial in the death of two...
  • Don't strike out with your social media pitch

    Don't strike out with your social media pitch
    Hitting a home run with your pitches takes practice, but you have to start somewhere. Here are my best tips for pitching journalists, myself included. Don't send what's called Twitter spam. Some people are unfamiliar with the term and take great offense...
  • Downey Jr.'s Inarritu comments intended as 'complimentary'

    Robert Downey Jr. intended to be complimentary with a statement about Mexican-born director Alejandro Inarritu that some have interpreted as racist, the actor's publicist said Wednesday. Inarritu, while promoting "Birdman" in October, likened superhero...