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  • Capsule: South Florida At UConn Men

    Site: XL Center Time: Noon, Sunday TV: CBS Sports Network (Rich Walz, Pete Gillen) Radio: WTIC AM-1080, WILI-AM 1400, WELI-AM 960, WGCH-AM 1490 (Joe D'Ambrosio, Wayne Norman) Series history: UConn,13-2 Last meeting: UConn, 58-44, Jan. 6, Tampa, Fla....
  • Bidding war between networks, sports leagues will increase price of cable TV

    Cable TV is about to get more expensive for millions of consumers because of a bidding war between networks and the country's most powerful sports leagues. Time Warner Cable, Cablevision and scores of rural cable providers are tacking on sports...
  • On The Fly: Note To NFL: Please Rule On Deflategate

    On The Fly: Note To NFL: Please Rule On Deflategate
    OK, we are not going to talk about deflated footballs here. That's just silly. Yes, it's a rule. Yes, Coach Hoodie has cheated in the past. Yes, yes, yes. The NFL needs to issue a ruling — suspend somebody, fine them, do something, please —...
  • Debate brews over whether NBC's Brian Williams can survive controversy

    A vigorous debate over Brian Williams' future is brewing as "NBC Nightly News" aired Monday without the decade-long anchor. Some critics suggest that Williams, who apologized last week for falsely claiming that he was in a helicopter that had been hit by...
  • NFL's modern-day gladiators pay the price as the crowd roars

    NFL's modern-day gladiators pay the price as the crowd roars
    On a cloudless, gentle Sunday afternoon in America's newest football palace, fans gathered on a patio behind the San Francisco 49ers bench to compare jewelry and sip margaritas. Ten yards away, helmets collided with a sickening thwack and a giant body...
  • Debate brews over whether NBC's Brian Williams can survive controversy

    Debate brews over whether NBC's Brian Williams can survive controversy
    A vigorous debate over Brian Williams' future is brewing as "NBC Nightly News" aired Monday without the decade-long anchor. Some critics suggest that Williams, who apologized last week for falsely claiming that he was in helicopter that had been hit...
  • NBC's 'Blacklist' move creates drama over Thursday lineup

    NBC's 'Blacklist' move creates drama over Thursday lineup
    The reconstruction of NBC's Thursday night lineup begins with the kickoff on Super Bowl Sunday. The Peacock has as much at stake in the telecast of the big game on Feb. 1 as do the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots. NBC is relocating its most...
  • SpongeBob online? Nickelodeon to offer Internet subscription

    SpongeBob online? Nickelodeon to offer Internet subscription
    SpongeBob fans rejoice: Nickelodeon is the latest cable channel to plan a stand-alone Internet offering. What's not yet known is whether this offering will be the same channel as what cable and satellite TV subscribers now get. It's possible the service...
  • GLAAD Media Award nominees include 'Transparent,' 'Game of Thrones,' 'Looking'

    GLAAD Media Award nominees include 'Transparent,' 'Game of Thrones,' 'Looking'
    "Transparent" keeps on racking up the accolades. The freshly crowned Golden Globe winner is among the television nominees for the 26th GLAAD Media Awards, announced Wednesday. Other programs nominated for the awards, which "recognize and honor media...
  • Cubs radio job draws hundreds of pros ... and fans

    Cubs radio job draws hundreds of pros ... and fans
    A dream job proved that some Cubs fans are huge dreamers. WBBM-AM 780, the new radio outlet for the Cubs, has been actively looking to hire a third person to join Pat Hughes and Ron Coomer on the game broadcasts. A decision is expected shortly on who...
  • Brian Williams' fib

    Brian Williams' fib
    Back during the Vietnam War, CBS news anchorman Walter Cronkite was judged in the polls to be "the most trusted man in America" for his straightforward nightly reports. When he went to Vietnam and returned saying the war was "mired in stalemate," it was...