Liberty reported that the team’s operating expenses were $37 million in the second quarter, down from $146 million in the same period last year.
Major League Baseball Deputy Commissioner Tony Petitti is leaving the league to become president of sports and entertainment at Activision Blizzard. Effective Aug. 17, Petitti will oversee esports, consumer products, […]
For the fourth straight year, the league has partnered with Twitter to stream games, which will include “alternative” analysts like LaChina Robinson and Ros Gold-Onwude.
Los Angeles-based entertainment and sports agency Creative Artists Agency has parted ways with two of its more prominent figures. CAA announced Aug. 5 that Co-Head of Television Nick Khan is […]
The Washington Team NFL owner is reportedly suing an Indian media company for allegedly accepting payment in exchange for publishing defamatory rumors about him.
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With HighlightHER, Arielle Chambers and Bleacher Report are using Instagram to bring women’s sports to the masses on a daily basis.
While non-alcoholic beer still makes up less than 2% of the overall beer segment, it’s one of the few bright spots in an otherwise flat and shrinking beer market.
WHOOP saw its user growth increase sevenfold year-over-year in March and has since experienced rises in new memberships and overall usage.
Fox is interested in possibly televising Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s XFL 3.0. But XFL brand has flopped twice and will have to overcome ‘stigma of failure.’
Despite its big-name buyer, XFL 3.0 will have a lot to overcome for a successful relaunch. The $15 million acquisition was approved on Aug. 7.
For American athletes and national governing bodies, there’s no government funding to help bridge the financial gap until the Tokyo Games.
The NWSL didn’t just successfully execute a bubble tournament that avoided a COVID-19 outbreak — they completed a record-breaking season, landing partners and smashing ratings with new broadcast deals.