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All Rise: Skip Bayless Could Star In Solo Courtroom Debate Show

Skip Bayless could start in a “Judge Judy”-like courtroom show on FS1 where he sits in judgement on sports debates.

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John Skipper’s Meadowlark in Talks with Wasserman, DraftKings

John Skipper and Dan Le Batard’s Meadowlark Media are in talks for possible financing with Wasserman and DraftKings, said sources.

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Fox’s Shannon Sharpe Poised To Hit TV Free Agency This Summer

Shannon Sharpe is poised to become a free agent at Fox Sports. Will Fox pay the TV star as much as his co-host Skip Bayless?

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NBC May Have to Pay Through the Nose to Keep ‘Sunday Night Football’

NBC has paid the least but gotten the most with NFL TV rights. Now it may have to pay the largest increase to retain ‘Sunday Night Football.’

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NFL Wants Networks to Double Payments for Broadcast Rights

Disney has paid $1.9 billion each year for Monday Night Football since 2011, and rejected a $3.8 billion annual price tag starting in 2022.

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Sports Media Embraces Paywall Trend

Sports journalism outlets have followed traditional media in putting up paywalls for their online content.

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WBB Tournament To Be Aired On National TV

On Feb. 15, the NCAA DI Women’s Basketball Committee revealed its first 16 selections for the 2021 tournament, which tips off March 21 from San Antonio. The four No. 1 […]

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Golf Superstar Phil Mickelson Could Shoot For TV Stardom Next

Phil Mickelson’s representatives have held exploratory talks with TV Networks about ‘Lefty’ possibly becoming the next great golf analyst.

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Q&A: Jason Whitlock on OutKick Fallout, Media’s Aversion to the Truth

The controversial figure opens up on his contentious departure from Clay Travis’ OutKick, and where he could be headed next.

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Pickleball's Surge Expected to Continue

With more than 3.5 million players across America, pickleball’s popularity is picking up considerably.

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