The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament brings in more ad money and draws more eyeballs than the NFL playoffs and championship game combined.
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The network's approach to the Sochi games is a bit more 'TV' than 'everywhere,' with the free broadcast used to drive cable subscriptions and the online access that accompanies them.
Broadcaster Fox didn't like these 4 words: 'Sorry, Coke and Pepsi.'
It may sound trivial, but the on-demand video company is selling used content at an unsustainably low price.
With its array of media partnerships and potential for deals with mega-retailers like Amazon, some analysts expect Twitter’s shares to keep flying after this week’s IPO.
Both are expected to post growth. Analysts are also looking for strong results from Tesla Motors and Time Warner.
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The company complains after the son of Florida State's football coach is televised wearing -- gasp -- Under Armour.
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