national hockey league nhl colorado avalanche
SPORTS July 11, 2024
News and notes on the Diamond Sports crying rooms.
jeff shell
SPORTS July 8, 2024
CBS Sports executives are optimistic about the new Ellison-RedBird deal for Paramount. Not only is the endless deal process finally over, but president Jeff Shell “has a history of using sports content as a way to drive the core business,” as one person put it.
nfl bryce young
SPORTS July 1, 2024
Alas, the league’s $15 billion antitrust bill is just the beginning for a sports media rights reckoning a decade in the making.
college basketball big east tournament
SPORTS June 27, 2024
The inside story of how NBC and WBD negotiated with Fox to land Big East basketball. In the modern sports media business, one company’s “nice-to-have” content is another’s “need to have” package.

stephen a. smith
SPORTS June 24, 2024
ESPN’s biggest star doesn’t simply covet McAfeebucks—he also wants a McAfee-style deal structure that would pay him out like he’s running his own production company. What should Pitaro do?
Stephen A. Smith
SPORTS June 20, 2024
ESPN and Pitaro have put an $18 million-per-year offer in front of their generational star. It’s an insane amount of dough for a TV personality… but it still might not be enough.
Jimmy Pitaro
SPORTS June 17, 2024
Fifteen months out from the launch of ESPN’s new streaming property, dubbed internally as Project Flagship, questions are mounting alongside expectations.
Formula E prix
SPORTS June 13, 2024
The ageless mogul’s decision to take a controlling position in Formula E suggests that he’s looking to re-create the magic he found in its sister racing sport.

Cathy Engelbert wnba
SPORTS June 10, 2024
A very candid chat with Cathy Engelbert, the former Deloitte C.E.O. who became the commissioner of the WNBA in 2019.
adam silver
SPORTS June 6, 2024
The NBA is closing in on a whopping $76 billion for its media rights packages, partly because there won’t be anything else to buy for a very, very long time.
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