What good is enhanced access for TV broadcasts or the star power of Coach Prime if those game telecasts aren't seen?
During the hours after the Tennessee Titans posted their schedule release video, Twitter felt fun again.
"This debate is about how much intent matters when you do something deemed offensive and what punishment fits the crime."
Pick your metaphorical role: ringleader, conductor, traffic cop, point guard, quarterback, catcher, etc.
Unless your job is to trap animals such as possums, working with one getting comfortable behind a wall in your workspace is unacceptable.
Is there really a suitable home for a program offering content fans can find at nearly any place else on TV and the internet?
If several RSNs shut down, baseball radio broadcasts could become more important than ever.
The potential for Twitter chaos after April 1 is looming.
How many fans would have to buy a $20/month package to equal $60 million/year in local TV revenue?
Picture ESPN taking Stephen A. Smith off the air because of a social media post and the First Take crew walking off the show in protest.