Political messages abound in this year’s Super Bowl ads.
Hurricane Maria is causing serious damage, but the media is failing to cover it.
#TakeTheKnee is taking professional football stadiums by storm.
After months of seemingly endless political tension in America, football fans looked to the Super Bowl for a break. Fox Broadcasting Company went into its programming with just that in mind. The network aimed to create a sense of unity by taking precautions to avoid
The Presidential election was a gift to news networks this year, which Fox News proved by bumping ESPN out of the top spot for most watched cable news network. Sports and politics share a language according to the BBC, and this the bubbling post-election atmosphere
Cutting the cord with cable has TV viewers turning to on-demand and live streaming video to get their cable content fix. Currently, according to Pew Research Center, “24 [percent] of Americans do not subscribe to cable or satellite TV in their homes.” When it’s broken
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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has been making headlines this past week for refusing to stand during the pre-game national anthem. While other national sports leagues, like the NBA, require participation in the national anthem, the NFL has clarified in a statement that “players