Tag: television

In 2025, after 16 seasons with NBC, IndyCar relocates to Fox Sports, joining the Daytona 500 and Indy 500.

Fox Sports made a major announcement on Thursday, revealing that they have secured the rights to broadcast IndyCar starting in 2025. This move solidifies their position as the go-to network for motorsports, as they already broadcast NASCAR’s Daytona 500 and the first half of the NASCAR schedule. The terms of the deal between IndyCar and […]

Top Picks for Streaming This Week: ‘House of the Dragon,’ ‘Origin,’ Snoopy, and Paul McCartney

Get ready to be entertained with a new wave of television shows, movies, music, and games that are set to hit your screens. From the thought-provoking adaptation of Isabel Wilkerson’s bestseller, “Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents,” titled “Origin,” to the heartening documentary “Brats” that reunites Brat Pack alum, there is something for everyone to […]

The key ingredients in Netflix’s successful recipe: a touch of ‘secret sauce’ and a dash of Silicon Valley savvy

Netflix: Silicon Valley Roots Fueling Hollywood Success In a world where traditional TV and movie studios are struggling to retain subscribers, Netflix has managed to stay ahead of the curve by leveraging its Silicon Valley roots to enhance viewer satisfaction. Despite its glamorous Hollywood image, the Los Gatos, California-based company relies on subtle technological innovations […]

Max raises prices ahead of House of the Dragon premiere

The recent announcement of price increases for Warner Bros. Discovery’s streaming service, Max, has caused a stir among subscribers as the streaming landscape continues to evolve. The main idea behind this move is to align the pricing of their ad-free options with the value they provide to consumers. By increasing the cost of the ad-free […]

The Media Reflects on History’s Sweep Following the Controversial Verdict in the Swift Trump Case

The recent verdict in former President Donald Trump’s hush money trial has sent shockwaves through the media landscape and the political world. The announcement of a guilty verdict on all counts left many reeling and reflecting on the implications for the future of American politics. News organizations across the country scrambled to cover the breaking […]

Donald Trump may be trapped in a Manhattan courtroom, but he is well-informed by his favorite legal analysts

Former President Donald Trump’s criminal trial has been a major focus of media attention, with Fox News analyst Andy McCarthy receiving praise from Trump himself multiple times. McCarthy, along with other legal analysts such as Jonathan Turley, Gregg Jarrett, and Mark Levin, have been cited by Trump for their supportive comments on the trial. Trump […]

Greg Olsen from Fox wins top analyst award at Sports Emmy Awards, while CBS’ coverage of the Super Bowl takes top event prize

In a surprising turn of events in the sports broadcasting world, Tom Brady is making his way into the Fox Sports broadcast booth with an impressive seven Super Bowl rings to his name. This move comes as another notable figure in the industry, Greg Olsen, exits the scene with yet another Sports Emmy award under […]

For 3 years, Netflix will broadcast NFL games on Christmas Day, starting with 2 games this season.

Netflix and the NFL have made a groundbreaking announcement with a three-year deal to stream games on Christmas Day. This partnership marks a significant shift in the way sports content is delivered to viewers and provides an exciting new avenue for fans to enjoy their favorite teams and players. According to the agreement, Netflix will […]

Review of the Hisense U8N TV: Packed with Features, Better Bring Your Sunglasses

The Hisense U8N: A Comprehensive Review When it comes to home entertainment, the Hisense U8N is a top contender in the market, offering a wide range of features and excellent performance. From its ability to control the volume output of its optical port with the TV remote to its impressive 2.1.2 speaker system, the U8N […]

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