Twitter teams up with Fox and ESPN to bring more video and ads to your timeline
Twitter teams up with Fox and ESPN to bring more video and ads to your timeline
                             

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ESPN and Twitter plan to announce partnership for tweeting sports video clips

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New Twitter and ESPN (dis) are planning to announce a partnership that will allow the social network to tweet out video clips of major sports highlights and sell ads specifically around those clips, providing new revenue opportunities for Twitter and giving ESPN greater visibility for major sports events. The news was...
ESPN and Twitter plan to announce partnership for tweeting sports video clips

Twitter going deeper with ESPN

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New The leading sports TV network plans on embedding a wide variety of highlight clips in its tweets shortly after they happen live, according to the Wall Street Journal. [Read more]...
Twitter going deeper with ESPN

ESPN, Twitter Expand Collaboration

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New ESPN and Twitter Inc. are announcing a major expansion of their collaboration to post sports-related videos on the short-messaging service—part of a growing wave of tie-ups as TV networks and Twitter hunt for new advertising revenue. ESPN, which is majority-owned by Walt Disney Co., plans to show video-highlight clips on...
ESPN, Twitter Expand Collaboration

ESPN, Twitter Expand Tie-Up

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ESPN and Twitter are announcing a major expansion of their collaboration to post sports-related videos on the short-messaging service, part of a growing wave of tie-ups as TV networks and Twitter hunt for new advertising revenue....
ESPN, Twitter Expand Tie-Up

British tabloid The Sun readies its paywall for August 1, but can English football clips help it succeed?

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The Sun, the UK’s best-selling tabloid newspaper, will be going behind a paywall from August 1 this year for £2 ($3 USD) a week. We first reported this paywall was coming back in March, but now the Guardian has ratified the details via an internal email sent around staff at...
British tabloid The Sun readies its paywall for August 1, but can English football clips help it succeed?

Sun paywall set at £2 with access to Premier League football highlights

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Charge will come into effect in August after £30m deal is struck for rights to all 380 Premier League matches a seasonThe Sun is to introduce a paywall from 1 August with a £2 per week charge, including access to Premier League football highlights.Mike Darcey, the chief executive of News...
Sun paywall set at £2 with access to Premier League football highlights

"Golly, I'll go with Bruce Seldon. I didn't even hit him; I think the wind knocked him..."

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"Golly, I'll go with Bruce Seldon. I didn't even hit him; I think the wind knocked him out." - Mike Tyson, when asked who he views as a real-life version of the Glass Joe character from the 1987 NES game Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! -- number three on ESPN's best sports video games...
"Golly, I'll go with Bruce Seldon. I didn't even hit him; I think the wind knocked him..."

Report: ESPN may pay to exempt its content from wireless data caps

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The popular sports network ESPN is negotiating with at least one wireless carrier to exempt its traffic from data caps. That's according to The Wall Street Journal, which broke the news on Thursday. However, "no such arrangement is imminent, and ESPN isn't sure if the economics will work out," the...
Report: ESPN may pay to exempt its content from wireless data caps

A mobile internet subsidized by content providers: ESPN might want it but you shouldn't

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For the last year mobile carriers have entertained a strange notion: content providers should pay for the mobile data their customers consume on operators’ networks. At first, the big internet players seemed to shrug off the suggestion, but carriers may have found their first taker in sports entertainment giant ESPN....
A mobile internet subsidized by content providers: ESPN might want it but you shouldn't
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