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  • How To Stream Super Bowl 50 This Sunday

    How To Stream Super Bowl 50 This Sunday

    So you decided to finally ditch your cable package this year. Great! But now the Super Bowl is rolling around and you’re wondering how you’re going to watch Cam Newton dab all afternoon? Luckily, we’ve put together a guide of all the ways you can stream the big game. CBS, the network that is broadcasting Super Bowl 50 this year, is streaming the game for free across a bevy… Read More

  • ESPN’s Removal From YouTube Complete, Only Empty Channels Remain

    ESPN’s Removal From YouTube Complete, Only Empty Channels Remain

    All of the content across ESPN’s top channels is now gone from YouTube, following the video removals that began last week, in the wake of the YouTube Red deal. Though parent company Disney has a deal with YouTube for its new subscription service, the sports network can’t participate due to rights issues surrounding its content. And because YouTube’s creators have to agree… Read More

  • YouTube Red Deal Forces ESPN To Pull Its Videos From YouTube

    YouTube Red Deal Forces ESPN To Pull Its Videos From YouTube

    The fallout from YouTube Red, its forthcoming ad-free subscription service, is already underway. Today, the majority of ESPN’s video content has been pulled off of YouTube in the US, as the sports network currently can’t participate in the YouTube Red service due to rights issues surrounding its content. Though TechCrunch can now confirm that parent company Disney does have a… Read More

  • This Is How Most Of The World Uses Twitter

    This Is How Most Of The World Uses Twitter

    Blah blah blah, Twitter has 316 million users or whatever and they’re not growing. Can it grow? Will it grow? Yes, there are a lot of questions that Twitter has to start answering if it wants to get some sort of momentum going with consumers and rebuild trust with its investors. General awareness isn’t Twitter’s problem. Plenty of people who aren’t on Twitter, and may… Read More

  • ESPN Sues Verizon Over Its TV Packages Aimed At Cord Cutters

    ESPN Sues Verizon Over Its TV Packages Aimed At Cord Cutters

    Verizon has apparently hit a snag with regard to its efforts aimed at cord cutters. The cable TV provider recently introduced a way to purchase TV channel packages via à la carte bundles. But today, ESPN filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit against Verizon, arguing that Verizon’s move to break out ESPN’s channels into a separate sports tier that isn’t a part of the core package… Read More

  • Fanbase Co-Founders Discuss Their Pivot To Nextdoor

    Fanbase Co-Founders Discuss Their Pivot To Nextdoor

    In a video from Greylock Partners (from their new greymatter series), Fanbase co-founders Nirav Tolia and Sarah Leary discuss their decision to close their site and launch Nextdoor. Read More

  • ESPN Launches A Big Redesign For Its Web Versions

    ESPN Launches A Big Redesign For Its Web Versions

    Tomorrow, ESPN is launching a major redesign to an experience that has basically gone unchanged since its previous redesign in 2009. The company has rebuilt its web experience: instead of having two different completely units — a mobile version and a desktop version — it’s now a single responsive unit that scales to the size of the device, using the same underlying technology. Read More

  • As ESPN Comes To The iPad, It Drops The SportsCenter Brand From Its Mobile Apps

    As ESPN Comes To The iPad, It Drops The SportsCenter Brand From Its Mobile Apps

    ESPN fans will be happy to learn that today the “worldwide leader in sports” is introducing the first version of its mobile news app that will work on iPad, unifying the reading experience across desktop, smartphone and now Apple tablets. At the same time it is launching on iPad, ESPN is rebranding its news apps to move away from the “SportsCenter” brand. Read More

  • Disney, A Mobile Company

    Disney, A Mobile Company

    In the central corridor of the animation building at Disney Studios there is a gold-leafed cupola hovering directly over a marble inlay of Steamboat Willie, the movie considered to be the debut of Mickey Mouse. If you stand under the dome and speak, you’ll hear your voice reverberate. To everyone else standing outside the circle, your voice sounds merely human, but to the person standing… Read More

  • WatchESPN Apps Get Chromecast Support, Watch ABC And Watch Disney Coming Soon

    WatchESPN Apps Get Chromecast Support, Watch ABC And Watch Disney Coming Soon

    Over the years, sports giant ESPN has been expanding the number of screens and devices that viewers can watch its content on. Now it’s adding another: Starting today, the cable network is making its WatchESPN app available through Google’s popular Chromecast dongle. Read More

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