With college basketball underway, FOX Sports cemented its lineup of game and studio broadcasters for the upcoming season, led by play-play announcer Gus Johnson and analysts Bill Raftery and Jim Jackson, with coverage set to include the BIG EAST, Big Ten and Pac-12 conferences on the FOX broadcast network, FS1, FS2 and FOX Sports Regional Networks during the 2018-19 campaign. Also returning to call game action are multi-sport broadcast veteran Tim Brando as well as Joe Davis; Kevin Burkhardt; Justin Kutcher; Brian Anderson; Brian Custer; Kevin Kugler; and more. New to this year’s play-by-play rotation are veteran broadcaster Dave O’Brien; BTN host Dave Revsine; among others. Analysts is once again led by Bill Raftery and Jim Jackson, as well as Donny Marshall Steve Lavin; and Len Elmore; as well as others. In the studio, Rob Stone returns as FOX Sports’ lead college basketball host, joined by Jackson, Jacobsen, Marshall and Lavin throughout the season.
The Man in the High Castle is officially stepping down. Amazon revealed the dystopian drama’s upcoming fourth season, set to launch this fall, will be its last. At least, it will be it’s last on Amazon. “While we’re bringing this chapter to a conclusion, if one thinks beyond the final frames of this series, it […]
ABC News locked up George Stephanopoulos through the 2020 presidential election and beyond, with a new four-year deal. Stephanopoulos has been with the network since 2002 and anchors Good Morning America and Sunday show This Week. The deal is reportedly worth $18 million per year, a bump from his previous five-year contract, which paid him […]
USA Gymnastics is now tapping the talents of NBA executive Li Li Leung, naming her as the troubled org’s new president and chief executive officer on Tuesday. The announcement marks the fourth person to hold the role in two years after the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal which has seen the NGB file for Chapter […]
The National Hockey League and Snapchat, in association with Disney Streaming Services, announced an expansion of their multi-year partnership that will mean, for the first time, the NHL produce Curated Our Stories for games and marquee events, making the NHL the first professional sports league to utilize Snap’s third-party curation tools, and a new weekly […]
Fox’s Cosmos: Possible Worlds, originally set to premiere March 3, has been bumped, as the investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against host Neil deGrasse Tyson continues. Two women have accused Tyson of inappropriate sexual advances, behavior he denies. A Family Guy repeat has been scheduled for the March 3 and 10 timeslots originally intended for […]