The San Francisco Giants announced that they have changed their stadium name from AT&T Park to Oracle Park as part of a new a 20-year agreement with tech giant Oracle. Giants President & CEO Larry Baer said it is “very much in line with other recent naming-rights deals for top-tier facilities,” which could mean $300-350 million, up from the reported $100 million the Giants received over 23 years from their naming-rights marketing deal with Pacific Bell. The move gives Oracle a naming rights partner in the Bay Area, one they will lose when the Warriors move from Oracle Arena to the Chase Center next fall.
Good news, bad news for Schitt’s Creek. The series has been renewed for a sixth season by Pop in the U.S. and CBC in Canada, to air in 2020; however, it will be the show’s last go-round. The comedy’s co-creators Daniel Levy and Eugene Levy announced the news on social media. The final chapter is […]
A&E’s The Untold Story, with Elizabeth Vargas, launches Thursday, April 11 at 9p. Drawing on Vargas’ background in investigative reporting, the collection of nonfiction episodes will explore the stories of people and events that have had a profound impact on our modern culture and society. First up: “Hunting JonBenet’s Killer.”
FOX Sports’ talent plans for FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 are locked in, with a roster that features names that played on a total of 30 FIFA World Cup teams. The studio team will feature Heather O’Reilly, Christie Pearce Rampone, Alexi Lalas, Ariane Hingst, Kelly Smith, Karina LeBlanc, Kate Gill, Leslie Osborne and Eniola […]
DAZN is upping the ante for new subscribers, announcing a pricing change to alter its monthly fee to $19.99 for new subscribers starting next week while offering a new $99.99 annual plan. Current subscribers will pay the original $9.99 monthly fee for another year. “The annual cost, broken down, is just over $8 a month […]
Bravo patriarch and new daddy Andy Cohen will receive the Vito Russo Award at the 30th GLAAD Media Awards in New York on May 4. The Watch What Happens Live! host and Bravo exec will be presented with the award by Sarah Jessica Parker.