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New FOX sports network: More games, higher cable bill?

Mar 5, 2013
More competition to win TV contracts could drive up cable costs.
Posted In: fox sports, Sports, espn

BallCam gives ball's-eye view of football field

Feb 28, 2013
You've heard of a bullseye. What about a ball's-eye? A Carnegie Mellon post-doc student and Japanese researchers have come up with a way to get smooth video from inside a spinning football.
Posted In: Sports, football, Tech

Forget 'going for the gold', Olympics are a hassle

Feb 22, 2013
The U.S. Olympic Committee has invited 35 mayors to bid for the 2024 Olympics, but the cost of just applying is more than most cities want to spend.
Posted In: Olympics, Olympics 2012, Sports

Down for the count: Olympics drops wrestling

Feb 12, 2013
Wrestling, whose Olympic roots date from ancient Greece, will be dropped after the 2016 games. What ripple effects will that have on the sport?
Posted In: Olympics, wrestling, Sports

Wrigley field renovation: Will big billboards make bad neighbors?

Feb 4, 2013
As Chicago's Wrigley Field looks to renovate, part of the Cubs' plan includes blocking the view of the game from neighbors across the street.
Posted In: Sports, Chicago, Chicago Cubs

A puppy surprise brought to you by Jell-O

Feb 4, 2013
San Francisco will not be getting a Superbowl trophy, but it is the beneficiary of a PR stunt by Jell-O.
Posted In: Food, Sports, San Francisco

Even if you don't watch sports, you're still paying for it

Jan 28, 2013
A new deal between Time Warner Cable and the L.A. Dodgers will create another regional sports network that will drive up your cable bill, even if you don't watch.
Posted In: Dodgers, los angeles, Time Warner Cable, cable TV, Sports

'Tebowing,' 'Linsanity'...and now 'Kaepernicking'

Jan 24, 2013
The 49er QB looks to trademark the name of his signature move, but is it worth it?
Posted In: Sports, Colin Kaepernick, NFL, Super Bowl, trademark

Game on! Claiming victory after NHL lockout ends

Jan 7, 2013
The National Hockey League and its players union have come to a deal to end their nearly four-month lockout. A shortened season could begin as soon as next week.
Posted In: Sports, business of sports, hockey

BCS Championship tries end run around scalpers

Jan 7, 2013
College football fans paid a variable price for the right to buy a championship game ticket based on their team's chances to win a slot.
Posted In: Sports, football, orange bowl, scalpers, futures market

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