Walt Disney Co.'s ESPN has reportedly talked to at least one wireless carrier about possibly subsidizing users' data plans so ESPN video and audio data would not count against users' monthly usage limits.
Twitter is teaming with sports media giant ESPN to offer ad-supported video highlights posted moments after live action unfolds across ESPN's family of networks.
Sports media giant ESPN has talked with at least one large U.S. carrier about subsidizing wireless access to its content, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal . The discussions could lead to a "toll-free" data plans with carriers and open up new revenue streams for both parties.
If you're reading this on Thursday morning, that means you haven't already abandoned all pretense of work in favor of shifting your full attention to this year's NCAA Men's Basketball tournament. I commend your dedication.
The Walt Disney Co. said it will use Nielsen Online Campaign Ratings to manage demographic guarantees for online ad campaigns for its ABC, ABC Family and ESPN business units.
AT&T and the Walt Disney Co. have agreed to a long-term distribution deal under which AT&T will be able to show Disney content on U-verse-connected devices beyond the traditional living room experience.
A partnership between NBC Sports and Yahoo is "just a natural fit" with a "lot of ying and yang to it," said Rick Cordella, senior vice president and general manager for digital media with NBC Sports Group.
Google tomorrow will announce which 180 neighborhoods (out of 202 in the two-state Kansas City region) get to be "fiberhoods," eligible to buy ultra-high-speed broadband and pay TV packages from the search-engine-become-much-more company. What it may not announce, however, is where it will get TV content that wants to make consumers in those fiberhoods switch from AT&T U-verse or Time Warner Cable.
ESPN unveiled a revamped college football application replacing its popular Bowl Bound app, designed from the ground up for both iOS and Android.
Walt Disney Co. CEO Robert Iger said the Disney Channel will launch a streaming video application for mobile devices as early as next week. The app will follow the template established by