New York Knicks

Facetime: Mid-June Soirees, Galas, Awards and Premieres

Programming execs, TV stars, magazine editors, producers and even a Knicks player came together this week to celebrate launches, premieres, awards and more.

Michael Strahan and Carmelo Anthony Sound Off on Basketball and Business

On a sultry September afternoon, a stream of stylists, photographers, TV cameramen, publicists and editors converge at the gymnasium in New York’s 14th Street Y to capture a moment in time: the bringing together of two of the city’s greatest sports heroes under one roof.

Michael Strahan Interviews Carmelo Anthony About Sports and Business [Video]

On a sultry September afternoon, a stream of stylists, photographers, TV cameramen, publicists and editors converge at the gymnasium in New York’s 14th Street Y to capture a moment in time: the bringing together of two of the city’s greatest sports heroes under one roof.

Steve Koonin Out at Turner

After a 14-year stint with Turner Entertainment Networks, where he most recently served as the division’s president, Steve Koonin is leaving the cable programming giant to assume the role of CEO of the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks franchise.

TNT Tips Off NBA Playoffs With Rihanna

With the curtain set to go up on the 2013 NBA Playoffs, Turner Sports is priming the promotional pump with a little help from Rihanna and the Crossroads of the World.

Information Diet: Ed Burns

Specs Age 44

MSG, Time Warner Cable to End Blackout

Thanks to the intervention of some New York political heavyweights, the seven-week staring contest between MSG Network and Time Warner Cable came to an end on Friday afternoon (Feb. 17).

Knicks Fans: Hoopless, Hopeless in New Year

Time Warner Cable subscribers in New York are on the verge of losing MSG, the regional sports network that serves up a steady diet of Knicks, Rangers, Islanders and New Jersey Devils games.