Univision, ESPN Score Digital Victories During 2014 World Cup

Germany may have won the World Cup, but official U.S.

NFL to Launch Ad-Supported Digital Network

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday announced plans to launch a new digital network called NFL Now, which will stream original content to a range of connected devices that includes everything from smartphones to Xboxes.

The War for Control of Your Living Room

All right, so you’ve heard CES is about the wearable Internet this year —the gadgets you whip out at a party or over dinner or (God forbid) in the car. But back in the living room, there’s a war being waged for that much-maligned piece of furniture we all end up in front of sooner or later.

Apple TV Adds HBO Go and WatchESPN

Apple TV scored a major content win today, with the addition of HBO Go and WatchESPN to its subscriber package. Apple also announced partnerships with Sky News, the anime site Crunchyroll and the concert channel Qello.

FiOS, Xbox Team Up to Stream WatchESPN

Verizon FiOS subscribers with an Xbox (and an Xbox Live Gold account) can now use ESPN's WatchESPN service over their consoles.

Sports Media and Marketing MVPs

Sports Media Executive of the Year