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SPORTS
September 25, 2012 | Associated Press
LAKE FOREST, Ill. - Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall criticized former NFL star Warren Sapp for calling him a "retard" in a radio interview. Marshall, who has been treated for borderline personality disorder and anger management, fired back Monday in an online video. "I got a really disturbing heads-up on something Warren Sapp said, called me retarded. That's really disappointing to hear that from an NFL legend, but I'm going to take this as a lesson, and I think we all can learn from this," Marshall said in the video.
BUSINESS
November 5, 2012 | By Joseph N. DiStefano, Inquirer Staff Writer
Colin Hanna , who runs the national conservative advocacy and fund-raising network Let Freedom Ring in West Chester, used to buy millions in ads on TV and news and political websites. But not this year. "We're doing it the opposite way: We're buying the audience," Hanna said. Hanna and his group are following voters from dozens of targeted social groups and tracking them by their online habits. Then they send the voters targeted ads, not visible to others, at hundreds of popular sites - Comcast's Infinity, MTV.com, Pandora, Yahoo , and magazine and game websites - says Hanna, a former Chester County commissioner.
NEWS
March 18, 2013 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
One of this spring's most anticipated TV shows isn't actually on TV. It's on Netflix. Hemlock Grove , a creepy werewolf thriller directed by horror maestro Eli Roth, will premiere April 19 on the subscription video-streaming site. It's part of a new wave of sophisticated, polished online scripted shows that - finally - have propelled online video into the big leagues. With backing from major studios and creative spark from Hollywood A-listers including Tom Hanks and Jerry Seinfeld, online platforms including Yahoo!
BUSINESS
June 19, 2013 | By Bob Fernandez, Inquirer Staff Writer
With online video the wave of the future, Comcast Corp. has taken a financial stake in a Los Angeles-area company with 10,000 "channels" of younger musicians, comedians, and other video-content creators on YouTube. The company is the two-year-old Fullscreen Inc. - which comScore, which provides digital analytics, calls one of the largest independent YouTube networks. Financial terms were not disclosed. Comcast is participating in the venture with the investors Chernin Group and WPP Digital.
BUSINESS
October 26, 2010 | By Bob Fernandez, Inquirer Staff Writer
More than a year after Comcast Corp. disclosed ambitious plans to create an online video service similar to cable TV, the Philadelphia company says it has made progress toward that goal with Xfinity TV. The company announced Monday that it had officially launched about 90 online-content partners for Xfinity TV and almost 150,000 "video choices online. " It's free for Comcast's 24 million cable-TV subscribers as part of an "enhanced value" for those customers, but is not available to Comcast's Internet-only customers or those who subscribe to competing pay-TV services.
NEWS
September 30, 2014 | By Kathy Boccella, Inquirer Staff Writer
Ask 4-year-old Jaime Rojas what he is - Mexican like his dad or Puerto Rican like his mom - and he answers with a big grin: "Mexi-Rican. " But Sunday was all about his maternal side as the family from Newark, Del., watched the Puerto Rican Day Parade and Festival on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway under a sunny Caribbean-blue sky. "It's nice to remember where you're from," said Melanie Rojas, 25, a nutritionist who was born in the United States...
SPORTS
September 18, 2008 | Daily News Wire Services
The battered reputation of Josh Howard took another hit this week when an online video surfaced showing the Dallas Mavericks forward disrespecting the national anthem. In a video posted on YouTube, Howard is shown on a football field at a charity flag football game this summer run by Allen Iverson. As the national anthem plays in the background, Howard approaches a camera and says: "The Star-Spangled Banner" is going on right now. I don't even celebrate that [expletive]. I'm black.
BUSINESS
May 6, 2010 | By Bob Fernandez INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Comcast Corp. sought to bolster the case in Washington for its proposed $30 billion deal for NBC Universal Inc. with two new economic reports. The reports were paid for by Comcast and submitted Wednesday to the Federal Communications Commission, which had requested them. Comcast spokeswoman Sena Fitzmaurice declined to say how much the cable giant paid. In one report, Comcast told government regulators that Internet video was a complementary service to traditional cable TV, so the proposed Comcast-NBCU deal would not limit competition.
SPORTS
March 11, 2008 | Daily News Wire Services
Alex Anderson had 25 points and Laura Hall added 22 to lead Chattanooga back to the NCAAs with its third straight Southern Conference Tournament title, 71-59, over Western Carolina yesterday at North Charleston, S.C. The Lady Mocs (29-3) continued a near-decade of league dominance, winning their seventh tournament title in the past 8 years. Chattanooga enhanced its reputation as the league's best closer, improving to 12-0 all-time in Southern Conference Tournament finals. In other games: At Hartford, Conn.
BUSINESS
February 20, 2011 | By Reid Kanaley, Inquirer Columnist
Business news, along with investing and personal-finance guidance, delivered via online video is a quick way to learn what's going on in money matters. You might even get to like it. Bloomberg TV. Bloomberg's 24-hour schedule (available from the right of this page) cycles through the market day around the world and then starts over. The wall-to-wall business reports are wrapped up in a 6 p.m. program called Bloomberg Rewind . Familiar talking heads include Judy Woodruff and mellow Charlie Rose.
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