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Charter is joining Comcast and coming after Nexstar for an alleged violation of the FCC's station ownership cap. The conflict dates back to the broadcaster's purchase of Tribune back in 2019 and the required divestiture of NYC station WPIX. On the other hand, the USFL is celebrating a successful first weekend and is hoping it can use that momentum to grow a fanbase that rivals those of any other sports league. Its worst nightmare? Following in the footsteps of other spring football leagues.

Charter Joins Comcast, Argues Nexstar Violated FCC Cap
Charter has filed an informal complaint at the FCC against Nexstar, arguing that the broadcasters should actually be attributed ownership of NYC station WPIX—which would make it in violation of the FCC’s 39% cap on broadcast national audience reach. Read More »
New Football League Tries to Break Mold
The USFL is preparing for kickoff of its inaugural season Saturday in the latest attempt to bring spring football to the U.S. Read More »
Executive Round Up: Is There Room For Sports to Break Into the Ad-Supported Streaming Environment?
We asked executives in our industry if there is room for sports to break into the ad-supported streaming environment. Here's what they had to say.  Read More »
New Details Emerge in Tubi Titanic Doc
In “Mysteries from the Grave: Titanic,” which debuted April 8 on Tubi, the puzzling details that remain at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean are investigated to find out more about what happened and why the events unfolded the way they did. Read More »
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