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With their favorite team playing its first Spring Training game in Mesa, Cubs fans blacked-out from watching the game on TV were forced to gather around their antique Zenith radios to listen to the AM broadcast.
The TV deals keep rolling in for the Cubs who today announced their new Marquee Sports Network will be broadcast above urinals at all 17 Chuck E. Cheese restaurants in the Chicagoland area.
Faced with losing millions in revenue due to a shortfall of subscribers because of their failure to sign cable giant Comcast, the Marquee Sports Network recruited several local high school TV stations to broadcast Cubs games and related programming.
As time ticks down to the big game between San Francisco and Kansas City, behind the scenes negotiations and tempers are heating up between Fox Sports and CBS.
"I'm a funny guy but what that guy said about my injury wasn't funny," said Hicks. "I just can't wait to show the world just how funny I am."
The Cubs made the 2020 launch of their new Marquee Sports Network official today and many fans are outraged about the partnership with Sinclair Broadcasting, which is infamous for — among other things — forcing its right-wing views into local newscasts around the country. Since Chicago is a firmly liberal blue city, having to pay a […]
“I started preparing by interviewing myself in the mirror. It’s interesting how my answers are thorough with surprisingly little substance. This job may be harder than it seems.”