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No. 1 Ranked Quarterback Documentary to Premiere New Year’s Eve

DJ Uiagalelei (David Hood/TigerNet.com) Fox Sports West will close out 2020 by premiering Into The Spotlight, a half-hour documentary following the historic high school championship of DJ Uiagalelei, 2019’s No. 1 pro-style and No.1 overall quarterback. The film was produced by Mane Co, a creative content agency and up-and-coming unscripted production company. “This ...

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More than Half a Billion Tune In To WCG 2020 CONNECTED

Demonstrating its worldwide appeal, global esports festival World Cyber Games (WCG) overcame the on-site restrictions due to the Covid-19 virus and successfully hosted the WCG 2020 CONNECTED. Despite having to adjust the tournament to a virtual experience, the transition to a hybrid model was positively embraced and brought together esports fans from ...

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2020-21 NBA Season Live on SiriusXM

Pixabay/tommyvideo SiriusXM will again offer NBA fans extensive coverage of the 2020-21 NBA season with live play-by-play of every game from Opening Night through The Finals, plus daily in-depth coverage of every team on the 24/7 SiriusXM NBA Radio channel. The NBA begins its new season tomorrow, December 22, with ...

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True North Ale Company and Dedication to Community Announce Relationship To Creatively Battle Systemic Racism

Pexels/Cat Wilcox True North Ale Company, a Massachusetts craft brewery, and Dedication to Community (D2C), a national non-profit that educates and empowers communities on diversity, belonging, and equity, today announced a partnership to work together to help to end systemic racism. D2C’s founder, M. Quentin Williams, is a former Boston College ...

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FSV Makes Major Push In Hispanic Engagement With Acquisition of Alianza de Futbol and JUGOtv

JUGOtv For Soccer Ventures (FSV), an organization focused on the growth and long-term development of American soccer, today announced it has completed the acquisition of Alianza de Futbol and JUGOtv, groundbreaking Hispanic soccer companies engaging with and offering opportunities for the underserved Hispanic soccer community in the U.S. For nearly ...

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Michael Jordan Fleer 1986 Card Sets Record $211,560 in Goldin Auctions Holiday Auction

Records are made to be broken is the time-worn adage. Truer words were never spoken that at the Goldin Auctions recent Holiday Auction when a Michael Jordan Fleer 1986 card sold for a record $211,560. The lofty winning bid shattered Goldin’s previous mark of $151,000 established on Monday in the Sotheby’s Sale, which smashed the record $150,000 ...

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SiriusXM Offers Extensive Coverage of College Football’s Bowl Games

The George F. Landegger Collection of Alabama Photographs in Carol M. Highsmith’s America, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division SiriusXM is giving subscribers nationwide access to live play-by-play broadcasts of most Division I FBS bowl games this college football postseason, including ESPN Radio’s coverage of the College Football Playoff ...

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Legends Media & Entertainment Experiences Solid Growth In First Three Months Since Launch

The National Basketball Retired Players Association (NBRPA) today announced the numbers for the first three months of the expansion and launch of Legends Media & Entertainment (LME), a multifaceted storytelling platform producing, distributing and quantifying the wide reaching stories of many of the NBA and WNBA’s biggest stars. In three ...

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Voit, Urshela, Conforto, Pudge, Carson, Naeher Earn Munson Honors

Michael Confoto (credit: Arturo Pardavila III from Hoboken, NJ, USA) A star-studded lineup will be honored virtually at the 41st Annual Thurman Munson Awards ceremony to benefit AHRC New York City Foundation on Tuesday, February 2, 2021, and these are the honorees: New York Yankees standouts Luke Voit and Gio Urshela, New York Mets outfielder Michael Conforto, Hall of Famer catcher Pudge Rodriguez, New York ...

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Strat-O-Matic, La Vida Baseball Team For ‘What-If,’ Simulated Content

Being Guillén In more than 7000 Major League plate appearances over 16 years, Ozzie Guillén faced some of the game’s great fireballers, with his share of success. How would he have fared against intimidators like Don Drysdale, Bob Gibson and Aroldis Chapman? When the three-time All-Star and host of La ...

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