Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully will return to broadcast Los Angeles Dodgers baseball games in 2014, the team is expected to announce Friday.
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Breaking down such topics as the use of mobile devices in sports entertainment and the economic realities of televised sports, prominent figures from Fox Sports, the Los Angeles Dodgers, the NFL and…
Dodgers Fever has officially hit Los Angeles — and local carrier KCAL 9 is a big beneficiary. Nielsen estimates that the blistering hot team’s victory over the New York Yankees on Tuesday night…
There's no doubt about it: The succession plan for "The Tonight Show," which will see Jimmy Fallon succeed Jay Leno and the show move from Burbank to Manhattan, is a blow to the Los Angeles region…
Fans of pro football in Los Angeles should prepare to get even cozier with their TVs.
SportsNet LA, controlled by the Los Angeles Dodgers ownership group and distributed by Time Warner Cable, will launch in 2014 as the baseball team's new cable home, officially confirming what had…
By partnering to launch a new regional cable network in an overflowing market rather than making a straightforward rights deal, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Time Warner Cable have doubled down on…
The battle for post-2013 cable rights to the Los Angeles Dodgers appears to have been won by Time Warner Cable, according to a published report.
Tuesday's record purchase price for the Los Angeles Dodgers, by a group including Magic Johnson and Peter Guber, reflects the confidence the new owners have that the value of the franchise's local TV…
Major League Baseball is taking the extraordinary step of assuming control of the Los Angeles Dodgers, a team increasingly paralyzed by the bitter divorce of owners Frank and Jamie McCourt.
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