Posts Tagged ‘Major League Baseball’

A Major League Baseball Player and the Evolution of the Internet, Media, and the Twitter-verse

Broadband's Impact, social networking, Transparency February 18th, 2013

February 18, 2013 – When pitcher C.J. Nitkowski first started blogging in 1997, even he could never have predicted how fast the medium would grow. By his own accord, Nitkowski “fell into being the first active player on the web.” In 1997, the Houston Astros website, astros.com, asked Nitkowski to write a semi-annual newsletter chronicling […]

Non-Profits Seek to Block Injunction Against Rebroadcaster ivi

Copyright, Intellectual Property, Media February 1st, 2011

WASHINGTON, February 1, 2011 – A group of non-profit organizations filed a brief in federal district court Tuesday, opposing an injunction that would pull Internet rebroadcaster, ivi TV, off the air pending the resolution of a copyright infringement suit against it.

Will Copyright Law Save New York Area Baseball Fans?

Copyright, Intellectual Property, Media, Media ownership, National Broadband Plan October 19th, 2010

As the landmark dispute over retransmission consent fees between Fox and Cablevision threatens to drag on through Tuesday, New York area baseball fans who are also Cablevision subscribers are scrambling to make alternative plans to view or hear the game.

One ostensibly legal option they have is to view the Tuesday game between the San Francisco Giants and the Philadelphia Phillies on a new internet television service that retransmits broadcasters’ signals over the internet.

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