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As gambling expands, gaming companies should find strong media partners

The NCAA tournament is coming to a close and one of the biggest yearly gambling traditions is coming to a close with it. The office pool provides a fun competition throughout the office but in the end it is still a form of gambling, and this tournament seems to have much more discussion about favorites and point spreads than years before. 288 more words


WrestleMania Got Tons Of ESPN Coverage, & Mick Foley Comments on Atmosphere and Seth Rollins' Win

– WWE’s WrestleMania 31 got a significant amount of coverage from ESPN SportsCenter last night, more than they’ve done for WWE events in the past. They covered Ronda Rousey’s appearance with The Rock, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon as well as Seth Rollins winning the WWE World Heavyweight Title. 103 more words

WWE News And Events

Why Podcasts are Making a Comeback

By: Allison Zullo, @allisonzullo

When it comes to keeping up with the latest news and entertainment trends, PR pros tend to turn to the old reliables: Twitter, Netflix, iPhone news apps, etc. 621 more words

Public Relations

Texans owner Bob McNair suggests Andre Johnson is no longer a star

Andre Johnson holds every major franchise receiving record for the Houston Texans, but it wasn’t enough to avoid the shade Texans owner Bob McNair cast on the 33-year-old wide receiver. 370 more words


Choosing A College: Your Signing Day

A couple of weeks ago at high schools all across the country, camera crews from ESPN, Fox, Bleacher  Report etc. set up at high schools to watch select students sign a piece of paper and possibly put on a hat. 1,317 more words