CBSSports.com to Produce Two New Football Programs- CBS Sports announced today that it will be producing two new daily football shows which will air exclusively ob CBSSports.com. Pro Football 360 and College Football 360 will give fans real-time analysis on the day’s top stories. Pro Football 360 will seek the opinions of Jason LaConfora, Pat Kirwan, Pete Prisco, Mike Freeman and Clark Judge. It airs Monday through Friday at 3:00p.m. ET. College Football 360 airs weekdays at 10:00a.m. ET with Dennis Dodd, Bruce Feldman, and Tony Barnhart, among others.
Renowned Orthopaedic Surgeon Joining CBS NFL Football Crew- CBS Sports has announced that orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Neal ElAttrache will serve as a medical consultant for its NFL coverage during the 2012-13 season. Dr. ElAttrache will be “on-call” all season analyzing and explaining injuries and interpreting injury reports.
Hard Knocks Finale Tonight- The final episode in this season’s Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Miami Dolphins will air tonight at 10:00p.m. ET/PT on HBO. On tonight’s episode the pre-season comes and the Dolphinsrepare for final roster cuts.
AT&T U-Verse Customers Now Have Longhorn Network- ESPN and AT&T U-Verse have announced an agreement for the cable company to provide customers access to the Longhorn Network. As part of the agreement, at a future date, AT&T will also launch a live, linear feed of Longhorn Network online to subscribers via computers, smartphones and tablets.
Neal to Head Fox Sports World Cup Soccer Coverage- Fox Sports Media Group (FSMG) today announced that Olympics television producer David Neal has been hired to develop and execute coverage plans for the FIFA World Cup across all Fox Sports platforms including broadcast, cable and digital. Neal will be charged with designing the production infrastructure for FSMG’s stadium and studio operations, as well as forming the on-air, production and technical teams to call and present the action.