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Tampa Bay Rowdies sign another TV contract to broadcast games

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Days after announcing one new television package, the Tampa Bay Rowdies have announced another. The North American Soccer League has announced a deal with beIN Sports, a global network, that will broadcast a minimum of 34 matches throughout the season. Included will be 11 matches during the spring, 18 in the fall and five weekday games. “We’re obviously very excited to announce our new partnership with beIN SPORTS,” said NASL Commissioner Bill Peterson. “Like the NASL, beIN SPORTS has quickly grown in importance…

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Donald Trump, Brian Williams, Caitlyn Jenner among TV’s most eye-popping in 2015

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It’s been a year of shifting sands in late night. A year of broken trust in two vastly different TV personalities. And a year when presidential debates became must-see TV. Here’s a rundown of 10 big television happenings in 2015: — SAY ‘GOOD NIGHT’: Late-night TV’s transformation began in January, when Larry Wilmore‘s new “Nightly Show” claimed the Comedy Central slot previously held by Stephen Colbert‘s “Colbert Report.” Then in February, Jon Stewart announced he was leaving Comedy Central’s “The…

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Angela Rouson on TV with second ad featuring Rick Baker endorsement as campaigns advertise on cable to deliver messages

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Here’s a first look at the new spot from Angela Rouson’s Campaign: With Rouson’s latest buy, she has purchased approximately $20,000 of cable advertising, including $7,500 for the last 10 days. Her opponent Steve Kornell has a buy with Bright House Networks for approximately $5,500 for the last 10 days. In other races, Karl Nurse purchased $10,000 in advertising for the last ten days, while Mayoral Candidate Bill Foster has purchased at least $14,000, spread over at least a dozen…

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Charlie Crist has the $$, but Kendrick Meek leads with FB friends, Marco Rubio dominates Twitter

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Can Kendrick Meek, Marco Rubio tweet out a Florida Senate win? Republican Senate candidate Marco Rubio was recently frustrated trying to get a cell phone signal on a rural stretch of Interstate 10, so he tweeted it. “If I wasn’t a limited govt conservative I would support a law MANDATING better cell phone coverage on I-10,” Rubio typed into his iPhone, one of 10 Twitter updates he made on the roundtrip from Tallahassee to Pensacola. The major Democrat in the race,…

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