Apple has reportedly invested $10 million for original podcasts that could later be turned into movies and TV shows for Apple TV+
Hyundai Motor and its Indian affiliate have charged HGM, the Indian arm of South Korean knockoff car maker Global Motors, of improperly utilizing the name "Hyundai" and the automaker's emblem.
The two parties will develop distinctive activities and online encounters for Red Devils supporters at Old Trafford and elsewhere that are powered by Snapdragon techno
The privately funded redevelopment of Rogers Centre will modernize fan experiences and enhance player facilities.
The "Be You" MB.01s were inspired by several LaMelo releases in the past, with the "Not From Here" PUMAs from 2021 serving as possibly the most noteworthy example.
US federal judge ruling means Talor Gooch, Hudson Swafford and Matt Jones cannot take part in FedEx Cup Playoffs.
The number 45 is embroidered on the lace to signify the 45th anniversary of the McDonald's All-American game, despite the fact that this is not an official McDonald's cooperation.
Sauber is linked with Volkswagen-owned Audi, with reports suggesting the German company is looking for a 75 percent stake in the team.
Puma and Coca-Cola are collaborating to celebrate their long heritage through a nostalgic collection.
According to the NHL, they look forward to continuing to work closely with Adidas over the next two years and to a smooth transition to the new authentic NHL uniform supplier.
Samsung wants to provide clients with a variety of services through these NFTs, including rewards like offline discounts at partner retailers.
New Orleans Pelicans renews local TV rights agreement with Bally Sports
The New Orleans Pelicans have renewed their local broadcast rights partnership with Bally Sports New Orleans, the local network managed by Sinclair’s Diamond Sports Group (DSG).
Under the new agreement, Bally Sports New Orleans will continue to provide coverage of around 75 regular games of the NBA team each season, on top of select preseason fixtures and the first round of the playoffs.
As part of the extension, starting with the 2022–23 season, all Pelicans games will be streamed on the Bally Sports+ direct-to-consumer (DTC) platform.
In addition to producing the live broadcasts, Bally Sports New Orleans will offer additional programming around games and the Pelicans Insider magazine show.
Dennis Lauscha, president of the New Orleans Pelicans, said that their main priority in entering the deal was the distribution and the ability to deliver their games directly to their fans,
He added that the excitement about the Pelicans grows daily and it is their job to not only bring content to their fans but also unfettered access to watch games.