ESPN Benches Schilling For Season
ESPN Parting With Olbermann
CBS Correspondent Bob Simon Killed In Car Crash
Top Connecticut News Stories of 2014
Campaign For Bully-Free CommunitiesWTIC NewsTalk 1080 wants you to take the pledge to stand up to bullying, on behalf of the Community Foundation of Middlesex County's Council of Business Partners and the Campaign for Bully-Free Communities.
Scott Gray Sports Commentary, Friday, September 26th, 2014Have you ever had one of those days when you just felt like spending a few minutes in your past? One of those days when the car just veers off the highway into some old neighborhoods that suddenly assume their look of decades gone by and flush you with memories of what was and what came to be?
Scott Gray Sports Commentary, Monday, September 15th, 2014Sean McDonough is the best play-by-play man in America. A veteran of several networks, McDonough, currently in the employ of ESPN, has called some of the biggest events in the world of sports, from the World Series to the major college football bowl games. He's known for honest description that tell it like it is, never calling attention to himself with prefabricated "signature" calls.
Scott Gray Sports Commentary, Wednesday, September 10th, 2014An interesting dynamic exists between the sports media and the, often, spoiled and overpaid superstar anti role models they cover. Nowhere is the messenger more vulnerable than in the sports world.
Hartford Students Receive Weekend Meals For Three Full YearsCBS Connecticut and our partners helped to provide three years worth of weekend meals for local students in need. Get all the details on this great event here!
Connecticut Broadcasters Association Accepting 2014 Scholarship ApplicationsThe Connecticut Broadcasters Association (CBA) is accepting applications for its 2014 Scholarship Awards for high school and college students.
Tribune Wants To Split Its TV, Newspaper BusinessesTribune Co., whose properties include the Hartford Courant and Channel 61 Television in Hartford, says it wants to split its publishing and broadcasting businesses into two companies.
Movies, Television Programs Change In Wake Of Newtown ShootingThe Connecticut school shooting rampage compelled Hollywood to air disclaimers before violent television shows, swap some programs for others, cancel film openings and present somber specials on daytime TV shows that are usually more focused on entertainment.