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Posts Tagged ‘Dave Ryan’

Fox Soccer Channel Rebrands, Unveils New Logo

Fox Soccer Channel is getting a makeover with a new name, re-designed logos, upgraded studio sets and new high-tech on-air graphics package.

Gone is “Channel” as the network will go by Fox Soccer as a nod to its audience through a variety of multimedia destinations (Fox Soccer, Fox Soccer Plus, FoxSoccer.com, FoxSoccer.tv).

“Our audience comes to FOX Soccer for one thing: to interact with the game they love. They are smart, they want new technologies, they want the best coverage,” said David Nathanson, Fox Soccer’s general manager. “The re-branding symbolizes our continued commitment to push the limits and evolve with the game in this country.” Read more

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What To Watch: Blue Moon Rising

Soccer fans might want to check out the U.S. release of Blue Moon Rising Wednesday night on Fox Soccer Channel. The film documents a year in the life of Manchester City from the Barclays Premier League, through the eyes of fans, players and executives.

It airs commercial-free at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. The film will be replayed on Friday, May 13 at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT, leading up to Manchester City’s FA Cup final match vs. Stoke City at Wembley Stadium on May 14.

Mike Krzyzewski Finally Chimes In On Jalen Rose

Just when you thought the Jalen Rose vs. Grant Hill story was dead, Mike Krzyzewski is ready to chime in on the situation.

“Obviously, that was a poor choice of words and very insulting to everyone here at Duke but especially, not just our African-American players, but any African-American students,” Krzyzewski said on The Waddle & Silvy Show on ESPN 1000 in Chicago Tuesday. “When you judge within a race, you start judging, like you put categories as to who you are. I think that’s just the wrong thing to do.”

As for the notion that none of the Fab Five would have ended up at Duke, Krzyzewski says that wasn’t the case. Read more