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T.O. Takes A Shot At McNabb On The T.Ocho Show

Looking for a way to increase poor ratings, Terrell Owens took a cheap shot at former teammate Donovan McNabb on last night’s The T.Ocho Show on Versus.

Owens made reference to the rumors that McNabb couldn’t run the two-minute offense when the two played together in Super Bowl XXXIX.

Way to kick a man when he’s down, T.O.

If this is the future of the show, it might finally be worth watching.

Two Commercial Spots Left For Super Bowl XLVI

Want to advertise during Super Bowl XLVI?

Hurry, because only two 30-second commercials are left according to Broadcasting & Cable.

In order to buy one of the remaining $3 million commercials, advertisers must be willing to buy a package of pre-game spots from Fox as well.

Commercial spots for next year’s Super Bowl at Cowboys Stadium went on sale earlier this year and it was reported last month that Fox had sold more than 90 percent of its inventory.

ESPN To Stream Content For Time Warner Customers

Starting on Oct. 25, Time Warner Cable customers will be able to watch their favorite ESPN channels on their computers at no additional cost.

ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU will be available through a new authenticated service that verifies the viewer is a Time Warner Cable customer.

As part of ESPN’s plan to shift to “TV Everywhere,” there will be fewer videos available on ESPN.com for non-Time Warner customers.

“We believe this ‘TV Everywhere’ model is going to be what the industry at large is going to pursue,” said John Kosner, general manager of digital media at ESPN. “We’re going to make similar deals with lots of distributors.”

Last month, Walt Disney Co. and Time Warner reached a new deal to keep their channels on the cable giant. As part of the deal, ESPN3.com would also be made available to Time Warner Cable customers.

Verizon’s FiOS customers will also gain online access to the ESPN Networks in the upcoming months.

If you’re a DirecTV customer like me, this has to sting a little bit, but not enough to consider switching back to cable.

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