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CBS strengthened its dominance over the television industry this year at the same time that the unprecedented reign of "American Idol" came to a close...Though that marker is losing its meaning with more fresh programming airing during the summer, it'
The 2016 Super Bowl will be the first in Northern California since the 1985 game at Stanford Stadium. Tuesday when the National Football League awarded the Bay Area the opportunity to host the 2016 Super Bowl in the new Santa Clara home of the San
Unless the National Football League owners are delusional or have an unnatural attraction to flamingos and alligators -- always a real possibility -- the choice will be easy. Before noontime Tuesday, the league's poobahs will meet and select the Bay
L Bay Area bids on Super Bowl L Super Bowl L is less than three years away and already officials are already trying to bring the football party to the Bay Area. The Bay Area Super Bowl Bid Committee submitted an official bid to the NFL on Tuesday to
An upgraded stadium is the only impediment between us and success,'' Dolphins CEO Mike Dee said in a telephone press conference after a closed-door meeting in New York with NFL executives over the region's Super Bowl bid...South Florida's Super Bowl
Monday's Boston Marathon was so surprising and horrific to the American public that CBS, ABC and NBC all expanded their nightly newscasts from the usual half an hour no mean feat after spending hours on air covering developments as they happened.
Organizers said the NFL has upped its requirements for host cities, and plans submitted last week include an expensive cluster of pre-game activities in downtown Miami, including barges anchored on the waterfront to create more space for the events.
Santa Clara's City Council officially got behind a proposal to host the 50th Super Bowl at the new 49ers stadium Tuesday night, but some residents weren't happy with what the city had to give up in exchange for consideration. The City Council members
Responding to a story in Friday's Miami Herald revealing the request, committee chairman Rodney Barreto issued a statement that said in part: The South Florida Super Bowl Bid Committee will not offer a hotel tax exemption in connection with its bid
Adrienne Arsht, who donated $30 million for the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami among other donations, has given a $5 million gift to a think tank in Washington, D.C. to create the Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center at the