Arizona Cardinals’ wide receiver John Brown arrives for a voluntary team NFL football workout, Tuesday, May 16, 2017, in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt York) PHOENIX – It appears the injury bug may have bit the Arizona Cardinals and wide receiver John Brown once again.Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians told SiriusXM NFL Radio on Tuesday that he does not expect the fourth-year wide out to play against the Jaguars Sunday due to a turf toe injury suffered against the Texans. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Arians also told SiriusXM Tuesday that the Cardinals promoted wide receiver Carlton Agudosi from the practice squad, which was previously reported by the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.If Brown is unable to play against Jacksonville it will be the fourth game missed this season by the 27-year-old wide out, who missed the first three games of the season with a quadriceps injury.In eight games played, Brown has logged 19 receptions for 271 yards and two touchdowns. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories .@BruceArians tells @SiriusXMNFL he doesn’t expect WR John Brown (turf toe) to play Sunday v @Jaguars. @AZCardinals are promoting WR Carlton Agudosi from practice squad. Carlton often battles @P2 in practice.— Alex Marvez (@alexmarvez) November 22, 2017The first mention of Brown’s injury came on Monday when Arians spoke with reporters at the Cardinals practice facility. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 17 Comments Share
Diaspora audience-focused OTT TV service Cloudio TV has added EE to its list of UK distributors.Customers of EE’s new TV offering, launched in November, will now be able to access TV channels including India’s Sun TV, Brazil’s TV Globo and TV Mosaico, Vietnam’s VTC-10, Korea’s KBS World and Arirang, Barbados’ Caribvisioni, Jamaica’s Hype!TV and Reggae TV and other international channels including RT and France24.“The partnership between EE and Cloudio TV is a showcase of how TV distribution is changing, driven by innovation, efficiency and sustainable growth in the market,” said Marc Van Steyvoort, VP business strategy at Cloudio TV.“We believe that the Quad-Play distribution power of EE linked to the diaspora and special interest linear TV channel power by Cloudio TV, including its unique multi-lingual support and sales centres, result in a UK TV distribution platform with high competence to deliver the best channels to each end-user, anywhere and anytime. We’re thrilled to work with UK largest network on yet another exciting project for international TV distribution in the multi-cultural society we live in.”
The owner of UK newspaper The Daily Mail is reportedly in the running to buy Yahoo’s assets alongside some other 40 interested parties.According to a Wall Street Journal report, the Daily Mail and General Trust is in talks with “several private equity firms” about launching a bid for the web portal, with its main interest in Yahoo’s news and media assets.The WSJ said that there were two possible ways the Daily Mail would aim to make a bid: a private equity partner would buy all of Yahoo’s US operations, with the Mail taking over the news and media properties; or the private-equity firm would buy Yahoo and merge its media and news operations into a new company that would include the Daily Mail’s digital assets.The report claims that a deal would substantially grow the Mail’s US presence and that the firm has held talks with around six private equity firms – but has not yet met directly with Yahoo.A spokesperson for DailyMail.com told DTVE: “Given the success of DailyMail.com and Elite Daily we have been in discussions with a number of parties who are potential bidders.“Discussions are at a very early stage and there is no certainty that any transaction will take place. We have no further comment at this time. Further updates will be provided as appropriate.”Other companies interested in Yahoo, who have met with the firm, are Verizon, IAC/Interactive Corp and CBS, according to the WSJ.
Cable operators will face a massive shift from loans to bonds and the public markets to finance their activities, according to Marisa Drew, co-head of global market solutions, Credit Suisse.Cable will benefit from very robust debt and equity markets, but new regulations mean bank loans to cable are likely to dry up, according to Drew. Ziggo’s public offering meanwhile will be the litmus test for new IPOs.Cable faces massive shift in sources of finance, says Credit Suisse’s Drew from Digital TV Europe on Vimeo.