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Theo Von Baffles Lee Corso With His Picks on ESPN's 'College GameDay'

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Theo Von has entered the college football chat — and he confused the hell out of some OGs on the air … which was absolutely hilarious to watch. ESPN tapped into the TikTok zeitgeist and hired Theo Von as their celebrity guest panelist for…
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Von Miller Turns Himself In , on Domestic Violence Charge. The Buffalo Bills linebacker turned himself in on Nov. 30. He was released shortly after on a $5,000 bond. Miller has been charged with "third-degree felony assault of a pregnant woman," ESPN reports. . If convicted, he faces up to 10...

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NFL Salary Cap Rises $30.6 Million [Video]

NFL Salary Cap Rises $30.6 Million

NFL Salary Cap , Rises $30.6 Million. On Feb. 23, the NFL announced that its 2024 season salary cap will be $255.4 million per team, a record high, ESPN reports. That is 13.6% more than last year's cap and the largest single-year jump since a cap was introduced in 1994. The change could have a significant effect on the free agent market which opens in March. That's because most teams were using salary cap projections between $240 million and $245 million as budget guidelines for the new season. For example, three teams that were originally projected to exceed the cap, the 49ers, Packers and Seahawks, should now fall below the cap, ESPN reports. . For example, three teams that were originally projected to exceed the cap, the 49ers, Packers and Seahawks, should now fall below the cap, ESPN reports. . For example, three teams that were originally projected to exceed the cap, the 49ers, Packers and Seahawks, should now fall below the cap, ESPN reports. . Part of the reason why the NFL was able to increase the cap so much is that the league has finally paid all player benefits that were deferred amid COVID in 2020. "An extraordinary increase in media revenue" also contributed to the increase, the NFL said. Between 2013 and 2020, the salary cap was increased by approximately $10 million to $12 million each year. Between 2013 and 2020, the salary cap was increased by approximately $10 million to $12 million each year. It dropped by almost $17 million in 2021 because of the pandemic. But in 2022, it rose to $208.2 million, and in 2023, it jumped to $224.8 million

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Disney+ Loses 1.3 Million Subscribers Following Price Hike [Video]

Disney+ Loses 1.3 Million Subscribers Following Price Hike

Disney+ Loses 1.3 Million Subscribers , Following Price Hike. Disney+ lost a significant amount of subscribers in the last quarter of 2023, 'Variety' reports. . A price hike that was implemented last fall was largely to blame. . Disney+ Premium went from $10.99 per month to $13.99 per month. Hulu without ads went from $14.99 per month to $17.99 per month. . ESPN+ is now $10.99 per month instead of $9.99 per month. . Despite dropping subscribers, the company was able to narrow losses by $300 million during that time, 'Variety' reports. . Disney says that its streaming business is on track to be profitable and "to meet or exceed our $7.5 billion annualized savings target by the end of fiscal 2024.". Just one year ago, we outlined an ambitious plan to return The Walt Disney Company to a period of sustained growth and shareholder value creation. , Disney CEO Bob Iger, via letter to shareholders. Our strong performance this past quarter demonstrates we have turned the corner and entered a new era for our company, , Disney CEO Bob Iger, via letter to shareholders. ... focused on fortifying ESPN for the future, building streaming into a profitable growth business, reinvigorating our film studios, and turbocharging growth in our parks and experiences, Disney CEO Bob Iger, via letter to shareholders. ... focused on fortifying ESPN for the future, building streaming into a profitable growth business, reinvigorating our film studios, and turbocharging growth in our parks and experiences, Disney CEO Bob Iger, via letter to shareholders. ... focused on fortifying ESPN for the future, building streaming into a profitable growth business, reinvigorating our film studios, and turbocharging growth in our parks and experiences, Disney CEO Bob Iger, via letter to shareholders

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Americans Are Expected to Bet $23.1 Billion on the Super Bowl [Video]

Americans Are Expected to Bet $23.1 Billion on the Super Bowl

Americans Are , Expected to Bet , $23.1 Billion on the Super Bowl. Two-thirds of U.S. adults live in places where sports betting is legal, ESPN reports. . On Feb. 6, the American Gaming Association (AGA) released results of a survey conducted by Morning Consult. . 2,204 adults were surveyed to find out if they'll be placing bets on this year's big game. . AGA president and CEO Bill Miller issued a statement about the survey results. . As the Super Bowl comes to Las Vegas for the first time, this year's record interest in wagering marks a full circle moment for the U.S. gaming industry. , AGA president and CEO Bill Miller, via statement. Our priority remains getting this opportunity right by providing the consumer protections only a regulated market can guarantee and investing in responsible gambling tools, safeguards and education, AGA president and CEO Bill Miller, via statement. 26% of adult Americans could end up betting a combined total of $23.1 billion as the Chiefs take on the 49ers at Super Bowl LVIII. Eilers & Krejcik Gaming, a research firm, predicts that $1.25 billion worth of bets will be placed with American sportsbooks. while 25% will be same-game parlays, and 15% of bets will be made after kickoff. . Last week, Caesars Sportsbook said that it received a $1 million bet that the 49ers will win and a $100,000 bet that the coin flip to start the game will be tails. Last week, Caesars Sportsbook said that it received a $1 million bet that the 49ers will win and a $100,000 bet that the coin flip to start the game will be tails. Super Bowl LVIII kicks off Feb. 11 at 6:30 p.m. ET

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Happy Birthday, Cristiano Ronaldo! [Video]

Happy Birthday, Cristiano Ronaldo!

Happy Birthday, Cristiano Ronaldo!. Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro turns 39 years old today. Here are five fun facts about the famous soccer player. 1. When he was younger, he was nicknamed “cry-baby” because he would throw temper tantrums and “little bee” because he was so fast. 2. He was the first player to win four European Gold Shoes and 100 Champions League Matches. 3. Ronaldo is one of the highest-paid soccer players in the world. 4. He was the fourth soccer player to be represented as a wax figure at Madame Tussauds in London. 5. Ronaldo has been ranked the world’s most famous athlete by ESPN and the best player of all time by the Portuguese Football Federation. Happy Birthday, Cristiano Ronaldo!

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Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ to Crack Down on Password Sharing [Video]

Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ to Crack Down on Password Sharing

Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ , to Crack Down on Password Sharing. Disney is following the example of Netflix, prohibiting password sharing across its streaming services, CNN reports. Disney is following the example of Netflix, prohibiting password sharing across its streaming services, CNN reports. Hulu sent an email to subscribers on Jan. 31 saying it would be “adding limitations on sharing your account outside of your household” starting March 14. User agreements were updated on Jan. 25. You agree not to impersonate or misrepresent your affiliation with any person or entity, , Via user agreements for Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+. ... including using another person’s username, password or other account information, or another person’s name or likeness, or provide false details for a parent or guardian, Via user agreements for Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+. Those in violation may have their accounts suspended or terminated, the user agreements state. Disney CEO Bob Iger hinted at the changes in August. . We certainly have established this as a real priority, Bob Iger, via Disney's Q3 2023 earnings call. We actually think that there’s an opportunity here to help us grow our business, Bob Iger, via Disney's Q3 2023 earnings call. Iger will address first-quarter earnings on Feb. 7, at which point he may shed more light on the company's password-sharing crackdown. . Iger will address first-quarter earnings on Feb. 7, at which point he may shed more light on the company's password-sharing crackdown.

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TikTok's Reesa Teesa's Ex Considers Legal Action Over 'Who TF Did I Marry'

Reesa Teesa's ex is telling his side of a viral TikTok saga that's taken the internet by storm -- and while he's been painted one way, he's got a different story..
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Bryce Hall Claps Back at Billie Eilish's TikTok Diss at People's Choice Awards

Bryce Hall is clapping back at Billie Eilish after she was heard wondering why a bunch of TikTok stars were at the People's Choice Awards ... sarcastically..
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NYC Sues TikTok, Facebook and YouTube for Allegedly Harming Kids’ Mental Health [Video]

NYC Sues TikTok, Facebook and YouTube for Allegedly Harming Kids’ Mental Health

NYC Sues TikTok, Facebook and YouTube , for Allegedly Harming Kids’ Mental Health. NYC Mayor Eric Adams announced the lawsuit on Feb. 14, NBC News reports. The parent companies of TikTok, Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube are being sued for allegedly harming the mental health of New York's young adults and children. . The parent companies of TikTok, Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube are being sued for allegedly harming the mental health of New York's young adults and children. . The suit claims that Meta, Snap, ByteDance and Google "designed, developed, produced, operated, promoted, distributed, and marketed their platforms to attract, capture, and addict youth, with minimal parental oversight.". The suit claims that Meta, Snap, ByteDance and Google "designed, developed, produced, operated, promoted, distributed, and marketed their platforms to attract, capture, and addict youth, with minimal parental oversight.". The suit claims that Meta, Snap, ByteDance and Google "designed, developed, produced, operated, promoted, distributed, and marketed their platforms to attract, capture, and addict youth, with minimal parental oversight.". The suit claims that Meta, Snap, ByteDance and Google "designed, developed, produced, operated, promoted, distributed, and marketed their platforms to attract, capture, and addict youth, with minimal parental oversight.". Over the past decade, we have seen just how addictive and overwhelming the online world can be, exposing our children to a non-stop stream of harmful content and fueling our national youth mental health crisis, Mayor Eric Adams, via statement. Today, we’re taking bold action on behalf of millions of New Yorkers to hold these companies accountable for their role in this crisis, and we’re building on our work to address this public health hazard. , Mayor Eric Adams, via statement. Spokespeople for the defendants deny the allegations. We regularly partner with experts to understand emerging best practices, and will continue to work to keep our community safe by tackling industry-wide challenges, TikTok spokesperson, via statement. Providing young people with a safer, healthier experience online has always been core to our work, Google spokesperson, via statement. We want teens to have safe, age-appropriate experiences online, and we have over 30 tools and features to support them and their parents. , Meta spokesperson, via statement. While we will always have more work to do, we feel good about the role Snapchat plays in helping close friends feel connected, happy and prepared as they face the many challenges of adolescence, Snap Inc. spokesperson, via statement

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How the ‘TikTok general’ became frontrunner in Indonesian election [Video]

How the ‘TikTok general’ became frontrunner in Indonesian election

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Coquette, mob wife & magnetic hearts: The top 5 nail trends this Valentine's Day [Video]

Coquette, mob wife & magnetic hearts: The top 5 nail trends this Valentine's Day

Nail art has taken TikTok and Instagram by storm lately! From Coquette or Kawaii nails to French manis and Mob Wife looks, there's a style out there for everyone.

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