People responsible for two of the most monolithically legendary media spectacles in human history are scratching their heads and scrambling. Viewership consistently wanes; television networks and sponsors are scrambling for ratings.
First, it’s the NFL’s Pro Bowl. Traditionally, the Pro Bowl was played on the Sunday AFTER television’s most widely watched event, the Super Bowl. However, it turns out that the public doesn’t care about football after the championship has…Continue
Added by Jeffrey Alan Payne on January 28, 2011 at 9:22am — No Comments