KentuckySportsRadio.com, a popular Lexington-based website that covers University of Kentucky sports, announced on Tuesday that it has been sold.
According to the announcement by Matt Jones, Stuart McWhorter, one of the website’s original investors and formerly a director in 247Sports, is acquiring the Kentucky site. McWhorter no longer has an investment in 247Sports, a network of websites that focuses on college football, basketball and recruiting, according to Jones.
The deal does not include the popular Kentucky Sports Radio live show or KSBar and Grille, a Lexington restaurant, according to the release.
Jones said online that the decision to give up “complete control of this company is difficult” but inevitable.
“After 15 years of running the site, I think it’s important to help it head in to the new media area and expand our coverage,” Jones said in an interview. “I thought this deal would be the best way to grow.”
Since then Bethesda has not yet released a major update about the game
Bethesda’s Todd Howard recently offered fresh details about “Starfield”
Bethesda’s Todd Howard offered a new set of official details about the much-awaited space exploration title “Starfield,” which could be good and bad news for fans.
In an interview with James Batchelor of GamesIndustry.biz at this year’s Develop: Brighton conference, Todd Howard shared some fresh details about “Starfield”, which is the space exploration title currently in development at Bethesda Studios.
The director and executive producer at Bethesda Studios confirmed the upcoming sci-fi game would be a single-player experience. He also said since the game would be a first-party release, it would be available on Game Pass on day one.
Additionally, the executive mentioned “Starfield’s” game map would be the biggest the studio has made. To put it into perspective,
“Halo Infinite” was rumored to be released in 2022
343 Industries denied the rumor
New information claims that “Halo Infinite” would be out in 2021
“Halo Infinite” is in its later stages of development, with 343 Industries more likely to focus on the technical aspects of the upcoming first-person shooter title’s development, according to a reliable industry insider.
While many fans were concerned that the “Halo Infinite” release could be delayed again, new information from industry insider Klobrille seemingly suggests that it won’t be the case. On Twitter, the tipster was asked about the game’s 2021 release window following the leadership reshuffle. The game is “more or less complete” and could be released in 2021, the insider responded.
Sadly, no other details about “Halo Infinite” was shared by the insider. Interestingly, the tipster’s comments seemingly suggest that the game’s delayed release was due to technical problems. If
PS5 arrives on Nov. 12 in select regions and on Nov. 19 for the rest of the world
Sony gaming chief recently said that PS5 pre-orders have a very considerable demand
There is a great chance that some PS5 fans would be disappointed come Nov. 12 and Nov. 19
Sony recently said that there is a “very considerable” demand for PS5 pre-orders and that it is working to meet the current demand, but with just a few days before the console’s official release, the company is warning fans that not everyone could get the next-gen gaming system at launch.
The latest update about PS5 pre-orders came directly from Sony Interactive Entertainment President Jim Ryan in a recent interview with Reuters. The gaming chief said that not everybody who wants to have the PS5 on launch day would be able to have one. The CEO, however, assured fans that
Apple has a content deal with WildBrain, the company behind the popular “Peanuts” franchise. The deal includes original content like “The Snoopy Show,” and, as announced earlier this month, Peanuts specials for Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, Mother’s Day, Earth Day, New Year’s Eve, and more.
Longtime Peanuts fans are unhappy with the news that Peanuts specials are going to be limited to Apple TV+, and have created a petition urging WildBrain to bring the content back to broadcast TV.
For over 50 years, we have celebrated the holidays with the airings of the Peanuts holiday specials on TV – first on CBS, then on ABC. To our shock and dismay, last night it was announced that Apple had swiped the football from us and claimed the specials for their Apple TV platform, leaving us devoted fans who have grown up with Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang in the dark, unable
To address overheating and similar issues, Sony will use player data to update the PS5
Sony Interactive Entertainment VP Yasuhiro Ootori discussed how liquid metal factored into this development
A balance between performance, safety and cost is what the Sony team sought to address
As a response to the criticism over the PlayStation 4 cooling system, Sony plans to update the cooling fan of the PlayStation 5 based on game-specific player data.
Early purchasers of the PlayStation 4 criticized Sony for how loud and hot the consoles would run when playing games that required more resources. Some units actually overheated. But Sony has made it a point to learn from those mistakes in its next-gen console.
In an interview with 4Gamer, Sony Interactive Entertainment vice-president of mechanical design Yasuhiro Ootori discussed several technical aspects of the PlayStation 5, including the giant fan inside its shell and the proprietary
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – While in-person homecoming events may not be happening this year at UW-Madison, the Wisconsin Alumni Association has put together virtual programming to keep Badger fans and alumni connected.
Sarah Schutt, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Alumni Association, said they anticipated that things might look different this year, and began planning a virtual homecoming early.
Schutt said some activities include a virtual version of Fill the Hill, an online scavenger hunt including Bucky and Chancellor Rebecca Blank, as well as a Friday evening event she said would take the place of the traditional block party.
“That’s the piece that we can’t do in-person this year, so instead we’re going to be substituting