Fox television broadcaster and Dallas Cowboys legend Daryl “Moose” Johnston calls in to the Ben and Skin show to review the Cowboys loss to the Chiefs, as well as preview their upcoming matchup against the Rams.
He began working for CBS in 1961 and stayed there for 31 years before moving to Fox for the final eight years of his career.
A U.S. senator from Connecticut has sent a letter to media mogul Rupert Murdoch asking the Fox network not to broadcast Saturday night’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race sponsored by the National Rifle Association.
A Flyweight championship fight, Rampage Jackson’s last appearance in the UFC and a Lightweight title eliminator highlight the UFC’s sixth appearance on Fox.
Concussions and replacement refs and … oh, forget it. That was one of the best NFL weekends ever. A combined 276 points, 3,593 yards and two classic, illogical climaxes.
Justin Bieber is “Simpsons” bound. The 18-year-old pop star will soon make an appearance on the long-running FOX show “The Simpsons.” Bieber spilled the news Wednesday on Twitter.
Changes to Hulu may be coming this fall, according to a report, including the loss of exclusivity, ability for networks to withhold content, change in distribution rights and more ads.
One of the Jonas Brothers may be heading to “American Idol.” Nick Jonas told fans on Twitter over the weekend that he is in the running to join the show’s judging panel.
After being on the cusp of a title shot, Swick was sidelined by multiple injuries and a stomach condition that caused him to lose muscle mass, forcing him to dramatically alter his diet.
Big 12 presidents have verbally agreed to a lucrative new media rights agreement. The deal is expected to be worth a combined $2.6 billion with ESPN and FOX.
Sunday offered Fort Worth students a rare chance to mingle with two of the world’s most prominent former political leaders.
Lebron James has always seemed like a nice enough guy to me. Sure he’s a bit on the arrogant side of things, but come on this is pro sports.