Pop singer Katy Perry will headline the halftime entertainment at February’s Super Bowl, the most-watched U.S. sporting and television event, according to an announcement by the National Football League on Sunday.
Pop star Katy Perry will provide the halftime entertainment for Super Bowl XLIX, multiple media outlets reported Thursday.
DirecTV extended its exclusive contract to sell the Sunday Ticket package of National Football League games, and sources said the company will pay $1.5 billion a year to keep the popular offering that has helped attract subscribers.
Americans are tuning into NFL football in greater numbers than last year, according to early season viewership figures, signaling the league’s fumbled handling of domestic violence cases has not dented its overall popularity.
CBS and Rihanna are splitting up after more fallout from the Ray Rice incident. The network said Tuesday it was permanently editing a song featuring Rihanna’s voice out of its Thursday night NFL telecasts — after the singer issued a profane tweet about it.
Tim Tebow has another job. Not in the NFL as a quarterback but as a contributor to “Good Morning America.”
Looking for a friendly crowd for this year’s NFL games? Our map will show you where the fans are cheering for your team.
“The Big Bang Theory” is one of the few television shows that can approach the NFL in viewership. CBS executives still didn’t hesitate to temporarily move TV’s top-rated comedy to a different night to make room for football.
Rudy Ruettiger, the undersized underdog who walked on and played football for Notre Dame, talks about his quest to get the inspirational film “Rudy” made. He tells his story in a one-man show at The Smith Center.
Football season is coming. And, to celebrate the return of pro football to our TV screens, the Las Vegas Review-Journal is again compiling a directory of valley bars that cater to fans of individual NFL teams.